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I've seen the greatest minds of my generation on fire near the Tannhäuser Gate.

Can you think of any holiday more sad than World Productivity Day?

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us: cyber𝑷𝑼𝑵𝑲

game studios: cyber "ᵖᵘⁿᵏ"

uspol / white people 

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This is super important and good, especially for men.

relinquishing the #patriarchy – adrienne maree brown
adriennemareebrown.net/2019/05

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@NuclearTess @HYPERLINK stop beating around the bush and make a credit sword already.

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Let me be clear.

Saying devs shouldn’t make any ethical decisions concerning software is a cowardly decision, which enables hate, abuse and harassment to continue.

You’re not a centrist or being logical.

You’re giving space for hate to flourish.

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worst sentence you'll read all week 

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Things we can do about the current US Migra awfulness 

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hello everyone

here is a very small, simple twine game i made a couple years ago and finally got around to throwing online. it is called planted and it is about being lonely and having a plant.

it does have some random messages and hidden values it keeps track of so i hope that makes it worth playing more than once

i hope you like it

xyzzyzzyzx.neocities.org/plant

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:drake_like: Adding custom emoji solely for the purposes of my own posts.

I wish I could pick up my prime deliveries instead of them being locked in the apartment office.

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Mozilla releases emergency update for critical security vulnerability in Firefox :firefox: :

mozilla.org/en-US/security/adv

– Firefox and Firefox ESR are affected by an exploitable crash
– update to FF 67.0.3 and/or FF ESR 60.7.1
– attackers are already exploiting the vulnerability, known as CVE-2019-11707

#firefox #firefoxesr #mozilla #vulnerability #update #security #infosec #cybersecurity

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I'm maybe inheriting a #NodeJS project, as a part-time paying gig. I don't do node. I do the minimum amount of client-side JS to make something work.

If the project is sane, I'm confident I could skill up on-the-fly. If the project is terrible, I'd be in over my head. I don't have the expertise to judge, though.

If it was Python / Django, I'd be able to tell what I was in for in ten minutes.

Where do I look in a node project? What are best practices? What warning signs do I look for?

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if there was a post apocalyptic wasteland but everyone was wearing vr and living in the shortest amount of zombies you need in a vr world, etc

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No Jods and no Jasters (No Jean gods and no Jean masters)

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