JS Infinite Alert Prank Code gets Japanese Girl in Serious Trouble

Ars Technica Reporting:

Explaining her actions, the girl said that she’d run into such pranks herself and thought it would be funny if someone clicked the link.

The Twitter user referenced in the message, 0_Infinity_, has a protected account, but the user left a message in their bio field suggesting that they don’t understand why there’s so much fuss about the script today, as it was written in 2014.

To protest the actions of the Japanese police and the absurdity of calling this act a crime, Tokyo developer Kimikazu Kato has published on GitHub a project called Let’s Get Arrested. Forking the project and then creating a branch named gh-pages will create a simple GitHub-hosted website that contains nothing but the infinitely looped alert, putting criminality at our fingertips.

for ( ; ; ) {
    window.alert(" ∧_∧ ババババ\n( ・ω・)=つ≡つ\n(っ ≡つ=つ\n`/  )\n(ノΠU\n何回閉じても無駄ですよ~ww\nm9(^Д^)プギャー!!\n byソル (@0_Infinity_)")
}

Calling her a criminal is totally absurd.

How to Format Post Dates to show Time since Post

Ever wonder how to format your post times to show up like Twitter or Facebook time since post in minutes, hours, etc? Here is an example of a facebook post 5 hrs ago:

hours ago

I recently had to do this for one of my Ionic mobile apps. Here is the function in JavaScript:

function formatTimeSincePost(time) { // SHOW TIME SINCE POST

    var now = new Date();
    var postTime = new Date(Date.parse(time));
    postTime = now.getTime() – postTime.getTime();

    var timeAgo = Math.ceil(postTime/1000/60);
    var displayTime = "" ;

    if ( timeAgo > 1440 ){ // SHOW DAYS
        displayTime = "" + Math.ceil(timeAgo/60/24) + " days" ;
    }
    else if (timeAgo > 59){ // SHOW HOURS
        displayTime = "" + Math.ceil(timeAgo/60) + " hrs" ;
    }
    else { // SHOW MINUTES
        displayTime = timeAgo + " min" ;
    } 

  return displayTime;
}

You can also add months and years easily if you wish. There you go, happy coding.