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"Introduction to HashiCorp Boundary"

youtube.com/watch?v=tUMe7EsXYB

Interesting, looking forward to see how it evolves.

Plasma 5.20 is out 😊

A massive release, containing improvements to dozens of components, widgets, and the desktop behavior in general.

kde.org/announcements/plasma-5

"Spotify: happy to let you move playlists to their service, unwilling to let you move them from their service."

daringfireball.net/linked/2020

🤷‍♂️ so open

"Google’s Android Security & Privacy team has launched the Android Partner Vulnerability Initiative (APVI) to manage security issues specific to Android OEMs."

security.googleblog.com/2020/1

"Gitter is joining the Matrix ecosystem and will become the first major existing chat platform to switch to natively speaking Matrix!"

matrix.org/blog/2020/09/30/wel

Awesome news.

"Samsung TV owners complain about increasingly obtrusive ads"

"On its webpage intended for business partners, Samsung boasts that is has 50 million Smart TVs in operation and that it has the industry’s largest ACR data set."

flatpanelshd.com/news.php?suba

So ... we no longer own our things, apparently we just buy direct sales channels into our homes 🤔

Looking for something interesting to watch today? Catch-up on this week’s Dweb meetup about how we can build something better than the Big Techs of today. Featuring @doctorow@twitter.com @arcalinea@twitter.com @mmasnick@twitter.com and @AmandineLePape@twitter.com
Spoiler: Matrix is incredibly well placed to help!

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vulnerability "that could be exploited by a remote attacker to crash and corrupt any uTorrent instance connected to the internet."

blog.whtaguy.com/2020/09/utorr

TIL publicsuffix.org/learn/

"By knowing where the user-controlled section of the domain name begins and ends, browsers can group cookies and history entries by site in a way that couldn't easily be done before."

What is the piece of software (app) you have used continuously for the longest period of time?

blog.ovalerio.net/archives/202

"The problem is that no one taught us to understand. Instead, we are pushed to simply to memorize. To be educated enough to do well on the test, and then to forget what we were taught, because we never actually learned it."

seths.blog/2020/09/self-direct

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