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Greg Lewis on Twitter: "In the summer of 1978 two former members of a B-17 crew met to discuss their escape from death in a raid on Kassel in 1943. Sitting on a porch in New York, co-pilot Bohn Fawkes turned to his navigator Elmer "Benny" Bendiner & said: “Remember we were hit with 20mm shells?” 1/9"

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UniFi Dream Machine – Ubiquiti Inc.

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GitHub - charliesome/rustboot: A tiny 32 bit kernel written in Rust

Skip to content Why GitHub? Features → Code review Project management Integrations Actions Packages Security Team management Hosting Customer stories → Security → Enterprise Explore Explore GitHub → Topics Collections Trending Learning Lab Open source guides Events Community forum GitHub Education Marketplace Pricing Plans → Compare plans Contact Sales Nonprofit → Education → '"` </textarea></xmp> In this repository All GitHub ↵ Jump to ↵ No suggested jump to results In this repository All GitHub ↵ Jump to ↵ In this repository All GitHub ↵ Jump to ↵ Sign in Sign up charliesome / rustboot Watch 95 Star 1.3k Fork 221 Code Issues 6 Pull requests 2 Actions Projects 0 Wiki Security Insig...

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Why the Sorbet typechecker is fast - Made of Bugs

<![endif] Made of Bugs Archives Subscribe Author Jan 23, 2020 This is the second in an indefinite series of posts about things that I think went well in the Sorbet project. The previous one covered our testing approach. Sorbet is fast. Numerous of our early users commented specifically on how fast it was, and how much they appreciated this speed. Our informal benchmarks on Stripe’s codebase clocked it as typechecking around 100,000 lines of code per second per core, making it one of the fastest production typecheckers we are aware of. In this post, I want to explore some of the reasons for Sorbet’s performance. 🔗︎ Sorbet is written in C++. We chose C++ for a number of reasons, but performance was definitely one of them. We knew from the start of the project that we wanted to build a fast tool, and believed C++ would give us our best shot at doing so. Writing ...

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nijotz-irl

This is a dumb hack, we should only have one or the other from the the template context, so only one of the following will be rendered. DONT TELL ANYONE HOW I LIVE ...

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vn on Twitter: "Cisco rations VPNs for staff as strain of 100,000+ home workers hits its network https://t.co/aVyczqLr95 via @theregister"

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Arvind Narayanan on Twitter: "Let's make this simple: Zoom is malware.… "

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Beast Tamer and Iron Maiden Challenge | StrongFirst

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sleeplessbeastie's notes

How to disable mitigations for CPU vulnerabilities .entry-header-wrap by Milosz Galazka on March 27, 2020 and tagged with Ubuntu , Focal Fossa .entry-meta .entry-header Disable mitigations for CPU vulnerabilities. Read more... .entry-content .post How to unmount stale NFS share .entry-header-wrap by Milosz Galazka on March 25, 2020 and tagged with Networking , systemd , NFS , Debian , Buster .entry-meta .entry-header Unmount not accessible NFS share that still has open files. Read more... .entry-content .post How to log every executed command .entry-header-wrap by Milosz Galazka on March 23, 2020 and tagged with System management , Enhanced security , Debian , Buster .entry-meta .entry-header Log every executed command to syslog. Read more... .entry-content .post How to install CouchDB .entry-header-wrap by Milosz Galazka on March ...

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mjf’s gists · GitHub

Skip to content '"` </textarea></xmp> All gists Back to GitHub Sign in Sign up Instantly share code, notes, and snippets. Matouš Jan Fialka mjf Unix and network operator @ligatura Prague, Czech republic http://mjf.cz/ Block or report user '"` </textarea></xmp> Hide content and notifications from this user. Learn more about blocking users Block user Contact Support about this user’s behavior. Learn more about reporting abuse Report abuse View GitHub Profile Sort: Recently created Sort options Recently created Least recently created Recently updated Least recently updated All gists 130 Forked 1 Starred 20 1 file 0 forks 0 comments 0 stars mjf / rfc6349 Last active Feb 25, 2020 Calculate RFC6349 values View rfc6349 #! /bi...

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This is not my first rodeo (real talk about getting through this) – InBLOGnito

Skip to content InBLOGnito .site-branding .site-heading emerging trends in technology and intelligence .col-width #masthead Raq March 20, 2020 March 20, 2020 Featured Post , Futurism , Off-Topic Ramblings .entry-meta Previous .entry-header .post-hero-image After a lifetime career of serving the United States overseas as a federal employee and the spouse of a federal employee Foreign Service Officer, I’ve lived through fatal pandemics, lockdowns, and years of nothing on grocery store shelves. My family made it through, and you can too. Here’s what I’ve learned. We served in Caracas, Venezuela a few years ago, spanning the transition from Chavez to Maduro. When we arrived, things were pretty bad – in fact, worse than we’d be led to believe – and we were now in a country facing deep shortages and gripped by fear, uncertainty, and anger. When we arriv...

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A simple function for your bashrc to track time into a dotfile. · GitHub

Skip to content '"` </textarea></xmp> All gists Back to GitHub Sign in Sign up Instantly share code, notes, and snippets. colby / Time tracking bash function Last active Aug 29, 2015 Star 0 Fork 2 Code Revisions 2 Forks 2 Embed What would you like to do? Embed Embed this gist in your website. Share Copy sharable link for this gist. Clone via HTTPS Clone with Git or checkout with SVN using the repository’s web address. Learn more about clone URLs Download ZIP A simple function for your bashrc to track time into a dotfile. Raw Time tracking bash function now() { $file="$HOME/.now" if [[ -z $@ ]]; then today="$(date "+%Y-%m-%d")" grep --color=never $today $file | cut -d' ' -f2- else stamp="$(date "+%Y-...

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DIY Kettlebell in Under 2 Minutes

Cart Dropdown HOME Home Gym Best Equipment Training DIY Equipment & Descriptions About DIY By Tim Kessler Kettlebells are literally an all-in-one gym. It is very easy to make your own homemade DIY kettlebell in under 2 minutes. It is one of the smartest tools you can use to increase strength, cardiovascular capacity, and lose weight. More and more people are including kettlebells in their workouts and gyms are adding them to their equipment repertoire as more and more people see the benefits of kettlebell training. Whether or not you have a gym membership, having a kettlebell at home gives you more options, plus a DIY kettlebell will work just as well any other kettlebell you can buy. Don’t have much time? No Problem! Kettlebell swings are a great way to add in extra exercise if you only have a few minutes. Or you can per...

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ronnie mcdonnie on Twitter: "with everyone on lockdown, the lime scooters are finally returning to the river. nature is healing, we are the virus.… https://t.co/DieBk5FP9f"

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The Deadliest Flu: The Complete Story of the Discovery and Reconstruction of the 1918 Pandemic Virus | Pandemic Influenza (Flu) | CDC

Skip directly to site content Skip directly to page options Skip directly to A-Z link Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. CDC twenty four seven. Saving Lives, Protecting People Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. CDC twenty four seven. Saving Lives, Protecting People Search <label id="headerSearchLabel" for="headerSearch"><span class="sr-only">Search</span></label> × Submit For a full list of topics: A-Z Index Influenza (Flu) section nav area Section Navigation CDC Home Breadcrumbs Page Share Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Syndicate Page Content Wrap Content Visual Element, this is what was the site identity in TP3 Page Title/Section Nav (mobile) Español Related Pages By Douglas Jordan with contributions from Dr...

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