In 2011, Chinese spies stole the crown jewels of cybersecurity—stripping protections from firms and government agencies worldwide. Here’s how it happened.
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I've recommended my students to push websites to Heroku, and publish portfolios on Wix. Yet every platform with irreplaceable content dies off some day. Geocities, LiveJournal, what.cd, now Yahoo Groups. One day, Medium, Twitter, and even hosting services like GitHub Pages will be plundered then discarded when they can no longer grow or cannot find a working business model.
This is the Emacs version of Atomic Chrome which is an extension for Google Chrome browser that allows you to edit text areas of the browser in Emacs. It's similar to Edit with Emacs, but has some advantages as below with the help of websocket.
The input on Emacs is reflected to the browser instantly and continuously.
You can use both the browser and Emacs at the same time. They are updated to the same content bi-directionally.