Here you can find notes about things I discover or learn but are not (yet) worth a full-length post.
I recently re-sparked my interest for InfoSec and started dabbling with a couple of hacking platforms and war games and stumbled over TryhackMe, which so far has been an absolutely fantastic learning resource for information security.
I should really find the time to play around with that, too. Every time I visit a Chaos Communication Congress I say to myself that I should learn more about CTFs and then participate in one but I’ve simply never found the time 😞
What I missed in the book is how much novelty we crave in our lives. Something — anything! — new. Something we’ve never seen or experienced before. A new book. A new show to watch. A new hobby. Seeking out these things and savoring them and celebrating them when we come across them.
But usually, I add the tasks directly in the day box when I’m supposed to finish it.
That’s exactly why I moved to the Alastair formatting 😅 I don’t want to have pre-defined boxes for dates as I’m simply too lazy to draw these boxes in advance and I wasn’t happy with the sizing options as I either always had too much space or too little 🙃
Don’t provide a figcaption for an image with an empty alt attribute. Providing an empty string prevents a screen reader from announcing that an image is present, so the figcaption is effectively describing nothing. This is also the case for images that don’t load.
I so hadn’t thought of that! 😣 Now I need to find the time to go through my posts here and fix my captions/alt-texts 😅
Like of WFH and rituals (lazybear.io…)
Parler wasn’t taken offline for having conservative viewpoints. If that were the case, it would apply to millions of other outlets as well.
They were taken offline for hosting the domestic terrorism version of ISIS 8Chan.