I'm looking for employment where, every day as I go into work, I know my kids, when they are adults, will be aware of the benefit to them of my work. I am looking for a company working toward enduring impact that should still be clear 10 and 20 years from now.
If you can't live without foresight, and you could use a Linux/JVM/Postgres/Kotlin dev who can do pretty much anything given a minute to read the docs, please do reach out.
This is fascinating.
Anyone who knows anything about copyright law laughs their arses off, of course (and here's a primer for anyone who needs it).
But this *is* dangerous. A lot of people have no clue, copyright is byzantine in its complexity, and it just takes a few ill-informed judges to make this into a thing. And coinbros will push their bullshit, whether they know they're wrong or not.
 source: https://nitter.eu/SaeedDiCaprio/status/1456319361602445314
 NFTs and copyright: https://tecc.media/claim-nfts-make-it-possible-to-own-digital-artwork/
As of today, we have improved the bridging between our different chat services. If you want to use IRC or Matrix Or Slack you can! @Matrixdotorg@twitter.com can be connected to via https://matrix.to/#/#selenium:matrix.org or details for slack/IRC on https://selenium.dev/support.
Turns out it's legal to extort people in Denmark. https://torrentfreak.com/prosecutors-drop-fraud-case-against-danish-copyright-troll-law-firm-211002/
📈 🧅 How has the use of v3 onions grown in the last year? New on the blog, a guest post from Tobias Höller on his team's research about the status of v3 onion services on the Tor network:
Started thinking about an old friend that died many years ago. Daniel was into extreme sports, did everything that's dangerous. He died when he slipped in his shower at home. It's weird why he popped up in my brain right this instance, and it's also nice to know that memories stick even when we're not here anymore.
Comedian/Artist. Or something.