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How transwomen/transmen dream
  • I've had a few dreams as a cis male where I was a woman, so basically I reject your premise. However in most dreams I'm not even a character, I'm just the perspective from which the story is experienced.

  • Scrabble
  • "Sa" is an Egyptian hieroglyph meaning "protection", an Arabic measure of volume, a type of Mandaean sacramental bread that is rolled up, and a character in the Javanese script.

  • Have you gone down any rabbit holes that gave you an existential crisis?
  • It's somewhat specific to someone with my type of background; namely growing up in a family of young-Earth creationist, fundamentalist Christians, and learning that things like science and evolution are lies from Satan.

    At some point curiosity got the better of me and I realized I didn't even know what evolution even is, so I read up a bit about it. Then a bit more. You know, this actually kind of makes sense. Eventually the rabbit hole led to the existence of God. I remember watching a bunch of debates and expecting the most learned representatives of our Christian tradition to make some really great arguments. And... they... never... did.

  • xkcd #2948: Electric vs Gas
  • I mean, I wouldn't call riding a motorcycle "safe".

    I'm not even arguing against them, it just feels like calling it "safe" makes it easy to dismiss all the safety precautions you should take and safety gear you should use whenever you do ride one.

  • "In a first, cryptographic keys protecting SSH connections stolen in new attack"

    arstechnica.com In a first, cryptographic keys protecting SSH connections stolen in new attack

    An error as small as a single flipped memory bit is all it takes to expose a private key.

    In a first, cryptographic keys protecting SSH connections stolen in new attack

    I read most of this article trying to determine if I was impacted, so to save you the trouble:

    > The researchers traced the keys they compromised to devices that used custom, closed-source SSH implementations that didn’t implement the countermeasures found in OpenSSH and other widely used open source code libraries.

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