In the Wild West of the Internets, once again some bright young men who operate under the assumption that technology can fix all problems, and who don't understand how consent works have created an app that's supposed to protect themselves from the horror of false rape accusations. Never mind that innocent men almost never actually face false rape accusations.
I had the amazingly good fortune to spend nearly two weeks in Cuba with an entrepreneurship outreach program recently. As you might imagine, there was a bit of bureaucracy involved. We had to go through several layers of travel agencies and the Cuban government had to approve our detailed itinerary. They're not really known for welcoming this kind of attention on the brilliant Cuban minds working to evolve their economy. It's not exactly clear how well it fits into the Cuban model, you see.
A while back I created the http://puppetlinter.com website. It allows you to quickly and easily validate Puppet code against several different versions of Puppet. Today Josh had an idea. Why not a bookmarklet to easily validate Puppet code from a website. Why not?
- drag the bookmarklet link above to your bookmarks menu.
- Highlight some code on a webpage.
- Click your bookmarklet link.