John McLaughlin & Jonas Hellborg - The Power Of Two Live From Israel 1985 (Crossover-106A/B)
Soundboard Live in Tel Aviv, Israel, Februar
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Julian Lage performing live at Moods in Zurich 2021
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I want to share a project I’ve been working on for a couple of weeks: https://akkartik.itch.io/carousel
Zig is a programming language that’s attempting to become “the new C” - the language of choice for low-level systems programming and e
1 Brooklyn Sky Port (Departure) 0:00
2 First Man On The Moog 12:42
3 One Step Beyond 19:21
4 Stellarphobia 25:39
5 Shaft In Space 33:31
Magical, this trio.
In this stream, we’ll investigate a few options for improving the IRC experience so that more people might be able to join us there! The Ma
The UK government has proposed using hash scanning to detect abusive material without violating people’s privacy. Unfortunately, it won’t work.
Coolest thing I’ve seen in a while. 😃
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Ideas about monstrosity were fundamental to ancient and medieval debates about the nature of humanity, and the rhetoric of monstrosity was widely used to dehumanize certain groups in medieval Europe.
Which is better for code reviews, a unified diff or a split diff?
When I first started learning about compilers, there was something important which I didn’t understand: Designing a programming language and writing a compiler are two almost entirely different skills. There is obviously some overlap between them, but less than you might think at first!
The major C++ compilers are starting to ship modules implementations so I figured I’d add more support for those in Meson. That resulted in this blog post. It will not be pleasant or fun. Should you choose to read it, you might want to keep your emergency kitten image image reserve close at hand.
Again, I’d like to emphasize that I think the idea behind OpenPubKey is extremely interesting and fundamentally valuable10. Moreover, I believe it deserves further attention (and development).
At the same time, it’s my current opinion that the current design of OpenPubKey does not inspire confidence, particularly with respect to long-term verification: there appear to be a lot of hacks that assume that arbitrary third-party OIDC IdPs are relatively static, predictable, and permissive of claim shenanigans, hacks that OIDC IdPs themselves are unlikely to be willing to ossify into guarantees (or, more precisely, cannot ossify without compromising their security practices).
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