PGP has got to die (for signing, anyway)

Earlier today, I decided I wanted to test a new web application of mine from the perspective of a Tor user. I figured that such a task wouldn't be the most difficult thing in the world---non-technical political activists and journalists are recommended to use Tor all the time to circumvent censorship. The process started in an unassuming manner: I cloned the Git repo from the Arch User Repository that contained the tor-browser packaging scripts, skimmed the files to make sure there wasn't anything blatantly malicious, and started the makepkg process on its way.

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The perfect language (and why Go still isn't it)

The evolution of many a programming language seems to follow a set trajectory:

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Welcome to the snazzblog!

Hey! While there isn't much here yet, expect lots of articles (and changes to the website) to come over the next few weeks.

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