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The phrase "open source" (still) matters

In 1988, “Resin Identification Codes” were introduced by the plastic industry. These look exactly like the recycling symbol ♺, which is not trademarked or regulated, except that a number is enclosed within the triangle. These symbols simply identify what kin…

via Drew DeVault's blog September 16, 2022

A Safer, More Centralised Australian Internet

There are many potential criticisms of the Online Safety Act 2021 (Cth)1. While my own concerns are mostly about whether there are appropriate checks and balances on the eSafety Commissioner’s powers, I will give credit where due; the current Commissioner…

via mark nottingham September 11, 2022

Backup internet connection

Setting up a backup internet connection is trivial nowadays. All you need is a Ethernet to USB adapter and if this Ethernet adapter1 happens to not be USB-C, a USB-A to USB-C adapter. Now all you need to do is take your smartphone2 and enable “Ethernet tether…

via Sheogorath's Blog August 24, 2022

OverTheWire Advent Bonanza 2019: day-19 santa's signature

I took part in the OverTheWire Advent Bonanza 2019. All in all, the CTF was very pleasant because the challenges were interesting to solve, there was quite some time available as well (I spent about two weeks on and off on it) and I also managed to solve a f…

via Not Invented Here January 17, 2020

Ambient Burnout

In the lead-up to the UK’s last general election, I took it upon myself to campaign with my party, Labour. Most days for a few weeks this entailed going to people’s houses, trying to navigate their Murdochian talking points, and being scolded for trying t…

via HeydonWorks January 9, 2020

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