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Holocaust Denial, Twitter, Social Networks Show more

Hey, can anyone recommend companies near London UK that are hiring in Data Science?

I'm looking to move in like ~6 months but I can't think of any good, ethical companies that are around here.

Why do no social media clients (that I've seen) have a "delay posting" option that gives you an edit option for 30 seconds or so, before posting? Surely someone has done this?

Just heard one of the dogs in the house I'm living in died earlier today 😢

With chaos happening in UK should review applying for Irish Passport. Am seriously starting to consider Dublin as a new home.

(Have managed to get Irish Grandmas birth certificate).

Brutalist Web Design manifesto.

brutalist-web.design

I think this may cause some of my designer friends to freak out a little, but good to have understandable pages that follow conventions.

The straw bans literally mean disabled folks can't drink. And no, many can't use the shitty paper ones.

But I'm sure the sea turtles, who are far more affected by industrial plastic pollution than straws and which nobody seems eager to stop, will appreciate it.

Cue gatekeepers all "give them to people who are disabled only." Because they have to look sick.

npr.org/sections/thesalt/2018/

Troy Hunt (saw him in London last year) walks through real MITM attacks on static websites not implementing HTTPS
hooktube.com/_BNIkw4Ao9w

Switch to Destroy planet, please don't push.

(Discovering old photos)

Brexit Show more

Brexit Show more

BREAKING: In a huge victory, the European Parliament has voted 318-278 against and —the disastrous and copyright proposals.

That means we’re close to stopping these terrible proposals—and we’re gaining momentum.

Looking for work Show more

This is a clever way of presenting necessary but dry information:

nova.fr/frequences