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kittensaysfuckyou:

White privilege is never having to spell your last name.

you… you’ve never met a polish person have you

I’ve had to either spell out or demonstrate pronunciation for my last name to every person I’ve ever met

Anonymous asks: Just a question: Where did you get the name Red Enchilada from?

I drew things a lot differently than I usually do this time for the sake of experimenting. Mainly practicing soft shading, though I also tried some posing practice and color balancing in post. I guess it turned out okay.

Also, my Tumblr has 1,111 posts as of this one. Neat?

I went and poked around one of those draw threads on /mlp/ and someone requested Berry in a jester’s hat. I did it. I drew something for once.

cliterallysame:

this is honestly my favorite post

rustyxiv:

the-entire-furry-fandom:

dragonitedelight:

yepperoni:

ultra lookin good so far

wow EVO looks intense this year.

evo 2k14 hype

Divekick 2 is looking radical.

jesusinc:

dennys:

*heavy breathing* we have hte bacon

dennys what the fuck

Anonymous asks: Hey hey, are Java statusnet plugins a legitimately reasonable thing? I don't know anything about plugins yet. Considering converting lvbot into an over-arching plugin for statusnet sites if possible, and in Java since I'm learning that currently. Have other ideas planned if not. (Nerthos pointed out a plugin might be a better idea when I mentioned converting lvbot into a user-friendly Java application so people can make/host the bot themselves, and the issues with the idea). - Snocon

StatusNet’s written in PHP, so no. It might be possible to write a Java-to-PHP interface of some sort, but it’d be way too much hassle to be worth it and you’d be waaaaaay better off just writing the plugin in PHP in the first place.

This is my first attempt to draw Cadance, without using references or anything. I think I have a natural talent.

This is my first attempt to draw Cadance, without using references or anything. I think I have a natural talent.

This game has some really nice level aesthetics sometimes.

sheepytina:

dire-dire-docks:

only like 8 people following me will get why this is so fucking funny to me

only 90s kids remember ugly knuckles

sheepytina:

dire-dire-docks:

only like 8 people following me will get why this is so fucking funny to me

only 90s kids remember ugly knuckles

Someone wanted me to help them advertise something and I drew this for the ads. Now I’m posting it here because I haven’t posted any drawings in forever.

https://revoked.saz.im/ →

An SSL certificate is the thing on secured (HTTPS) sites that lets your browser know this site is really who it says it is. Anyone who acquires a site’s certificate can pose as the site without anyone being the wiser. This isn’t a problem if the site is aware of this and revokes the old cert, but the browser needs to check for this first.

This is a page designed to intentionally send a revoked SSL certificate. If your browser checks for these, it’ll throw up an error and not let you view the page. Otherwise, it’ll load the page just fine. Chrome and similar browsers do not check for revoked SSL certificates by default. This is important for reasons detailed in the post I discovered this page from:

I made a little test page using a revoked SSL certificate: https://revoked.saz.im/ - if your browser checks for revocation is should warn you. For me Iceweasel just refused to connect, while Chromium didn’t notice anything wrong. With the heartbleed bug I expect a lot of site admins will revoke old certs, so this might be quite important for browsers to check.

With the Heartbleed bug leading to possible compromising of many SSL certificates, many site admins will be revoking their old certificates and getting new ones. It’s important that browsers check for this for the safety of their users.

The page contains instructions for configuring Chrome to check for revoked SSL certificates. (Firefox and similar browsers already do this.) The instructions have been copied below for your convenience:

Chrome(ium) appears to not check the certificate by default. You need to enable checking manually by going to Settings -> “Show advanced settings…” and check “Check for server certificate revocation” under the HTTPS/SSL heading.

Browse safely!

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