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Scottish Guy Makes Stunning Realization That He Can't Say 'Purple Burglar Alarm'

Watch youtu.be/AC__o1UxDl8

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Quark: Has anyone ever told you that you have serious issues?
Worf: I prefer the term 'leadership skills'.

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@PINE64

I want to buy your stuff. Why is everything out of stock?

Could you check again, extra hard in the all cupboards?

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Finally, all "anti-capitalist licenses" I've seen so far use very broad terms that can easily be interpreted in a lot of different ways. They likely do not offer the protection they claim to offer.

In the end it might turn out that by creating a myriad of "anti-capitalist licenses" that are incompatible with each other and with the larger body of FLOSS code, we handicap ourselves - by making it effectively impossible for different projects to be used together to build more complex and more useful systems.

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The ideas about what computers might do from the 80's probably seemed quite realistic to the average person, so I can't really blame the general public for thinking that Apple are going to save their children.

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Australia's got a plan.

Step 1) Remove material that depicts 'abhorrent violent content'

Step 2) Create general agreement on what counts as 'abhorrent', or 'violent'.

communications.gov.au/file/523

Is there anything like 'virtualenv' for Linux package managers, rather than python packages?

Pip's cut searches, so it seems better to use a package manager, but then the virtual environments wouldn't work.

Hacker protip: Use light mode so people don't know you're a hacker.

Also works if you're using vim in a cafe and don't want the repeat conversation.

youtube.com/watch?v=ETzm-ri7Gd

A giant mech suit has been made for disaster relief and war. It can destroy houses, then help with the cleanup!

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Please boost.

I am helping with a CyberSec class for high school kids. They are faster than we thought and we need some more CFT/exploitable services we can have them hack on if anyone knows of freely usable challenges. Password cracking, SQL injection, XSS, buffer overlows, etc.

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