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Tweet from David Rousset

2016 Dec 6, 8:45
Creating an extension for all browsers: , , , & : https://www.davrous.com/2016/12/07/creating-an-extension-for-all-browsers-edge-chrome-firefox-opera-brave/ 
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Tweet from Andy Baio

2016 Dec 6, 2:30
OH. MY. GOD. @SethBling MADE AN ATARI 2600 EMULATOR IN MINECRAFT. https://youtu.be/5nViIUfDMJg 
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Tweet from David Risney

2016 Dec 5, 5:52
@davatron5000 I have a C:\users\dave\bin path I've added to my PATHS
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Tweet from David Risney

2016 Dec 4, 2:26
Oh just realized Trevor, Simon, and Rebus are all the same person. Awesome. Assuming @StevenOgg isn't a robot
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Tweet from David Risney

2016 Dec 4, 9:30
@AGoldmund Its my morning two minute hate. And then again around lunch time. And also just whenever.
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Tweet from emma jane

2016 Dec 2, 2:07
XSS: the game http://buff.ly/2gGghdI 
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Tweet from The Atlantic

2016 Nov 28, 10:07
The lasting damage done by Tump's 'voter fraud' allegations: http://theatln.tc/2gczqDz 
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Tweet from Richard Rudge

2016 Nov 28, 6:19
This is best piece of Superman art I've seen in a long time, made by Brakken http://brakken.tumblr.com 
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Tweet from kottke.org

2016 Nov 20, 10:41
A free album of Beastie Boys remixes using Daft Punk samples http://kottke.org/16/11/beastie-boys-daft-punk-mashup 
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Tweet from David Risney

2016 Nov 20, 2:47
Just fun: draw a sketch and see how fast a Google neural net takes to figure out what it is https://quickdraw.withgoogle.com/# 
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Tweet from David Risney

2016 Nov 18, 4:11
@PA_Megacorp I read the title as Couchomancy and imagined a necromancer that summons couches. No one steal my new YA fantasy novel idea pls
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Tweet from Šime Vidas

2016 Nov 17, 3:14
Chrome Canary has enabled scroll anchoring which prevents “jumps” when the layout above the viewport changes (demo: https://output.jsbin.com/parujo/quiet#heading2 )
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Tweet from David Risney

2016 Nov 6, 1:17
@ericlaw Very fitting for the show but... those serifs. Aspects of 80s aesthetic I can do without include: wood paneling on cars, that font.
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Let's Encrypt NearlyFreeSpeech.net Update

2016 Nov 5, 8:59

Since I had last posted about using Let's Encrypt with NearlyFreeSpeech, NFS has changed their process for setting TLS info. Instead of putting the various files in /home/protected/ssl and submitting an assistance request, now there is a command to submit the certificate info and a webpage for submitting the certificate info.

The webpage is https://members.nearlyfreespeech.net/{username}/sites/{sitename}/add_tls and has a textbox for you to paste in all the cert info in PEM form into the textbox. The domain key, the domain certificate, and the Let's Encrypt intermediate cert must be pasted into the textbox and submitted.

Alternatively, that same info may be provided as standard input to nfsn -i set-tls

To renew my certificate with the updated NFS process I followed the commands from Andrei Damian-Fekete's script which depends on acme_tiny.py:

python acme_tiny.py --account-key account.key --csr domain.csr --acme-dir /home/public/.well-known/acme-challenge/ > signed.crt
wget -O - https://letsencrypt.org/certs/lets-encrypt-x3-cross-signed.pem > intermediate.pem
cat domain.key signed.crt intermediate.pem > chained.pem
nfsn -i set-tls < chained.pem
Because my certificate had already expired I needed to comment out the section in acme_tiny.py that validates the challenge file. The filenames in the above map to the following:
  • signed.crt is the Let's Encrypt provided certificate
  • account.key is the user private key registered with LE
  • domain.csr is the cert request
  • domain.key is the key for the domain cert
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Tweet from David Risney

2016 Nov 4, 4:08
@David_Risney Example graph https://raw.githubusercontent.com/david-risney/WinMDGraph/master/examples/3/3.dot.png  of the Windows .Services.Maps namespace
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Tweet from David Risney

2016 Nov 4, 4:05
WinMDGraph graphs relationships between WinRT APIs https://github.com/david-risney/WinMDGraph/ . My initial version is up.
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Tweet from David Risney

2016 Nov 4, 1:48
@JenMsft Your tip weets should show as toasts for all win10 users
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Tweet from Jen Gentleman 🌺

2016 Nov 4, 8:39
If you ever see a dialog box in this style & need to record what it said, instead of typing it out, just CTRL+C ➡📋
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Tweet from David Risney

2016 Nov 3, 3:59
@FakeUnicode Spaces are technically not allowed in a URI so the only reasonable representation is percent encoded.
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Tweet from David Risney

2016 Nov 3, 3:58
@FakeUnicode Reserved characters including brackets change meaning when decoded or encoded and so UA must not change those
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