A story once shared to me: Auditors were reviewing logs for some appliance that used a default account. Every time the account was use it wrote the username and password in the logs each as an easy to identify log entry. Hundreds of rentries a day. So how did they fix it? https://t.co/xSfhjpYK5R— Soldier of FORTRAN (@mainframed767) March 21, 2019
In these painful times, here's a story that will make your heart sing. A homeless boy named Tani living in a shelter was just named New York State chess champion. He's a reminder that talent is universal even if opportunity is not. https://t.co/P392a8lQ8m— Nicholas Kristof (@NickKristof) March 16, 2019
QUIZ. How long ago did the total human population reach the point at which *half* of us had internet access?— Peter Suber (@petersuber) March 14, 2019
ANSWER. Late 2018. About three months ago.
This and more eye-opening numbers from the @UN's @ITU.https://t.co/mtV7SijUII
🤮🤮 This @WIRED writer, Antonio García Martínez, shouldn't ever be allowed to publish anything ever. "Most women in the Bay Area are soft and weak, cosseted and naive...and generally full of shit" https://t.co/CVaGuu4Fjl … #BanAntonioMartinez #fuckmisogyny #womenintech @chipro— Jo Chou (@jochou) March 13, 2019
Twitter is proposing to hide engagement metrics (likes/retweets) to make the site "friendlier" by removing the appearance of ranking.— Alexandra Erin (@alexandraerin) March 13, 2019
Here is the truth: they find the concept of "the ratio" embarrassing to powerful people and embarrassing to be associated with.
you can make images dark mode friendly if you apply mix-blend-mode: multiply; to them because what's the point of a dark mode if you have a huge bright image in it— Nadir Seghir (@se_nadir) March 11, 2019
courtesy to @SaraSoueidan blog pic.twitter.com/ZvNfk0HLra
Doubleclick-to-deselect floors.— Doctor Popular (@DocPop) March 11, 2019
I’ve been trying this on different elevators and surprised how prevalent this feature actually is. pic.twitter.com/v1vf3mEUde
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