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cybre:uranther #012.018 @uranther@cybre.space

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Hello! 你好! ¡Hola!

My name is :wide_j:
I am a cybre-gongfu artist.

Ready to all the :cybre_glitch: :psyduck:
I by building systems for the

Buddhist guy practicing , and ,
I also like drinking tea, playing go, enjoying art and nature.

Some of you I know already, and others I may :florp: your good content.
Feel free to stop by and say hi - challenge and debate -
If not, you're still great!

☮️ :cybre: ☯️

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Recent events have increased my fervor for free, open, decentralized, secure, privacy- and -aware solutions.

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@lain Signal: "Hold my beer, CVE-2018-1000136" 😉

bug: human is allowed to put on glasses before putting on shirt
expected behavior: shouldn't even be possible to attempt this
actual behavior: it is

What's good today? I need a distraction.

It's probably not a good idea to check up on someone with anxiety by asking where they've been on the public TL. Or publicly @ mentioning them

They're going to come back to an avalanche notifications from you and all those well-meaning boosts. That probably won't help

Maybe PM first?

It's OK to be concerned, but please be considerate too

*bangs tiny fists on table*
every! language! needs! a! prolog!

Fucking Gmail is marking my emails from my new domain as spam and displaying the phishing warning even after I mark them as not spam, even though I'm using Fastmail's nameservers & SMTP servers.

In my Cross-DSO CFI #HardenedBSD jail, /usr/bin/true works but /bin/ls crashes. For now, I'll take this small victory. ;)

Unix philosophy

Write programs that do one thing and do it well.
Write programs to work together.
Write programs to handle text streams, because that is a universal interface.

voragine.net/link/unix-philoso

I'm nostalgic for when I spent all my time building in minecraft. I liked making big trees. This is Kellmoor.

Thanks to no dynamic updates and browser caching actually hecking working, replying to something and then going back to your timeline in brutaldon is fast, and more surprisingly, *does not cause you to lose your place*.

Even I've gotten used to all the horrible things modern web apps subject us to, so *not* seeing them is a surprise.

made a new version of lisp where everything is exactly the same but instead of () it uses <> for, quote, "aerodynamic purposes"

veggie container garden coming along well. built a fruit cage today :) also courgettes in hanging baskets

#gardening #resistanceIsFertile

Matrix is pretty neat. I only used XMPP before

@Wolf480pl @HerraBRE @rysiek Absolutely. If you don't defend a system's availability, then you're giving attackers veto power over your organization's use of that system.

“By far the greatest danger of Artificial Intelligence is that people conclude too early that they understand it.”
― Eliezer Yudkowsky

National Geographic World (now called National Geographic Kids) ran this cover for September, 1984