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Jim Carrey ‘Kills Off’ Harvey Weinstein In Striking Obituary-Style Sketch

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Jim Carrey was swift to unveil his latest illustration to the public, an obituary-style portrait of Harvey Weinstein being killed off.

The drawing shows Weinstein looking unkempt after being sentenced to 23 years in prison for his rape and sexual assault crimes. “1952-2020” is written on the piece as if suggesting his life is over.

The illustration comes after Weinstein’s accusers and other Hollywood women came forward to celebrate Weinstein’s fall, and hoped that the verdict would bring more closure to victims of sexual assault.

Evidently emotional to the sentencing was Rosanna Arquette, one of the accusers of Weinstein. She praised the “brave women” who came forward against the rapist. Reese Witherspoon also expressed delight, describing it as a “historical moment.”

“Thank you to all of the journalists and publications who persisted in telling survivors stories, despite constant pushback and threats, and brought this story to the light,” Witherspoon tweeted.

Some of his victims, including Mira Sorvino and Jessica Barth, have also tweeted their reactions after the sentence came to light.


— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) March 11, 2020

Thank you to all of the journalists and publications who persisted in telling survivors stories, despite constant pushback and threats, and brought this story to the light. @jodikantor @mega2e @ronanfarrow @nytimes @newyorker

— Reese Witherspoon (@ReeseW) March 11, 2020

Gratitude to all the silence breakers especially Rose and all survivors of weinstein to the brave women who testified and to the incredible investigative reporting of Ronan farrow who uncovered the sabotage and spying and to david Remnick thank you Rich McKuen and ny times.

— Rosanna Arquette
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Viewers Left Baffled After Chancellor’s File ‘Magically’ Changes Color On TV

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Viewers were left baffled after seeing Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak’s Budget folder turn from red to green on television.

A video, captured by Sky News, shows Sunak walking along a pavement with a red folder in his right hand. As he passed by a parked car, the file “magically” turned green.

The strange moment has startled many viewers, and according to Metro, the edit must have come after a news presenter announced that the citizens have been “promised a Green Budget” to invest money for a better environment.

@TomBoadle tweeted, “A nice nod to the Chancellor’s possible ‘Green Budget’ but how the hell did the folder turn from red to green?”

“Some kind of Ministry of Magic shenanigans going on,” said another Twitter user, referencing Harry Potter.

The chancellor has yet to comment about the confusing color-changing budget, but in the meantime, watch the video below.

Dear @SkyNews, can you explain this? Watch the folder! Crazy! Will we see magic like that from him in the #Budget2020? #coronavirus


— Fr Marc Lyden-Smith (@frlydensmith) March 10, 2020

A nice nod to the Chancellor’s possible “Green Budget” but how the hell did @RishiSunak’s folder turn from red to green? Everyone wants to know @_rhiannonw and @LisaatSky! pic.twitter.com/B2Oyzigzw1

— Tom Boadle (@TomBoadle) March 11, 2020

Some kind of Ministry of Magic shenanigans going on.

— PoshPug (@Rajjah) March 11, 2020


— Mosley (@JamesMo30538090) March 11, 2020

Harry Potter must be lurking nearby

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Unspun creates custom-fit, size free jeans. Their mission is to reduce global waste and the environmental impact of the denim industry.
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How to Prevent Automatic Favicon Requests (Web Performance Quick Tip)

feedspot - Thu, 03/12/2020 - 12:19

Most web browsers make an automatic favicon request on each page load. You won’t notice this if your site does have a favicon, but can be quite annoying if it doesn’t. Luckily, you can solve this problem with just one line of HTML code.

Problem: Automatic Favicon Requests

Just like any other user agent request, a favicon request opens a communication dialogue between the user’s browser and the server. This results in one more HTTP request and about 1.5KB extra overhead, which are both an unnecessary waste of performance if you don’t have a favicon—and can be especially annoying on a test/dev site when you want to run performance checks.

How to Prevent the Automatic Favicon Request

You can completely remove the automatic favicon request by adding the following line of code to the <head> section of your HTML page:

<link href="data:,">

This little code snippet assigns an empty data URL to the favicon’s <link> element which specifies the location of the external resource. This trick stops the user’s browser from sending an automatic HTTP request for the favicon.

Quick Performance Check

To demonstrate the problem and solution, I created a simple demo site with two HTML pages: one with and one without the <link> tag with the empty data URL. I used the GTmetrix tool to measure the page load time, total page size, and number of HTTP requests.

Here are the results when the automatic favicon request is not removed:

Two HTTP requests

You’ll see we have two HTTP requests; one for the HTML file and one for (the non-existing) favicon. This results in 1.73KB total page size and 183ms page load time.

