It is proven! I am fj on Keybase: https://keybase.io/fj/sigchain#b7e0ede3400e67a3f559f3f3153a278b3638a87688a1943c0e589b193594508c0f
"Cryptography and Your Apps"
A great talk by @fj about Apple's CryptoKit at WWDC 2019
@ploum What issues do you have with macOS?
My Linux computer is a Lenovo X1 and I'm very happy with it.
Interesting article on the reliance from different tech companies on advertisement-related revenue https://www.barrons.com/articles/facebook-and-apple-embody-new-tech-divide-1524273880?mod=rss_barrons_cover_story
There probably is cryptography out there that is good enough for online voting. Problem is, everything else that’s necessary isn’t: software distribution (what election code is running), key distribution (who is entitled to vote) …
Democracies work when there is trust in the elections. If you need a CS + Crypto PhD to understand why something is secure; it’s easy to make people fearful of «election hacking». In contrast, most people have a good understanding of the threat model for paper ballots
iOS 12 comes with great security features. More in the iOS security white paper
@marsokod Yes! And be conservative in your security claims. There is nothing worse than seeing « unbreakable cryptography » claims
Studies found that in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, there is one kilogram of plankton for each six kilograms of plastic, causing fish to starve because they eat the plastic instead of the plankton.
Also, scientists studying the North Atlantic Garbage Patch found a high concentration of microbes capable of digesting plastics for energy.
Great article on plastics in the Ocean https://www.quantamagazine.org/on-waste-plastics-at-sea-maria-luiza-pedrotti-finds-unique-microbial-multitudes-20180913/
"our study has shown that most users are not taking advantage of the main privacy features of Zcash at all"
"consumers are rightly worried just how the data tech companies are collecting about them are being used and abused. Yet Apple seems to be the only major tech company that had the foresight–and the will–to begin tackling these issues before they reached a crisis point." https://www.fastcompany.com/90236195/forget-the-new-iphones-apples-best-product-is-now-privacy
Don't drink from plastic bottles ...
"Beginning at 8 weeks, microplastic fragments and fibers were produced from strips of all three polymers"
@qxn I’m not fully committed to Mastodon yet. Let’s see what this turns into.
But I got rid of WhatsApp, LinkedIn and Facebook and I’ve never been better.
I still use Instagram and I wish there was a great photo sharing app with a clear business model and higher resolution photo uploads with great people ...