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Weekly Web Harvest for 2017-09-17

Cloudstitch These Amazon Reviews Of “Mr Men” Books Are A Triumph Of Literary Criticism h/t M. R. Trump’s blocking of Twitter users violates U.S. Constitution: rights institute A free-speech institute on Tuesday sent a letter to President Donald Trump demanding the prolific tweeter unblock certain Twitter (TWTR.N) users on grounds the practice violates the First […]

Weekly Web Harvest for 2017-09-10

I Can’t Get Google – YouTube think about this sometime you assume people have some shared understanding of the Internet Is there any value in people who cannot write JavaScript? The worst part about pushing the “know everything” mentality is that we end up creating an industry full of professionals suffering from burnout and mental […]

Weekly Web Harvest for 2017-09-03

Locus Online Perspectives » Cory Doctorow: Demon-Haunted World In 2015, HP pushed a fake security update to millions of Officejet owners, which showed up as a routine, ‘‘You must update your soft­ware’’ notification on their printers’ screens. Running that update installed a new, secret feature in your printer, with a long fuse. After six months’ […]

Weekly Web Harvest for 2017-08-27

Twitter Bots Use Likes, RTs for Intimidation — Krebs on Security A huge collection of botted accounts — the vast majority of which should be easily detectable as such — may be able to abuse Twitter’s anti-abuse tools to temporarily shutter the accounts of real people suspected of being bots! Dominikus Baur – Data Visualization: Data […]

Weekly Web Harvest for 2017-08-20

Death of an earl – Thomas Morris Then Doctor West came, who advised a frying pan made red hot to be applied to the head… A ‘glyster’ is an enema. Tobacco enemas were widely used at this date in resuscitation – the standard treatment in cases of drowning. So although blowing tobacco smoke up a […]

Weekly Web Harvest for 2017-08-13

Huge Blobs of Fat and Trash Are Filling the World’s Sewers In China, fat from sewers and traps is illicitly scooped, cleaned up—though not well—and sold on the black market as “gutter oil.” In cheap restaurants and street stalls, your dinner might even be cooked in gutter oil. 3DHOP – Home 3DHOP (3D Heritage Online […]

Weekly Web Harvest for 2017-08-06

Three dinosaurs beheaded ‘with angle grinder’ at Australian museum “We went out to check it out and three of our dinosaurs here have been decapitated,” museum staffer Mitchell Seymour told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. A Web Diet: Converting WordPress Sites Over to Static Sites | Adam Croom for future archiving considerations “Adversarial perturbations” reliably trick […]

Weekly Web Harvest for 2017-07-30

Mens Agitat Molem – Futility Closet In 2010 Jeremy Wood walked around the campus of the University of Warwick with a GPS device to “draw” a map at 1:1 scale. Altogether he covered 238 miles in 17 days. Web Maker – A blazing fast & offline web playground data warning’s a bit scary sounding but […]

Weekly Web Harvest for 2017-07-30

Mens Agitat Molem – Futility Closet In 2010 Jeremy Wood walked around the campus of the University of Warwick with a GPS device to “draw” a map at 1:1 scale. Altogether he covered 238 miles in 17 days. Web Maker – A blazing fast & offline web playground data warning’s a bit scary sounding but […]