Scientists have developed a new type of gene editing CRISPR system, called CRISPR-Cas3, which can efficiently erase long stretches of DNA from a targeted site in the human genome, with the potential to seek out and erase such ectopic viruses as herpes simplex, Epstein-Barr, and hepatitis B.
This is actually real, AFAICT. It is a comedy of errors whose tragedy can't be overstated. MEPs fatingered the wrong buttons, casting votes that resulted in the worst internet regulation in western history becoming law. Seriously.
Article 13 will wreck the internet because Swedish MEPs accidentally pushed the wrong voting button
Errata Security: A basic question about TCP https://blog.erratasec.com/2019/02/a-basic-question-about-tcp.html
The Case for Getting Rid of Borders—Completely
No defensible moral framework regards foreigners as less deserving of rights than people born in the right place at the right time.
Go is garbage that fills no actual extant computing niche. Nobody was looking for "like Python but with a crappy type system and a little bit faster". Go is neither high performance, nor real time, nor is it a systems programming language. It's an "also ran" scripting language.
In case you don't believe me, here you go: Google can't even get their own people to use it. They tried to mandate it for new projects in SRE and had a massive revolt on their hands.
I am looking for someone inside Google who can get me in contact with anybody on the Google Docs team(s).
I work with indigenous language support, and currently Google's Docs APIs are insufficient for getting the UX up to scratch for grammar and spell checking for Sami and Inuit languages. We can't do the squiggles or add corrections to the context menu 😔
Please help, even a boost might do a lot. 😄
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