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Band Sinister eBook: KJ Charles: Amazon.com.au: Kindle Store
Sir Philip Rookwood is the disgrace of the county. He’s a rake and an atheist, and the rumours about his hellfire club, the Murder, can only be spoken in whispers. (Orgies. It’s orgies.)

Guy Frisby and his sister Amanda live in rural seclusion after a family scandal. But when Amanda breaks her leg in a riding accident, she’s forced to recuperate at Rookwood Hall, where Sir Philip is hosting the Murder.
Guy rushes to protect her, but the Murder aren’t what he expects. They’re educated, fascinating people, and the notorious Sir Philip turns out to be charming, kind—and dangerously attractive.

In this private space where anything goes, the longings Guy has stifled all his life are impossible to resist...and so is Philip. But all too soon the rural rumour mill threatens both Guy and Amanda. The innocent country gentleman has lost his heart to the bastard baronet—but does he dare lose his reputation too?
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Favorite tweet: pigworker

I’m up for building bridges with Steve Bannon. But only in the Italian/Glaswegian sense. https://t.co/ljfdewG271

— Conor Mc Bride (@pigworker) September 21, 2018

http://twitter.com/pigworker/status/1043026259603648512
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Favorite tweet: MikeIsaac

::clears throat, straightens tie::

“hard same” pic.twitter.com/EGyyvbnMOr

— rat king (@MikeIsaac) September 21, 2018

http://twitter.com/MikeIsaac/status/1043026211968962560
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Favorite tweet: GreatDismal

Thread. https://t.co/WChXB6ULI9

— William Gibson (@GreatDismal) September 21, 2018

http://twitter.com/GreatDismal/status/1043006719872258049
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Garnet #Ring #Red #S https://t.co/BXTXFtlKfb

— Riyogems (@Riyogems) September 21, 2018
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Favorite tweet: Noahpinion

Linking to hour-long videos about why we should go back to the gold standard https://t.co/qrp020ufky

— Noah Smith (@Noahpinion) September 21, 2018

http://twitter.com/Noahpinion/status/1043006701710917633
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深入理解 Java 线程池:ThreadPoolExecutor - 后端 - 掘金
博客链接:ªªhttp://www.ideabuffer.cn/2017/04/04/深入理解Java线程池:ThreadPoolExecutor/ºº 线程池介绍 在w
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1 minute ago by jinwik
CC3000 Smart Config - transmitting SSID and keyphrase ~ Depletion Region
Initially TI clearly documented how the SSID and password were transmitted to a CC3000 enabled device in their "CC3000 First Time Configuration" document. However with release 1.10 they changed the approach to one called Smart Config and now document the API but no longer explain what is happening at the network level. Here I cover this missing information for the new approach.

So let's start at the start - we have a problem - we want to send two pieces of information, an SSID and the keyphrase, from one party that is already a member of the wifi network to an external party who can monitor all the encrypted wifi traffic but who cannot decrypt it.

Someone who cannot decrypt the wifi traffic can still see quite a lot of information, e.g. they can see the source and receiver MAC addresses of every packet sent.

They can also see the length of the data portion of the packets. The encryption affects that size of the packets sent but in a consistent manner, e.g. if one sends n bytes of data in a given packet then the encrypted packet will contain (n + x) bytes where x is constant across all packets.

So the solution to our problem is to encode the information in the size of the packets sent (the actual content is irrelevant).
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3 minutes ago by whitequark
Mary Allen Wilkes - Wikipedia
In the summer of 1964 a core group from the LINC development team left MIT to form the Computer Systems Laboratory at Washington University in St. Louis.[12] Wilkes, who had spent 1964 traveling around the world, rejoined the group in late 1964, but lived and worked from her parents' home in Baltimore until late 1965. She worked there on a LINC provided by the Computer Systems Laboratory and is usually considered to be the first user of a personal computer in the home.
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Šis! Tik ļoti šis! Izstrādātājus vajag slānīt ar brūnu mietu par nevēlēšanos optimizēt un tikai nepārtraukti pieprasīt jaudīgāku tehniku https://t.co/WuMUkPE1KJ http://twitter.com/dambranslv/status/1043024660655353857
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4 minutes ago by konstruktors
Becoming a Googler – Weston Ruter
Some big personal news! Next month I'm joining the Chrome team at Google to contribute to WordPress and the open web. I'll continue working on AMP, PWA, and other progressive technologies aimed at improving the user experience in the web content ecosystem: https://t.co/3mGzeJItZQ http://twitter.com/westonruter/status/1042921139729661952
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Favorite tweet:

goodbye summer ☀️ pic.twitter.com/xR9E78kGXI

— Nez!!! (@NezRiaz) September 21, 2018
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No, I Will Not Debate You
I’ve spent much of the past five years hearing out and attempting to debate people like Bannon, and in my experience it only emboldens and legitimizes them. As far as I am concerned, I am not interested in hearing those arguments again.

