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BrendanEich
Co-founder & CEO Software () and (). Co-founded Mozilla & Firefox. Created JavaScript.
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BrendanEich 8h
Replying to @BRIAN_____
1 is Apple’s position, fwiw.
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Gabriel Gonzalez 8h
This is how works, except that Dhall uses the hash of the expression's normal form so it's insensitive to behavior-preserving refactoring of the code
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ThinkTalkIdeas Apr 18
Chewing: the missing piece to health This is everything you need to know about chewing -The more you chew the less you need to eat and more you get from your food
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BrendanEich 11h
Featured Eyesore of the Month - Kunstler
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BrendanEich 12h
I got a new phone and did not install any FB apps (or many other apps). My only FB use is in- which blocks FB trackers, and rare use in any case (to catch up with small & dwindling-by-post-frequency circle of friends/relatives). So, confirm!
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Feross 🧙🏼‍♂️✨ 16h
Still using browserify. Perfectly happy with it. What trusty, reliable "old tech" do you still use?
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BrendanEich 12h
Replying to @balajis @KaiOStech
And relying on FirefoxOS descendant because Android does not fit on the low-BOM phones making up the bulk of the growth.
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BrendanEich 12h
Replying to @balajis @KaiOStech
And relying on FirefoxOS descendant because Android does not fit on the low-BOM phones making up the bulk of the growth.
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BrendanEich 12h
Projection.
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Ryan Gallagher 18h
Academics at prestigious US institutions like MIT & Princeton have partnered w/ Chinese organisations tied to Beijing’s authoritarian state security regime. They have worked together on developing "human tracking technologies."
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A Book of Rather Strange Animals OUT NOW!!! Apr 21
The crazy looking wattle cup caterpillar has an extremely painful sting.
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Dave Collum 23h
You morons with your econ PhDs are gonna destroy the system. There is gonna be armed insurrection and when you are hanging upside down like Mussolini, you can ponder why negative interest rates and cashless society were a bad idea...
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Peter Martin Apr 19
At the Shu Le County Education Center, a sprawling three-story complex near Kashgar in Xinjiang, the dormitories feature bars on windows and doors that only lock from the outside My report from the government’s latest tour of the camps for foreign media:
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Whit Stillman Apr 12
Waiting for Easter - Boulangerie Cat, Paris
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Gautam Chhugani 22h
I find really exciting. It is designed on pragmatic trade offs. Blockchain sovereignty is an important principle - allows specialised and customised blockchains more likely to scale and succeed. I don’t subscribe to a lively super computer notion of blockchains.
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Wolfie Christl 21h
Replying to @WolfieChristl
"But there's an option to generally turn off Chrome sign-in"
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Wolfie Christl 21h
Even without mandatory sync, auto signing users into Chrome when they use Gmail, Calendar or other Google services is such a blatant abuse of platform power... But there's an option to turn off Chrome sign-in! Yes, but they make sure that nobody will ever use it
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Brian McKenna Apr 20
I was always eager to read what had to say about modules ever since I read his post: - he had super good thoughts here, I hope we carry them out one day!!
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othermaciej Apr 20
This is incredibly creepy. Read the whole thread.
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