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Hm.  How useful would "node.js for iOS" be to other people?

(Because I've got it half-written already, as a side-effect of my own experimentation.  It's not precisely that because it uses Apple's interpreter instead of Google's, but it's got an awful lot in common.)
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http://nodeapp.org/ and https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/node-javascript-interpreter/id793774475 exist.  that said, i got bored with it as i am a IcedCoffeeScript fanboi.
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So, at last check, AWS ELB (yes, really) and Yahoo were both still vulnerable (and at least one was actively leaking user data).  Anyone checked any other high-profile services?
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Well, a "Fire TV" is traveling towards me now.  User reports that it really was trivial to sideload random APKs on it over wifi are what pushed me over the edge; I should be able to use it as I've been using my Ouya, but with better hardware and more vendor support.

I may have to hack the remote (to put in a switch to disable the microphones -- I do not want "voice search").
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What you need to know about "Winter Soldier": (a) it's good, and (b) it comes with two servings of shawarma.
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My brain is full now.  Where did I put that trepanning auger?
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That's what she said!
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80° yesterday, snow tomorrow?  Bite me, weather.
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So, rare earth elements and petrochemicals are important, but why is nobody talking about the critical vibranium gap between us and Wakanda?
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Well, I updated my server.  I think everyone else should probably panic, though.
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i was looking for a reason to EoL an old login server.
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I sense one of these in my future.  Not sure which one yet.
Chrome is the most popular browser around, but even with its large extension library, one size does not fit all. Thankfully, there's a treasure trove of web browser brilliance built on Chrome's solid, open-source foundation--from browsers aimed at the security conscious to the multimedia hobbyists. Here are four Chrome-based alternatives worth checking out.
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