Probably contentious, but I think speedrunners should have mandatory breaks for every two hours in a run just like workers. A full half hour break if more than five hours; two if more than ten.
Also, for extremely long runs (more than eight hours), the player can choose to stop at eight hours and start again the next day. If they continue, they must stop at twelve hours. There must be at least ten hours here.
Awesome! @soatok wrote a huge guide on getting started in tech, from why you might want to, to choosing paths, getting your first tech job, all the way to paying it forward.
This looks like it took a lot of effort, and you should share it around to those interested in the tech industry as a career.
Being from a queer, furry perspective does not hurt, either
Just to be clear here, by designating #antifa as a terrorist organisation Trump just officially declared the US as a fascist state.
What you are witnessing right now in the US, are the first days of a openly fascist state.
this man received a sudoku puzzle to solve for his sudoku youtube channel. he was told he wasn't allowed to look at it until he was recording. so on the video, he opened it up and immediately said "i'm being made fun of. this obviously isn't solvable. he's about to get an angry phone call"
..."well, i can place a few digits here and here. but that's it. after that it's impossible."
"well i suppose i could narrow down this digit here but like. this grid does not have a unique solution. it can't."
anyway click the link to watch a man go from frustrated with his friend to unbelievably stunned at the impossible beauty of the puzzle he just solved in only 25 minutes
3. startup makes a horrible business decision or gets bought up by someone onerous; it's inevitable, it's a startup.
4. everybody's shocked, shocked™, but still go with "using it for non-sensitive stuff, too late to move on"
5. rinse, repeat.
Do you know why we don't get a proper, decentralized, easy to use software solutions? This is why. Because we keep letting shitty startups crowd out the good projects.
Isn't it funny how within 24h the approach to #Keybase changed from "it's secure and awesomesauce, use it for everything!!1!" to "I just use it to share stuff but warn users not to do sensitive stuff there"?
No, actually it's not funny. Because it keeps happening:
1. a new shiny startup does X in an open source but centralized way
2. a lot of "experts" saying how great it is; some greybeards warn that it's centralized but nobody listens - it's so shiny and cool!
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