ukpol, brexit tired take Show more

Despite people saying that terrible documentation is the worst thing about the ecosystem, I haven’t found that a problem at all so far. I guess it’s no longer a problem for the popular libraries?

ukpol brx Show more

EU: We have just passed the daftest attempt to restrict the Internet yet!

UK: Hold my cuppa...

Internet regulator considered for UK
bbc.co.uk/news/technology-4559

Thinking today about how and both prefer small libraries. They still have different attitudes:

- Clojure: carefully choose which small components to assemble the system from, be picky

- JS: import everything, only write glue code, if you accidentally write a reusable function give it a logo and publish it to NPM

I’m only partly exaggerating

Am I getting wiser with age, or just more self-satisfied?

@cbowdon I was talking about the master/slave thing cause

*looks outside*

yeah streets aren't running with the blood of data scientists so that python3 thing ain't happening yet.

ukpol- the different Brexit agendas Show more

We've spent a lot of time talking about the 'Canada option' and the 'Norway option' for #Brexit, but we know neither is achievable. It's time to talk about the Brexits we can achieve - the Syria option and the South Sudan option

@cbowdon Reminds me of a poem

“Johnny was a chemist’s son,
But Johnny is no more—
For what Johnny thought was H2O
Was H2SO4.”

I’ve got to stop assuming any glass of clear liquid in the kitchen is water.

This doesn't look good. This doesn't look good at all:
thehackernews.com/2018/09/brow

"Unpatched Safari Browser Hack Lets Attackers Spoof URLs"

"Discovered by Pakistan-based security researcher Rafay Baloch, the vulnerability (CVE-2018-8383) is due to a race condition type issue caused by the web browser allowing JavaScript to update the page address in the URL bar while the page is loading."

/via Dzemila

#InfoSec

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