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Hey @HachetteUS@twitter.com, @HarperCollins@twitter.com, @WileyGlobal@twitter.com, @penguinrandom@twitter.com, I will not buy any more books from you until you stop harassing the Internet Archive with lawsuits, and I will advice everyone I know to do the same.
arstechnica.com/tech-policy/20

Sometimes I wish I were a tatami maker making a living in the outskirts of Kyoto...
youtube.com/watch?v=SQKWIMJuva

RT @DanielEllsberg@twitter.com: Good account by @AbramskySasha@twitter.com about what I'm thinking and doing now. (via @thenation@twitter.com) thenation.com/article/world/da

Hey @BristolCouncil@twitter.com could we have just one day without that freaking police helicopter flying in circles for hours? Thanks!

Today while scrolling through some docs I realized that my peripheral vision seemed to capture movement slower than the more central part of my visual field. Here I found more information on this odd perceptual phenomena: doi.org/10.1167/16.6.20

RT @Demoscene_AOC@twitter.com: The is writing cultural history. We are stoked to announce that @unesco_de@twitter.com 🇩🇪 has enlisted the demoscene as intangible cultural heritage! Thank you 🙏🏼to all supporters who helped @digitalekultur@twitter.com to make it possible! Let's celebrate soon!🎉bit.ly/2ORaYLJ

... It's an interesting language, and I specially like the fact that I'm finally using monads and category theory stuff in a job 😂
The only language design complaint I have so far is regarding to the "implicit" feature, but I think I can live with that ;p

I started using last week for the first time at work (quasi purely functional style with the Cats lib + the rest of the Typelevel ecosystem). It reminds me a little bit to OCaml, and even Perl, in the sense of being multi-paradigm, but with a push to be more like Haskell..

It's getting better but still having frame rate issues with the ImageAnalysis use case, it seems to be a vendor problem but I think there is a (hacky) workaround...

java.nio.ByteBuffer.get(byte[] dst, int offset, int length) "is potentially much more efficient" than a for loop, but it isn't (it is just a for loop):
github.com/openjdk/jdk/blob/da

I just wanted to say FUCK YOU EXPERIAN, you are the worst most awful company on Earth: Not one, nor two, but THREE fucking times you lost all my personal information (including passport scans) on data breaches. Now I'm being forced to deal with you again, unfuckin believable..

First attempt at MJPEG streaming from an Android phone, kinda working but still pretty slow 🐢

work it harder make it better do it faster make us stronger 🤖🤖🤖🤖

RT @MPI_IS@twitter.com: 🎉🎉🎉This is amazing! Our scientists are among a team that succeeded in creating a micrometer-size space-time crystal consisting of magnons. With the help of an ultra-precise X-ray microscope, they were even able to film it: youtube.com/watch?v=OyvLqlfqAG @HZBde@twitter.com @PhysRevLett@twitter.com @NickAnTr@twitter.com

RT @BEuplotes@twitter.com: Excited to share our new work, the first preprint from my postdoc with @WallaceUcsf@twitter.com and my first paper on Euplotes.
"A unicellular walker embodies a finite state machine"
biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/20
We tackled the question "how does a single cell walk?"

Read on to learn more
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Dear Mastodon, we're ~60 followers away from 12K! Can you help us get there?

Help by spreading the word that:

🔵 Privacy is a human right.

🔵 Tracking & surveillance are widespread on the internet.

🔵 Tor is a nonprofit that can help you take back your privacy online.

It's fixed already but just learnt about the utf8 exploit for gnu-screen that also affects xterm (CVE-2021-27135):
access.redhat.com/security/cve

RT @taviso@twitter.com: Yikes, someone found a buffer overflow in GNU screen that's reachable via irssi... it's almost like the old days. The reporter says it was found in the wild, apparently used to DoS a minecraft server. 🤷‍♂️

(or about 10 times Argentina, if you prefer that unit 🙃)

To understand why this is important: A study from 2015 shows that in the US idle loads from domestic electrical equipments consume 1375 TWh/year. These are millions of metric tons of CO2 emitted annually for no reason.
nrdc.org/sites/default/files/h

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