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*Me Takes out cloth*
*Hands cloth to you*
> Hey do you think it smells nice?
*Youz smells cloth*
> Does it resemble Chloroform to you?
*Youz passed out already*
> Gotta remember not to talk to passed out people
*Drags you into van...*
How to become a twisty puzzle collector:
> Get a Rubik's cube as a gift
> Solve it and learn the algorithms to get under 1 minute
> Get bored of it and get a different one
> Suddenly own a bunch of puzzles and just go donating blood for food to fund your expensive hobby...

> Shower thought:

Would Interplanetary internet be called interplaNet?

Also what are the technical difficulties of transmitting between planets besides the latency and the bandwidth? I'm guessing the communication protocols would have to be altered a bit(pun intended) or the messages batched on one end then dispatched between regular intervals.

Meh, just musings...

Since Google bought and ditched the modular phone company and stuff I haven't heard of a nice idea idea for modular computers until this:

> Me sitting down to learn erlang
*Thinks in his head: I've dabbled with fp this can't be that different...*

< Erlang Be like:

Time for some manifolds again...
It seems so simple yet so complicated...

twitter post: "I made an account on mastodon, same handle"
that's like "made an account on email, same handle"

@javier @veg05

As for whether firefox is shit? Let me just say that I don't agree at all. Deprecating features is not 1000% unbridled evil. Maintain legacy code drains a programmers time and will to live in equal measure, and reducing features and complexity is a virtue, not a sin.

And while I may have some shit I can sling firefox's way, doing so be like complaining about Jay walking in a town full of serial killers.

@klaatu I try not to judge others for where they're at. I think, many times, open source use is an evolution as people learn. I've treated it like a lifestyle change. Slow and steady wins the race. Migrate to open source versions after research and finding an alternative that is quality or the change won't be sustainable. I think the more people advocating open source anything, the better. We're all at different stages of the evolution 馃檪 . I let others worry about their own morals (usually 馃槢 )

okay the BIGGEST SINGLE LIBRARY that's missing is a good elixir / erlang autolinker. If anyone could port https://github.com/gregjacobs/Autolinker.js/ to elixir, i'd be INCREDIBLY grateful.

Big thank you to all the awesome people who provide valueable feedback and help us to make Tusky even better! 馃挋