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Security Onion – A Linux distro for intrusion detection
Intel Software Guard Extensions for Linux
To mitigate poverty, Y Combinator set to launch minimum income plan
Dating Ancient Papyri
Subuser: Docker on the Desktop
Infrastructure Software is Dead
Rust Belt Rust Conference session abstracts are now available
A Quirky Function
Apple EFI firmware passwords and the SCBO myth
Intro to kernel debugging
How to Backdoor Diffie-Hellman
I'm Peter Roberts, immigration attorney who does work for YC and startups. AMA
“Oculus removed the headset check from the DRM in Oculus Runtime 1.5”
Finding an ATM Skimmer: It pays to be paranoid
Build Your First Thing with WebAssembly
Is the European Union Like the Roman Empire?
Norway–European Union relations
Facebook Bug – Delete Any Video
Is your personality fixed, or can you change who you are?
Comparison between Rust and D
Golo – a lightweight dynamic language for the JVM
Why Does Software Rot?
Comodo has filed for express abandonment of LetsEncrypt trademark applications
My God, it's full of yaks
Build your own 6502 Microprocessor Kit
Sturgeon seeks Brussels talks to protect Scotland's EU membership
UK votes to leave EU
The problem with reinforced concrete
Why so many developers hate recruiters
How the PostgreSQL transaction wraparound can take down an entire cluster
Deleting unused Django media files
Linux lockfile explained, how to use them the easy or hard way
I made this 512 byte snake game in pure assembly, what do you think?
The Development of the C Language by Dennis M. Ritchie
From file-sharing to prison: A Megaupload programmer tells his story. Programmer Andrew Nõmm: "I had to be made an example of as a warning to all IT people."
Dolphin 5.0 Release
How to stop scaring off candidates with your Code Challenges
Incremental API takeover with Haskell Servant
A complete introduction to docker for beginners
What happens if you take dependency injection and bake it into a programming language?
Myths of learning to code
Make sure a program never hangs.
Transaction Oriented Collector (TOC) - Go's next GC. [repost from /r/golang]
tbox: v1.5.2 released
A comparison between Rust and D
Node streams - a fractal of weird design
PowerNex: a kernel written in the D Programming Language
Intro to kernel debugging 1 - MSDN
Non-Mathematical Feature Engineering techniques for Data Science
Arco, a new solver that, given a dynamical system specification in the form of a set of differential equations, generates physically realizable configurations for programmable analog devices that are algebraically equivalent to the specified system [PDF]
Go: Data-Driven or Parameterized Tests
STGi: Visual STG implementation to help understand Haskell's execution model
The zoo where tourists are caged.
Cop isn't looking, now's my chance!
Vietnam War reporter Michael Herr, who helped write ‘Apocalypse Now’ and ‘Full Metal Jacket,’ dies at 76; His widely praised 1977 book “Dispatches,” one of the most powerful works about the ravages of combat, instantly entered the pantheon of great war literature.
I spent my early 20's trying to get new games to play on old computers and I spent my late 30's trying to get old games to play on new computers
Petition for second EU referendum reaches 1,000,000 signatures.
A performance artist lets strangers fondle her breasts and her vagina [NSFW]
What part of Reddit culture annoys you?
TIL in Iceland, belief in elves is still prevalent enough to hinder building projects. In Dec of 2013, Elf Advocates urged the Icelandic Road and Coastal Commission to abandon a highway project for fear of disturbing an elf habitat that includes an elf church.
Close Up Picture Of Ladybug After Morning Dew
Good lord, "Big Trouble in Little China" is one of the best action/comedy movies ever shot
LPT: If you have a new job, and a particular employee pulls you aside to give you the inside scoop and gossip on other employees, it's probably the gossiper him/herself of whom you should be the most wary.
This truck looks like it came out of a wormhole
I'm still the best!
Brexit: German Foreign Office tweets it is headed to an Irish pub 'to get decently drunk'
Get excited because we are now editing human DNA to cure cancer
The United States and Britain are having a competition on who can fuck themselves up the most.
Bernie Worrell, keyboardist for Parliament-Funkadelic, dies at 72
Breast Size From Around the World: American Women Have the Largest Boobs [OC]
French girl and her cat, 1959
Michigan's drug-testing welfare program has yielded zero positive results so far
Summit Lake, WA [OC][5933x2786]
Man Raises $103K for Teen Who Offered to Help Carry Groceries
Xherdan Shaqiri's insane bicycle kick goal vs. Poland
Testing Your Go App: Get Started The Right Way
Scaling Scala: How to Dockerize Using Kubernetes
Gulp: A Web Developer's Secret Weapon for Maximizing Site Speed
Keep Calm And Transition To A New Development Team
Boost Your Data Munging with R
Get Your Angular 2 On: Upgrading from 1.5
Web Audio API: Why Compose When You Can Code?
