One of the most blog posts if ever read & coded. Nice little 2h weekend project to play around building a fulltext search engine in go. Let's see if there will simon-search soon 😅

If you are using @matomo_org for your website analytics I got a goodie for you 😀
MCAB prevents AdBlockers from blacklisting your own Matomo instances by changing the url parameters to random ones, so they can not statically be matched

<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">
That has to be the very first thing in the head section because as soon as the web browser sees this tag it’s going to stop parsing the page and start over.

@spolsky in

slicing a string to only use a small part of it still keeps the complete long string in memory!

did you know that string conversion copies the underlying byte slice? Important to know for your memory optimizations.

Reduce your by eating 😀

Do you folks think a twitter bot giving you that info could be helpful? If enough feedback comes, I am happy to code one :D

Nice little read about using unix pipes in connection with casting to cromecast:

RT @FridayForFuture
Das für diese Woche geplante macht den deutschen Beitrag zu 1,5-Grad unmöglich. Eure Abgeordneten haben es am Freitag in der Hand! Schreibt ihnen heute eine Mail & fordert sie auf, sich gegen die zu stellen:

Simple Shamir's Secret Sharing (s4) helps to share your secret with a cryptographically secure method. All running locally in your browser. Your secrets never leave your machine!


RT @denicmarko
tip of the day:

The `::selection` CSS pseudo-element applies styles to the part of a document that has been highlighted by the user (such as clicking and dragging the mouse across text).

I finally found a usable backup solution for Linux desktop: @borgbackup + @borg_base vorta

Took some time to write about my journey and how happy I am to finally settle on an automatic backup solution:

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