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Gary Bernhardt
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Gary Bernhardt 22h
the solar field network lets me drop that massive 84/100 solar panel/accumulator blueprint and run away while robots build it
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Gary Bernhardt 22h
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Gary Bernhardt 22h
Which was totally not obvious. Also clearly not the place to comment on that in the first place.
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Gary Bernhardt 22h
I deleted that tweet because I realized that it could be read that way. I meant I'm jealous of how well it's *written*.
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Gary Bernhardt 22h
128 hours in Factorio. My brain has become one with the logistic robot and the requester chest.
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Gary Bernhardt 22h
"Reflecting On One Very, Very Strange Year At Uber" by captures sexism in tech just perfectly.
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Gary Bernhardt Feb 18
well this all seems fine
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Gary Bernhardt Feb 18
we have fun
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Gary Bernhardt Feb 18
(I also make this mistake, but here I show my superpower: feeling bad about myself and self-destructively chasing perfection! Wait... shit.)
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Gary Bernhardt Feb 18
By comparison, we explain programming ideas with page-long walls of code or chapter-long walls of text.
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Gary Bernhardt Feb 18
I'm not wild about that nitpick, but the problem, example, and connection to surrounding context fit in a tweet with room for my comments!
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Gary Bernhardt Feb 18
E.g., flaut/flaunt in writing: "'flout' still doesn't mean 'flaunt,' no matter how many writers flaunt their ignorance by flouting the rule"
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Gary Bernhardt Feb 18
We should use more examples, especially examples minimized to their essence, connecting the current question to the current context.
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Sauro Jan 11
OMG IT FINALLY HAPPENED! THE QUICK BROWN FOX JUMPS OVER THE LAZY DOG
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Gary Bernhardt Feb 17
there's a ventilator dingus
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Gary Bernhardt Feb 17
that's about isolation, which is almost unrelated to reflection treatment
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Gary Bernhardt Feb 17
None of this is ordered yet, but
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Gary Bernhardt Feb 17
this is not egg cartons
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Gary Bernhardt Feb 17
the good stuff is fiberglass, which... what could possibly go wrong?!
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Gary Bernhardt Feb 17
The acoustic panels will probably be $1k shipped, but somehow a 1" thick custom-size maple desktop is only $300 with free shipping.
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