Bidirectional Relationship Support in JSON
Produce DWGs Like It's 2016: Teigha For Architecture
UX Testing For The Masses: Keep It Simple And Cost Effective
Write Code to Rewrite Your Code: jscodeshift
Sharpen Your Skills: The Value of Multidisciplinary Design
Get Your Hands Dirty With Scala JVM Bytecode
Rise Of Automated Trading: Machines Trading S&P 500
Sass Mixins: Keep Your Stylesheets DRY
Jumpstart Your PHP Testing with Codeception
Design A Better Website: Foundations First
The 10 Most Common Mistakes That Unity Developers Make
Productivity On The Road: Work Full-Time, Travel Solo, Have Fun
Clustering Algorithms: From Start To State Of The Art
The Art Of Meaningful UX Design
Going Guerrilla: Affordable UX Research Tips And Alternatives
Who Knew Adobe CC Could Wireframe?
Usability Past Its Breaking Point: A Toptal Design Talk
HTTP Request Testing: A Developer's Survival Tool
Express, Koa, Meteor, Sails.js: Four Frameworks Of The Apocalypse
Declarative Programming: Is It A Real Thing?
Using Scala.js With NPM And Browserify
Introduction To Concurrent Programming: A Beginner's Guide
Crowdfunding: A Wireless Oscilloscope
Easy Bubble Watch Oozes Retro Charm
Reverse Engineering the McDonald’s French Fry
Touchpad Remote MIDI/Analog Controller Rocks
Hackaday Prize Entry: A 400MHz Modem
A Fountain of Superhydrophobic Art
Autonomous Musical Soundscapes from 42 Fans and 7 Lasers
Java, PHP, NodeJS, and Ruby Tools Compromised By Severe Swagger Vulnerability
From File-Sharing To Prison: The Story of a Jailed Megaupload Programmer
Snowden Finally Identified As Target of Investigation That Ended Lavabit
NASA Approves Five More Years For Hubble Space Telescope
Sweden Tests World's First Electric Road For Trucks
New Apps Let Women Obtain Birth Control Without Visiting a Doctor
Robot Pizza Company 'Zume' Wants To Be 'Amazon of Food'
Scientists Force Computer To Binge On TV Shows and Predict What Humans Will Do
NASCAR Team Pays Ransomware Fee To Recover Files Worth $2 Million
You Could Be Paid To Post Snapchat Selfies With Products, Patent Filing Suggests
Oculus Ditches DRM Hurdle, Allows HTC Vive Games On Rift Again
Surface 3 Stocks Dwindling As Microsoft Plans System's Demise
Valve Faces Lawsuit Over Video Game Gambling
Apple Won't Collect Your Data For Its AI Services Unless You Let It
Netflix to Soon Let Users Download Videos, Says Report
A look at the ethical and logistical issues of preserving social media for future reference (Jenna Wortham/New York Times)
Xiaomi struggles to expand abroad as its smartphone sales in China decline and ecosystem growth misses forecasts, making some question its $45B valuation (Scott Cendrowski/Fortune)
Facebook to Provide 'Political Bias' Training for Employees (Rob Bluey/The Daily Signal)
Facebook hires Kevin Lo, former general manager of Google Fiber, to join its connectivity team (Recode)
Source: Google is building a live support app with screen-sharing for Nexus devices (David Ruddock/Android Police)
Amazon presenting engineers additional job offers at fast-growing divisions like AWS, Alexa when hiring managers from other Amazon divisions first make offers (Business Insider)
YouTube Red acquires its first big-budget Hollywood-produced series, based on dance drama Step Up from Lionsgate (Brooks Barnes/New York Times)
Source: smaller HTC Nexus will have 5-inch 1080p display, 4GB of RAM, 2770mAh battery, 12MP rear and 8MP front camera, quad-core 2.0GHz 64-bit CPU (David Ruddock/Android Police)
Apple clarifies differential privacy will be opt-in for iOS 10; data collected for user-added local dictionary words, emojis, deep links, lookup hints in notes (Ina Fried/Recode)
Qualcomm files a patent infringement lawsuit in China against Meizu (Ian King/Bloomberg)
In latest update, Oculus removes DRM that stopped Rift games from being played on HTC Vive, says it will not use hardware checks as part of DRM on PC anymore (Sam Machkovech/Ars Technica)
Researchers find Chrome vulnerability that may allow hackers to download videos from streaming sites like Netflix or Amazon Prime (Kim Zetter/Wired)
Twitter starts rolling-out Foursquare-powered location-tagged tweet feeds on iOS (Josh Constine/TechCrunch)
Wikimedia Foundation appoints Katherine Maher, earlier its Chief Communications Officer, as Executive Director (Wikimedia blog)
Google's RankBrain machine learning system is now used to process every search query, up from processing less than 15% of the queries last year (Danny Sullivan/Search Engine Land)
Security News This Week: Brexit Edition (Hey, at Least Bitcoin Is OK)
This Is One Seriously Cool Garage-Door Opener. Seriously.
How the House Sit-In Went Down, From the People Who Made It Happen
Brexit Could Make Space Boffins All Topsy Wopsy, Innit?
A Gold-Leaf Brain Lights Up With the Awesome Complexity of Neurons
A Few Thor: Ragnarok Updates, Straight From Its Director
While You Were Offline: What Twitter Talks About When It’s Not Talking Brexit
Space Photos of the Week: A Star Cluster Gets Patriotic
Twitter Burn: The Independence Day Kids Get the Last Laugh
Think Culture Is a Space Opera? Nah, It’s a Trojan Horse
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