10 Conspiracy Theories That Turned Out To Be True

10 Conspiracy Theories That Turned Out To Be True – some I’ve heard about before, some are new to me.  I’ll keep the list here for further reading and research.

  1. The Gulf of Tonkin Incident
  2. Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment
  3. Project MKUltra
  4. Operation Northwoods
  5. CIA Drug Trafficking
  6. Operation Mockingbird
  7. COINTELPRO
  8. Operation Snow White
  9. Secret Global Economic Policies
  10. The US Government Illegally Spies On Its Own Citizens

The worlds collide: jsphp and php.js

I guess we can consider the overlapping between PHP and JavaScript worlds complete.  Just within the last couple of days I separately and independently came across two different projects:

  • jsphp, which is a pseudo-implementation of the ECMA 262 standard (JavaScript 8.5.1) for PHP 5.3+
  • php.js, which is a resource that offers community-built JavaScript alternatives to PHP functions

So now you can use JavaScript-like stuff in PHP, and PHP-like stuff in JavaScript.  Boom!

OctroTree – Google Chrome extension for browsing GitHub code repositories

OctroTree – Google Chrome extension for browsing GitHub code repositories.  I promise you, this is one of those things that you wouldn’t believe you lived without before.  Fast, convenient, with support for private repositories (via API access token), GitHub Enterprise, and keyboard shortcuts.  Absolutely essential for anyone who is on GitHub!

octotree

TODO : Read more documentation

It’s after bits like this one, I think I should spend more time reading documentation:

METHODS

Create

Create a new transaction.

This routine should _never_ be called by anything other than RT::Ticket. It should not be called from client code. Ever. Not ever. If you do this, we will hunt you down and break your kneecaps. Then the unpleasant stuff will start.

TODO: Document what gets passed to this

RT::Transaction->Create() developer manual for Request Tracker 4.2.