In the Recommendation tab, GTmetrix even reminds us to avoid the bad request to the favicon.ico file.

When we add the code snippet above, that extra HTTP request disappears, the total page size becomes much smaller (250B instead of 1.73KB), the page loads a bit faster (169ms instead of 183ms), and the Avoid bad request warning disappears too:

Simple Performance Optimization

And there we have it! A very quick tip which solves a niggling problem with a simple workaround. This may seem like a negligible issue to deal with, but these marginal improvements can make a big difference to the performance of your website.

Learn More About Optimizing Website Performance
  • Performance A Web Designer’s Guide to the WebP Image Format Craig Campbell
  • CSS Optimize Your Website Without AMP: Optimization Checklist Kezz Bracey
  • Performance Performance Enhancement: How to Load Images Using in-view.js Louie Rootfield
  • WordPress Performance Test: The Best Selling WordPress Themes on ThemeForest Ian Yates
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Test in Production with CloudBees Rollout Feature Flags Sponsored

feedspot - Thu, 03/12/2020 - 12:19

Releasing software is inherently risky business. While providing new features is great, it also has the potential to cause unforeseen issues for users. When that happens, you might find yourself scrambling to roll back the update and subsequently head back to the drawing board.

To minimize risk, you need a smarter solution. Enter CloudBees Rollout, an enterprise feature flag management system that separates releases from deployments. Features are released through progressive delivery, resulting in a faster and safer process.

Even better is that your team is in complete control every step of the way. Let’s take a look at what makes CloudBees Rollout a must-have tool for wrangling your app’s features.

The Power to Continuously Release Features

First, let’s talk about the term “feature flag”. It’s a way of determining whether or not a feature in your app will run, based on a specific condition – like user input. Everything from website plugins to complex mobile apps utilize them.

It stands to reason that, the more features your app includes, the more difficult time you’ll have keeping track of them all. CloudBees Rollout is a secure and scalable feature management platform that cuts through the chaos and empowers you. Manage every feature through a single dashboard and turn them on or off as needed.

In addition, you’ll be able to see who created and changed each feature flag, along with vital feature distribution data. This helps you make better decisions and release features in a more well-organized manner.

Target Your Users

Want to see how a new feature is working with a specific group of users? With CloudBees Rollout, you can create user segments based on things like subscription tier, IP address, email and more via its easy-to-use SDKs and API. Segment rules are highly-flexible and can be static or dynamic.

Segments are also a great way to give your quality assurance or testing teams access to the production version of your app. This helps you spot problems before they impact users.

Control New Releases

It’s important to manage feature releases with precision, and CloudBees Rollout can help. They provide a simple and powerful UI that puts you in the driver’s seat when it comes to new versions. You control who gets access and when they’ll get it.

Analyze Results

Data is crucial to understanding how your releases are faring in the real world. Use CloudBees Rollout’s intuitive dashboard or hook up your Google Analytics account to get the full story. The service also works with a wide variety of additional analytics and APM tools. You’ll be able to analyze data in the format that works for you.

Turn Off Features without Rolling Back Code

If the unexpected does happen, use the handy Kill Switch to turn off features in production. This immediately “kills” the feature and doesn’t require you to roll back code. It’s fast, safe and simple.

Support for Multiple Clients and Platforms

Whatever language or platform you’re working with, odds are that CloudBees Rollout supports it. Client-side SDKs include solutions for iOS, Android, JavaScript and React. Server-side SDKs include kits for Java, Node.js, C#, PHP, Python, Ruby and more. Plus, you’ll also find full native support for IoT and mobile devices.

Start Your Free 14 Day Trial of CloudBees Rollout

As your software grows, it becomes more difficult to manage. That’s where a trusted system like CloudBees Rollout can be a lifesaver.

The platform helps you control each and every aspect of your app’s feature releases. Target users with fine-grain precision, test your features in production and decouple them from code. If a feature isn’t working, simply turn it off – it’s that easy.

It’s time to take control of your feature flags. Sign up with CloudBees Rollout today and receive a free 14 day trial. You’ll be amazed at what it can do for you and your team.

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If you were to join a Linux/Unix/Tech Facebook group what would make you want to join?

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If you were to join a Linux/Unix/Tech Facebook group what would make you want to join? Would it be because it was helpful, fun, no BS, moderated well, lots of content? what? yeah we all know about facebook but what would do the job?

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Where can I find help on specific documents?

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I've just started getting into web programming and can't get my code to validate at validator.w3.com

I'm not sure whether I can just pose my question here in the subreddit or whether there's a more appropriate resource to find the answer I'm looking for.

