"No code is the best way to write secure and reliable applications. Write nothing; deploy nowhere."
I was absolutely drenched. My shoes were their own puddles.
It wasn't a total disaster. I met someone who was visiting from Miami and we talked for the duration of the storm until I left.
As soon as I got on the bus it stopped raining...the second bus, that is. I got on a wrong bus first.
What an adventure.
I recently got back from Uptown. I went because there was a food truck there I wanted food from.
As soon as I stepped off the bus, a downpour started. I didn't mind, I wanted food. So I got my food. The rain didn't let up.
It started raining harder. The streets were flooding. The manhole cover next to me looked like it was about to erupt. It started **hailing.**
"How Dark Patterns Online Manipulate Shoppers" by Sidney Fussell https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2019/08/how-dark-patterns-online-manipulate-shoppers/595360/
Dark patterns are awful. I've been duped by so many of these.
We must transform food production to save the world, says leaked report
I just finished updating this guide for 2019! Keep it bookmarked for when friends/family need help dealing with spammy apps on their Android devices.
@ky0ko on a somewhat related note do you accept patches or are pull requests required?