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PayPal 2FA Bypass
IPFS is the distributed web
The Best Way to Not Get Tenure
Exposing high-end poker cheating devices
China’s plan to organize its society relies on ‘big data’ to rate everyone
AT&T reaches deal to buy Time Warner for more than $80B
The Open Steno Project
How we built a Smart Office system based on Raspberry Pi
Freeablo – An open-source Diablo engine
What Does Nevada’s $35B Fund Manager Do All Day? Nothing
When Your Screen Breaks in the Himalayas
Mixcrate shuts down
Tardigrades Can Survive Almost Anything, and Now We Know How
Hackers say Friday's massive DDoS attacks were just a dry run
Proposing an Incremental Java EE Roadmap
Netflix Denominator: Portably control DNS clouds using Java or bash
How BitTorrent Works
Lynk and Co automotive unveil, specifications
Cooperative Domain Name System
Air India creates record by flying 15,300 kilometres in 14.5 hours non stop
When a Chinese PhD Student Meets a German Supervisor [pdf]
Simulating a Xerox Alto with the ContrAlto Simulator: Games and Smalltalk
Using the KVM API
Thousands of California soldiers forced to repay enlistment bonuses
How can you tell if someone is kind? Ask how rich they are
The Missing Link: Explaining ELF Static Linking, Semantically [pdf]
A Professor Who Was Right About Index Funds All Along
LibVMI: virtual machine introspection
All Tesla Cars Being Produced Now Have Full Self-Driving Hardware
Following the Dyn attack: Short DNS Record TTL And Centralization Are Serious Risks For The Internet
Steve Wozniak's assembly didn't need no stinking wide screen.
The winding path of being a developer (too real!)
Hacked IoT devices powered Internet outage
This Summer in Redox - The Rust Operating System
testcafe - Automated browser testing for the modern web development stack
Deep Learning papers reading roadmap
Analysis of Mirai source code, the IoT malware used in DDos attack on Dyn
Go GC proposal: Eliminate STW stack re-scanning
StrangeCPU - a slightly different kind of a CPU featuring a novel token machine
Rust roadmap for 2017 (RFC)
What happens when your laptop screen breaks at the Himalayas
Linux kernel fix for privilege escalation vulnerability due to copy on write race condition
At what point does integer overflow become undefined behavior?
Dyn post mortem
Symmetric multi-processing, multi-threading and synchronisation explained
The Nim Ray Tracer Project – Part 4: Calculating Box Normals
PyData DC 2016 - Slides and code from the talks
Slack bot that supplements github-slack integration
Limits of Property based tests
Container technologies: docker, rkt, orchestration, kubernetes, GKE and AWS Container Service
Type-madness, Part 1: Enforcing simple constraints with types -- My Musings
Microservices? Please, Don't
Functional programming in Bash
The Chicago Cubs are heading to the World Series for the first time since 1945.
The Pink-necked green pigeon is pretty cool
Work smarter, not harder.
This is what happened to German helmets after WWII
This Raccoon got drunk after pillaging an alcohol warehouse.
At 10 months old, I think he finally outgrew me
My son bought a kids coding book and is making his first game.
TIL that newborn ducks will take on the characteristics of the first animal they see. If the first animal they see is a human, then they will think they're human and grow up thinking they're human. This is called "imprinting" and it's the natural instinct to follow the first thing they see.
This restaurant strategically placed a tortilla chip so the taco and beans don't touch each other
Google autocomplete: "When will [country] ...?" [OC]
LPT: Don't try to be nice by waving someone through an intersection when you have the right of way. By altering the expected flow of traffic, you decrease traffic efficiency and predictability while increasing chances of an accident.
The surface of Venus
The US told Ecuador to give Wikileaks 'an eviction notice,' according to intelligence officials
Teen beaten to death at church counselling session, pastor pleads guilty
First light hitting the Matterhorn Switzerland [3000 x2500
A mathematician stumbles home drunk at 3 a.m.
Mushrooms can eat oil: agricultural land remediation method which involves 'planting' fungus.
TIFU BY nearly cauterized my butt hole shut.
PsBattle: this self-righteous fucking kitten
My parents in the early 70s, feat. my dad in a shirt w mom's name on it
"$gecko," acrylic on a buck
[WP] "God" is actually two people: one who is omnipotent but not omniscient, and the other who is omniscient but not omnipotent. They both hate each other.
A hamster that was born hairless due to a genetic mutation now has a warm sweater to get her through the winter thanks to a knitting staff member at the oregon humane society
What's the dumbest thing you did as a teenager?
i made a coffee table.
Android 7.0 for Developers: New Features, Performance Upgrades & Other Stuff You Won’t Care About
The 10 Most Common Mistakes iOS Developers Don't Know They're Making
Webpack or Browserify & Gulp: Which Is Better?
How To Improve ASP.NET App Performance In Web Farm With Caching
The Definitive Guide to DateTime Manipulation
Vehicle UIs of the Future Are Going to Be Amazing
Everything You Need to Know about UX Sketching
How Much Coding Should Designers Know?
