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Society

De maffiopolist

In een interview met NRC Weekend van 8 en 9 augustus 2020 zegt Jitse Groen dingen waardoor ik heel lang niet meer via Thuisbezorgd, eh, Just Eat Takeaway wil bestellen. De monopolist spreekt als een maffiabaas.

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Meta Technology

Certificate issue in DirectAdmin

My own installation of FreshRSS would not load this blog’s RSS feed. And the RSS validator complained about a certificate issue, even though I could connect without errors in a browser.

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Events Linked (Open) Data

HackaLOD 2019

Op 29 en 30 november 2019 deed ik mee aan de HackaLOD 2019, een hackathon met als doel iets te doen met Linked Open Data uit de erfgoedsector. Het was mijn derde keer en hoewel sommige dingen hetzelfde waren als vorige keren, ging ik er met een heel ander gevoel heen en was de ervaring […]

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Meta

Bende is WebSub-enabled

I created my own hub with Superfeedr and added it to the blog settings, so you should now be able to subscribe to this blog via WebSub.

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Uncategorized

(A) Todoist milestone

I’m about to complete my 10000th task in Todoist, yet I’m still over 8000 points of karma away from the Enlightened stateā€¦

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Uncategorized

Clivia in volle bloei

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Academia Technology

Short review of “Spamming in Scholarly Publishing: A Case Study”

Interesting: a researcher, Marcin Kozak, gets a lot of unsollicited email (spam) trying to convince him to publish in a journal or with a publisher and decides to check out these journals and publishers. Kozak, M., Iefremova, O. and Hartley, J. (2015), Spamming in scholarly publishing: A case study. Journal of the Association for Information […]

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Linked (Open) Data Technology

Terms of Semantics

From the “just throwing it out there” dept. in cooperation with the “I’m too lazy to do some research into existing efforts” dept. It is generally known that people rarely read all terms of use and privacy statements of all involved parties providing a service. South Park used that knowledge as a storyline in The […]

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Ideas Technology

Email wish list

Things I might find interesting in an email client or environment. Raw thoughts. fast search search inside encrypted emails get related and linked stuff easily at any time during reading easily organise windows and content, e.g. when you select to reply to an email, put the draft next to the original so that you don’t […]

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Technology

New hobby: “You’re vulnerable as in CVE-2009-3555”

I started a new hobby: pointing out vulnerabilities for a particular man-in-the-middle attack. It is described in CVE-2009-3555: The TLS protocol, and the SSL protocol 3.0 and possibly earlier, as used in Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0, mod_ssl in the Apache HTTP Server 2.2.14 and earlier, OpenSSL before 0.9.8l, GnuTLS 2.8.5 and earlier, Mozilla […]