I have many versions of bundled projects and modules installed all over the place. Sometimes it can be hard to remember which revision of your software went where, so I wrote my first #webpack plugin ever - Log Version.
I've taken #SublimeText for a spin since they released ST4. I have got to say I am impressed. My enthusiasm for sublime hails back to a time before I was so concerned about using open source software.
Now that it competes with VSCode in a real way, I'm contemplating maybe twisting my arm and updating my license. Both ST4 and Sublime Merge are great tools so far.
What are your thoughts?
“How Apple screwed Facebook - Apple’s iOS 14.5 update has triggered an unstoppable collapse in Facebook’s ability to collect user data”
You may have noticed some sites that immediately redirect you to another page or site if you have JS disabled, prompting you to enable it
This is done with a <meta> refresh inside <noscript>
This #DarkPattern can be circumvented in uMatrix by turning off "Spoof <noscript> tags"
Another barrage of rockets. Was almost non-stop for about an hour.
Red Alert [11/05/2021]:
Ashkelon Southern Industrial Zone, Zikim, Nitzan, Giv'at Ko'ah, Achiezer, Beit Dagan, Yagel, Kfar Chabad, Mishmar HaShiva, Tzafria, Ashdod - Gimmel, Vav, Zain, Ashkelon, Nitzanim
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God I love #rustlang. Need to make more time to learn it
[OC] The Steam client keeps crashing for me, so I wrote a TUI in Rust 🦀
I find it amusing that #Brave blocks trackers and cross site scripts from nearly every website that advertises with them
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