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Welcome to EP-4 of FalseTrue Digest, - newsletter or journal, or maybe even e-zine, but right now let’s stick to the name digest. I’ll write weekly based summaries about software development, programming world and software itself.

News

Very dangerous since every newcomer into programming uses it today
There is a funny comment on that about .com domains which is executable file extension too and was widely used in 90's

https://packetstormsecurity.com/news/view/34636/Millions-Of-Android-TVs-And-Phones-Come-With-Malware.html

Repositories and projects

How-to’s and guides

Weekly Linux desktop

Mentions and utils

Today mention is Lynx, - a customizable text-based web browser for use on cursor-addressable character cell terminals. As of 2023, it is the oldest web browser still being maintained,[6] having started in 1992. Each of you GNU/Linux users used it at least ones in a life.

Authors: Lou Montulli, Michael Grobe, Charles Rezac

Links to LyNX:

While search info for Lynx I’ve found that site https://hiddenheroes.netguru.com/, its a project to basically doing same as this section, mentioning people who shaped technology

Authors note

This format will be like this,

  • I’ll share various links, and experiences on a weekly base.
  • Interesting persons on Internet and their stuff.
  • Various software which you don’t even know.

If you like what you see here please comment and share, this helps me gain some consistency on this.

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