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    1. Construction

      🚧 for - development - dev - emoji - work

    1. 🄰 Squared Latin Capital Letter A

      🄰

      utf8.for - dotted names 🄰⊡🅉📛

    1. Cuneiform unicode subset

      1 𒀀 𒀁 𒀂 𒀃 𒀄 𒀅 𒀆 𒀇 𒀈 𒀉 𒀊 𒀋 𒀌 𒀍 𒀎 𒀏 𒀐 𒀑 𒀒 𒀓 𒀔 𒀕 𒀖 𒀗 𒀘 𒀙 𒀚 𒀛 𒀜 𒀝 𒀞 𒀟 𒀠 𒀡 𒀢 𒀣 𒀤 𒀥 𒀦 𒀧 𒀨 𒀩 𒀪 𒀫 𒀬 𒀭 𒀮 𒀯 𒀰 𒀱 𒀲 𒀳 𒀴 𒀵 𒀶 𒀷 𒀸 𒀹 𒀺 𒀻 𒀼 𒀽 𒀾 𒀿 𒁀 𒁁 𒁂 𒁃 𒁄 𒁅 𒁆 𒁇 𒁈 𒁉 𒁊 𒁋 𒁌 𒁍 𒁎 𒁏 𒁐 𒁑 𒁒 𒁓 𒁔 𒁕 𒁖 𒁗 𒁘 𒁙 𒁚 𒁛 𒁜 𒁝 𒁞 𒁟 𒁠 𒁡 𒁢 𒁣

    1. ⊙ Circled Dot Operator

      ⊙

      utf8.for - dotted names ⊙📛

    1. Fish Cake with Swirl

      emoji.for - design - explore ࿚🍥🖺 pilot

    1. Detective

      🕵️

      An undercover investigator, wearing a hat, and sometimes using a magnifying glass to closely inspect evidence. This emoji did not originally recommend emoji modifiers, but a proposal was created to address this.

    1. Memo

      📝

      for - pad - crypt.pad indy.pad 🗫🖧.📝

      A white piece of paper with text written on it by a yellow pencil, positioned over the sheet, tip down, at a 45° angle. Commonly used for content concerning various types of documents and writing, including signing (in sports).

    1. Triangular Ruler

      📐

      emoji.for - experiment 👀❔exp.with - htmx design spec 📐🍥

      A triangle or set square, as used by engineers or architects to draw straight lines at angles. Variously depicted as a metal, wood, or plastic right triangle with length markings, its hypotenuse to the right.

    1. "One of your code blocks includes unescaped HTML" (XSS attack vector)

      for highlighterjs

  2. iroh.computer iroh.computer
    1. Go beyond the cloud with confidence

      Meet iroh, - a direct-connection revolution in app development

      • with unparalleled simplicity and speed.

      • Open source and universally compatible,

      it's the quickest route from concept to connected devices.

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      Seamless cloud backing

      Connect to a global network of iroh nodes - that keep your data available at all times

    3. Sync between services

      Sync between services

      write integrations into services

      See Integration Examples

    4. Move data for free

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      Direct connections don't come with a bill.

      With iroh it's possible to build & use - zero-cost tooling.

    5. Scale without limits

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      Iroh handles - data of any magnitude,

      ensuring peak performance - even when individual device capacities are exceeded.

    6. Live collaborate on anything

      Live collaborate on anything

      Effortlessly invite users to - a dynamic shared environment.

      iroh offers - intuitive syncing across devices, - with seamless hooks for - instant read & write operations,

      simplifying the developer experience.

    7. No central server required

      No central server required

      Iroh establishes - direct connections between devices for you, - traversing across network address translation (NATs) - with best-in-class connection rates.

    8. from

      Iroh Blog Docs YouTube 1.5k Go beyond the cloud with confidence

      Meet iroh, a direct-connection revolution in app development with unparalleled simplicity and speed. Open source and universally compatible, it's the quickest route from concept to connected devices. START YOUR PROJECT DOCUMENTATION

      Live collaborate on anything

    9. Your own shared, programmable drive

      own shared programmable drive

      • Expose data as a shared folder on your computer or phone - free-to-use direct connections.
      • Write code that reacts to changes &
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    1. THE COUNCIL OF THE GATHERING

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    2. to gather in nature, to share, celebrate, learn, dialogue and to connect for action.

      gather connect action

    1. to the companies, communities, villages and DAOs of the regenerative ecosystento connect for action

