Maybe they're trying to find the Hidden Imam based on his DNA https://www.zdnet.com/article/mysterious-iranian-group-is-hacking-into-dna-sequencers/
Gmail will soon default G Suite users' emails to their proprietary "confidential mode" format. This a huge threat to the open email ecosystem https://www.theverge.com/2019/5/29/18644525/gmail-confidential-mode-on-default-g-suite-june
Before people knew that birds migrated long distance, they didn't really understand why or how completely different species of birds randomly and suddenly appeared during different seasons. "Some theories of the time held that they turned into mice, or hibernated at the bottom of the sea during the winter, and such theories were even propagated by zoologists of the time." This was eventually proven to be false when someone found a bird in Germany with an African arrow stuck in its neck in 1822.
How can you "split" from something you were never a part of? https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2019/06/what-buttigieg-left-out-his-foreign-policy-speech/591502/
New VLC release fixes over 33 security vulnerabilities – by far its most ever – thanks entirely to EU's bug bounty funding https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/software/vlc-307-is-biggest-security-release-due-to-eu-bounty-program/
Don't use @purism's Librem One services...
I just discovered this CLI tool that simultaneously searches for Flatpak, Snap, and AppImage versions of applications (alla apt-cache search) https://github.com/MuhammedKpln/chob
Noooo I can't wait until 2020 😭😭 https://www.gamespot.com/articles/animal-crossing-for-switch-is-delayed-but-it-now-h/1100-6467694/
Bugcrowd has the best pride swag https://www.bugcrowd.com/blog/on-diversity-and-pride-month-at-bugcrowd/
Mozilla offering a premium Firefox version would be a great move. My only concern is that by including a VPN, it'd be incentivized to oversell a product that does more harm than good for most threat models https://www.zdnet.com/article/mozilla-ceo-premium-version-of-firefox-coming-this-fall/ https://schub.io/blog/2019/04/08/very-precarious-narrative.html
ofc RMS has the best entry in "Screenshots from developers & Unix people" https://anders.unix.se/2015/10/28/screenshots-from-developers--unix-people-2002/
@TreacherousNexus The fear for me is that "Open Source" has traditionally not been about the ethics. That's changed, slowly, as the leadership of the OSI has changed, but until the core principles of liberty are what people care about, it's easily co-opted.
Yes, Micosoft is an old boogeyman, but I'm providing a roadmap to actual community acceptance
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Very nice analysis of the shortcomings of behaviour change at the level of the individual.
Better to focus on systemic failings, rather than guilt-tripping people for making a wrong choice, when it very often isn’t really a choice at all.
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