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— Kay Savetz (@KaySavetz) October 22, 2021

Had an interesting conversation with a restaurant manager today. Apparently because COVID has changed hours for restaurants and they were not evenly updating services the big listing services are scraping each other, so...

— Aram Zucker-Scharff (@Chronotope) October 17, 2021

Remember the refrain: β€žThere is no data, only software at restβ€œ. NFTs are essentially a weird form of linking to content and - surprise - that content can be malware, stealing your fantasy coins. Via @glynmoody

— 😷 Jan Wildeboer (@jwildeboer) October 17, 2021

So, to recap, a @stltoday journalist found gaping holes in a Missouri website that left teachers' Social Security numbers exposed and told the state before running the story. In response, the governor has launched a police investigation into the reporter.

— Laura J. Nelson πŸ¦… (@laura_nelson) October 14, 2021

Waymo's Self-Driving Cars Are Mysteriously Flocking to a Dead-End Street in San Francisco

— Gizmodo (@Gizmodo) October 14, 2021

"The impact is that each byte in the RNG seed has a 97% chance of being 0 due to incorrect conversion. When it is not, the bytes are 0 through 9."

— Juliano Rizzo (@julianor) October 11, 2021

learning some incredibly chaotic hardware design facts about the IBM PC AT

— yves adele fartlow (@vogon) October 8, 2021

found a cool comment in the rust compiler today

— π“ƒ­π“‡‹π“Šƒπ“„Ώπ“ (@mycoliza) October 7, 2021

Show more options is just the old right click with mostly the same options πŸ’€

— frug (@krazyfrog) October 6, 2021

it looks like Twitch has been hacked in a massive breach. A 125GB file reportedly includes Twitch source code, details on creator $$$ payouts, and even a Steam competitor. Full details here:

— Tom Warren (@tomwarren) October 6, 2021

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