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Saturday, 16. February 12019
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Global Shark* Tracker.

OCEARCH is a non-profit organization with a global reach for unprecedented research on great white sharks and other large apex predators.

* and Tortoise

This person does not exist.*

digg.com got some background.

* …but it looks a lot like Patton Oswald, doesn’t it?

DNS over HTTPS? Not so fast…

The big DNS Privacy Debate at FOSDEM.

Given what we now know about the relative risks and benefits of DoC, it seems utterly unwarranted to decide that users should give their DNS to Google or Cloudflare because there is no credible claim it will actually improve their lives.

Just deserts. A lengthy but worthwhile dialog about free will.

Can we be held morally responsible for our actions? Yes, says Daniel Dennett. No, says Gregg Caruso. Reader, you decide.*

* Given there is free will, I assume.

Coda. A doc as powerful as an app.

Documents and spreadsheets haven’t changed in over 40 years. It’s time for the next generation of makers to break the grid.

Experience the Nightwatch. An interactive masterpiece.

Another rabbit hole to go.

Just learned about Hack The Box where everyone can try out (or maybe even acquire) their hacking skills.

Found via 0xrick.github.io where an infosec enthusiast and security researcher keeps records of his 0wnz at HTB.

Relevant: How to secure a Linux server.

Lítla Dímun: The Tiny Island With Its Own Personal Cloud.

The Internet Was Built on the Free Labor of Open Source Developers. Is That Sustainable?

“I’m looking at you, Fortune 1000 companies (…) The ones who include OpenSSL in your products that you sell for profit. The ones who nag us for free consulting services when you can’t figure out how to use it. The ones who have never lifted a finger to contribute to the open source community that gave you this gift.”

Relevant: No, you can’t take open-source code back!

Friday, 8. February 12019
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How To Architect A Complex Web Table.

Tables frequently appear on the web but aren’t easy to design and code. This illustrated guide explains the table anatomy and how to build a table, keeping in mind its future elaboration.