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Andy Bowers@andybowers
Some personal news: Once in a while, in the course of a long and lucky career, you’re struck by a moment of professional clarity: I’ve accomplished what I wanted to at this company, and it’s time to move on. 1/10
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Mauve 🎉@RangerMauve
Weird thought: Merkle DAG based things end up having centralized ownership due to root nodes. Stuff like #ipfs or #dat might converge on large "root nodes" acting as authorities. append-only log based things like #ssb or #cabal are more flat and local
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KORONA DAYANISMA PORTALI@KoronaPortali
Bakırköy Meydanı metro inşaatında salgına rağmen sağlıksız koşullarda çalışan işçilere, öğün olarak ise yine sağlıksız koşullarda hazırlanan 'ekmek arası ıspanak' dağıtılıyor. #HayatEveSigar mı ?
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Malte Ubl@cramforce
I've been wondering whether now is the right time for disruptive changes to the (web) ecosystem or it is better to hold them back until things return towards normal. We'll see how this goes. Stay safe out there!
John Wilander@johnwilander
The long wait is over and the latest update to Safari's Intelligent Tracking Prevention is here: Full third-party cookie blocking and more webkit.org/blog/10218/ful… Safari users, welcome to the future and a safer web!
Full Third-Party Cookie Blocking and More
This blog post covers several enhancements to Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP) in iOS and iPadOS 13.4 and Safari 13.1 on macOS to address our latest discoveries in the industry around tracking.
webkit.org
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Dave Anderson@dave_universetf
Oooooh, I get redoconf now. Which probably means I've missed something crucial that'll bite me in 5 minutes.
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Joshua Benton@jbenton
Consider this my gift to the world: Here are the daily/Sunday circulations of the largest newspapers in the United States — information that is surprisingly difficult to find online! These are all the papers with daily circulation of at least 75,000:
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Tobias Schneider@tobiaschneider
Fitness and social media company Strava releases activity heat map. Excellent for locating military bases (h/t to @Nrg8000). labs.strava.com/heatmap/#6.06/…
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Marco Arment@marcoarment
I’d give up the 5% discount to have @WholeFoods go back to the way it was before Amazon bought it. Everything else is worse now (and getting even worse). Fewer cashiers, long lines, less-consistent and messier stock, and crowded aisles full of Prime-delivery shopping agents.
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Dani Sanchez-Crespo@DaniNovarama
Día 1: Tengo algo que explicarles. Hoy acaba mi aventura. Aquí empieza mi último hilo en Twitter.
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✕✕✕✕✕@peterbourgon
I think a great rule for drawing boxes-and-lines architecture diagrams is: never have overlaps or cycles. If you can't avoid one or both, it's a sign that you're providing too much detail. Zoom out to a different conceptual level, or split the diagram up.
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David Crawshaw@davidcrawshaw
A tale from the @Tailscale build system: @apenwarr: we could use git smudge for this me: that's not a thing google: it's a thing @dave_universetf: when in doubt, use more git features @bradfitz: there are a few we're not using yet! @apenwarr: *apologizes in Canadian"
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Brad Fitzpatrick@bradfitz
Hacked up a little #golang ssh server for @Tailscale so you can ssh to a server without passwords or ssh keys. Only using network identity. (github.com/gliderlabs/ssh is still dope, @progrium!) We'd talked about it longer than it took to write. Of course, unknown% done.
gliderlabs/ssh
Easy SSH servers in Golang. Contribute to gliderlabs/ssh development by creating an account on GitHub.
github.com
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Iva Cheung@IvaCheung
Hm. Have to say I'm deeply uncomfortable with the practice of digging into a person's follows and likes to make judgments about their social or political views. For various professional and personal reasons I follow folks I disagree with. I *like* tweets I would never retweet.
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Marco Arment@marcoarment
I’m finding that Catalina introduced LOTS of little delays involving Finder integration: displaying open/save dialogs, displaying changed files, starting moves/copies, deleting files… What did they DO to this OS? It’s been declining for years, but this is an especially bad one.
Mason Sklar@masonsklar
I love waiting 3-10 seconds for new files to show up on Finder, even opening and closing windows to check if they made it
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Paul Thurrott@thurrott
Cost of Android Studio: FREE Cost of XCode: FREE Cost of Visual Studio (Professional): $45 per month or $1199 for the first year and then $799 per year after that. Which one doesn't make any freaking sense at all?
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Marco Arment@marcoarment
Spotify was already the biggest threat to podcasts. Now it’s bigger. They’re fragmenting podcasts into two worlds — Spotify’s walled garden with exclusives and ad tracking, and the open ecosystem of everyone else — to co-opt “podcasts” to imply “on Spotify”. Divide and conquer.
Jonathan Ruiz@jonjon1251
+@marcoarment how many acquisitions like this would it take to have Spotify be threatening the open format of podcasting?
Spotify Acquires Sports and Culture Site The Ringer
Site founder Bill Simmons hopes to build “the world’s flagship sports audio network”
pitchfork.com
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Shadow, Inc.@ShadowIncHQ
We sincerely regret the delay in the reporting of the results of last night’s Iowa caucuses and the uncertainty it has caused to the candidates, their campaigns, and Democratic caucus-goers.
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Marco Arment@marcoarment
I love @jsnell’s annual Six Colors Report Card for Apple. He compiles ratings and quotes from a HUGE selection of people (myself included) and puts it in context with historical data. I barely read anything anymore, but I always read this.
Apple in 2019: The Six Colors report card
It’s time for our annual look back on Apple’s performance during the past year, as seen through the eyes of writers, editors, developers, podcasters, and other people who spend an awful lot of time thinking about Apple. This is...
sixcolors.com
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Brad Fitzpatrick@bradfitz
Unemployment got boring. I'm joining @Tailscale. More: bradfitz.com/2020/01/30/joi…
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Jake Archibald@jaffathecake
(yes i am sad because an interesting side project just fell apart due to a lack of CORS headers. And no, proxying isn't an option due to the resource sizes)
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