#2204 "Ksp 2" 

RT @halvarflake@twitter.com

I find it fascinating that some people believe that all privacy boundaries that are not "enforced by code" do not exist. I have reasonable privacy expectations beyond permission APIs.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/halvarflake/status

US Pol, XKCD 

Let me unpack that one a bit. Keys work because users don't have to memorize the shape of every one of their dozens of keys, and recall every detail of them blindfolded every time they need to unlock stuff. They just need to be able to recognize the right key from the set on their keyring. Nothing sensitive is given away if they can't, and just try them all one by one. The key does all the important memorizing about how to open the lock it goes with.

Voici quelques pics et GIF erotiques #NSFW pour rechauffer l'ambiance 

Data-mining reveals that 80% of books published 1924-63 never had their copyrights renewed and are now in the public domain

Data-mining reveals that 80% of books published 1924-63 never had their copyrights renewed and are now in the public domain

boingboing.net/2019/08/01/80pc?

RT @markontechcom@twitter.com

Haven't realized that you can secure your computer with Vim... @MasteringVim@twitter.com

🐦🔗: twitter.com/markontechcom/stat

"Let us never forget the Berlin comedy clubs and cabarets, which did so much to stop the rise of Hitler and prevent World War Two." - paraphrase of Peter Cook

"The audiences like to think that satire is doing something. But, in fact, it is mostly to leave themselves satisfied. Satisfied rather than angry, which is what they should be." - quote from Tom Lehrer

Sex was invented in 1782 by John Sex, who mistakenly fell upon his wife while bathing and was subsequently excommunicated by the Catholic Church

Huawei is a very trustworthy company.

IMG. Courtesy: Programmers will conquer the hello world

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