What constitutes cognitive scientific progress? https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108625753
I’ve Been Thinking, by Daniel C. Dennett: https://www.penguin.com.au/books/ive-been-thinking-9780241519271
I just lost ¾ of a really good blog post by typing :q! without thinking and I’m having a really hard time rewriting it.
On @pluralistic@pluralistic ’s upcoming book (about the climate crisis):
“My next novel is The Lost Cause, which will be published by Tor/Macmillan (US/Canada) and Head of Zeus/Bloomsbury (UK, AU, NZ, SA, etc) on November 15”
Vamos lá gente, tou precisando dar umas aulas a mais de #Python que as contas não tão fechando…
Wordle DS 835 6/6
Todos os dias uma razão para rejeitar o #ChatControl e só paramos quando for derrotado:
- CE admite que a precisão tecnológica referida no #ChatControl é apenas baseada em opiniões dos fornecedores, sem nunca ter sido verificada de forma independente.
Não me parece um bom caminho: “ Candidatos a professores: universidades vão poder ser menos exigentes com mestrados”: https://www.publico.pt/2023/10/02/sociedade/noticia/candidatos-professores-universidades-vao-menos-exigentes-mestrados-2065313
New at #APA: The Reality of Cherished Memories https://blog.apaonline.org/2023/10/02/the-reality-of-cherished-memories/
On my blog: Developer Diary, Batik Day https://john.colagioia.net/blog/2023/10/02/batik.html #programming #project #devjournal
À quoi peut me servir #openbsd (édition serveur)? https://si3t.ch/log/2023-10-02-octopenbsd-server.txt #octopenbsd
À quoi peut me servir #openbsd ? https://si3t.ch/log/2023-10-02-octopenbsd-desktop.txt #octopenbsd
Nice photo of the burning sky!
New at #OpenForDebate: Semmelweis, Socratic Ignorance and Listening in an Unjust World https://blogs.cardiff.ac.uk/openfordebate/semmelweis-socratic-ignorance-and-listening-in-an-unjust-world/
New at #NWP: Suzy Killmister (Monash University), "A Metaphysics of Dehumanization" https://newworkinphilosophy.substack.com/p/suzy-killmister-monash-university
@email@example.com Gonna miss your lovely ocean scenery, but we’ll do something about that soon™ 😅 I believe I do still intend to build an external fully supported Twtxt<->ActivityPub bridge, so ya never know, you might just be back and ya’d never know 😅
@firstname.lastname@example.org Just saw this 😱 Sad to see you go mate 😢
@email@example.com I think I misunderstood some aspects of Wireguard as mentioned here, not 100% sure, but so far things are much happier now with assigning
/32(s) as Tunnel IP(s) for Peers and being a bit more thoughtful about the
AllowedIPs 🤞 I’m only playing around with 3 devices right now, my core router (RouterOS), an Ubuntu 22.04 VM over at Vultr and my iPhone.
@firstname.lastname@example.org Nothing special, really. 🤔 We have “site-to-site” (a pair of servers) and “point-to-site” (one server, many clients) setups, pretty much the same as described here:
Which operating system(s) are you using?
I think this is what I was missing in my understanding:
In other words, when sending packets, the list of allowed IPs behaves as a sort of routing table, and when > receiving packets, the list of allowed IPs behaves as a sort of access control list.
This is what we call a Cryptokey Routing Table: the simple association of public keys and allowed IPs.