But federal authorities recently screwed up and revealed the secret themselves when they published a cache of case documents but failed to redact one identifying piece of information about the target: his email address, Ed_Snowden@lavabit.com. With that, the very authorities holding the threat of jail time over Levison’s head if he said anything have confirmed what everyone had long ago presumed: that the target account was Snowden’s.
ericholscher.com/blog/2016/mar/15/dont-use-markdown-for-technical-docs/, posted 15 Mar by peter in opinion text writing
I’d like to lay out the main arguments that I have against Markdown. Hopefully this will be useful in helping you decide whether it’s a good fit for your organization. If you are considering Markdown, I hope that you also look at Asciidoctor and Sphinx. I find them to be much better toolsets for writing documentation.
twitter.com/wastholm/status/709304891106271233, posted 14 Mar by peter
Getting "unknown error" trying to log in to @Delicious (in Firefox). Is it just me or is something broken?
twitter.com/wastholm/status/708188574382862336, posted 11 Mar by peter
Five years since the quake/tsunami/nuclear accident in eastern Japan. Some recent photos of the evacuated area: https://t.co/NFj33VvPEX
wastholm.tumblr.com/post/140805200082/stockholm-nofilter, posted 10 Mar by peter in nofilter stockholm
twitter.com/wastholm/status/702873070223138817, posted 25 Feb by peter
@mist_io Thanks! I'd like to try the self-hosted version some day soon. Ish.
So these are big problems with traditional law. Agreements are ambiguous. And enforcement is hard.
Ethereum solves both these problems. It does this with the marriage of two special ingredients: a digital currency, and a complete programming language. Let's look at both.
Mist.io helps you manage and monitor your virtual machines, across different clouds, using any device that can access the web.
wastholm.tumblr.com/post/139793554007/stockholm-nofilter, posted 22 Feb by peter in nofilter stockholm
That's the verdict of a comprehensive review of the science on the subject recently published in Psychological Science in the Public Interest. The team behind the research looked at decades of studies focused on all manner of techniques and apps that promise to help you devour words at an incredible clip. Sadly, what they found is that what looks too good to be true almost certainly is.