Is this a recording of a Zoom meeting between mostly old men? Yes! Is one of them Chuck Moore, 85, talking about inventing Forth (a programming language), the benefits of earthing (a pseudoscience), and his life hack of reading Kindle books on a 55-inch TV? Oh, yes! Just a cozy fireside chat. 🥰
Fair warning from a Swede: these berry names might not be totally correct. My favorite is Sëabtbörr.
Thanks to DALL-E3 generated educational material, we can bypass the need for teachers and textbook writers. … Perhaps you would like to learn your berries in SWEDISH?
I’m learning so much.
Learn your fruits and vegetables, by the brilliant Janelle Shane.
I call this one resting companions or vila efter ärtsoppa.
Paavo takes a deep dive in Why Cities: Skylines 2 performs poorly. Fascinating! And the last paragraph made me smile.
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If you’re a fan of comics and blogs, you should read Eternal September – a new comic series about finding connections in the wilds of the early web. Be on the web! 📚
Cosmopolitan is a neat project that enables compiling a C program into a fat binary – a single executable file that runs on Linux, macOS, and Windows. Build once, run anywhere. Congrats, and thanks for all your work, Justine! 🎉
After a year of development, I've just published Cosmopolitan v3.0. The release notes are here. Now featuring arm support, fat binaries, and improved windows polyfills. justine.lol/cosmo3/
The Pictorial C64 Fault Guide is such a great idea. A bunch of photos of the Commodore 64 in various problem states, along with descriptions, known causes, and how to fix them. I want this for all my devices!
Even though Apple’s pirating days are long over, and they are no doubt the navy now, it still warms my heart to catch a quick glance of the old Jolly Roger while catching up on last night’s Scary Fast event. 🏴☠️
Diversity is a good thing! Even if Apple claims the opposite when it comes to browser engines on iOS. When every browser runs WebKit, exploits like iLeakage put everyone at risk. Thanks for keeping us “safe”, Apple! 🙃
We present iLeakage, a transient execution side channel targeting the Safari web browser present on Macs, iPads and iPhones. … [W]e demonstrate how Safari allows a malicious webpage to recover secrets from popular high-value targets, such as Gmail inbox content. Finally, we demonstrate the recovery of passwords, in case these are autofilled by credential managers.