#introduction ? sure
* Retro game emulation
* Tabs over spaces
* Vim over emacs
* Music production
* Living in Poland
* Working on my BSc in infosec
I don't like:
* Climate change deniers
* Nazis and communists
A lot of cloudflare's crypto is actually done in Go, and some of their people (Vlad the Compiler esp.) has done great work to speed up those processes.
Here I am making tutorials on CLIs.
OpenBook is really fitting to its name; it's really looks like a Facebook ripoff.
Mastodon is more popular, or rather ActivityPub, and it's actually something that people could benefit from, in contrast to yet another centralised system.
Fun fact: Nintendo Switch is only *almost* compatible with the USB-C standard, most likely since its design was set before the standard was widely available or adopted.
Which is true for most stuff using USB-C anyway.
> Adblock Browser for Android
> 4 trackers
> asking 32 permissions (half being 'dangerous')
> 10,000,000+ downloads
https://reports.exodus-privacy.eu.org/reports/13675/ #privacy https://t.co/fTf58402m9
You cannot longer controll your Sonos speakers without an account. Security measures. SECURITY MEASURES.
I'm waiting for the moment my microwave asks me for an account.
Guess who will sell his Sonos speakers. Fck this.
I built a head-mounted LiDAR array that lets you see the world like a dolphin through vibrations sent through you jaw.
Bonus: you look absolutely ridiculous wearing it.
Support for Python Packages Added to GitHub Security Alerts | SecurityWeek.Com https://www.securityweek.com/support-python-packages-added-github-security-alerts #infosec
Guido is no longer the BDFL of Python.
It's both charming and irritating that I have to tune my analogue synth again after 10 min of activity.
Back from my short holiday in Norway. Time to code.
Right after this beer.