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This weekend I finished Face -- an editor where you can edit both the the text and the font it is rendered in. Try it out at

I'm looking for critical papers/articles on collaborative office software (GDocs, Office 365), perhaps as part of platform capitalism.

Any pointers appreciated.

Hey, you know that terrible company that was scraping billions of photos off the Internet as part of thier Orwellian facial recognition tool that was being sold to police agencies? Yeah, they just got breached.

Do you think #Assange alleged offenses, charged under the US espionnage act (related to publishing entire databases of Afghanistan+Iraq warlogs, diplomatic cables, and a 16min video of the massacre in Baghdad of 18 civilians including 2 Reuters journalists) is by its nature *political*?

pls share!

#FreeAssange #DontExtraditeAssange

So I was trying to figure out how I could evaluate some from without having to rely on 'Send' or other things like that. I wanted something a bit nicer. I ended up looking into . After a bit tweaking, now I can select some python from any window and with >jupy9 this gets executed on an kernel, with the results nicely printed to another acme window. Because it's a kernel behind the scene, it also means I can have other windows running ipython consoles to interact with whatever I send to the kernel. It's pretty fun :)

Now I need to crawl back outside of this rabbit hole to remember what I was trying to do in the first place...

relevant py and sh scripts for in case that's useful for someone else:

Wrote a kind of guide to generating 3D models that can be 3D printed in openFrameworks, hope it can be helpful to someone:

Recap day 4, final day of the week on opening arguments. The proceedings will recess until May.

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So, after accusing Greta of being nothing more than the puppet of a shady propaganda campaign, the best response of climate sceptics (specifically a conservative shit tank leading promotion of climate change denial) is to actually hire and promote an "anti-Greta".

That's absolutely brilliant.

Firefox – DoH enabled by default for US users:

– Today, Mozilla enabled DNS over HTTPS (DoH) by default for users in the USA.
– DNS requests are sent to Cloudflare by default. However, NextDNS can be selected.
– Trusted DNS resolvers are listed here:

#firefox #DoH #DNS #infosec #security #cybersecurity

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