Really like this video on the behavioral differences when copying JavaScript objects vs primitives. I realize this has been tripping me up so committing this to memory 💡

youtu.be/9ooYYRLdg_g

Seeing the new Lego Rocket Racer minifig [1] gives me so much nostalgia playing the old Lego Racers game on PC [2] as a kid. One of my favorites. Want to see if I can play the N64 version on my Linux laptop!

[1] lego.com/en-us/product/rocket-
[2] youtube.com/watch?v=8MECslJjwE

Looks like AdGuard will soon be taking on NextDNS with a new managed DNS service:

adguard-dns.com/

More about it here: adguard.com/en/blog/reimaginin

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This really sucks (read thread). And has told me more than I need to know about CalyxOS. Won’t be looking into it any further as a potential alternative (microG is a deal-breaker for any longer-term solution anyway).

twitter.com/GrapheneOS/status/

#calyxos #grapheneOS #privacy

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Wrote a Python script that uses doggo under the hood for seeing how effective resolver's filtering is against a list of domains.

gitlab.com/nitrohorse/bulk-dns

Some past related discussions about DNS filtering:
- nitro.horse/@andreas/105563163
- nitro.horse/@andreas/105643795
- nitro.horse/@andreas/104977798

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Watched The Secret of NIMH last night after seeing it recommended enough. Yeah, it's really good. Still thinking about it.

wikiless.org/wiki/The_Secret_o

Learned of nice command line tool called doggo.

> doggo is a modern command-line DNS client (like dig) written in Golang. It outputs information in a neat concise manner and supports protocols like DoH, DoT and DNSCrypt as well.

github.com/mr-karan/doggo

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