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Links 1 through 10 of 262 by tekniklr tagged insightful

Title makes it sound like this will be awful, but it's not what you think, and it's great.

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"...For the rest of the 19th century, from what we can tell, the expression referred to absurd and unfeasible attempts to better one’s situation."

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A bunch of cables that all look identical yet do vastly different things? WHAT COULD GO WRONG

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Some good programming security advice, gathered in one place. I've been to talks where the speaker has advised trusting your own code, so obviously this stuff isn't common knowledge, yet.

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New discoveries about the human mind show the limitations of reason.

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"Human beings are good with slippery slopes: we build stairs."

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"That’s because Marlinspike said people will find that the classic dismissal of encryption. “I have nothing to hide” isn’t actually true if the government or nefarious hackers target them. Who doesn’t have an email sitting in their inbox that would embarrass them to death should it be revealed? And Marlinspike wrote that with 27,000 pages of federal statutes and 10,000 administrative regulations, “You probably do have something to hide, you just don’t know it yet.”"

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To a normal human, the padlock denoting a secure website can be indistinguishable from a purse.

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