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Congratulations, Mini, you made the stupidest turn signals ever

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JSFuck (2012)

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Former U.S. officials describe details of the CIA’s proposals to abduct Assange

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Apple’s app review prevents developer from submitting fix to game for the blind

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The Problem of Marital Loneliness

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A notable JavaScript developer shamelessly copied one of my most downloaded nod

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Category Theory Illustrated – Logic

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Why Telegram had to follow Apple and Google when they suspended a voting app

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When the FBI seizes your messages from Big Tech, you may not know it for years
 

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Shader School - An introduction to GLSL shaders that runs in your web browser

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Found a program I wrote in 1981 and decided to bring it back to life

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Operating System Development Tutorials in Rust on the Raspberry Pi

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Napster.com banned at some universities for clogging networks (2000)

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Did a Chinese hack kill Nortel? (2020)
 

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Building a Theban Lattice Stool

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Sustainable coffee grown in Finland with cellular agriculture

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Noam Chomsky on the cruelty of American imperialism

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Trusting science leaves people vulnerable to believing pseudoscience

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What will programming look like in 2020? (2012)
 

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