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This week I got back into the Nu shell, kept digging into CRDTs, got closure with Mozilla's XUL story and considered the perils of AR for our personal privacy.
An article explaining the optimisations you can apply to CRDT structures to keep their resource consumption in check.
A shell that focuses on structured data manipulation instead of raw streams. A snippet to give you a taste:
nu> ls | sort-by size ────┬────────────────────────────────────┬──────┬────────┬───────────── # │ name │ type │ size │ modified ────┼────────────────────────────────────┼──────┼────────┼───────────── 0 │ ./seachess/bulletins/2020-W34.toml │ File │ 764 B │ 4 mins ago 1 │ ./seachess/bulletins/2020-W22.toml │ File │ 1.5 KB │ 3 days ago ...
An article about the future of wearable AR and the impact on corporations that base their strength in amassing data.
An article about the history of the Firefox extension model. If you where into XUL back in the day, it might give you some closure.
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