a post by Aaron PareckiAaron Parecki

I just discovered a disturbing real-world vulnerability by accident.

A couple hours after checking in to my hotel, I went back to the front desk and said “I need to add someone to my room because her flight gets in late this evening.” The clerk asked my room number, and I told her and also said my …

That’s a hard one; I can think of many places where they don’t check IDs and they definitely ought to. My friend goes to our datacenter to do server work most of the time, and we had to switch centers for the very same reason. I feel you.
a post by kaa kaa

@hutaffe the guy is the worst and actually done so much harm to US soft power around the world which has all but eroded once Obama left. The vacuum has left Canada to grow in that department. Hopefully he’s a one term president…although I don’t really trust the American voting system for shit …

This is the types of you that I like to read about. Plus, you guys have a different system, don’t you?
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It amazes me how different barbers have different conceptions of length. When I tell the barber “leave an inch and a half on top,” I might end up with anything between 3/4 inch and two inches. This time I was left with about an inch. This is a solved problem people! Use a ruler!

Agreed
a post by ronguestronguest

@smokey Evil has a way of creeping in.The thing that worries me the most would be the humans running micro.blog being overwhelmed. It’s easier to scale algorithms. But as we see with the other platforms, algos can’t really deal with this kind of issue.
Like you I don’t see a major risk on the …

I have to say that I agree with you guys 100%. I don’t think anyone would follow someone from there, but then again, there’s nothing stopping them if they did. My only concern is working that lead, considering there are lots of organizations out there that a rather unsavory. I can go on and on all day about this, however, I’ll spare you guys.