"Wir können E-Mails nur bis 500km weit weg senden!" - Kannte ich noch nicht das Problem. Sehr lustig :D https://www.ibiblio.org/harris/500milemail.html
Oh is an interesting-looking shell in pure Go. https://github.com/michaelmacinnis/oh
I shall have a look at it!
Also, @tootapp's posting screen is really, really cute, but after looking at it for several minutes it gets a little monotone.
Asynchronous working seems to become less and less popular. Yesterday while on the train I edited a Numbers spreadsheet that was shared via iCloud, and I couldn't make changes while in dead spots. Now I'm trying to clean up my inbox, and while moving is queued, mailbox creation isn't. – I think developers should use their own products on the road more often.
the one thing i can honestly say i learnt thanks to my university studies that i dont think id have figured out elsewhere Show more
everything is messier and more complex than any of us are willing to admit, and we should be talking about it in much simpler terms than people who are interested in the messiness and complexity will ever be willing to do
I think I'm going to try this Anki thing (http://augmentingcognition.com/ltm.html) out for my theatre lines for this summer's play.
Anyway, I'd like to run a kernel written in a memory-safe language that I can also read and understand (personally I'd prefer Go because I'm good at it, and I haven't yet found a resource that made it easy for me to learn Rust, and my Haskell is very rusty (haha)). But I have no idea how it is be done and if it is at all practical (or if not, what's missing). Anyone? #followerpower
I still couldn't find out why @tootapp says »detsoob« instead of »boosted« for the boosts of one person I follow. They don't look mirrored to me!
I'm the guy who finds four-leaf clovers all the time.
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