as Paul McDonnell noted: this one line tells you everything you need to know about DCC’s ability to enforce the rules: ‘in some of the bags inspected previously issued litter fines were found’. Pathetic
This conceptual collection consists of eight 6:1 scale versions of classic LEGO bricks, each fully functional in one way or the other. Including eight matching photo montages, a homage to the box cover art for the classic “Legoland Space” line. Hultén – “Like most people, I was raised by Lego. For this project, I chose to work with a set of decorated bricks from the iconic 79-87 “Legoland Space” line. These were bricks that would trigger my imagination as a child. 25 years have passed, and they still trigger”ERMAHGERD (faints)
interesting, although they punt to Ceph for storage and miss out the chance to make a CRDT
I am honestly amazed the US banking system still works this way, after over a decade of rampant identity theft:
I cannot count the number of times I’ve freely given out my routing and account numbers—in emails, in webforms, in paperwork. This is because it’s necessary for other people to know my routing number and account number in order for them to send me money. But apparently, with that same information, they can also snatch money straight from my account. What kind of insane system is this? There’s two factor authentication, there’s one factor authentication, and then there’s this, which I think I can call zero factor authentication.