"TuiCss is a library focused to create web applications using an interface based on ASCII table, like the old MS-DOS applications."
remember that time a north african merchant(?) named constantine was in italy and a guy in the hostel was sick and they called a doctor and constantine was like "uhh aren't you gonna take a urine sample" and the doctor was like "a what" and constantine was like "…" and the doctor was like "…" and then constantine africanus moved to the monastery of monte cassino and spent the rest of his life translating arabic medical texts into latin,
because i think about this probably every single week
Wirecutter is on strike! With NYT management refusing to bargain, the entire Wirecutter staff is on strike during this critical Black Friday shopping week.
YOU can help their cause by boycotting Wirecutter!
DO NOT cross a picket line!
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Sean Gallagher over at Ars Technica has been writing a "Securing your digital life" series and he just wrapped up with the finale which is "Debunking worthless “security” practices"
The longest lunar eclipse in centuries will happen this week.
The “nearly total” lunar eclipse is expected overnight Thursday, Nov. 18, to Friday, Nov. 19. The eclipse will last 3 hours, 28 minutes and 23 seconds, making it the longest in centuries.
For U.S. East Coast observers, the partial eclipse begins a little after 2 a.m., reaching its maximum at 4 in the morning, for observers on the West Coast, that translates to beginning just after 11 p.m., with a maximum at 1 a.m.
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A cozy little tomb full of friendly ghouls.