How Hibernate Almost Ruined My Career
How Sequel and Sinatra Solve Ruby’s API Problem
The 10 Most Common Mistakes That WordPress Developers Make
The Six Commandments of Good Code: Write Code that Stands the Test of Time
Presenting Design Work: The Right Way
Meet RxJava: The Missing Reactive Programming Library for Android
Celebrating 25 Years of Linux Kernel Development
Ten Kotlin Features To Boost Android Development
Amazing Travel UIs
Java in the Cloud: Continuous Integration Setup Tutorial
The Duel: React Native vs. Cordova
Spectacular Crowdfunding Fails And Their Impact On Entrepreneurship
Why Should Java Developers Give Grails a Chance?
Usability for Conversion: Stop Using Fads, Start Using Data
Meet Ecto, The No-Compromise Database Wrapper For Concurrent Elixir Apps
Social Network APIs: The Internet’s Portal to the Real World
Alternative Housing Lifestyles for Remote Workers
Write Tests That Matter: Tackle The Most Complex Code First
Design In A Remote Setting: A Toptal Design Talk
How to Build a Multitenant Application: A Hibernate Tutorial
A New Way of Using Email for Support Apps: An AWS Tutorial
How CrunchBase Should Be Designed
How to Make a Human Crossbow
Hackaday Prize Entry: The Fog – The Cloud At Ground Level
Making A Cassette Mass Storage Interface
Impressive Pi System Controls Large Office
Codebender Shuts Down
Hackenings: Burbank and Cairo
Supercapacitor Uses No Carbon
Dyn Executive Responds To Friday's DDOS Attack
Feds Walk Into a Building, Demand Everyone's Fingerprints To Open Phones
Quantum Researchers Achieve 10-Fold Boost In Superposition Stability
Should Journalists Ignore Some Leaked Emails?
New Text Adventures Compete In 22nd 'Interactive Fiction Competition'
New Smart Guns Will Have Fingerprint Readers
Journalist Cleared of Riot Charges in South Dakota
Canonical Names Ubuntu Linux 17.04 'Zesty Zapus'
John McAfee Thinks North Korea Hacked Dyn, and Iran Hacked the DNC
Super Mario 'Speed Runners' Are Setting New World Records
Rust Implements An IDE Protocol From Red Hat's Collaboration With Microsoft and Codenvy
Will Tesla Install Home Solar Panels To Charge Cars?
'Anonymous' Hacker Indicted As His Hunger Strike Continues
Google Has Quietly Dropped Ban On Personally Identifiable Web Tracking
Cisco Develops System To Automatically Cut-Off Pirate Video Streams
Chinese tech giants bet on "Uber for bikes": Ofo raised $130M, while MoBike raised $100M according to sources (Sijia Jiang/Reuters)
How a design trend to reduce the contrast between text and its background, driven by Apple's and Google's guidelines, is making text harder to read online (Kevin Marks/Backchannel)
How hackers used malicious short URLs hidden in fake Google emails to break into John Podesta's and Colin Powell's Gmail accounts (Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai/Motherboard)
AT&T-Time Warner deal will likely face tougher regulatory scrutiny and higher political hurdles than earlier Comcast-NBCUniversal deal (New York Times)
AT&T announces a half-stock, half-cash deal to acquire Time Warner, valuing the company at $85.4B (AT&T)
Source: AT&T has agreed to buy Time Warner for more than $80B (Michael J. de la Merced/New York Times)
Israeli self-driving car startup Oryx announces $17M Series A led by Bessemer Venture Partners, for development of its non-LiDAR-based depth-sensing technology (Gedalyah Reback/GeekTime)
Walmart to invest $50M in New Dada, a Chinese online grocery and delivery firm that has over 25M registered customers and delivers in over 300 cities (Adam Jourdan/Reuters)
India's Wipro pays $500M to acquire US-based cloud consulting firm Appirio, which works closely with Salesforce and Workday and had raised about $111M (Ingrid Lunden/TechCrunch)
David Bunnell, founder of PC Magazine, PC World, and Macworld, and a social activist, died Tuesday in Berkeley, CA, at age 69 (Harry McCracken/Fast Company)
Researchers: Friday's internet outage, caused by DDoS attack on DynDNS, was powered in part by a Mirai-based botnet of DVRs and cameras with XiongMai components (Brian Krebs/Krebs on Security)
Why AT&T would want to buy Time Warner: content packaged with data connections, a shrinking DirecTV business, and competition with Verizon, Facebook, and Google (Peter Kafka/Recode)
Man arrested in Czech Republic, Yevgeniy Nikulin, indicted in US on charges related to hacking of LinkedIn, Dropbox, and Formspring in 2012 (Joseph Cox/Motherboard)
Visa announces 2017 pilot of Visa B2B Connect, a business-to-business payment platform based on Chain's blockchain technology (Stan Higgins/CoinDesk)
Dyn says today's DDoS attack on its DNS service came from tens of millions of IPs, and involved a botnet IoT devices compromised by Mirai malware (Lily Hay Newman/Wired)
AT&T Is Buying Time Warner Because the Future is Google
Falling Into the Wormhole Connecting Physics and Education
The New Dirk Gently Show Is Nothing Like the Books, But It’s Still a Blast
In Nevada, Latino Groups Are Finding the Voters Data Can’t
No, Facebook, ‘Diversity’ Doesn’t Explain Your Support of Thiel
Three Ways to Bring Solar Power to the People Who Need It Most
Apps Are Bringing Fans Closer to the NFL Than Ever Before
Look at This Outer Reach of Space, Where Wind Hits 6 Million MPH
Why Videogame Actors Just Went on Strike
Snag an Ultra-Wide Dell Display Plus a $100 Gift Card for $292
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