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Co-founder . Voice+vim behind . learning Elm; loving Elixir and Erlang; studying distributed systems.
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a (λx→false) true Aug 18
"Average wage growth remains +3.5% year-over-year. The growth of overall income for American workers exceeds +5.4 percent year-over-year. Unemployment is a low 3.6% and U.S. consumer inflation remains low at 1.4 percent."
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a (λx→false) true Aug 18
Replying to @hillelogram
things I tell people will change the way they program: functional programming (map/reduce are your friends) managed effects hindley milner I'm eager to use algebraic effects. that seems fantastic.
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Replying to @yburyug
if you kill your own meat, every meal could involve a hammer if you so choose
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Chris Wage Aug 18
this guy died in my sink so i gave him a photoshoot. please press f for this flying fortress
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Replying to @jorendorff
486 33mhz machines are faster than the 20mhz original (surprise). games were written without a time delta measurement, driven by the chip cycle. they ran too fast at 33mhz.. turbo on: stay at 33mhz turbo off: run at 20mhz
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Replying to @vinbarnes
as long as someone approaches things rationally, I'm satisfied. I see a lot of "people are crying about this on CNN or Fox so now it is the most important issue to me" and honestly it's creepy to witness.
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a (λx→false) true Aug 17
I understand it's fashionable to go chicken little these days over highly marketed outliers, but violent crime is down 4.3% this year. is that the story you've been hearing? if not, any guesses why?
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I'm "CORBA sounds like a reasonable idea" years old
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I'm 'knows what the turbo button is for' years old
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I'm "tripped over the wires in a bedroom in a house and accidentally disconnected everyone from one of the largest BBS in the states and was subsequently banned from entering that room" years old
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I'm 'dad splurged so our first computer had a 10MB hard drive' years old
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I'm 'sold warez to kids at school in a brown paper sack full of 3.5" floppies' years old
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Paul Graham Aug 14
Student debt is something the government makes it extra easy to get into, and extra hard to get out of. The word for that is "trap." I don't think the government meant to create a trap, but that's what they've ended up doing.
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Justin Kan Aug 14
Like many I’ve spent my whole life trying to source approval from the outside world to fill a hole in my heart. I’ve tried to fill it with money, fame and success. But whether it’s $50 or $50m, or 50k twitter followers, everything I’ve thrown down the well has never been enough.
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Gal Shir Aug 13
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Replying to @thompson_si
the real capitalists were the friends we made along the way
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Fred@Bootstrap Aug 13
Replying to @knewter
Maybe it's finally time for a Communism monopoly edition: property is allocated to you by the state, you can't buy any utilities (partly because you don't have any money), and you barter with other players for bread and milk coupons while queuing at the co-op.
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a (λx→false) true Aug 12
I'm happy to report that I won the 4 hour Monopoly game, crushing the hopes and dreams of my children through ruthless application of capitalism.
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the hypo Aug 11
law professor: you're currently failing your ethics class me: *slides a $20 across the desk* how about now
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Nick Jones Aug 10
81 variations on a 3x4 grid
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