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- Whoever fights monsters should see to it that in the process he does not become a monster. And if you gaze long enough into an abyss, the abyss will gaze back into you.
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This title is very misleading. The corruption lies in the hands of the subreddit moderators, not the admins. The moderator in the interview is just complaining about how there is a lack of communication with subreddit moderators and administrators, and how the more connections you have the more responsive the admins will be. This isn't much of a video revealing corruption, rather anecdotes about how the authority system works.
Awesome use of Helmholtz!
The source for the article has more info if anyone's interested: http://jasmcole.com/2014/08/25/helmhurts/
Also OP, be sure to use vertical bars ( | ) around a quote.
I've never heard of that http/https switching method. I'd think larger websites would benefit from it, but does varnish cache frequently enough to not hinder lurkers?
It's disappointing how most companies's idea of competition is based off of meaningless titles. It's even bleeding into consumers! I've had debates over platforms and one of the "leading" arguments is which application store is more populated.
Exactly. I think this is a misstep because it ironically introduces another language barrier to programming. The message is clear and it's good, but it deters away from all of us being united by code.
Though I think this article is very interesting and insightful, the author made a lot of disorganized points.
- An FBI study on school shooters found school shootings are never a result of a crazy person “snapping.” Most shooters do have serious mental health or emotional issues, but they all plan their attacks months or even years in advance.
If "snapping" from mental illness is considered a moot reason for the shootings, then why does the author encourage the reader to show empathy for those who are psychologically unstable?
- They are distractions from what is right in front of you and me and the victims of tomorrow’s shooting: people who need help. [...] there’s likely another young man out there, maybe suicidally depressed, maybe paranoid and delusional, maybe a psychopath, and he’s researching guns and bombs and mapping out schools and recording videos and thinking every day about the anger and hate he feels for this world.
Mental instability seems to be the root of the problem according to this paragraph, but again the author cites this FBI study that is contradictory to that idea.
A step back? We need to accommodate for the leaps in technological innovation. The drive to make phones thin and smaller is also providing the incentive to improve on the battery.