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Things on my computer I trust:
- vim
- git
- plain text

Things I don’t trust:
Everything not in the list above


This is the moment a beluga whale returns a women’s iPhone after she drops it into the water by accident in Hammerfest harbour, Norway.


RT @LisaForteUK: I shouldn’t find this funny but I do and I’m sorry for that! 😂

> Google is now banning the popular Linux browsers named Konqueror, Falkon, and Qutebrowser from logging into Google services because they may not be secure.
> [...] a browser may be blocked from signing in for the following reasons:
> - Don’t support JavaScript or have Javascript turned off.

So Google says that not only is JavaScript not harmful, it actually __improves__ your security.

This has to be the hottest take I've seen this year. :brain4:

Just lost my cable internet. Using cell data. This system keeps me powered when there is no power.

@sillystring Not sure yet. It's all over outages-l. Hub outage, they're saying. Connectivity drops somewhere inside the Time-Warner/Roadrunner POP in New York City. Poking around some of the BGP looking glasses, it doesn't seem to be a layer 4 problem. Some folks are speculating fibre cuts.

Wireless is slow as hell. Probably because everybody jumped over to it.

How the fuck does internet go down for the whole state? What catastrophic failure just happened?

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TCP/IP over smoke signals: bringing networking directly to the cloud.

Found some pretty nice #RetroHardware systems used in old military settings

I really like the aesthetics of this MX-10159. Apparently, it's a "SCS Communications Terminal". Something about these LED displays that really speak to me

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