Very cool #SystemCalls approach to understanding #Erlang via #strace and comparing to #Python, #Java,#C by @b0rk
Maslow-ish hierarchy of #Website needs via @DustinHartzler’s podcast:
#security problems with @SmartThings and #zigbee protocol (01:39:38):
Temperfect #mug (https://t.co/lzoAsJZMK7) review (01:04:08):
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The eli4d Gazette
Issue 005: 2016-05-11
Encryption has been a topic of debate from the early Clipper Chip days to now. But is encryption the issue or is it more about device access. Steve Gibson discusses the important difference in his The “Encryption” Debate article. Encryption is math, and this (math) long been out of its bottle. Making encryption intentionally weak makes everyone vulnerable. Strong encryption with lawful and mediated access is the key (pun intended :-)).
So this may seem like a somewhat crazy pick, but it truly is one of the best presentations that I have ever seen (I came across this through John Gruber’s site). It is 4 minutes and 31 seconds of pure awesome with a gentleman named Joe Smith who presents a TED talk on how to use a paper towel. There’s, of course, the ‘reduce waste’ message. But there’s much more from a pedagogical point where Mr. Smith demos his point several times (the repetition concept in play that’s reinforcing and entertaining) while engaging the audience, and giving them ways to remember his approach easily.