#Dazed And Confused

All Too Swift

If you spent anytime on Twitter last week, you undoubtedly saw people tweeting non-stop about Taylor Swift. I find that this happens with good regularity regardless of whom you may follow. Any news around her tends to flood the social zones, and there’s often news about her. Much of it seems extremely smart on her part. And last week was no different as she lit Twitter aflame by releasing a re-recorded version of her 2012 album, Red.
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‘All Too Well (10-Minute Version)’ Is Everything We Hoped For

As much as I would have loved to have the full ten-minute version of “All Too Well” when Red first came out in 2012, getting a chance to relive the song as an adult and grow up with Taylor is what I (and other heartbroken fans) needed before experiencing “ATW” in all of its glory. Taylor Swift has grown into an artist that redefined the music industry, and she has perfected the heartbreak ballad with “All Too Well (10-Minute Version) (Taylor’s Version) (From the Vault).” Swift’s had time to reflect on the relationship, and the full version of the song off Red (Taylor’s Version) illustrates her maturity in her relationships but also in her musical ability.

We Need Another Movie Like Dazed and Confused

Saying that the movies of today have a very uptight feel to them is the kind of over-generalization I don’t like to point out, but when it comes to mentioning movies like Dazed and Confused, which was a pleasing swirl of stereotypes and emotions that come together to form what a lot of people think of as the high school experience, it’s fair to say that things have changed quite a bit. And keep in mind, this movie was released back in the early 90s when things were definitely changing and the whole vibe was one that a lot of people were still trying to figure out. The movie Dazed and Confused had plenty of moments that a lot of people today might look at and call controversial or downright wrong, but one thing that’s become insanely irritating when it comes to movies and the views that people express about them is that many folks either fail or don’t want to take into account that the eras being represented in these types of movies depict a very different time when things weren’t the way they know them to be now.

How This Mom Is Balancing Motherhood And A Career In Cannabis

Since my first child was born, conversations around motherhood have evolved. We’re more honest, with ourselves and each other about the realities of postpartum life, about fertility issues, about how burnt out we feel (especially during the pandemic). All of those conversations are important, but as far as we’ve come, there’s still so much about the experience of motherhood that is taboo to discuss. One of those taboo topics — cannabis.

Blue Ice Kume 30 – Review

I’m starting to think that backpacks say a lot about who we are. Do you wear the 100-pocketed multi-zipper accessed, google-pouched, sunglasses-pouched, bells and whistles version or the minimalist, rip-stop nylon pouch with a drawstring closure up top, a suitable waist belt and shoulder straps and maybe some ice axe leashes for luxury?

Dazed and Confused: What's Wrong with Crypto Libraries?

Recent studies have shown that developers have difficulties in using cryptographic APIs, which often led to security flaws. We are interested to tackle this matter by looking into what types of problems exist in various crypto libraries. We manually studied 500 posts on Stack Overflow associated with 20 popular crypto libraries. We realized there are 10 themes in the discussions. Interestingly, there were only two questions related to attacks against cryptography. There were 63 discussions in which developers had interoperability issues when working with more than a crypto library. The majority of posts (i.e. 112) were about encryption/decryption problems and 111 were about installation/compilation issues of crypto libraries. Overall, we realize that the crypto libraries are frequently involved in more than five themes of discussions. We believe the current initial findings can help team leaders and experienced developers to correctly guide the team members in the domain of cryptography. Moreover, future research should investigate the similarity of problems at the API level among popular crypto libraries.