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Headed to toorcamp tomorrow - pdxtech camp site!

I was reminded today that 24hoursofhappy.com/ is still going and is still a lot of fun to watch.

Wil Wheaton wrote a beautiful piece on living with anxiety/depression.
medium.com/@wilw/8f693f9c0af1

TIL someone made Dinogress (Ingress) or Pokemon Dino cept they call it Jurassic World Live. I figured we'd get a dozen knockoffs after the success of PG, but this is the first I've seen.

"Hey, you goin to sleep?" (edited from twitter.com/HannahHillam comicstrip)

Switching between VR Beat Saber and the "real world" in this video gives an intuition into using VR hardware for somewho who has never worn one. youtube.com/watch?v=RoeXGiWO9d

This VR rhythm game looks like really fun exercise. youtube.com/watch?v=GAlwSC5PQZ

Just deleted my last toot (good test of deletion) - "Hide boosts" is an available status for a specific follow. Nice!

Zig's easy C interop nice type inference made it good. Having Elm's Maybe type for null ptrs and a subset of Union types for error-or-value function returns makes Zig great. ziglang.org/documentation/mast

after spending an hour with ziglang.org and an opengl lib, i already believe that Zig is a better C. types are nullable only when declared to be so. type inference for variables. same C syntax, super-easy C interop. build files are in zig and still easy to read.

@jamey whats the latest on this week's PSU rocket launch?

"After August 16th, 2018, “streaming services” at Twitter will be removed."

Time to build good activitypub clients!

daringfireball.net/2018/05/the

"Mastering Bitcoin" by A. Antonopoulos is not only the bible of bitcoin internals, the Chilton shop manual of bitcoind, but a shining example of technical writing in general. github.com/bitcoinbook/bitcoin

This picture summarizes ko lanta remarkably well.

it bears repeating: perl6 is a 'real', usable language now with some interesting takes on the usual crop of language features. github.com/tadzik/rakudobrew#r

@status thanks for getting that SSL cert up to date! 😜

this is an interesting window into pre-UNIX days (MULTICS).

$ telnet m.trnsz.com