Does anyone else judge the difficulty of a problem by how many tabs you close once you've solved it?
Y'know, like Sherlock Holmes' "Three pipe problem" - "This was a six tab problem" or the like.
TIL Palm Springs names all their streets after movie stars. Apparently Shore Dr is the name of a famous actor, and is nowhere near a body of water.
I do in fact have a production script running on my notebook, so when it hibernates, one production queue backs up and all sort of alerts go off
A day of back to back meetings, yet so much accomplished, how is that even possible
A haiku about getting out of bed:
No no no no no
No no no no no no no
No no no no no
`strtoll` not `stroll`.
there is no stroll function, but it sounds nice, I'd call it
Okay here's a real toot that you can actually boost without people looking at you like you're crazy.
The past few weeks (okay, ever since the schism) I've felt kind of disenchanted by Mastodon and especially its development environment, and I wrote an essay about why that is. It's long, but if you're interested in Mastodon's history or politics you should give it a read.
Lego Batman Movie's Joker Balloon Escape is probably the most ridiculously awesome small set in a while.
I avoid currying in JS (it works better for me in statically typed functional languages). http://2ality.com/2011/09/currying-vs-part-eval.html
Usually, you can achieve similar results more idiomatically via arrow functions: http://2ality.com/2016/02/arrow-functions-vs-bind.html
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Have you heard the one about traceroute?
I find instance growth rate more exciting than the user growth rate--like measuring biodiversity rather than raw population as an indicator of the health of an ecosystem. It means long term resilience.