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Alex Russell
Chrome's Project Fugu TL 🐡 & Web Standards TL "Probably not wrong about everything" -- Named PWAs w/ ; probably making her ☕
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Alex Steffen 5h
Wow! Denmark ups its game, committing to a 70% cut in climate emissions... by 2030. And, apparently, that's measured from 1990 levels!
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Alex Russell 21h
It's a scandal that the Times failed to mention this is only happening because of a Trump admin policy change to detain, which is *entirely unnecessary*: "Migrant Children Are Moved Out of Filthy, Crowded Border Station":
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Alex Russell 22h
Lifetime-ago code security auditor wishes to associate himself with these comments
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Martin Baccardax Jun 25
If I have this right, Johnson will use "creative ambiguity" on paying the £39 billion owed to the EU while *simultaneously" seeking political goodwill from Brussels in order to come to a new agreement on the Irish border. Yeah, that''ll work.
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Mike West Jun 25
Chrome's privacy and web platform security teams are hiring in Munich, Germany. There's a (very) generic job posting at , but I would be thrilled to chat more specifically with anyone about the work I'm hoping to get done. DMs are open!
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Alex Russell Jun 25
Replying to @danbucholtz
If it's the second...hrmm... isn't it the lender's responsibility to weigh risks? Borrowers don't employ actuaries, lenders do.
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Alex Russell Jun 25
Replying to @danbucholtz
If it's the first, I'm with you, but the answer would be "likelihood of forgiveness is not 100%, and lenders would close tills if it were"
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Alex Russell Jun 25
Replying to @danbucholtz
It's hard to know how to read this: - cheering on affordable college? - debt morality play? - misattributed fiduciary responsibility in lending?
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Alex Russell Jun 24
Classes were only ever a first stop. We wanted traits as a better form of Nixon's when we went into the debate in '11. TC39 is the closest thing humanity has yet invented to a stasis pod.
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Alex Russell Jun 23
Replying to @anaisbetts
Over and above chrome:tracing?
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Alex Russell Jun 23
Replying to @scottjenson @grigs
Yeah, this smells like a job for the permissions API. Can you file a crbug?
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Isaac Chotiner Jun 22
New Interview: I talked to one of the lawyers who spent her week with immigrant children, many of them separated from their families, at a border facility. The conditions are horrific.
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Jessica Valenti Jun 22
If there were pictures of little blonde children sleeping on cement floors covered in their own filth, it would take all of 24 hours to get them out
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Dmitry Grozoubinski Jun 22
The EU declaring, again, explicitly and at very high level, that no Article XXIV agreement is coming to prevent tariffs in a No-Deal. I don't know how they can make this any clearer.
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Alex Russell Jun 22
Current R posturing — in which one gets outsized credit for being seen to adopt mainstream strategic-delay proposals from previous generations (cap-and-trade, obama-care) — simply serves to highlight why the whole crop of bums needs to be voted out.
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Alex Russell Jun 22
Replying to @grigs
i have many feels about the idea that user-activation is a “solution”...none of them are printable.
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Alex Russell Jun 22
Me, RN, going on holiday for two weeks.
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Alex Russell Jun 22
Replying to @polotek
I don't dare ask how they're reckoning with redlining and exclusionary zoning...
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David Simon Jun 22
The Hague waits on us.
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Alex Russell Jun 22
Replying to @GalaxyKate
"the library system approach to consensus, but for ledgers and people who really hate librarians"
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