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Before Eich stepped down he said this in his blog:
 "_I am committed to ensuring that Mozilla is, and will remain, a place that includes and supports everyone, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, age, race, ethnicity, economic status, or religion._

You will see exemplary behavior from me toward everyone in our community, no matter who they are; and the same toward all those whom we hope will join, and for those who use our products. Mozilla’s inclusive health benefits policies will not regress in any way. And I will not tolerate behavior among community members that violates our Community Participation Guidelines or (for employees) our inclusive and non-discriminatory employment policies."
https://brendaneich.com/2014/03/inclusiveness-at-mozilla/

What I don't understand is how he can feel that way about how people should be treated at Mozilla but not that way in regard to how people should be treated by the state. :\
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Pretty cool version of the song.
Google Play offering it for free right now.
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My first auto-awesome movie drive-by from Google lol
Wild tarantula passing through!
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"You have selectively directed your femininity, knowing intuitively or otherwise, that the gift is yours to bestow and withdraw as you see fit."
:80 LOL
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This is a pretty cool extension for Firefox made by Mozilla. It lets you see how you are being tracked by companies and other sites while visiting a website.
Lightbeam is a Firefox add-on that enables you to see the first and third party sites you interact with on the Web. Using interactive visualizations, Lightbeam shows you the relationships between these third parties and the sites you visit.

Here is a link to the add-on:
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/lightbeam/

There is a similar extension for Chrome based off of the original Firefox add-on:
Collusion for Chrome
Extension link:
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/collusion-for-chrome/ganlifbpkcplnldliibcbegplfmcfigp
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That is kind of strange really. Personally I think being against plugins goes against the spirit of the web as being an open platform for technology and innovation. The platform should be as open as possible and just allow people to use what they want.

The problem is that the web has come under the control of big companies so they are honing it to suit their own platform needs.
 
Plugins go against that paradigm, including open source plugins, because it takes control away from companies of their platform which is becoming more and more the web itself. And so as a result the web is reflecting more and more of that same 'closed' mindset.
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Finding a kingsnake is like an epic level item drop!
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attractive..
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For free on Google Play!
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Dedicated to Joseph
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lol no just chicken breast
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Reform ECPA: Tell the Government to Get a Warrant

That law, known as the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA), was written over 25 years ago, before the services we use today even existed.

Right now, several bills in Congress would fix this by updating ECPA to require a warrant, but regulatory bodies are blocking reform in order to gain new powers of warrantless access.

We call on the Obama Administration to support ECPA reform and to reject any special rules that would force online service providers to disclose our email without a warrant.

https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/reform-ecpa-tell-government-get-warrant/nq258dxk
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He is probably one of the new trilogy guys... 
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Is anyone else getting a trojan download warning from Google when visiting php.net and clicking on a result returned from a search in the online documentation?

When I view Google's diagnostic page about why this is happening it states that trojans have been downloaded from the site in the last 90 days without user consent.
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I got an email from Rasmus Lerdorf saying it was a false positive and that they were trying to get Google to fix it.
Looks like the site isn't causing that warning anymore. :)

Edit: turns out it was not a false positive :(
http://php.net/archive/2013.php#id2013-10-24-2
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