The latest in my continuing argument that all modern software development is a house of cards built on transient technologies informed by the least-vetted answers from Stack Overflow that best satisfy entrenched tooling biases.

RT @Foone
So I learned of an amusing bug today:

Docker for Windows won't run if you have the Razer Synapse driver management tool running.

But the reason is the funny part...

Riffing on machine learning 

I suddenly realize that throughout human history, anyone could've beat-boxed.

brian successfully does a Food 

"Indeed. I find it somewhat disheartening when a well-informed, vocal, minority of technologists predict doom, are ignored, and then a few years later the doom is in the news and everyone is diving for the fainting couches.

Not that I burned a bunch of time and energy arguing against EME or anything, too (sigh)."

The fediverse is a public forum.

Your posts are only as secure as the admins of every instance that your home server federates with, in terms of private and followers-only messages.

If you're going to talk about sensitive information, keep it to Signal or other secure 1-on-1 channels.

Assume that everything you post to the fediverse, is being scooped up by multiple gov agencies around the world.

The Milan scrape was only notable because they made their findings public.

If a university scraping feeds did it, it's safe to assume other, bigger organizations have been doing it for much longer.

I can't think of the Dark Web without hearing Stewart and Roald forcefully whispering "the darkweb!" in my head

Would anyone be interested in hearing about our #FOSS adventure? We''re a feminist non-profit in the midst of migrating from Windows to #Linux: servers and desktops! We try to be as #opensource as possible, for ethical, security and privacy reasons.

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