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On 3/4/2012 9:56 PM, Eric Vinyl wrote:
<pre wrap="">Justin, I'm not sure what's going on here. I worry about you.
One day you're going to apply for a job, the prospective employer
is going to Google/Bing you, and all of this crazy stuff about
you that you keep mailing the public Noisebridge-discuss
list is going to appear in their browser via a sequence of
ajax calls that would BLOW YOUR MIND.
<pre wrap="">Pssh, whatever. Fuck any potential employer who gives a shit what I write for my friends on the weekend, anyway.
Justin: I admire your pluck! And<tt> </tt>let me know when you end
up homeless, I've got some good tips.. <br>
Just kidding! (But not really.<br>
Eric: can you demonstrate the danger & the mind-blowing ajax
calls you refer to? An example -- maybe without actually using
anyone's actual personal info if possible. I'm genuinely curious,
& think this could be informative & eye-opening, not just
for JD, but lots of peeps....<br>
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