Go now defaults to attempting to fetch code dependencies from a proxy operated by Google before getting it from source. This feels a bit weird. By default, you are basically leaking the names of your dependencies when you build code.
(via @juliobiason)
codeengineered.com/blog/2019/g

@ColinTheMathmo Well, neither the Go change nor the tweet are mine, so go wild :)

Google, always showing how to NOT have an open source community.

I was expecting Google to fuck the language up a lot later, but there we go.

So, apparently, Goland 1.13 will phone home your private code unless you set THREE DIFFERENT environment variables.

10 years ago I started using ad blockers because I thought ads were annoying. Now I think that's the _least_ important reason to use them.

I think we should call them "browser firewalls." That more accurately describes their purpose.

Would you replace your existing internet provider with a community-based ISP, assuming that you'd (at the very least) keep the same speed? If so/not, why?

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Those who do not learn from history are doomed to get screwed like everyone before them.

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