    1. ​Book a chat with us: https://calendly.com/audreyfillon

      chat

    2. ​More info at: https://gatheringoftribes.earth/

    3. Questioning Regeneration series - Regenerative Relations & Communities

    4. ‘Regenerative’ meta-ecosystem

      meta-ecosystem

    5. mantra ‘Connect for Action’

      matra

    1. Sync anywhere iroh.computer Topics rust sync

      https://iroh.computer/

      for - go beyond the cloud

      to

    2. Iroh is a protocol for syncing & moving bytes.

      Iroh is a protocol for syncing & moving bytes. Bytes of any size, on any device. At its core, it's a peer-2-peer network built on a magic socket that establishes QUIC connections between peers. Peers request and provide blobs of opaque bytes that are incrementally verified by their BLAKE3 hash during transfer.

    3. from https://twitter.com/n0computer/status/1716538209100874063

      indy://snarf-tweet - @n0computer v0.7.0 release

    1. Free, for files & folders of any size

      Free, for files & folders of any size

      sendme works by - connecting sender and receiver directly, - so there's no need to upload to a server, - which means no cost!

    2. File transferdoesn't need to be complicated

      for - no account needed

      File transfer doesn't need to be complicated -

      It's like scp - without needing to know the IP address.

      Add some files to sendme, and - it will give you a pastable ticket that - you can give to anyone who needs your files.

      Sendme will - connect your devices directly & - transfer the data

      without ** - any accounts** or - configuration.

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    1. the pipe is no longer dumb

      no longer dump pipe

    2. pubsub? Data transfer? Sync? All of these are opt-in addons

      opt-in addons

    3. use a meshed network of relay nodes to pack up UDP traffic & send it over HTTP

      mesh network of relay nodes

    4. QUIC & Dumb

      QUIC & Dumb These dumb pipes use QUIC over a magic socket. It may be dumb, but it still has all the features of a full QUIC connection: UDP-based, stream-multiplexing and encrypted. Besides using the multiplexed streams you can also use multiple connections each with their own ALPN.

    5. dumb pipe

      dumb pipe

      Easy, direct connections that punch through NATs & stay connected as network conditions change.

    6. on-the-fly node identifiers

      node identifiers on the fly

    1. nobody, really seemed to care enough to spare any serious cash for @SearchIpfs,

      I was loud and clear about it about a year ago, but nobody, really seemed to care enough to spare any serious cash for @SearchIpfs , so we shut down the only FOSS search engine with it's index being proper Open Data

    1. A Revolution in Thought? - Dr Iain McGilchrist

      Description

      https://w3s.link/ipfs/bafybeig54mf2operqcamucujpjfjophoiphtlq6zzpzn36gpmirgauxgni?filename=A%20Revolution%20in%20Thought_%20%20-%20Dr%20Iain%20McGilchrist.mp4

