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2022-11-27: A note on pedagogy of programming: web.archive.org/web/20050…

2022-11-27: Obligatory Octopus post – this time, an explanation for their brain complexity that suggests a …

2022-11-27: On the appeal of different types of languages From this HN comment: The central question for any programming language isn’t how comfortably …

2022-11-27: Interesting talk by Peter Thule: youtu.be/ibR_ULHYi…

2022-11-26: An interesting science v religion take: www.theguardian.com/science/2…

2022-11-26: The problem with Scheme is that there are too many of them; TIL about Loko scheme. …

2022-11-24: A range of Lisp typography (!) kazimirmajorinc.com/Documents…

2022-11-23: A short, tragi-comic account of GNU/FSF: www.spesh.com/danny/wri…

2022-11-22: Getting romantic about the craft of programming :-) thorstenball.com/blog/2020…

2022-11-20: On the difficult market for developer tools: www.kite.com/blog/prod…

2022-11-20: Level-headed assesment of blockchain: www.tbray.org/ongoing/W…

2022-11-19: Picking email providers is hard now, we’re spoilt for choice. I have similar thoughts on Fastmail …

2022-11-18: From an HN comment: Impactful? Designed and deployed credit card readers used in gas pumps back in …

2022-11-17: A random HackerNews comment: And now it hits me, for the first time, shamefully: the sense that …

2022-11-17: Remembering Erik Naggum …

2022-11-15: More Magnatiles fun !!

2022-11-15: Clearly a labor of love and very cool: floor796.com

2022-11-13: “Tools for Thought” as medium, as computation, as cultural practice, as memory aid. …

2022-11-11: The right “introduction curve” for Kubernetes: matt-rickard.com/dont-use-…

2022-11-10: Haven’t had “an Octopus post” in a while: here’s them throwing things at …

2022-11-08: “The pursuit of beauty” This reads like a movie of sorts. Unbelievable. …

2022-11-08: Great old forth blog (from about 15 years ago!): www.ultratechnology.com/blog.htm

2022-11-07: Paradoxes of technological change Paradoxically, we often find it more comfortable to believe …

2022-11-07: A stock-sentiment-tracking service built on Lisp: feetr.io

2022-11-04: A grim use of the Apple Watch’s features: appleinsider.com/articles/…

2022-11-03: Looking at structures found in the Azores: www.youtube.com/watch

2022-11-02: DD * MM = YY 11/2/22

2022-11-01: A new space station lives ! english.news.cn/20221101/…

2022-10-31: On letting go of the GPL, by Martin Kleppman: For all these reasons, I think it no longer makes …

2022-10-27: Phenomenal tour of the Great Pyramid, feels like I’m right there! …

2022-10-27: Evening of sorts

2022-10-25: Friedman describes the paradoxesl we’ve been led to, in the absence of clear priorities: I …

2022-10-22: Keyboards I wanted the Moonlander but ergonomics led me to the Kinesis Advantage2. Today, you can …

2022-10-21: People make the craziest artifacts as side-projects/hobbies: linusakesson.net/commodord…

2022-10-21: A whacky kind of “art” project: kylemcdonald.net/psac/

2022-10-19: From a HN thread It’s crazy and destructive that we are still using the unix paradigm in the …

2022-10-18: A “pre-historic” amputation: www.aljazeera.com/news/2022…

2022-10-16: Quote by James Clear: “What appears to be a rapid shift is often preceded by a gradual …

2022-10-16: Halloween sketching with my daughter

2022-10-16: A somewhat despairing article, from the Economist: www.economist.com/essay/201… (except …

2022-10-15: Elegant code, or inscrutable code golfing? You decide: “random walk in two lines” …

2022-10-14: Goddamnit, geeks have been righteously complaining about “feature-itis” and retreating …

2022-10-14: “Systems at scale”, w.r.t. money laundering: www.propublica.org/article/c…

2022-10-14: On creativity, failure, and progress Wisdom from Kourosh Dini: Any creative act is, by definition, one in which we don’t know what the …

2022-10-13: "Intelligence beyond the brain" www.youtube.com/watch Single-celled organisms are intelligent too “Intelligent …

2022-10-09: Quote from James Clear: Simple mindset shifts: I’m not hurt, I’m healing. I’m …

2022-10-08: Who made who From a HN comment Sometimes I wonder if we’re just giant machines built by microorganisms. It …

