I... have actually had a really good weekend!
Really enjoyed seeing folks at tiki night on Saturday and had some good conversations there, got a LOT done around the house and on the job hunt, got my new carpool-lane stickers for the Bolt, and ... *whispers* ...
...there might be a new Tab Stash release coming soon!
(Nothing major, but I think I finally squashed my worst bug and added some new small improvements to keep up with Firefox. =^.^=)
You gasp like someone's started groping you, only there's nobody in sight.
"Are you being hacked again?", your engineer girlfriend looks up from her laptop with an eyebrow raised at you.
"N.. no...", you lie to her, not wanting her to turn on your firewall, while your remote attacker continues to probe.
She gets up from her seat, laptop in hands, and walks over to kiss your forehead. "IM me our safeword if you want me to come and rescue you~", she whispers, before leaving.
The spiciest of takes on Game of Thrones (which I have admittedly never seen), and an interesting point about our current political climate: https://theintercept.com/2019/05/20/the-rise-of-game-of-thrones-was-part-of-the-fall-of-america/
(there are no spoilers)
--mh=overwhelm -L/work -Wl,-rpath,/work -ljobhunt
I'm in process with something like 8 different companies right now, 6 of which want me to do onsite interviews, and there are at least three more I want to start talking to that I haven't even applied for yet, and I am overwhelmed. *lays down*
[Also hi my CWs are suddenly compiler flags, how did that happen]
You ever have one of those days where your mental input filters just aren't working and every little distraction is the most invasive thing ever and it's SUPER BLOODY ANNOYING and every tiny thing gets under your skin?
Yeah, me neither, definitely not having that kind of day today, not at all
Excellent checklist of small things to check if you’re not feeling okay:
Techposting; recommended Firefox add-ons for security
uBlock Origin: blocks ads
NoScript Security Suite: blocks content loaded from other domains
Privacy Badger: detects and fights attempts are cross-site user tracking
AdNauseam: randomly sends garbage data back to ad trackers
HTTPS Everywhere: uses SSL/TLS by default with sites known to support it
Decentraleyes: it replaces Google tracker-laden scripts with compatible, trackerless local versions
Privacy Settings: allows access to various privacy settings without needing to dive into about:config
Cat. Herder of software engineers. Writes code, plays games, optimizes everything. An SJW who puts principle before party. Pan/cis/boy.
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