    2. 2xIf playback doesn't begin shortly, try restarting your device.Pull up for precise seekingNext (SHIFT+n)Pause (k)1:20:21•Up nextLiveUpcomingCancelPlay nowYou're signed outVideos that you watch may be added to the TV's watch history and influence TV recommendations. To avoid this, cancel and sign in to YouTube on your computer.CancelConfirmDarwin College Lecture SeriesSubscribeSubscribedIn the second term of each academic year, since 1986, Darwin College has organised a series of eight public lectures, built around a single theme, with a multi-disciplinary approach. Each lecture is prepared for a general audience by a leading authority on his or her subject. The lecture series is then published as a book by Cambridge University Press.Are Revolutions justified? - Professor Lea Ypi, London School of Economics1:03:20ShareInclude playlistAn error occurred while retrieving sharing information. Please try again later.0:010:13 / 1:04:11•Watch full videoLive••Scroll for details Description A Revolution in Thought? - Dr Iain McGilchrist 1K Likes 13 Feb 2024 A Revolution in Thought? How hemisphere theory helps us understand the metacrisis It is often remarked that though it may seem that we face numerous global crises of different kinds – environmental, social, political, cultural, economic, psychological, and so on – these crises are interrelated. The term ‘metacrisis’ has been invented to describe this predicament. However these crises are not merely adventitiously interrelated because each has an impact on and reinforces each of the others – though that may be true – but because they share roots at a deeper level in a way of thinking about ourselves and the world. What are these roots? Hemisphere theory, deeply grounded as it is in Darwinism and subsequent neuroscientific research, shows us that a new, far more complex, and more nuanced, appraisal of the bipartite brain – the product of the last 30 years of research – brings new insights into the human condition. There are vitally important clues to the understanding of human cognition and motivation embodied in the structure of the brain. These clues help explain why certain apparently unrelated phenomena tend to occur together, why outcomes that appear paradoxical are in reality predictable, and why many attempts to remedy them will prove inadequate since they are tackling only the manifestations of a problem that we need to address at its root – both in the psyche of the individual and that of a civilisation viewed as a whole. ‘Know thyself’ commanded the Delphian oracle: we need urgently to learn to do so, and this synergy of philosophy and neuroscience appears to offer the most promising way. Dr Iain McGilchrist is a Quondam Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford, an Associate Fellow of Green Templeton College, Oxford, a Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, and former Consultant Psychiatrist and Clinical Director at the Bethlem Royal & Maudsley Hospital, London. He has been a Research Fellow in neuroimaging at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore and a Fellow of the Institute of Advanced Studies in Stellenbosch. He has published original articles and research papers in a wide range of publications on topics in literature, philosophy, medicine and psychiatry. He is the author of a number of books, but is best-known for The Master and his Emissary: The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World (Yale 2009); and his book on neuroscience, epistemology and ontology, The Matter with Things: Our Brains, Our Delusions and the Unmaking of the World (Perspectiva 2021). Show less Show more Transcript Follow along using the transcript. Show transcript Darwin College Lecture Series 23.7K subscribers Videos About Comments 216 Top comments Newest first Transcript NaN / NaN A Revolution in Thought? - Dr Iain McGilchrist

    1. A Revolution in Thought - Dr Iain McGilchrist

      https://w3s.link/ipfs/bafybeig54mf2operqcamucujpjfjophoiphtlq6zzpzn36gpmirgauxgni?filename=A%20Revolution%20in%20Thought_%20%20-%20Dr%20Iain%20McGilchrist.mp4

    1. I got to say not bad

      worse than bad

    2. rain neuromorphic

      holonmorphic

    3. OpenAI's "AGI Pieces" SHOCK the Entire Industry! AGI in 7 Months! | GPT, AI Agents, Sora & SearchOpenAI's "AGI Pieces" SHOCK the Entire Industry! AGI in 7 Months! |

    1. wallowing in willful ignorance

      alternatively, seeking alternatives to the towering complexity of web development.

      A clean model of how things work

      light weight components readily composed

    2. All this building markup in the scripting and slopping stuff in via innerHTML is just BEGGING for XSS exploits.

      That's right

    3. Reeks of the “functional programming” wankery

      SICP?

    4. TABLES FOR LAYOUT!!!

      tables mad sense

    5. i of web development: ignorance, incompetence, and ineptitude.

      3 i's indeed

    6. Good rule of thumb, if you have to say role=”” it is entirely likely you’re using the wrong tags / elements!

      You need role when there is not a built in tag for the behaviour you would like to have

    7. Again this is 2023, not 2008.

      to

    8. using the wrong markup…

      That's easily done.

    9. made up attributes for scripting only behaviors

      That is the point. No need for scripting to get rich scripting only behaviour onto the page.

      That is the value proposition of htmx!

      You've got it. don't like it. Others do.

    10. scripting enabled screen media users

      Most of the time on line I rely on script enabled screen media. Now if we can do that with fraction of the complexity than that is to the good.

      Can even be better, but it is the right dirfection from my point of view

    11. So that you can hotlink easily to each of your pages.

      If every state transition is reproducable you an have everything dynamic yet any stage recreatable

    12. For good reason. I mean FFS last I knew “CREATE” is supposed to create a new file overwriting the current HTML. “DELETE” is for deleting the current HTML, not just a “record”.

      you need these operations all the time why limnit it to the original server bound operations.

    13. Possibly because CREATE, DELETE, PUT, and so forth are really pointless for anything that isn’t server-to-server communication

      If you look at the sources for the examples you see a fake server, so all that capability and rich procedural semantics is available on the pure client side and as you need you can swap it out and have your server if you need it,

    14. have zero business in the HTML?

      in static HTML yes

      but how about a sequence of "static" HTML presentations that are in a flow. If one can make that replayable then we have the best of all worlds

    15. “screen and screw everyone else”

      screw ourselves all the time for the benefit of accessibility.

