@Gargon Glad to see you trying new branding ideas.
I'm so delighted that our webring is made up of web devs, open web nerds, and neocities sites.
@danbarber Do I remember correctly that you do pixel art? What tools do you use?
A thought that occurred to me this morning is recursion can be an alternative to state.
Example: say you want to find matching pairs in a large list. You could look through every item and...
A) Set matches aside in a tmp list
B) Pass in the remaining items into the same function, work back up the stack combining all the items together
RED ALERT -
Ohio is targeting young voters in a purge - OF COURSE this will affect Bernie Sanders more than any Democrat.
Please read! BOOST THIS, and if you live in Ohio, check your registration.
Links are in the following Twitter thread. https://twitter.com/Greg_Palast/status/1220452260112752653?s=20
I'm not sure if these change.org petitions actually work, but I'm very into this one:
Stop Netflix Autoplay Advertisements
Nerd blog post!
Most permutation algorithms rely on the previous permutation to generate the next one. This makes it inefficient to get a specific permutation, like the 100,000th if you don't have the 99,999th.
So I wrote an #algorithm to do it.
Not being trained in computer science, I am unreasonably proud of this.
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