Weekly Web Harvest for 2021-05-23

  • Taiwan’s ‘Butcher Princess’ Is Fed Up With All the Sexism and Stalkers
    The heightened visibility also comes with real-life risk. A couple years ago, Zhang tried live-streaming at her stand to help increase sales. The pork industry rallied behind her, she quickly became one of the most popular Taiwanese livestreamers, and sales skyrocketed. But she was forced to stop when stalkers would show up at the market and try to follow her home. “For other live streamers who stream at home, people can’t find them. But I’m easy to find. Just Google me and you’ll see where I am,” she said. “So said I forget it, even if there is more money, this sense of fear is too great.” 

    –There’s so much in this one article.

  • Building Cloudflare TV from scratch
    from Jim Groom
  • US Soldiers Expose Nuclear Weapons Secrets Via Flashcard Apps – bellingcat
    For US soldiers tasked with the custody of nuclear weapons in Europe, the stakes are high. Security protocols are lengthy, detailed and need to be known by heart. To simplify this process, some service members have been using publicly visible flashcard learning apps — inadvertently revealing a multitude of sensitive security protocols about US nuclear weapons and the bases at which they are stored.
  • Techranger Handbook – Techrangers Handbook
    Welcome to the Techrangers team, the software and course development group of the Center for Distributed Learning (CDL) at UCF. This handbook is a sort of team contract, outlining our mission, values, structure, policies, and practices we’ve found that enable us to do our best work.