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Searching for an answer - 123dev #80

Searching for an answer - 123dev #80
By Justin Garrison • Issue #80 • View online
Where you search might be more important than what you search

A blue flame in a glass of liquid from a chemical reaction
A blue flame in a glass of liquid from a chemical reaction
Igniting the flame
Humans need to rest. Even if you’re excited about what you’re doing you have to take a break. There’s a reason it’s called “burn out.” You run out of fuel. It doesn’t matter if your fuel is excitement, calories, or any other motivation. When it’s gone the only thing you can do is stop and wait for it to come back.
Too much
I’ve been reserving this 2nd comment to continue to raise awareness about the war in Ukraine. I will continue to do so until the war is over, but there are so many other things happening in the world it’s hard to pick just one major event.
All over the world there are human rights being violated, assassinations, weather catastrophes, and dozens more things to worry about. I am deeply sorry if any of these things have impacted you or people you know.
I hope you’re able to enjoy the small things—like this newsletter—and stay safe.
Generic search engines like Google can’t solve every problem for every use case. They’re very good for general purpose but new search engines have emerged for specific use cases. I’m very interested to see how this develops.
Learning regex? Try explaining the pattern and see if you get a matching pattern.
Want to sniff passwords on a Linux host? This is too cool and a bit scary. It’s evidence that once you have access to lower levels in the stack you have a lot more access.
GitHub - citronneur/pamspy: Credentials Dumper for Linux using eBPF
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