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David Hochhausen
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Basketball, Movies, Drupal
Basketball, Movies, Drupal

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Clowns mit Kettensägen! Blowjobs! Gute Kolumne.

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I dig this trend. Works best with Asians though but I don't really know why.

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Powerful shredding of NSA apologists' reasoning.

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A key #Drupal 8 issue with major implications on site builders  is at a crucial stage atm: https://drupal.org/node/1199946
Will you be able to disable modules in D8 WITHOUT uninstalling them? If you are a site-builder you should follow this issue. BUT, as it currently stand at a sweet 400+ comments you should NOT blab your  point of view into the discussion without making sure you have really something to add. If in doubt: Say nothing!
This issue is technically complicated and major drupal devs have already weighted in.

Meanwhile, the ability to disable modules is an important tool for site builders, and a feature that most other plugin-based software on the planet supports. Removing it based on such narrow reasons would be a big mistake. (#411)

This is a heads-up and not a call to action/arms/pitchforks.

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Is there any reason not to use this module for wysiwyg functionality? I am using it, loving it and now I am wondering why the wysiwyg module maintainers need to do heavy lifting. As far as I understand a new wysiwyg-module release is hindered because of bigger changes on cke's side of things. I would really like to know if there are benefits in using wysiwyg-module+ckeditor library or going the new way and using wysiwyg+quicksketch's module.

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Totalitarianism is coming...fast. Spearheaded by broken US/UK societies and adopted by the EU (partly) and some member states (Sweden is in fact a disgusting and horrific example). But also look into the East for revolting examples.
If you still don't see the issue, I weep for your children.

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From 1983(!):

No laws define the limits of the N.S.A.'s power. No Congressional committee subjects the agency's budget to a systematic, informed and skeptical review. With unknown billions of Federal dollars, the agency purchases the most sophisticated communications and computer equipment in the world. But truly to comprehend the growing reach of this formidable organization, it is necessary to recall once again how the computers that power the N.S.A. are also gradually changing lives of Americans - the way they bank, obtain benefits from the Government and communicate with family and friends. Every day, in almost every area of culture and commerce, systems and procedures are being adopted by private companies and organizations as well as by the nation's security leaders that make it easier for the N.S.A. to dominate American society should it ever decide such action is necessary.

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This will help you through the day. Also: I want that cauldron.

https://vimeo.com/72439828

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If the courts can force a business to lie, we can never again trust the security claims of any US company.

This is what I've been saying since the beginning of the whole #Snowden story. If you run a media business with sensitive data or if you are conducting research or development you simply CANNOT rely on US or UK services. You wouldn't host any of your data in Iran, would you?
These administrations shit on any individual liberties and are completely corrupted by corporate interests. How can any sensible person NOT suspect that those already brutally abused powers are going to be used for industrial espionage? Gentle reminder: The #NSA has a history of industrial espionage.
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