emma

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emma wrote (edited )

Hillary Clinton's husband poses legitimate concerns for women. Strange how she's silent about that.

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emma wrote (edited )

i walk into google hq with a spray bottle and spray water in their faces until they give us a better ranking

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emma wrote

Damn. Whoever programmed this site knows their shit.

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emma wrote (edited )

i looked up 'dementia' in the dictionary, and it just shows me a picture of a juicero machine. i believe you are correct in your assessment of it.

(best of wishes to you and your dad 💜)

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emma wrote

anyone else reading this in 2019

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emma wrote

I only trust one source of media: juspst,net

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emma wrote

that's valid. i want the tomato sauce on my keyboard to disappear

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emma wrote

now this is the type of Content i want to see

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emma wrote

i straight up just showed my now-boss the original postmill repo, lol

good luck with the job hunt!

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emma wrote

not sure what you're referring to, but i'm going to assume he's joined nambla and/or began writing for quillette or something

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emma wrote

if it's impossible, then how come it exists? 🤔🤔🤔

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emma wrote (edited )

Up until 2015 or so, you had to buy certificates from companies who made the process of renewing a cert miserable. When Let's Encrypt opened to the public, you'd typically install an ACME client on your server to handle the renewal automatically.

But as it turns out, sometimes your cron jobs break, and the sysadmin is too busy making jokes about poop to care about the expiry warning emails. This is what happened in the case of Raddle.

Also automatic cert issuing needs to verify site ownership, and this can break too (e.g. if a cert covers many (sub)domains, and one of these domains is removed).

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emma wrote

i've played doom for like 14 years and have never encountered this message. have you tried turning your computer off and on again?