      I think it is perfectly possible, to have satisfy both needs

      remeber. that after every dynamic transition the result on the page is just html perfect for screen readers and that HTML can be so constructed with much less complexity.

    16. for accessibility reasons swapping in/out content is rubbish for users on things like screen readers

      That may well be true but is just what you are getting with web apps!

    17. made up attributes

      jolly well if those attributes capture most of what we need? most of the time

    18. screw the separation of concerns

      indeed. What we need is an integration of concerns for empowering humans not for benefits the shovel makers

    19. That lack of understanding

      That lack of understanding is - why they build alternatives.

      It is not so much lack of understanding but understanding that the web technology is developing in a direction that empowers beigtech and disemopwers people

    20. propaganda driven bunko being peddled

      bunko

    21. “i can do better” before they even know what “better” is

      the trouble with the browser is that it is a broken wheell

      it is not even clear what it is (or really wanted to be)

      If you look at MDN it is clear that it is a pile of features never even attempting to link them or explain why are they how they are or god forbid give a coherent mental model to the learner

      Description

    22. HTMX, The “Framework Stupid” Gets Dialed Up To Eleven!

    1. One of the core features of htmx is the ability to send Ajax requests directly from HTML. With htmx, you can specify a URL and issue various types of HTTP ...
    1. Create IFTTT Recipes

      that can automatically save your bookmarked/recommended stories from Medium (social media) to Pocket (app).

    2. How do I save articles from Medium for my offline usage?
    1. Jul 16, 2016 — Simply locate the article you want to save and look for a "Save for offline" or "Download" option within the app. Use a web browser extension: ...
    2. google.search - medium how can 1 download reading history

    1. Docker Tips - Run Windows Impostor in a Container (2024)

      docker ubunto windows

    2. Portable FreeBSD - NomadBSD

      x

    1. NomadBSD is a persistent live system for USB flash drives, based on FreeBSD®
    1. Docker Tips - Full Ubuntu GUI in a Container Displayed on Windows (XServer)

    1. YouTube · The IT-Unicorn3 minutes, 53 secondsOct 1, 2023

      persistent linux mint

    2. google.search: linux persistent live usb pendrive gnome

  3. Feb 2024
    1. We've searched our database for all the emojis that are somehow related to Cyber. Here they are! There are more than 20 of them, but the most relevant ones ...(function(){var eid='z9PoV';var a=google.c.mcar;var b=a?0:Date.now(),c=document.getElementById(eid);google.c.mfrvt(b,c);google.c.ub();c&&!a&&google.c.maft(b,c);})();
    2. Aug 15, 2022 — Cybersecurity researchers said they have developed a way to exploit targets just using emojis. ... An example of an exploit written only in emoji.
    3. Jul 13, 2023 — By leveraging familiar emojis in messages or on social media, cybercriminals can create a sense of trust and familiarity, convincing users to ..
    4. This String of Emojis Is Actually Malware

      to

    1. Format of HTML bookmarks file | Firefox Support Forum

      to What an abomination

    1. Web page about recording research path, pre-computer age?

      to

    2. "How did you find my site?" and Vannevar Bush's memex
    3. google.search: "how did you find my site"

    1. Web page about recording research path, pre-computer age?
    2. The image of the bookwheel

      to

    3. You may be thinking of the BoingBoing post, Bookwheel: the multiple-tabbed browser of the XVIth Century.

      to

    1. Abolish Silicon Valley: memoir of a driven startup founder who became an anti-capitalist activist

      to

    2. Send Pics: ripping, brutal, amazing novel about teens, sextortion, revenge and justice
    1. “How did you find my site?” and Vannevar Bush’s memex

      from: https://hyp.is/N2baRMw2Ee6nnFur3D7w5w/www.google.com/search?q=%22how+did+you+find+my+site%22&oq=%22how+did+you+find+my+site%22&gs_lcrp=EgZjaHJvbWUyBggAEEUYOTIGCAEQLhhA0gEINzI4OGowajGoAgCwAgA&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

      I remember this article well from over 12 years ago Those were the days of twin.gl and WebTrails chrome extension that noth provided the means to always have a ready answer to that question

      Using hyptoehsis it is so easy

      look at the beginning of the annotation you see a line saying

      from: ...

