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The Red River Women's Clinic of Fargo, North Dakota, is readyin… North Dakota Abortion Defender needs your support for Red River Women's Clinic- New Location

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from Daring Fireball Last week I wrote about a change in MacOS 12.4 that upset many polyglots — as part of a company-wide effort to decouple national flags as icons to denote languages, the Input menu in MacOS now uses two letter codes instead (“US” for U.S. English, “GB” for British, etc.). As I wrote in an update to that post, the new policy does make sense for Apple — national flags carry political connotations that languages alone do not — but it’s unfortunate for users accustomed to scanning the menu for colorful icons at a glance when switching. Two third-party developers have come to the rescue, with similar apps that restore the “pick a flag to change input sources” functionality: Keyboard Switcheroo is a $2 app from Adam Overholtzer (creator of, among other utilities, the excellent Incognito Browser for iOS). App Store link. Colorful Input Menu Flags is a $1 app from Daniel Kašaj. App Store link. Both apps serve the same fundamental purpose: they add a system-wide menu item that shows a flag icon to denote the current input language. Open the menu, and you can choose another input source language, as configured in the Keyboard panel in System Preferences. Keyboard Switcheroo is a bit more polished. It lets you choose between the traditional flat flags, as previously used in the system’s built-in Input menu, the emojis for those flags (which are a bit larger and wavy instead of flat), or a custom image. Colorful Input Menu Flags only uses the emoji icons. Keyboard Switcheroo also lets you edit the languages shown in the menu directly within the app — no need to go to System Preferences.

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GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.

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The phoney war on art 8 ECHR begins ( or perhaps better to say, continues, backed by phoney law.) Sigh.

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THE SUPREME COURT HAS OVERTURNED ROE V. WADE, ELIMINATING THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO ABORTION. https://t.co/ZNYRs3QnpJ — SCOTUSblog (@SCOTUSblog) Jun 24, 2022

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The future that we now inhabit will not resemble the past before Roe, when women sought out illegal abortions and not infrequently found death. The principal danger now lies elsewhere, and arguably reaches further. We have entered an era not of unsafe abortion but of widespread state surveillance and criminalization—of pregnant women, certainly, but also of doctors and pharmacists and clinic staffers and volunteers and friends and family members, of anyone who comes into meaningful contact with a pregnancy that does not end in a healthy birth.

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Kavanaugh, Thomas Champion Creating Better Future For Next Generation Of Rapists

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I just published an overview of how we built a $1M ARR open source SaaS. I've listed all the significant steps and milestones along the way, starting from when the first line of code was written.

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https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=31845144

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bookmarking service like pinboard.in , but with desktop app (and iOS app coming soon) Saint-Petersburg https://mobile.twitter.com/raindrop_io

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We will not be delayed. We will not be masquerade To the tale of a handmade. We will not let Roe v. Wade slowly fade. Because when we show up today, We’re already standing up With the tomorrow we made. Let's get to work:

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JUST IN: American confidence in Supreme Court sinks to lowest level ever recorded by Gallup

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It may be time to stop talking about “red” and “blue” America. That’s the provocative conclusion of Michael Podhorzer, a longtime political strategist for labor unions and the chair of the Analyst Institute, a collaborative of progressive groups that studies elections. Jake Grumbach, assistant professor of political science at the UW, is quoted.

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Pretty solid consensus building in EU courts that Analytics - or, on the wording of this ruling, *any* embedded tool that passes knowledge of an IP address to the USA, is illegal under GDPR.

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Practical CSS and design tips that helps in building future-proof user interfaces.

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