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security.txt | A proposed standard which allows websites to define security policies
A proposed standard which allows websites to define security policies.
infosec  standards 
2 days ago
Linear
Linear lets you manage software development and track bugs. Linear's streamlined design is built for speed and efficiency — helping high performing teams accomplish great things.
development  bugtracker 
5 days ago
Venezuela coup linked to Bush team | World news | The Guardian
Specialists in the 'dirty wars' of the Eighties encouraged the plotters who tried to topple President Chavez.
VENEZUELA  bush 
5 days ago
lettier/3d-game-shaders-for-beginners: 🎮 A step-by-step guide on how to implement SSAO, depth of field, lighting, normal mapping, and more for your 3D game.
🎮 A step-by-step guide on how to implement SSAO, depth of field, lighting, normal mapping, and more for your 3D game. - lettier/3d-game-shaders-for-beginners
gamedev  graphics  programming 
5 days ago
Subscribe to read | Financial Times
WhatsApp voice calls used to inject Israeli spyware on phones
Israel  infosec 
5 days ago
Random Forests for Complete Beginners - victorzhou.com
The definitive guide to Random Forests and Decision Trees.
algorithms  machine-learning 
12 days ago
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life of a programmatic ad impression
ads  web 
12 days ago
Latest News | Science | AAAS
The world's leading outlet for cutting-edge research in all areas of science.
science  magazines 
12 days ago
lukeed/polka: A micro web server so fast, it'll make you dance!
A micro web server so fast, it'll make you dance! :dancers: - lukeed/polka
nodejs  server 
12 days ago
raulgrell/tetris: A simple tetris clone written in zig programming language.
A simple tetris clone written in zig programming language. - raulgrell/tetris
13 days ago
Don't just do it, think it too: on learning with Gilbert Ryle | Aeon Essays
Don’t just do it, think about it too: how Gilbert Ryle’s philosophy of mind can help athletes teach themselves to improve
health  learning-theory  fitness 
25 days ago
Stephen Repetski on Twitter: "Here's the Boring Company's draft DC-Baltimore "Loop" Environmental Assessment: https://t.co/pTkpugoidw"
The great solution for public transport that Musk proposed, an intercity transit system with a *daily* capacity of half a Eurostar
tesla  public-transit  elon-musk 
4 weeks ago
Egalitarian Sweden getting more unequal as tax cuts help the rich - Reuters
Sweden's Social Democrat-led government will outline tax cuts for top earners on Wednesday, widening the gap between rich and poor in a country that has long enjoyed a reputation for social equality.
europe  Sweden  Inequality 
5 weeks ago
Climate Chaos Is Coming — and the Pinkertons Are Ready - The New York Times
fuckin pinkertons
As they see it, global warming
stands to make corporate
security as high-stakes in the
21st century as it was in the 19th.
climate_change  pinkerton's 
5 weeks ago
2019 vote of confidence in the May ministry - Wikipedia
The motion was defeated by 325 votes to 306: a majority of 19. Ten DUP MPs and the independent MP Sylvia Hermon voted with the government. All the other parties in the Commons supported Labour's motion, as did some independent MPs, including Jared O'Mara and Stephen Lloyd. Three independent MPs, all formerly in Labour, abstained, as did Paul Flynn (Labour), who was too ill to vote.
Tories  labour-party  Brexit 
5 weeks ago
YouTube Executives Ignored Warnings, Let Toxic Videos Run Rampant - Bloomberg
A third, fretful of the spread of “alt-right” video bloggers, created an internal vertical that showed just how popular they were. Each time they got the same basic response: Don’t rock the boat.
ethics  business  youtube  technology  far-right  white-supremacy 
5 weeks ago
Video Games In East Germany: The Stasi Played Along | ZEIT ONLINE
In East Germany, a gamer scene emerged just before the fall of communism. Teenagers met at a computer club to swap and play C64 games. The state watched with interest.
gaming  germany  history  gamescenes 
5 weeks ago
One of the world’s most visited websites that nobody is aware of | Weblog | Sijmen Ruwhof
An investigation into how multiple tax files of Dutch citizens were published via docplayer.nl, which was among other things scraping said documents from other sites
infosec 
5 weeks ago
Fear, trust and JavaScript: When types and functional programming fail - Reaktor
As developers, we want to reduce fear of our code failing and increase trust in our code working well. Many developers working with JavaScript borrow
types  javascript  typescript  functional-programming  elm  purescript 
5 weeks ago
Zuckerberg Op-Ed: New Rules Would Hurt Everyone But Facebook - Bloomberg
"Regulatory capture is a form of government failure which occurs when a regulatory agency, created to act in the public interest, instead advances the commercial or political concerns of special interest groups that dominate the industry or sector it is charged with regulating."
facebook  politics  privacy  regulation  zuckerberg 
5 weeks ago
Why I Abandoned @apply - Tab Completion
Why @apply was dropped and in turn ::part() was introduced
specs  frontend  css 
5 weeks ago
davebs/AgileLite: Agile software development without all the burnout.
Agile software development without all the burnout. - davebs/AgileLite
agile  management 
5 weeks ago
How Inuit Parents Raise Kids Without Yelling — And Teach Them To Control Anger : Goats and Soda : NPR
At the top of the world, the Inuit culture has developed a sophisticated way to sculpt kids' behavior without yelling or scolding. Could discipline actually be playful?
psychology  parenting 
5 weeks ago
How to Deliver Constructive Feedback in Difficult Situations
NVC makes some subtle but critical distinctions:

