I'm all team "reading should leave all kinds of traces on paper books" but this is so ... efficient? Go get an e-reader already.
Yesterday my colleague called me a 'book murderer' because I cut long books in half to make them more portable. Does anyone else do this? Is it just me?
The "XP" in "Windows XP" stands for "eXactly comPuters"
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Wikipedia is named after the rare and mysterious Wikipede, a bug which has lots of legs and brains 🐛
honestly didn't know there was a way to quit emacs without opening another terminal and running `pkill emacs`
Steamed tech post
Chalmers: Good Lord, what is happening in there?!
Skinner: A pull request?
Chalmers: A pull request? With lint checks passing? CI builds all green? Sensible commit messages? And readable code that has appropriate variable names?
Chalmers: Did you write new tests?
Skinner: Oh, erm… No.
Pretty impressive to see Twitter's CEO explain how awesome the fediverse is without once mentioning the fediverse. Is this some kind of Oulipo-like game? https://twitter.com/jack/status/1204766078468911106
a forgiveable mistake, if it weren't for two facts: this person wrote a book on learning python and this person is the sort that will berate people for making simple mistakes