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Want to host your project's README (with small changes) on your personal website, for instance to leave github at some point?
cj.rs/readme-in-static-site/

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“You can assume modern CPUs are infinitely fast. They run at infinite speed until they hit the memory wall”

blog.cloudflare.com/when-bloom

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Prepared statement in can have a huge impact on performance, even for simple query, according to stackoverflow.com/questions/17

Amazing!

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“Never try to silence views with which you disagree. Answer objectionable speech with more speech. Win the argument without resorting to force. And grow a tougher hide.”

from economist.com/news/leaders/216

Good to read this today.

So much for allegedly "harmless" metadata. In that case, the content of the email stayed encrypted, but the metadata had to be handed over to the authorities and the person was arrested on this basis it appears.

twitter.com/tenacioustek/statu

I had to try Brave after a bug made Firefox freezing a couple seconds after start (it is reported). I have to admit, it is snappier and features like fingerprint randomization or the speedreader mode are quite good. I feels like there is some engineering work done on the browser, with real progress from one release to the next.
I still miss Containers, though. I hope Firefox stays relevant and get back to shipping innovations soon!

Want to host your project's README (with small changes) on your personal website, for instance to leave github at some point?
cj.rs/readme-in-static-site/

“It didn't feel great at the time, but had we not been in the midst of that crisis I'm not sure we ever would have started Cloudflare.” So inspiring.

blog.cloudflare.com/cloudflare

“You can assume modern CPUs are infinitely fast. They run at infinite speed until they hit the memory wall”

blog.cloudflare.com/when-bloom

Found a very useful table to allocate time for recurring task improvement. However, the underlying assumption that a recurring task will still be relevant in 5 years is maybe a bit bold.

From xkcd.com/1205/

Adversarial Interoperability: Reviving an Elegant Weapon From a More Civilized Age to Slay Today's Monopolies
eff.org/deeplinks/2019/06/adve

"Facebook grew by making a tool that let its users stay in touch with MySpace users" There is hope for !

Pourquoi ne pas vérifier le profile @lecourrierduhacker avec un petit rel=me dans le liens en bas de page ? 😄

Prepared statement in can have a huge impact on performance, even for simple query, according to stackoverflow.com/questions/17

Amazing!

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