Tiny homes offer path out of homelessness for KC veterans – Missouri Business Alert
I recently learned how much software is pre-installed on GitHub Actions workers. I'm a fan of the `setup-xxx` workflow patterns, so I always assumed that the workers were lean. Boy, was I wrong.
We're hiring additional software engineers to join the SecureDrop team!
Full-time, fully remote. Help us protect journalists & whistleblowers by writing free and open source software. Here's what we're looking for:
@GwenfarsGarden These days, I only tend to buy printed copies of books where there's something aesthetically appealing about the physical artefact, or where I can get it 2nd hand / cheaper than ebook. I've still got heaps of paper books that I've acquired over the years to work through, mind.
My local library system has a really good selection of ebooks these days, so I've read a fair amount of stuff in the last year through that too.
Seems like a good day to remind you:
Enable Two-Factor Authentication everywhere.
U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Public School Students’ Off-Campus Speech Rights
It'd be a shame if this "Windows 10 only" emojo started popping up elsewhere.
This is a super important study done by true experts in this field. In 2018, OSS contributed between €65 and €95 billion to the 🇪🇺’s economy. At a minimum, that’s the equivalent of the entire GDP of Luxembourg Thanks @email@example.com @KnutBlind@twitter.com @firstname.lastname@example.org
The Future of Humanity: a Lecture by Isaac Asimov
Call of Cthulhu: It's a book of great evil!
Me: Atlas Shrugged?
CoC: Near unreadable in its rambling, incoherent diatribe of horror!
Me: Atlas Shrugged.
CoC: Those who read it becomes monsters dedicated to the torment of humanity!
Me: Yeah, that's Atlas Shrugged.
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