Observations vs. evaluations
Emotions vs. thoughts
Universal needs vs. strategies
Requests vs. demands
communication 
5 weeks ago
The history of "How to Lie with Smoking Statistics"
Less well-known is Huff’s other statistical book, How to Lie with Smoking Statistics. It was commissioned by the tobacco industry in the 1960s after the Surgeon General’s famous report that smoking causes lung cancer, but never reached print.
health  statistics  books  tobacco-industry 
5 weeks ago
How To Spoof PDF Signatures
The blogpost details how PDF works and how signature works on PDF, by incremental saving, allowing the modification of the PDF without changing the previous content.
pdf  security  infosec 
5 weeks ago
Maya ritual cave ‘untouched’ for 1,000 years stuns archaeologists
Exploration of Balamku (Cave of the Jaguar God) reveals ancient religious practices—and may hold clues to the rise and fall of the Maya empire.
archaeology  Mayans  Mexico  history  civilizations 
5 weeks ago
BBC - Future - Why there’s so little left of the early internet
It took nearly five years into the internet’s life before anyone made a concerted effort to archive it. Much of our earliest online activity has disappeared.
history  internet  archive  archiving 
5 weeks ago
Tono-bungay, by H.G. Wells
The whole trend of modern money-making is to foresee something that will presently be needed and put it out of reach, and then to haggle yourself wealthy. You buy up land upon which people will presently want to build houses, you secure rights that will bar vitally important developments, and so on, and so on.
citations  quotes 
5 weeks ago
The Tommy Robinson photos show how far right the British army is | Joe Glenton | Opinion | The Guardian
The article shows, through Tommy Robinson's photos with english soldiers, just how extensive the links between the military and the far right is
military  far-right  uk  england 
6 weeks ago
AFP news agency on Twitter: "For more than 30 years, plastic phones shaped like the cartoon cat Garfield have been washing up on French beaches. The mystery is now solved: a shipping container which washed up during a storm in the 1980s was found in a hid
For more than 30 years, plastic phones shaped like the cartoon cat Garfield have been washing up on French beaches.

The mystery is now solved: a shipping container which washed up during a storm in the 1980s was found in a hidden sea cave
weird 
6 weeks ago
About - Project Euler
A website dedicated to the fascinating world of mathematics and programming
algorithms  programming  puzzles  education  math 
6 weeks ago
Brexit: Rolled-over UK free trade deals 'are incomplete' - BBC News

At a Conservative party event in 2017, Liam Fox said: "We're going to replicate the 40 EU free trade agreements that exist before we leave the European Union, so we've got no disruption of trade.

"Believe me, we'll have up to 40 ready for one second after midnight in March 2019," the international trade secretary added.

As of 28 March, only eight of the 40 have been signed.
Brexit 
7 weeks ago
why GNU grep is fast
#1 trick: GNU grep is fast because it AVOIDS LOOKING AT
EVERY INPUT BYTE.

#2 trick: GNU grep is fast because it EXECUTES VERY FEW
INSTRUCTIONS FOR EACH BYTE that it *does* look at.
algorithms  performance  linux  grep  unix 
7 weeks ago
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the top ten richest and poorest areas in northern europe
statistics  europe 
7 weeks ago
Radio Garden
A global radio aggregator
Explore live radio by rotating the globe.
radio 
7 weeks ago
?? default filename tv ??
a youtube aggregator that serves only videos that never had their filenames edited out of the camera.
art  video  internet  youtube 
7 weeks ago
Why bother with What Three Words? – Terence Eden’s Blog
A critique at various aspects of what3words which offers an API that converts coordinates into a set of 3 words instead of numbers.
w3w  geography  geolocation  critique  venture-capitalism 
7 weeks ago
Glyn Arthur on Twitter: "Prominent Brexiter talking to journalist off the record, "We never expected to win, we didn't want to win. What we wanted was to frighten Brussels into giving us a better deal. Now we're all screwed and there's no way out""
Prominent Brexiter talking to journalist off the record,

"We never expected to win, we didn't want to win. What we wanted was to frighten Brussels into giving us a better deal. Now we're all screwed and there's no way out"
Brexit  Tories 
7 weeks ago
Anand Giridharadas on Twitter: "Stunning new data: The world’s 2,200 billionaires grew 12 percent wealthier in 2018. Meanwhile, the bottom half of the world got 11 percent poorer. Don’t be Pinkered into everything’s-getting-better complacency. The f
The world’s 2,200 billionaires grew 12 percent wealthier in 2018. Meanwhile, the bottom half of the world got 11 percent poorer.

Don’t be Pinkered into everything’s-getting-better complacency.

The few are monopolizing progress.
economic_inequality  geopolitics  capitalism 
7 weeks ago
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