Worst part of not being on twitter anymore? No @anildash
"The Japanese Man Who Saved 6,000 Jews With His Handwriting" by David Wolpe
"After the ceremony, in front of some 1,200 students, I spoke with his one remaining child, his son Nobuki, who arrived from Belgium to honor his father’s memory. He told me his father was “a very simple man. He was kind, loved reading, gardening and most of all children. He never thought what he did was notable or unusual.”"
Holy crap. Malware hidden in a strand of DNA hijacks the computer that analyzes that particular gene sequence.
We're going to live in a very weird world man.
There are probably worse places to live https://brocks.social/media/VzZGPvAwgHs7h_BQyZU
@jordan it was actually a magnificent breakfast. I’m trying to get it setup as a weekly tradition now.
My idea is not getting any traction in the group 😔
@jordan well, that went surprisingly well. A little too well.
I have a feeling I’m going to wake up to all sorts of flashing lights and alarms.
This magnificent fellow was just sitting on a branch by the side of the path on my ride this morning. An Eastern Osprey.
I had to block some external instances on Masto.host shared hosting.
Here is why and how that can be reverted: https://masto.host/i-had-to-block-some-external-instances/
This was a tricky decision but couldn't think of a better solution.
If you have any suggestions, please do let me know.
Australia's new Assistance and Access law would create new powers that could demand software developers obey secret orders to re-write or add spyware to their work.
We can stop it now—or have the world lose trust in Australian code. https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2018/08/australia-proposed-surveillance-law
My favourite place on Earth.
Might have something to do with the fact that there's less than 10 people within 100km in any direction.
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