for the last few days in my free time i have been working on a binary exploitation helper for rust because I despise python, i have it to a point where its actually useful.
helpers for IO (including turning a stream to interactive)
runtime int packing
compile time int packing via macros
compile time byte operations (i.e b’A’ * 0x29) via macros
runtime byte operations
things I want to add:
Local process management
Visualization of glibc heap chunks via unicorn
please make me feel ok for a few seconds by boosting this and staring my repo
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"The concept of "carbon footprint" was coined by an advertising firm working for British Petroleum to shift the focus for climate action onto individuals."
The perspectives I trust most these days proceed from the left-Luddite questions: what is this technology *really* for? Who does it truly serve? If it becomes clear that it harms the world, does it deserve continued existence?
Nice mini-site from Alvy Ray Smith, one of the cofounders of Pixar, debunking a lot of the myths about Steve Jobs' involvement in the company.
TLDR; he was a very useful investor for them but the idea that his "vision" shaped the company is incorrect. Around the time Toy Story was poised to be a hit, he positioned himself to *look* like a visionary.
A guy came back from the dead and now I eat him. Once rented a hamster. High-fived a whale. Mr. Hooper is my hero. #zhaif4laif
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