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Mood of the day: Archiving every flash on e621 before the death of Flash in December

Can someone use the leekspin music as a beat and rap over it?

@polarisfm you know what it IS possible to pull that with, though?

"That isn't RISC-V, because it contains proprietary instruction set extensions"

the thing you have to understand about right wingers is that they have been living in this ideological superposition for decades where they think the US is the greatest country that has ever existed and was perfectly designed by da founding fahdders but also think that the government is evil and will turn and kill them at any moment. if you can make that make sense in your brain you can believe anything

Summary of my Fediverse presence:

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Finally, a good instance!

Goes inactive for three weeks, comes back, makes twenty posts in one day.

Bonus points for converting YouTube links to Invidious, Twitter to Nitter, and Instagram to Bibliogram

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Can we get a bot that just yells at people every time they link to a Cloudflare-encumbered website?

"Wow, this rsync took a long time, wonder if my internet is having issues"

"Oh."

Also, imagine anyone doing this now.

"No, this isn't amd64, we removed three assembly commands. It's completely legally distinct"

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Fun 8-bit computing fact: While many say that the Famicom/NES have 6502 CPUs, the CPUs in those consoles were designed to be legally distinct enough for Nintendo not to get sued by MOS Technology.

The CPU in the Famicom/NES (and by extension every clone system) is called the Ricoh 2A03, and lacks certain math features Nintendo decided to be unimportant for games.

It's just a little moral conflict.

It's libre.

It's made by the NSA.

😖

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I wonder if they released the source just so they could go, "see, no backdoors!"

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I'm still confused and concerned about Ghidra being a great piece of libre reverse engineering software that's also developed by the NSA.

Has it been externally audited?

In fairness, if you were going to backdoor anything I doubt you'd want it to be reverse engineering software given the crowd that use it.

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