Alright, here it is: I am going to be making a zine every month this year out of newly public domain materials from 1923. I just launched a Kickstarter for subscriptions, which are capped at 100! Please back and share :) https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/887675031/1923-a-monthly-zine-of-public-domain-treasures
I'm a little frustrated about how this new Tor feature appears to mostly be documented through rumors and speculation, but this @mtigas guide was super helpful https://gist.github.com/mtigas/9c2386adf65345be34045dace134140b
The Tor 0.3.5 series includes several new features and performance improvements, including client authorization for v3 onion services, cleanups to bootstrap reporting, experimental support for NSS in place of OpenSSL, and more: https://blog.torproject.org/new-releases-tor-0357-03410-and-03311
By the way, in case you've wondered, "stationary" and "stationery" are etymological doublets https://www.reddit.com/r/etymology/comments/4v8n9x/useless_etymology_on_the_distinction_between/
9 Reasons Why Python Sucks https://ldpreload.com/blog/9-reason-python-sucks
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