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Best modern software for distributed computing on Linux?

feedspot - Thu, 03/12/2020 - 12:04

Are there any alternatives to BOINC? It's such an outdated piece of software, I don't know how to add GPU projects and it's very... ugly to use. Currently managed to get it working with CPU-only Rosetta@Home.

I have a Ryzen 3900x, and a Vega 56 that I really want to put to work. Honestly, I'd ideally like to be part of a blender render farm if anyone knows of a modern distributed computing project for that, to help out struggling artists.

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Распознавание лиц от Mail.ru поможет найти родственников на старых фотографиях

IT Новости - Wed, 03/11/2020 - 19:58
Система распознает людей на снимке и сможет отыскать другие фото с ними за несколько секунд
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Соцсети войдут в перечень сайтов с бесплатным доступом без стримингового трафика

IT Новости - Wed, 03/11/2020 - 19:25
Минкомсвязь подготовила пакет документов для реализации проекта о бесплатном доступе россиян к социально значимым интернет-ресурсам
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Роскомнадзор разъяснил правила использования тепловизоров для защиты от коронавируса

IT Новости - Wed, 03/11/2020 - 19:09
Температура тела – это информация о состоянии здоровья, которая относится к специальной категории персональных данных
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Разработчикам софта предложили идентифицировать всех пользователей

IT Новости - Wed, 03/11/2020 - 17:49
В настоящее время требование об обязательной идентификации пользователя с помощью номера мобильного телефона в России действует только для мессенджеров
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Роскомнадзор изучит возможность блокировки Tor и интернета вещей

IT Новости - Wed, 03/11/2020 - 17:31
Роскомнадзор изучает возможности ограничения доступа к запрещенной в России информации через анонимные сети и интернет вещей
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Behind Rothy&amp;#8217;s signature flats and totes is a sophisticated—and profitable—direct-to-consumer manufacturing business

feedspot - Tue, 03/10/2020 - 12:16

While other digitally native brands overspent and flamed out, Rothy’s has been profitable from the start.

If you’ve passed through an airport recently, there’s a strong chance you’ve spotted at least one woman sporting a pair of distinctive-looking ballet flats or handbags in a stretchy woven fabric. In 2016, San Francisco–based Rothy’s debuted its signature flats, which are made from recycled water bottles and manufactured using an efficient, 3D-knitting technique. By 2018, the brand had gone viral, selling a million pairs and generating $140 million in revenue. In 2019, it surpassed 1.4 million customers—a 105% increase from the year prior. And in March 2020, the brand had launched a new category–handbags–transforming it in a full fledged lifestyle brand.

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Snap is the world&amp;#8217;s most innovative company of 2020

feedspot - Tue, 03/10/2020 - 12:16

From the company’s remarkable turnaround to its creation and popularization of our augmented reality future, CEO Evan Spiegel opens up about how he changed and how he built a structure for innovation.

I was told Evan Spiegel was really sick. The 29-year-old CEO of Snap, Snapchat’s parent company, was battling a cold of mythical proportions. His voice, I was told, would barely register above a whisper.

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How Shopify is leading the online resistance to Amazon

feedspot - Tue, 03/10/2020 - 12:16

The e-commerce logistics startup behind Kylie Cosmetics, Allbirds, Rothy’s, and others is building a retail network to compete with Amazon.

When Kylie Jenner sold a controlling stake in her four-year-old makeup startup to French beauty conglomerate Coty in November for $600 million at a $1.2 billion valuation, the 22-year-old CEO emerged a billionaire. The sale of Kylie Cosmetics was an extraordinary achievement for the reality star turned entrepreneur, one that’s even more notable for the fact that her company has just 12 full- and part-time employees. To build a hyper-efficient online brand, it helps to have the Kardashian-Jenner influencer juggernaut in your corner, of course. But perhaps just as important is Shopify, the Canadian e-commerce logistics startup that powers everything from Jenner’s website to the payment systems used in all of her pop-up shops.

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The future of clothes: These 3 startups help you rent or resell everyday items

feedspot - Tue, 03/10/2020 - 12:16

CaaStle, ThredUp, and Trove are challenging the idea that newer is better when it comes to clothes.

For decades, Americans have had an insatiable appetite for new clothing, spurred on by the fast-fashion industry, which cranked out cheap, disposable garments that helped global clothing production double from 50 billion items a year in 2000 to more than 100 billion today. (There are only 7.8 billion humans on the planet.) The environmental toll of this is steep: Apparel producers consume 108 million tons of nonrenewable resources every year and emit 1.2 billion tons of greenhouse gases, more than all international flights and maritime shipping trips combined. Meanwhile, a truckload of clothes is either sent to the landfill or incinerated every second.

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This Is Spotify

feedspot - Tue, 03/10/2020 - 11:36
A journey to the past. For the love of good old days
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