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538 on WWCW movement from Trump: 2016 35% Dem, 2018 39% Dem
2018 34% WW college gap. Movement is small; I suspect WWCW oppose #metoo.
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2 hours ago by jgordon
The end of PHP 5 | Dries Buytaert
If you are still using PHP 5, now is the time to upgrade to a newer version of PHP. It's easy to take PHP for granted. The Open Source scripting language is used by nearly 80% of the world's websites. via Pocket
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3 hours ago by igorette
"AdaNet, a lightweight TensorFlow-based framework for automatically learning high-quality models with minimal expert intervention"
It's now fashionable to pooh-pooh AI. Whistling in the dark you are. BTW, from URL Google AI still uses blogspot and feedburner/feedproxy.
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3 hours ago by jgordon
Google makes tiny donation to World Wide Web Foundation for "new Contract for the Web"
I don't have high hopes for this, but I'll watch. The web is a derelict neighborhood now.
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3 hours ago by jgordon
Clouflare iOS 1.1.1.1 app makes it easier to use a private DNS service.
Uses a VPN profile, but is not VPN. Free. Good compromise.
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4 hours ago by jgordon
2018 midterm numbers: 31% 18-29 voted, up 56% from 2016.
White non-college women still Trumpista, but only half of prior devotion (other article).
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4 hours ago by jgordon
Gerrymandering visualized: “How to steal an election: a visual guide” (2015)
Governorships matter. Will take decades to undo. Good reference.
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5 hours ago by jgordon
GitHub - s0md3v/XSStrike: Most advanced XSS detection suite.
XSStrike is an advanced XSS detection suite. It has a powerful fuzzing engine and provides zero false positive result using fuzzy matching. XSStrike is the first XSS scanner to generate its own payloads. It is intelligent enough to detect and break out of various contexts. via Pocket
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5 hours ago by igorette
The World is Running Out of Sand, and People Are Dying as a Result - Slashdot
You may be thinking: But sand is everywhere, there are whole deserts filled with the stuff. The sand in a desert, though, is useless as a construction material. The grains are out in the open and blow around for thousands of years. via Pocket
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10 hours ago by igorette
How History Forgot the Woman Who Defined Autism - Scientific American
It was 1924 when the 12-year-old boy was brought to the Moscow clinic for an evaluation. By all accounts, he was different from his peers. Other people did not interest him much, and he preferred the company of adults to that of children his own age. via Pocket
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14 hours ago by igorette
HTTP/3 | daniel.haxx.se
The protocol that's been called HTTP-over-QUIC for quite some time has now changed name and will officially become HTTP/3. This was triggered by this original suggestion by Mark Nottingham.
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14 hours ago by igorette
Trump advantage in WWCW fell by half between 2016 and 2018
White Working Class Women (non-college) were -27% Trump in 2016, now -14%. So that's good. (Some say evangelical WWCW should be split out.)
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15 hours ago by jgordon
Flickr’s new policies are necessary.
If Flickr still worked with Aperture I might sign up.
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16 hours ago by jgordon
There's a (buggy) Extract Archive step in Shortcuts.
One day iOS will be able to handle zip files.
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16 hours ago by jgordon
Cisco Receiver client for Mac no longer works with Safari (NPAPI plug-ins are no longer supported by Safari)
Have to use Chrome instead until Cisco does a Safari app extension version. I suspect Apple is at least partly to blame.
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16 hours ago by jgordon

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