YouTube is banning anti-vaccine activists and blocking all anti-vaccine content — and Making Bracket Pair Colorization Faster

 
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YouTube is banning anti-vaccine activists and blocking all anti-vaccine content

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Making Bracket Pair Colorization Faster

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Almost All of Facebook’s Top Christian Pages in 2019 Run by Foreign Troll Farms

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My Wife Was Dying of Brain Cancer. My Boss at Amazon Told Me to Perform or Quit

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Simula One: an office-focused, standalone VR headset built on top of Linux
 

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Secret military aircraft possibly exposed on TikTok

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Offline First

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Dude, where’s my stuff

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I’m working on open source full time

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YouTube removes “I Can’t Believe You’ve Done This” video from 2007
 

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A World Without Sci-Hub

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Apple AirTag Bug Enables ‘Good Samaritan’ Attack

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Squirrel stores thousands of nuts inside man’s parked truck

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Private censorship is not the best way to fight hate or defend democracy (2018)

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Elizabeth Holmes urged employees to hide Theranos’ lab equipment from inspectors
 

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Proposal to Merge YJIT into Ruby

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OBS Studio 27.1.1

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The GIL and its effects on Python multithreading

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New tool reveals ultimate owners of companies

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Mosquitto: An open-source MQTT broker
 

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