It's usually better to take a short 30-minute nap rather can consuming stimulants like coffee.

I also need to focus on a smaller set of projects lest I burn out and nothing gets done.

Loaded the Python Humble Bundle ebooks into my ebook reader and started reading one.







#tokyocameraclub #東京カメラ部 #Japan #Photo #写真 #日本 #Photograph #Photography

"We find ourselves tied down to Apple, Facebook, Google, or Microsoft for our e-mail, social networking, calendering -- you name it. It doesn't have to be that way...What the #FreedomBox brings to the table is the power to let almost anyone run their own server without being a Linux expert."

READ: "Put the internet back under your control with the FreedomBox"

splitting a collection according to a predicate with #Clojure

((juxt filter remove) even? (range 10))
=> [(0 2 4 6 8) (1 3 5 7 9)]

me waiting and watching my blender animations render very slowly

"Software below the poverty line" by André Staltz

This is a pretty eye-opening and damning piece. There's so much money sloshing around in our industry, but not a lot of it is going to our open-source commons.

"Free world building idea: Wizards have the same trust in magic that software designers have in software, which is to say, almost none at all."

I just reached behind a computer and plugged a USB cable into a port I couldn't see and got it the right way around the first time, so yeah, I guess my life's kinda peaked now.

Anyone knows a professional film crew based in ? We're looking for people to record a conference. Thx.

With find instead of fd

$ find . -name '*.html' -o -name '*.css' | entr reload-browser Firefox

Poor person's LiveReload

$ fd -e html -e css | entr reload-browser Firefox

Paul Baran is not nearly as famous as Bob Kahn or Vint Cert or the like, but the guy literally invented packet switching in ~1964 as an outgrowth of this paper and similar work.

"How do you teach people how to debug [...] code? From what I can see, no one even tries to teach it, and textbooks, if they mention it at all, bury it in the back pages. Some people are very good at it, but many people who should be good at it can't seem to do it at all."

-Mort Bernstein, System Development Corporation, at the RAND Symposium on Computing, Nov 1971

The toughest thing about contributing to standards on your own time is that a team of people funded by a corporate behemoth will outpace you.

@rysiek #RightsCon obviously. So far so good. Giggling and crying at the same time. "8 different refugee blockchain projects, 8 different consent blockchain projects, because that is the problem with consent: lack of blockchain."

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