2022-10-08: NeoVim is now just as much of an extensible editor github.com/ggandor/l… (the easy use of …

2022-10-04: Was missing a Steve Yeggae rant: about.sourcegraph.com/blog/intr… Having tried and wanting …

2022-10-02: A quote from this HN post Programming has turned into gluing together mystery meat. You can’t …

2022-10-02: Interesting, I had initially dismissed this “crater full of ice” photo as …

2022-09-30: Attempting to predict the future of computing: bzogrammer.substack.com/p/the-nex…

2022-09-25: TIL it is possible to play Youtube videos in “picture-in-picture” mode: …

2022-09-25: Weekend of Lego with my daughter

2022-09-23: “Software to be thankful for” I would add a bunch of macOS desktop software to this, but …

2022-09-20: A word can exist in diverse media simultaneously: the physiological or spoken word, the chirographic …

2022-09-19: Okay, this is inspiring. I hope to be this active in my 60s (!) mainichi.jp/english/a…

2022-09-19: Closer to deciphering the Indus Valley Civilization script, perhaps: …

2022-09-17: Kourosh Dini really has the right approach for teaching habits/tools: Not coincidentally, my books …

2022-09-17: Something ambitious that I’ll need time to digest woodrush.github.io/blog/lamb…

2022-09-15: An instrument the size of an house: a giant pipe organ. youtu.be/JeB3JnKp8…

2022-09-14: Luxury doomsday bunkers: www.theguardian.com/lifeandst… Manages to be ridiculous and …

2022-09-12: A weirdly wonderful take on Terry Davis: return.life/2022/08/1… Modernity has a strong …

2022-09-12: An interesting anecdote about the development of the Soyuz transport vehicle: …

2022-09-12: Great overview of different financial eras with “computer analogies”: youtu.be/HcugCDf6s…

2022-09-11: Interesting new browser, “Arc”: www.youtube.com/watch arc.net

2022-09-11: TIL about “hyper-legible” fonts: brailleinstitute.org/freefont (I never thought about …

2022-09-09: Remembering the Queen From this article in the Atlantic The second Elizabeth was born on April 21, 1926, and has reigned …

2022-09-09: Scenes from a night-time stroll

2022-09-08: Some motivation by Charles Bukowski (on writing, but IMO more general): From here: if it doesn't …

2022-09-07: On the necessity of Engineering Managers (!) Wise words from this thread I work with a lot of technical founders who struggle to accept the …

2022-09-04: Late night #Youtube leads to:

2022-09-03: On food security and the end of abundance

2022-09-03: Wisdom from HackerNews: The longer I am a software engineer the longer I begin to understand that …

2022-09-03: A random doodle

2022-09-02: Koala on a door

2022-09-01: A look at the engine that made the SR-71 Blackbird possible: youtu.be/MJrXUh0eZ…

2022-08-31: Surprised I never came across this earlier: Cliodynamics (Reminiscent of psychohistory !)

2022-08-30: A look at Racket and Rhombus gopiandcode.uk/logs/log-…

2022-08-29: Under siege

2022-08-28: “Planta Sapiense”: www.theguardian.com/books/202…

2022-08-28: Some interesting comments in this post on what was lost with the loss of the old Usenet: …

2022-08-28: Magnatiles fun with my daughter

2022-08-27: Fun fact: Alligators can go up to two years without food !! www.totalreptile.com/how-long-…

2022-08-26: Fun fact: a Russian team was hunting for Atlantis near Britain in the late 90s 🤷‍♂️ BBC article A …

2022-08-26: Interesting overview of the types of computation in games (simulation + numerical + shading) and the …

2022-08-25: Steve Blank Balloon Wars: Part 16 of the Secret History of Silicon Valley

2022-08-25: youtu.be/r3mCQyJI2… Matt Damon explains things :-|

2022-08-24: The promise of Rust, and a perspective on the languages that came before: …

2022-08-24: In which I learn about the python concurrency landscape: superfastpython.com/python-co…

2022-08-23: From Kourosh Dini: Creating a rhythm is much easier than a habit. Do something twice, then actively …

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2022-08-23: Evening drink :-)

2022-08-21: Scheme in Excel? code-magazine.com/Article/2… :-O First Windows Subsystem for Linux, now …

2022-08-20: My daughter recently started reading “Wings of Fire”, and this sorta looked like a dragon on the …

2022-08-19: From James Clear: “Deconstruction creates knowledge. Recombination creates value.”

