They requested one, you supplied one. One is not double of one, but at least you tried.
Your second "example" was of a school teacher, not a drag queen.
Since your evidence lacks any (credible) source, it is not verifiable, thus dismissed out of hand. Try again.
after even NY Times and Polico exposed their fraudulent reporting on the Twitter Files
There's no "fraudulent reporting". The Twitter Files (TTFs) are a nothingburger, and anyone with the bare minimum of reading comprehension skills knows this.
Let's look at page 232 of the sworn deposition of FBI Agent Chan, the supposed "smoking gun" Elmo thinks TTFs expose:
Q. BY MR. SAUER: Okay. So right here at Paragraph 17 he
says, "The Site Integrity Team blocked Twitter
users from sharing links over Twitter to the
applicable New York Post articles and prevented
users who had previously sent tweets sharing those
articles from sending new tweets until they deleted
the tweets violating Twitter's policies," correct?
A. BY THE WITNESS: So that is what he wrote, but I am not
aware of the specific details of the actions that
they took until you just read that paragraph to me
Q. Do you know if anyone at Twitter reached
out to anyone at the FBI to check or verify
anything about the Hunter Biden story?
A. I am not aware of any communications
between Yoel Roth and the FBI about this topic.
Q. Are you aware of any communications
between anyone at Twitter and anyone in the federal
government about the decision to suppress content
relating to the Hunter Biden laptop story once the
story had broken?
MR. SUR: Objection; lacks foundation.
THE WITNESS: I am not aware of Mr. Roth's
discussions with any other federal agency. As I
mentioned, I am not aware of any discussions with
any FBI employees about this topic as well. But I
only know who I know. So I don't -- he may have
had these conversations, but I was not aware of it.
Q. BY MR. SAUER: You mentioned Mr. Roth.
How about anyone else at Twitter, did anyone else
at Twitter reach out, to your knowledge, to anyone
else in the federal government?
A. So I can only answer for the FBI. To my
knowledge, I am not aware of any Twitter employee
reaching out to any FBI employee regarding this
You're so wrong so often, one could wonder if that's your true goal.
CEO publicly says, "I made a mistake and will pay attention to needs the community starting now."
CEO goes on a personal voyage of discovery (month-long silent retreat in the desert fueled by booze and 'shrooms)
If CEO survives, CEO returns and does the right thing.
Welcome to late-stage capitalism, where C-suite doesn't have to do anything right and they still get paid.
If you hit the second button down on the right, it’ll mute most gas pumps.
If you stick a knife in the speaker and move it around, it'll permanently mute the advertisements.
Or if you spray some insulating foam into the grille, same effect.
...but don't do either of those, that would be vandalism.
You don't even need the read -p ..., just echo "Proceed? (yes/N): yes because you're doing a screen shot, remember :)
If you're doing a video capture, then I'd put in a sleep and/or show a spinner while it is "deleting" those records.
...but not the ministers on their personal phones and laptops!
Once the EU breaks encryption, a concerted, targeted effort to obtain those ministers' most intimate and private conversations and publish them on the web will be a just and fitting punishment.
That’s not a thing that happens with proper software and database design.
Years ago, I attended a talk by a Twitter Engineer who discussed how they sharded their data set into different databases. I remember being blown away when he mapped out how a follow worked, with your account linked to the one you're following (but not vice-versa). In order to scale the graph, they found the easiest thing was to shard across many, many MySQL DBs. A relational DB would never have been able to keep up with the number of writes-per-second (something like 15k IIRC).
Obviously, they've tweaked and expanded their infrastructure since. You can read what they had—at least in 2017—in a nice blog post by the VP of Infrastructure and Ops Mazdak Hashemi (no doubt long gone ).
The Internet Relay Chat people did a reasonable job of fixing that in 1993, by timestamping everything.
Simple solution is simply wrong.
This issue is what you'd imagine would happen if Mount Stupid Musk wanted to shut down a "extra" data center, so he—not knowing anything about anything—told his goons to pull the servers from one and plug them in at the other. How hard could it be, right?
“This session, there was no question that we would ban the teaching of CRT in Texas universities.” — Dan “there are more important things than living” Patrick
At first I thought this out-of-touch idiot is playing to his base, but his base is largely uneducated and eschews learning, so what do they care?
The crisis du jour is “CRT”, but more of the same: no foaming MAGA can define it, yet they hate it and want to abolish it.
Scrape every news site's pages, then have tell Chat GPG to summarizes them in its own words. No linking necessary. Let them go down in flames.
If they haven't bothered to adapt in the 30 fricking years they've known their subscription numbers have been falling (starting in 1991 for weekday editions, 1995 for Sunday's), then they can die in a fire already.
No, it isn't. Imaging you're a minor signing up for an account on some random website:
Enter your email:email@example.comEnter your age:17Sorry, you must get a parent's or guardian's permission to continue. Enter their email address:firstname.lastname@example.org (yes, it is the same email address even though it doesn't look like it)
/The minor gets the permission email, clicks the link and then their account is active./
/Also, now that a third party—the parent—has access to the account, it is that much less secure. If the parent picks a shitty password, doesn't enable 2FA, or whatever other antipatterns, the account is more likely to be cracked./
How does anyone prove they are the parent of a minor to a website, short of sending in the child's birth certificate and a copy of the parent's state ID? What happens to those documents once they are verified? How do you know?
What happens to parental access when the minor reaches 18?
Do minors who don't have parents/supportive parents just suck up not having accounts on TikTock/Insta/whatever?
If an account is required for school (e.g., Google), can the Teacher sign for the student? How does the website verify the person is the child's teacher?
Once again a clueless non-technical person thinks tech will magically do The Thing without ultimately costing a ton of $$$ and ending up a colossal failure.
Nevertheless, now’s your chance to update your wardrobe, everyone!
A company doesn't get to violate your rights (acts which are clearly against the law) and make it a condition of employment.
But officer, the employee agreed to go through the Slap Gauntlet whenever they left work; it says so in the employee handbook on page 600!