Right on time, I discovered OMEMO and Double Ratchet just yesterday. Thanks for the write up.

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In this post I try to explain the Double Ratchet Algorithm that drives the cryptography behind OMEMO and Signal. This is the second part of my series about the crypto behind OMEMO. blog.jabberhead.tk/2019/04/15/

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I wish it was possible to filter out RTs when browsing tags. I'm looking for mastodon-based artists/hobbyists to follow.

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Made another short, sporadically-written article. There should be more of them in the following days, as I won't be as burdened with the finals anymore. metaview.link/articles/sandbox

I resurrected a terminal-like application built with I made a year ago. The website contains no code except for loading the module. I think this is where I am going to keep information about me, contact details, personal projects, and so on.

My wetware obviously has some bugs, can we get someone to fix that already?

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Weekend hack: Creating a retrofuture internet terminal by replacing the Motorola MDT-9100's i386SX with a BeagleBone Black and Teensy: trmm.net/MDT9100

@neon I have no personal experience with the Vortex POK3R, but it seems to be a popular choice among MK enthusiasts.

@neon I should add that I do not advocate for spending large amounts of money on an eye candy keyboard, but rather for taking an inspiration and finding a budget solution from reliable mechanical keyboard vendors. Most of /r/mk is full of overly expensive keebs.

@neon You can get inspired at /r/mechanicalkeyboards, there you can get an idea about what kind of keyboard would suit you (size, layout, color, material...). I have been using the Preonic for about a year and I am very satisfied with it. On one hand, though, it may get a bit pricy, on the other hand, if you are building up a career in programming (or anything that has to do with computers), having a reliable tool to get the job done seems fair to me.

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