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github.com/galaxyhaxz/deviluti thats crazy 1 as reverse engineered code :D on github :D

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remember when the internet was fun and full of possibilities? yknow how now it's a miserable hell? reminder that what happened is that capitalism colonized it and now it's just as shitty as everything else capitalism's got its hooks in

like. seo, algorithms, targeted advertising: these are all DESIGNED to keep you from finding some weirdo's X-Files fan page or geocities star trek web ring. I would 1000x rather find those than tweets from the u.s. president, yet here we are #thankscapitalism

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The amount of effort Rust programmers have put into reimplementing every thing is nothing short of astonishing. Some call it progress. I personally call it reinventing the wheel.

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Oh look, Theo de Raadt seems to confirm my feeling regarding Intel Hyperthreading that I tooted about yesterday:


See also this discussion/rant (with @mulander @cynicalsecurity @csirac2) about Hyperthreading from January:


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Yesterday at work some of the visitors played various versions of Bella cìao while playing table tennis. The revolution is coming.
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@jk You gotta plug in a third keyboard and mouse to balance out the existing two.

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wow i'm getting an oportunity :D

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Thank you #OpenBSD for disabling HyperThreading on Intel. I could not agree more.

HyperThreading was a mis-guided attempt at improving performance of Java threads by copying the SPARC processors without having the SPARC architecture… as usual with these marketing-driven issues it is coming back to bite Intel (and us…).

I never, literally never, ran a piece of code benefitting from HyperThreading nor ever heard anyone brag about it.

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What's a good program for translating between different languages?

I'm trying to move away from google translate and compute locally instead.

#freesoftware #lazyweb

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We're back!

In case you are wondering why we'd disable #HyperThreading on a server, check out the #OpenBSD commit message mail-archive.com/source-change

Or the article by El Reg: theregister.co.uk/2018/06/20/o

I'm Speculating(tm), but expect further news about problems in those areas...

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Blender moved its videos to PeerTube after YouTube shut them down (apparently for refusing monetization). Since it's federated, you can follow them from Mastodon. @blender

Ok i choose you :D. i like the interface :D it's so damn simple :D.

its like they said in one of my podcasts.

"Java is just the best assambler for the jvm".

Thats exactly how it feels.

writing is painfull :D. It is so verbose. Everytime i get a cool concept the language just keeps me away from finishing my problem in time.

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Qutebrowser is great, I thought it'd give me a bit of grounding to using Vim... and I actually had to use Vim today and had a grasp of how it works! Such a simple concept of switching between modes, but unless you 'get it' you're screwed.
Also, search and replace is AMAZING 😁

Sorry nano, this might be goodbye.
#yay #underutilised