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Tommi Komulainen
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Tommi Komulainen 13h
disappointed for the lack of Laundry Files content
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Saladin Ahmed Dec 14
I don't know who needs to see this but
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Tommi Komulainen 16h
suddenly thinking about writing a twitter bot that updates my profile picture using photos from tweets I’m tagged in
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kate rotondo Dec 11
i got a solid eight hours of sleep last night instead of doing . few regrets. even though it’s often fun and conquering a tough problem feels great, coding for hours every night after work and parenting can be a slog. remember to take care of yourselves, friends.
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Mark HoHoHoHamill Dec 10
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Tommi Komulainen Dec 10
stupid giant laser, why aren’t you working correctly?
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Tommi Komulainen Dec 9
Replying to @krotondo
Hooray! 🙏
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Tommi Komulainen Dec 9
yakshaving my intcode interpreter for fun and profit. or mostly fun. or just because.
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Tommi Komulainen Dec 9
Replying to @krotondo
I did the same mistake. except I was only collecting digits and splitting on everything else, including minus signs. good thing I’m not speed running it
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I Am Devloper - Vote for Pedro Dec 9
as a self-taught programmer, you just get better at guessing correctly over and over
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Tuomas Niskakangas Dec 8
Finland’s government is now led by these five party leaders.
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Charlie Stross Dec 8
The Bible, and side-quests (the Koran, Book of Mormon, assorted Apocrypha, etc)
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Jonn Elledge Dec 8
Just discovered that a Peleton bike costs £2,000 and then you have to pay £40 a month membership after that, and I've gotta say that weaponising the sunk cost fallacy, forcing people to keep paying you £40 a month so they didn't waste the first £2k, is an *amazing* business model
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VeryFinnishProblems Dec 1
When despite living in Finland for years you still can't open the milk properly
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Tommi Komulainen Dec 7
Replying to @cstross
I realise this wasn’t intended to be a marketing campaign as such but a link to buy the first book in the series would’ve been quite handy in the aftermath
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Tommi Komulainen Dec 7
my books to read queue is suddenly overwhelmed because of the “5 things in the book box” tweets
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Davey Six-Toes Dec 7
Five things to go in the book box for the Europe books: - a map of The Line - a return rail ticket Paddington to Stanhurst, circa 1894 - a copy of Kitchen Confidential - a walking cane - a stealth suit
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Zen Cho Dec 7
5 things in the book box for the Sorcerer to the Crown books: - Hot chocolate for Regency cosiness - Carved silver orb for storing magical secrets - Double-headed turquoise snake brooch - Golden dragon plushie wearing a monocle - Mooncup for collecting magically useful blood
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K.B. Spangler Dec 7
5 things in the book box for every OACET Agent — Calorie-dense protein bars —Notepad and pen with indelible ink —Hardcover copy of Orwell's 1984, with weighted spine for extra impact during a backhand slap —OACET's lawyer's phone number —Condoms or other barrier prophylactics
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Isaac Hepworth Dec 6
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