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Adrian Duong
Learner, problem solver. Building . cs/bioinformatics. Find me at high places.
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Adrian Duong Feb 13
cow_recurse() { local depth=$1 if [[ -le 1 ]]; then cowsay "${@:2}" return fi cow_recurse $(($depth - 1)) "${@:2}" | cowsay -n } cow_recurse 3 muu
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Adrian Duong Feb 7
Replying to @alanna
Absolutely. Order a flavour, live with your choice. Live to see another day and taste another ice cream flavour.
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Adrian Duong Feb 5
Replying to @Froshiz @mandalarenren
Can confirm
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Adrian Duong Jan 30
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Adrian Duong Jan 29
Replying to @pliao39
Happens a few times in a lifetime, in my experience... Hope you find a USB cable that can charge it
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Pim Techamuanvivit Jan 25
If you want to hear another story about how , and are defrauding us restaurants and their customers, pull up a chair. I have a story to tell.
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Adrian Duong Jan 24
Replying to @VictorPontis
8.76 MILLION times a year!
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Adrian Duong Jan 19
Replying to @HuntWMD @EricaJoy
Interestingly, it's possible for traffic to improve by reducing routes.
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Brent Toderian 1 Feb 19
If someone choses to live in smaller housing in the inner city to avoid a commute, they generally don’t pressure society to build them a bigger house with more stuff. So if you chose a bigger stuff-filled house in the suburbs, don’t expect society to build you a fast commute.
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Adrian Duong Jan 15
Replying to @lovepinkrose12
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Adrian Duong Jan 6
Replying to @AdrianDuong
I wish they didn't even have to deal with passwords at all, but that's the status quo.
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Adrian Duong Jan 6
Replying to @AdrianDuong
English is not their first (or even second) language, so randomly selected English words also are not significantly more memorable than randomly selected alphanumeric characters.
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Adrian Duong Jan 6
In setting up password managers for some family members, many of whom are not touch typists, I now know that Diceware isn't the be-all and end-all.
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Adrian Duong Jan 1
Replying to @TheRealRevK @TrudiiBee
No probs! Just putting it there for those who don't know
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Adrian Duong Jan 1
Replying to @TheRealRevK @TrudiiBee
Source:
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Adrian Duong Dec 22
Replying to @adlleong
Not all fields can be used as field selector, so it makes me think maybe not a simple scan & filter
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Adrian Duong Dec 20
Replying to @olix0r
> More recently [yak] fiber has started to be used in the garment industry to produce premium-priced clothing and accessories Lucrative...
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Adrian Duong Dec 20
$ kubectl get deploy --all-namespaces X error: a resource cannot be retrieved by name across all namespaces $ kubectl get deploy --all-namespaces --field-selector=metadata\.name=X ✅ okay then
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Michael Sayman Dec 17
Imagine if Spotify was like U.S. healthcare: - Pay $9.99/mo premium for some music - Pay $7 per song listen til you spend $100, after that it's included (resets each yr) - Pay $0.49 copay every listening session - If you get fired, we cancel your Spotify & songs cost $999/listen
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Adrian Duong Dec 17
Wow, can't believe I haven't heard of before. It's good stuff!
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