"Most modern browsers... have vulnerabilities that allow hosts of malicious websites to extract hundreds to thousands of URLs in a user’s web history, per new research from the University of California San Diego...
The only browser that was immune to the attacks was Tor Browser"
Yup, sounds about right.
Mark Miller wrote a very nice tribute on that page. Another nice tribute is Mark's introduction to Norm's keynote at last year's ocap conference. If you don't watch the talk, the first few minutes of Mark explaining the important of Norm's work is quite good https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hEDCXTpx0R8&list=PLCq8mSCP664TUdgHl1cD5sDiAmrDoio2p
Really the only upside to @mlemweb and I being separated for four months is that she doesn't have to listen to me putting on soma.fm's holiday music stations until the end of the year
Doodles from my notebook Show more
"Put it on my ... library card"
really need to convert to a more principled and explicit rather than ad-hoc approach to my guix user profile... it's annoying to remember all the packages I installed
At least having my configuration for the guix system meant reinstalling all the system packages and doing system configuration was a a breeze
Please boost widely !
Also, before I go offline to replace this thing, want to mention that I'll be at the Boston Lisp usergroup tonight (well, unless something goofy happens) https://common-lisp.net/project/boston-lisp/ Pretty exciting talk about migrating code there tonight by the Gambit Scheme main dev. Maybe see you there?
self antipatterns Show more
so much shit I haven't taken care of for myself because I quietly believe that if I don't keep churning forward on these other things I'm failing everyone