2022-08-17: Some Guix evangelism: gexp.no/it-wasnt-…

2022-08-16: A blend of FreeBSD and macOS? lunduke.substack.com/p/the-fre… Sounds too good to be true, but …

2022-08-15: Beer in a glass that someone gifted me

2022-08-14: A call

2022-08-11: On unifying “toy languages” and “real languages”

2022-08-09: On the bio-electrical science behind how organisms control anatomy through gene expression: …

2022-08-08: Looking into Neeva for when I ever decide to move off DuckDuckGo. “Ten years ago Google spent a …

2022-08-08: An entertaining Youtube channel which also promotes a much-needed “cultural …

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2022-08-07: A look at “low-level” schemes (though still missing a mention of Gambit/Gerbil)

2022-08-07: Everything getting older Food for thought The Onion’s Our Dumb Century is a classic satirical look at the twentieth …

2022-08-07: Spectacularly contrarian take: “Use one server“ When you experience growing pains, and …

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2022-08-05: Reading right now …

2022-08-05: Two approaches to (web)publishing The “_just use Fossil_” approach is particularly novel!

2022-08-04: Public art in a surprising place Hilton Waikoloa’s art collection In pursuit of that goal, Hemmeter traveled to China, Japan, …

2022-08-03: Need to clean up storage :-|

2022-07-31: “_The Hajj trail_” Well made online rpg!

2022-07-31: The backstory of Marcel the shell

2022-07-28: Inferior is Better Software that is better in principle comes with everything you need. Software that is inferior does …

2022-07-28: Illuminating article about Chuck Moore and levels in Forth

2022-07-27: A novel way to blog, using Curio

2022-07-25: Car reflection, or … sinister robot.

2022-07-25: An excellent HN comment (source) Common Lisp and SmallTalk have rapid dev models by working in a …

2022-07-25: How much better James Webb pics are! “Two weeks of photos”

2022-07-23: James Clear quotes today: 1. “Many problems are minor when you solve them right away, but grow into an enormous conflict …

2022-07-22: Some notes on remote work (source) I’ve been working remotely on and off for 20 years, and …

2022-07-21: “_Fish on a rock_”, as seen in my daughter’s room.

2022-07-21: From a book I just bought

2022-07-21: On notation “Two notes” by Donald Knuth Collection of quotes on notation design

2022-07-21: Apparently, WordPerfect (I used the DOS version 25 years ago) is still around

2022-07-20: Not the best vibe.

2022-07-18: Beginner’s guide to tinkering with a very accessible game engine.

2022-07-18: Mind-opening take on how REST is not REST (but can be …)

2022-07-17: A local decades-old cold case solved: www.mountainview.gov/news/disp…

2022-07-16: “Interesting software”, the most under-rated list ever: fallows.substack.com/p/interes…

2022-07-15: “Hypertext and horror”: dl.acm.org/doi/pdf/1…

2022-07-15: “Hypertext, social media and totalitarianism”: www.markbernstein.org/WebAtWar/

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2022-07-12: A slice of Kourosh Dini’s “flow” tips with OmniFocus: www.youtube.com/watch

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2022-07-12: Wind-up Santa on the move

2022-07-11: Umbrella

2022-07-11: Bird feeder getting some use.

2022-07-11: Gin and tonic with grapefruit

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2022-07-08: Avoiding conflating simplicity and size, in programming languages: arrdem.com/2022/07/0…

2022-07-08: From 1997, Python presented as the “best among 5”: web.archive.org/web/20040…

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2022-07-06: A pretty good “Scheme primer”: spritely.institute/static/pa…

2022-07-06: Yup, we watched it this weekend, had some weird buts but pretty enjoyable overall.

2022-07-04: Playing with “marbling paint” with my daughter

2022-07-03: Ancient Amazonian lived in densely populated cities (!) www.nationalgeographic.com/history/a…

2022-07-03: Seen at a new bookstore I found:

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2022-06-29: Bagels, cream cheese, honey. That’s it.

