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ravisorg
    Still waiting for my Soylent. I guess this is how kickstarter backers feel :)
    ravisorg
      @remino just don't let her reset the time drive and you'll be fine ;)
      ravisorg
        How do you escape from a time loop? http://vimeo.com/92659631
        ravisorg
          @rabryst Best place to buy peni... I mean pens.
          ravisorg
            So there's a company that sells pens called called "Pen Island". They have a domain name without a dash.
            ravisorg
              @nitinkhanna the home key works even better ;)
              ravisorg
                I have chartered a ship to Kepler-186f. Anyone who doesn't want to live on earth anymore is welcome to join me. No crazies please.
                ravisorg
                  This is pretty brilliant - The Fifth Element - 8 Bit Cinema https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RIsvMaHa0cU
                  ravisorg
                    Superfight has arrived. Image [photos.app.net]
                    ravisorg
                      @0xmf Yeah we took responsibility for that and put it down as a hiring error, the guy should obviously never have been offered the position. Nothing against case (in)sensitivity, but he obviously was inexperienced for the task.
                      ravisorg
                        @0xmf I had a new employee complain to me on his first day that the language we were writing in (and that he had been hired to write) had case sensitive variable names, which was "stupid". We chalked it up to a learning experience and re-posted the job ad.
                        ravisorg
                          If you're just reissuing your cert after patching heartbleed that's not enough. You need new keys first, then a new cert, than revoke the old one. Seeing too many people talking about just reissuing the cert based on old (potentially stolen) keys.
                          ravisorg
                            Ars says unlikely the NSA was monitoring the OpenSSL code. Really? You think they wouldn't look for bugs in the most widely used SSL library on the planet? http://arstechnica.com/security/2014/04/nsa-used-heartbleed-nearly-from-the-start-report-claims/
                            ravisorg
                              The NSA claims they didn't know about the heartbleed bug in advance, so we can all relax now.
                              ravisorg
                                Shan Yu: most bad ass Disney villain of all time. Image [d36tc8clsz1tk5.cloudfront.net]
                                ravisorg
                                  I often forget how brilliant Lost In Translation is. I should stop doing that.