Quoted from Jonathan Garrett, Insomniac Games
Alexander Shulgin had a license from the DEA to produce any schedule 1 substance, and managed to discover over 200 psychoactive compounds before his license was revoked.
As someone who still has an original kinect in my office for hacking projects, I can’t wait to nab up a few of these to do full room mapping and tracking in my workspace.
Discovered this a while back but thought I should put it here for posterity. In Robinhood’s application for options trading on your brokerage account they make provisions for people and felines. Do with this what you will.
Correction: In the talk I mentioned Chrome has its own root ca store, which is only partly true. On macOS and Windows Chrome uses a blacklist with the underlying OS providing the root CA store. On Linux it uses NSS, which is sometimes the “system” one, but sometimes not.
I’ve been seeing lots of blame for the latest JS/NPM fiasco thrown at the original author, and I’d just like us to take a moment to read this post from one of the creators of Clojure; as well as this quote by Dave Thomas when he was at Gig City Elixir in my town of Chattanooga TN.
Every few months/years I remember this happened and it scares the hell out of me.
A few shots taken at Falling Water Falls during the Golden hour.
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Taken on a Google Pixel 2
Other breaking news: Suicide is illegal and punishable by death!