I think it's kinda weird that the president of the US gets to stay on Twitter after threatening war crimes and cyberbullying children because his tweets are "of public interest" but the president of Syria gets banned...
Not that I'm sympathetic, but it does seem hypocritical and highlights the issues with social media that's controlled by a single US company. Why do they get to enforce their own interests worldwide?
"I repeat: do not use spinlocks in user space, unless you actually know what you're doing. And be aware that the likelihood that you know what you are doing is basically nil." —Linus 😂
> Edward Snowden reacts to his cameo in Lupin III: Goodbye partner
@minus @stevenroose @angristan @espectalll Pretty much every major site you use today terminates HTTPS somewhere near the edge, and thus has its certificate copied to hundreds or thousands of servers they don't own, hosted in racks provided by ISPs and mobile carriers.
Regardless of what you heard about end-to-end encryption, this is the reality of today's web, for reasons of cost and performance.
Memcached 1.5.18 can now recover cache between restarts https://github.com/memcached/memcached/wiki/ReleaseNotes1518
Today I experience very strange behavior in my MSMQ client .....
After half a day of uninstall, install and join to domain and remove the machine from the domain, the only solution that worked was
- uninstall MSMQ
- remove the machine from the domain
- remove the machine from Active Directory
- change machine name
- join the machine with the new name in the domain
- install MSMQ
Of course with a lot of reboot in the while ☹️☹️☹️
Malicious attack on Wikipedia—What we know, and what we’re doing https://wikimediafoundation.org/news/2019/09/07/malicious-attack-on-wikipedia-what-we-know-and-what-were-doing/
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