OK, I have no words for this: https://github.com/systemd/systemd/issues/6237
If your username doesn't match what Poettering expects usernames to be (and doesn't seem to be documented anywhere, but `[a-zA-Z]+` is *probably* safe?), then systemd will happily run your user services as root.
Reply: not-a-bug, don't use “invalid usernames”...
git command of the day :
git merge --strategy octopus
(merges when there are more than two heads. It bothers me to no end that it's called octopus and not hydra btw, but that's git for ya)
(OCTOPI HAVE ONE HEAD YOU JACKASSES. THE CREATURE WITH MULTIPLE HEADS IS THE HYDRA. FUCKING READ A GREEK BOOK YOU DOOFUSES)
British press, everybody https://twitter.com/MalwareTechBlog/status/865940879261003778
Net Neutrality Update: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (Web Exclusive)
MS Edge is, truly, the new Internet Exploder.
This new Japanese luxury train is quite something!
"Maintained by the East Japan Railway Company, the ten-car train features a lounge car, a dining car, observation cars front and rear, and six sleeping cars. The sleepers consists of both regular suites and three split-level "maisonettes." Total passenger capacity is just 34 people."
"The question you want to ask is 'do I feel lucky?" Well, do you, punk?"
Remember in the 90s, when teens were more tech savvy than adults, and everyone assumed that the savviest would just keep getting younger? Now it's 2017, and the people who were teens in the 90s are the most tech savvy generation and probably will be until they die.
Kids don't grow up with computers any more, they grow up with iPhones. If it's possible to learn to code on an iPhone, it's despite Apple's best efforts.
If you're in the market for network gear, consider that Cisco came out against the free Internet: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/about/government-affairs/government-policy-issues/net-neutrality.html
"Strict Net neutrality legislation would limit the terms, conditions, and potentially prices set by broadband Internet service providers."
That's kind of the point, like how strict anti-murder laws limit murderers from murdering.