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There are two types of people when it comes to treating not well educated people (which are the majority of people in today's society).
Those who try to farm them for money and those who try to help them by educating them.

Unfortunately the second group is way smaller.

Due to the data loss that I had two weeks ago, I lost about a chapter worth of work of the book I'm writing 😭 .

I should've push the changes ASAP πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ

Just paid my taxes 😭😭😭😭

I love . I wasn't happy with all the mode-lines out there so I just wrote one by borrowing some the functionality from another free software and built a mode line that serves my needs. It's nice to be free.


devheroes.codes/FG42/FG42/src/

I'm prebuilding to get ready for my new hard disk which I'll get around Friday.

@veer66 Hey friend, I got some questions for you if you don't mind sharing.

1) What do you like about clojure?
2) What don't you like about Clojure?
3) What do you think about a type system and clojure?

I had a talk in the other day about and and how to improve as an engineer.

You may find it useful

youtu.be/ZCq7zDSHbcM

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How to help GNU Emacs maintainers?

Read/watch on bzg.fr/en/how-to-help-gnu-emac

Discuss on news.ycombinator.com/item?id=2

Where I oppose the HOT vs ACDC mindsets when it comes to #FreeSoftware maintenance.

Whenever I'm emotional (any emotion, sadness, loneliness, happiness ...) I pick up my guitar and start playing and recording myself. As long as that emotion stays with me I play and refine the song I'm playing. I give it a name and store it in an album called "That man". When I listen to any of those songs later, the same emotions resonate within me and I relive those moments, good or bad.

To me, is the best medium for emotions.

Just watched the 1000th episode of . It literally gave me the chill for 20 minutes. So much memory and nostalgia. I grew up with it and it's still the best.

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I just finished watching a video that shows how mutation works in evolution in a computer simulation. He has made the whole thing using OpenSource tools and the results are fascinating! I can’t emphasise enough on how such videos and explorations are missing from online wold. The idea is simple, the implementation is relatively straightforward and yet the results are super awesome.

I strongly suggest it everyone as the explanations are good for biologists and IT folks:

youtu.be/N3tRFayqVtk

When someone asks me where to begin in order to become an engineer or a scientist, my answer is usually like:

1. Learn to speak English (if you don't speak it already)
2. Learn how to ask smart questions.
3. Question everything
4....

But usually people miss the point of 2 and 3.

Why did I waste my life with Fecking Web development. 😭

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