A United 777-200 had an engine break apart over Denver today. It’s always crazy how many pictures and videos the internet is able to collect so quickly. https://twitter.com/airlineflyer/status/1363228672463949829?s=21
Yes, later in secondary school we likely learned to check the citations and confirm the sources which solved our need then. What I'm more bummed out by is how long it takes for people to realize "oh I understand why someone would contribute" if they ever get there at all.
Supposedly this is what Parler folks are asking for in terms of cloud infrastructure. Ooof!
A neat little read about working off-grid on a boat.
Reminds me of the "Datawake" https://microship.com/datawake/
"Impossible Checkbox" on codepen, give it a couple clicks for the full effect 🐻 https://codepen.io/jh3y/pen/LYNZwGm
“A network admin gets stuck on a deserted island with a spade, granola bar, and single piece of fiber. He laughs, eats the granola bar, and buries the fiber.
24 hours later a construction crew came to dig it up, and he was saved.”
Next, dev tools: gcc, g++, Docker, nvm, nodejs, yarn, zsh, vs code, jdk, platform clis (AWS, digitalocean, GCP), terraform, kubectl, cmake, hashicorp vault
First off installing Ubuntu 18.10 desktop. It’s a sane default and I won’t have to do too much fiddling to get rolling. It’s what customers are likely to use and should have decent hardware support. So far display is perfect, WiFi working, pointer nib responds, and Bluetooth connections are a-ok.
Anyone know of anything that backs up the claim here that reCAPTCHA is just having you solve more puzzles to train the classifiers more? Rather than “you actually failed picking the images with busses”.
<double face palm> https://www.theregister.co.uk/2019/07/23/us_encryption_backdoor/
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