      TBD

    1. ES6 Modules and How to Use Import and Export in ...

      to

    2. google.search: es6 export from module

    1. Wrapped Gift

      🎁

      emoji.for - present - gift - demo

    1. Shooting Star Emoji 🌠

      🌠

      The symbol “Shooting Star” is included in the “Moon, sun, and star symbols” subblock of the “Miscellaneous Symbols and Pictographs

      Related Characters

      Water Wave 1F30A

      New Moon Symbol 1F311

      Closed Umbrella 1F302

      Waxing Crescent Moon Symbol 1F312

      Cyclone 1F300

      Rainbow 1F308

      Milky Way 1F30C

      First Quarter Moon Symbol 1F313

      Cloud with Rain 1F327

      Glowing Star 1F31F

      Fog 1F32B

      Crescent Moon 1F319

      New Moon with Face 1F31A

      Full Moon with Face 1F31D

      Cloud with Snow 1F328

      Waxing Gibbous Moon Symbol 1F314

    1. ⩖ Two Intersecting Logical Or

      ⩔

    2. Multiplication and division sign operators

      ⨷⨸⨳

    3. Operators

      ⫼ ⫽ ⫾ ⫿

    4. Relations 2AF7 ⫷ Triple Nested Less-Than 2AF8 ⫸ Triple Nested Greater-Than 2AF9 ⫹ Double-Line Slanted Less-Than or Equal To 2AFA ⫺ Double-Line Slanted Greater-Than or Equal To 2AFB ⫻ Triple Solidus Binary Relation

      ⫷⫸⫹⫻

    5. Triple Colon Operator

      ⫶

    1. Tibetan Mark Trailing Mchan Rtags ࿚

      ࿚

      for - trail - trailmark - explore

      The symbol “Tibetan Mark Trailing Mchan Rtags”

    1. Railway Track Emoji 🛤

      🛤

      The symbol “Railway Track” is included in the “Miscellaneous symbols” subblock of the “Transport and Map Symbols” block

    1. Railway Track

      🛤️

      Goes Great With

      🛣️ 🚅 🏞️ 🚞 🚇

    1. ⛰️ Mountain Emoji Meaning A mountain shown with two peaks and blue sky. Similar to the snow capped mountain emoji.

      ⛰️

      for - Open Learning Commons - explore

      ⛰️

      🏔️

    2. Mountain

      ⛰️

      for - explore

      A mountain shown with two peaks and blue sky. Similar to the snow capped mountain emoji.

    1. The Pilot emoji is a ZWJ sequence combining

      🧑‍✈️

    1. Zero Width Joiner

      Zero Width Joiner (ZWJ) is a Unicode character that joins two or more other characters together in sequence to create a new emoji.

      from - https://hyp.is/cG9B9svgEe6RdfNqlbnaKQ/emojipedia.org/emoji-zwj-sequence

    1. Three Networked Computers

      🖧

      emoji.for - communication infrastructure - networks - computer networks

      Goes Great With

      ⚂

    2. 🖧

      networked communication

    1. 🖥 Desktop Computer (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

      🖥

      search: computer

      emoji.for - server

    1. Dashing Away

      💨

      for - trail blaze

      • forwarad slash
      • go
      • invoke

      • is : 📛🀙 named context

      ggw - ♨️ Hot Springs

      Representation of hot springs with steam rising from a circular t... 🚬 🕳️ 🗯️ 🚲 ⚡ 🌀 💩 🧹 🍑 🥦 🧀 🌪️ 🌫️ 🌬️ 💥 🚗 🎐 🏃 💦 🍃 🦨

    1. Build instant multiplayer webapps, no server required

      🤝 Trystero

      Empower people to co-create for themselves, by themselves

      Open, Commons-based, peer produced constellations of ambient, evergreen affordant (affordable, accountable, responsible long-tern, intentional software in the long tail of the interpersonal web

      the Indy.Web.Mesh

      This project is the key to it all

      Taking the Power Back with Web Meshes

      Weawing the People-Centered Web

      • 👂📣 Rooms / broadcasting
      • 🔢📩 Automatic serialization / deserialization of data
      • 🎥🏷 Attach metadata to binary data and media streams
      • ✂️⏳ Automatic chunking and throttling of large data
      • ⏱🤞 Progress events and promises for data transfers
      • 🔐📝 Session data encryption
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    1. How to access local host through tor browser

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      for - trailmarks - action.marks - plex.marks

    1. every single thing that has to do with SIP/VoIP. It's like they go out of their way to be obtuse and come up with shitty standards then take glee in how bad it gets.

      obtuse shitty standards