Can't wait for Dr. Seuss Enterprises LP to release sales figures showing just how badly the libs have been owned by people buying up all their books.
Where are the Dr. Seuss NFTs?
FEMA death camp is finally open, but please manage your expectations, it's still government no bid contract work. "The city has yet to resolve its inability to restrict access to registration links."
I was not told Becky Lynch was on Billions. Amazing.
@lanodan email decoding pretty much requires content sniffing.
Amazon Managed Blockchain needs a cooler name so you don't know what it is.
Experimental stress testing reveals the blueberry carton lid strength to be suboptimal.
@lain don't think RSA is default or essential anywhere as it is.
Think I'll wait til next week to see if RSA has been destroyed.
@rin Apple Music used to do the reverse, creating Stills & Nash Crosby.
I mean, if you're looking for a girl's name, maybe you're in the market for the whole package. Smart suggestion, goog.
@hj Berkeley packet filter, of course.
@benno I'm getting a disturbing hostage situation proof of life vibe from this.
Another GameStop story, another suggestion to go back to in person trades by shouting on the exchange floor, to bring fairness and equality back to the market, of course.
A new type of number for a new kind of science.
Unlike the lazy European technique of stirring the espresso, shaking releases more flavor by invigorating the liquid at a molecular level.
Oh, nice, Starbucks has invented yet another form of coffee. Shaken espresso, here I come.
Las Vegas Sands Corp. will no longer own the Las Vegas Sands (or Venetian or palazzo). Love it when a company is no longer the thing it's named.
@Moon plywood pipe, nice.
Undesirable epitaph of the day: Barbourofelis fricki also had a very small brain.
This is kind of an interesting industrial liability case with some back and forth.
Corroded pipe segment leaked and exploded, bankrupting refinery. Now they sue pipe manufacturer.
It's 46 years late. But... corrosion happens slowly over time.
Modern standard says not to use that alloy. But... standard didn't exist at time it was installed. But... the rest of the pipe did meet standards.
Reasonable to assume it would have been replaced at some point if it had been clearly marked?
@lain it's gulag time for the exponential algorithms.
New couch arrived, which means... many square yards of bubble wrap to play with.
When the grifters get grifted.
Gonna grow a beard and pass myself off as Gen X until the zoomer cancel squad wanders away.
Actually, most of this ars article is basically word salad. Roughly adjacent to correct, but hopefully you aren't trying to learn from it.
"The change, which in the parlance of software development is known as a “git commit,”"
Another antifa arrest in DC.
"The cop shot a female Trump supporter. Then allowed ‘ANTIFA Trump supporters’ to assault him. I was one of them. I was there. I took his shit."
Today in "free speech akshully means you have to publish what I want" news: people are big mad the publisher of Dr. Seuss is ceasing publication of a few less popular books.
Six Dr. Seuss books — including “And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street” and “If I Ran the Zoo” — will stop being published because of racist and insensitive imagery, the business that preserves and protects the author's legacy said.
New washing machine takes about 3x longer than the old one. Feels a lot like a typical software upgrade.
@silby yeah, it's never easy, but at least the zen line has improved ipc each generation, so increasing freq is simply double good.
Oh boy oh boy oh boy, I thought we would have to wait until March 4 for the qinauguration, but here we are.
@uberbaud exactly, but if you actually feed those images to a classifier, it gets it pretty correct.
Looked again at the purported zen 3 epyc specs, and if the claimed boost to 4ghz is accurate, that'd actually be quite the improvement over zen 2 3.3ghz.
Ah, I see 0.13% is 0.13 is 13% number laundering is back in fashion. Always a classic.
Why are people still repeating that nonsense about AI/ML computer vision being unable to distinguish a chihuahua from a muffin?
Just write everything yourself.
@sjw no, you'd have to script the shell command somehow.
@rru142 nice. Historic landmark.
Approximately what percentage of "just admitted" headlines actually involve an admission?
Condos for cars.
So. Many. Dials.
Weekend project idea: the Hacker News front page, but reformulated as a smart contract that only allows one NFT link at a time.
WSJ exclusive I wasn't expecting: J-pop is coming and it's gonna be huge.
"Spend $200 to get free shipping."
Waitress wrote "Free Britney" on the check.
Not sure how reliable these fairy lights are. There's an invisibly thin coating on the copper wires and that's the only thing preventing shorts?
@cptn it does not immediately reduce file size. Running vacuum tends to take too long.
.* for text match should be close enough to match all.
@cptn yes, cleanup is mostly to delete old stuff from blob.db.
You can currently reject attachments with a filter, but there's no way to match all.
An Exploration of JSON Interoperability Vulnerabilities
An Exploration of JSON Interoperability Vulnerabilities
The same JSON document can be parsed with different values across microservices, leading to a variety of potential security risks. If you prefer a hands-on approach, try the labs and when they scare you, come back and read on.
Asking interview candidates "which is better, an escalator or an elevator?" and rejecting anyone who answers "it depends."
Smallest boat I've seen out on the river.
Location: 39.95 -75.14
Disappointed that the Wikipedia article for A Whiter Shade of Pale doesn't address the fact that adding white is more properly referred to as a tint.