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Are these Home Depot customers wrong for the way they treated this shoplifter?

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Shoplifting has unfortunately become a huge part of our national conversation, but I gotta know, do you think these guys out in Vermont took it too far here when they followed this guy into the Home Depot parking lot and gave him the absolute business for his crimes?

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(Thanks, WTM!)
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Elon Musk sues OpenAI, says it now exists to “maximize profits for Microsoft, rather than for the benefit of humanity." Watch his warning about this from 2016. 👀

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Elon is going after OpenAI (the maker of ChatGPT and the video creator Sora) for allegedly putting profit over the good of the human race, which violates its core mission of AI tech for the masses.

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Tom Brady just ran a faster 40 time than he did 24 years ago at the NFL Combine 🤯

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This guy really is the GOAT.

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The “everything” NPM Package

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Feross Aboukhadijeh:

Just when we thought we’d seen it all, an npm user named PatrickJS, aka gdi2290, threw us a curveball. He (along with a group of contributors) kicked off the year with a bang, launching a troll campaign that uploaded an npm package aptly named everything. This package, true to its name, depends on every other public npm package, creating millions of transitive dependencies.

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The “everything” package, with its 5 sub-packages and thousands of dependencies, has essentially locked down the ability for authors to unpublish their packages. This situation is due to npm’s policy shift following the infamous “left-pad” incident in 2016, where a popular package left-pad was removed, grinding development to a halt across much of the developer world. In response, npm tightened its rules around unpublishing, specifically preventing the unpublishing of any package that is used by another package.

Ironically, this policy trapped PatrickJS in his own web. Upon realizing the impact of his prank, he attempted to remove the everything package but was unable to do so. He reached out to the npm support team for help, but the damage was done.

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Be Better, FedEx

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[This is very, very bad.]

I have often been amused at FedEx texts about deliveries, because the company will frequently flip-flop as to whether a package is coming early or late, sometimes changing their mind within minutes. The texts Troy Hunt got were much, much worse.

Link: https://www.troyhunt.com/thanks-fedex-this-is-why-we-keep-getting-phished/

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