Bates: It is my belief that Steve Bannon meets this high standard, that his deeply racist, misogynistic, white nationalist views pose real threat and harm to a large number of people, and that it is therefore irresponsible and damaging to provide him with the legitimacy of such a highly respected mainstream platform as The Economist.

justification-suppression model. The theory is that bigots refrain from directly defending their own bigotry but get hugely riled up justifying the abstract right to express bigotry.

Focusing the conversation on the ethics of disseminating speech rather than the actual content of that speech is hugely useful for the far right for three reasons.
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4 minutes ago by yolandaenoch
GMs: Breathe Fresh Life Into Your Cities With These Tips | Geek and Sundry
GM Tips Our series to help Storytellers and Game Masters improve their craft and create memorable roleplaying experiences. Last week, we’ve brought life to monsters, and so this week we will discuss creating more cosmopolitan cities. via Pocket
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Favorite tweet:

IT’S BA-DE-YA DAY! pic.twitter.com/ew769Ig2hW

— Steve (@stevenjmesser) September 21, 2018

http://twitter.com/stevenjmesser/status/1043003881620365312
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4 minutes ago by chaoxian
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Garnet #Ring #Red #S https://t.co/z01qANvH3W

— Riyogems (@Riyogems) September 21, 2018
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5 minutes ago by riyogems
Docker @ Elastic
At Elastic, we care about Docker. We provide Docker images for all the products in our stack, and we consider them a first-class distribution format. We also host a dedicated Docker Registry to provide the best possible experience and the most reliable service for you.
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6 minutes ago by hellsten
Git Workflow | Atlassian Git Tutorial
When evaluating a workflow for your team, it's most important that you consider your team’s culture. You want the workflow to enhance the effectiveness of your team and not be a burden that limits productivity. Some things to consider when evaluating a Git workflow are: via Pocket
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6 minutes ago by themagicteeth
Git - Branching Workflows
Now that you have the basics of branching and merging down, what can or should you do with them? In this section, we’ll cover some common workflows that this lightweight branching makes possible, so you can decide if you would like to incorporate it into your own development cycle. via Pocket
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6 minutes ago by themagicteeth
Git branch strategy for small dev team - Stack Overflow
We have a web app that we update and release almost daily. We use git as our VCS, and our current branching strategy is very simple and broken: we have a master branch and we check changes that we 'feel good about' into it. This works, but only until we check in a breaking change. via Pocket
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6 minutes ago by themagicteeth
Practical Git: A Workflow to Preserve Your Sanity
Several years ago I made a blog post that questioned whether distributed version control systems were really generally useful. Its theme was “if the only reason that you need a DVCS is so that you can work on a plane, you don't really need a DVCS.” I still believe that. via Pocket
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6 minutes ago by themagicteeth
GitHub Flow – Scott Chacon
I travel all over the place teaching Git to people and nearly every class and workshop I’ve done recently has asked me what I think about git-flow. via Pocket
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6 minutes ago by themagicteeth
The Purpose of Software » Code Simplicity
Whenever you engage in some activity, it’s a good idea to have some idea of what the purpose of that activity is. What is the end goal, and why are you doing it? For example, when I sleep, the goal is to be rested. When I talk, the purpose is to communicate and be understood. via Pocket
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6 minutes ago by themagicteeth
Learn Git Branching
Learn Git Branching $ Git Hg via Pocket
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6 minutes ago by themagicteeth
Git Workflows That Work | End Point
There was a significant blog post some years ago. It introduced a “successful” workflow for using Git. This workflow was named Gitflow. One of the reasons this blog post was significant is that it was the first structured workflow that many developers had been exposed to for using Git. via Pocket
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6 minutes ago by themagicteeth
Git - Book
2nd Edition (2014) Switch to 1st Edition Download Ebook via Pocket
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6 minutes ago by themagicteeth
Object moved
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Bulletproofs Effect : Monero
via Monero: the secure, private, untraceable currency http://bit.ly/2Fyndmq
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