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2022-06-26: www.zumbarcoffee.com/collabora…

2022-06-23: Quote by James Clear “Formal education is not nearly as important as an unquenchable thirst …

2022-06-22: The (fiery ?!) remains of coffee

2022-06-22: On Scheme in Common Lisp I’d read through all of Erik Naggum’s posts in Xach’s archive several years ago, …

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2022-06-21: A guide to the world of Smalltalk: deprogrammaticaipsum.com/the-absol… …

2022-06-20: Looking back at Erlang, but also the rich history of telephony from which it (and distributed …

2022-06-20: Showcasing the history of Smalltalk, or rather the role of Smalltalk in the broader quest for a …

2022-06-20: A publication by US Army War College, from 1999, on the initial Russian urban combat in Grozny, as a …

2022-06-19: Got a cool card today :-)

2022-06-19: A sobering example of modern day war reporting

2022-06-18: A beautiful rendition of the Interstellar soundtrack

2022-06-18: A good scene composition from Dune, set to the best track from the soundtrack:

2022-06-18: “Poetry is not a turning loose of emotion, but an escape from emotion; it is not the …

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2022-06-18: My Urbit planet went into some sort of bad state. Eventually had to factory reset it.

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2022-06-16: Paradox of speed (a quote from James Clear): “Speed is important. Work fast and iterate. …

2022-06-16: Watching season 4 of Stranger Things, and had to lookup Vecna and saw the word “lich” …

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2022-06-16: From James Clear: “On the ground, a rock is just a rock. But when moving at high speed …

2022-06-16: The “weird elephant story” I heard someone talking about is real. www.news18.com/news/buzz…

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2022-06-13: On the functions of money Good bit of insight: In my opinion mixing the functions of medium of exchange and store of value …

2022-06-12: A breakdown of viewership by age for Stranger Things. So I don’t need to feel too bad about …

2022-06-12: Aperol Spritz

2022-06-12: Feel like I get to know about a new large-scale fraudster every day: nymag.com/intellige…

2022-06-11: Face in the cardboard

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2022-06-11: A sharp tick down

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2022-06-09: A great video showing a quick overview of the features of Tinderbox by Eastgate. vimeo.com

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2022-06-08: Taming Complexity From tamingcomplexity.org Confused? Are you staring at a screen that lets you view almost every …

2022-06-07: Got this nifty Muji (can/bottle) opener as an anniversary gift, pretty good!

2022-06-07: Inspiration: doing tiny projects: tinyprojects.dev

2022-06-07: One day, I’ll pick up this thread of self-learning more math again: www.susanrigetti.com/math

2022-06-06: Lispworks color themes Setting color themes in LispWorks Downloaded and loaded this file Showing two of the in-built themes …

2022-06-06: How flexible is flexible Software Design for Flexibility: How to Avoid Programming Yourself Into a Corner was billed as the …

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2022-06-06: Inspiring act of creation: akkartik.name/lines.htm… Have to check out itch.io properly one …

2022-06-05: A set of “table and chairs” at a place we stayed over the weekend

2022-06-05: OmniFocus improvements: An update from OmniGroup A review by someone who (like me!) has been …

2022-06-05: Of REPLs tonsky.me/blog/netw… Clojure does not need a REPL, it needs an Eval RPC protocol. To turn …

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2022-06-03: Making (“printing!”) objects with Sound! newatlas.com/3d-printi…

2022-06-02: A handy list of things to take care of when starting out on your own: …

2022-06-02: Lisp in the browser, playfully done. soi-disant.srht.site/entries/b…

2022-06-02: From this HN thread For me, the ultimate modern language would look something like Smalltalkish …

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2022-06-01: A minimalist scheme (R4RS, in 4K!) www.iro.umontreal.ca/~feeley/p…

2022-05-31: Fun take on the various bits of naming and pronunciation of Guix (“geeks”): …

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2022-05-25: New pyramids and villages in the Amazon The “Lidar payoff” continues! www.wsj.com/articles/… Many of the sites included …

2022-05-24: "The founder's gamble" Honest but scary: Of course the faith may be mistaken. The gamble come up short. In fact, …

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2022-05-21: Gobekli Tepe wasn’t a one-off Karahan Tepe

2022-05-21: On disinformation From a recent article in New York Magazine “Disinformation” was the liberal Establishment’s …

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2022-05-20: A very creative use of Reader-Macros within Common-Lisp https://gist.github.com/chaitanyagupta/9324402 (enable-json-syntax) (defun example-object () { …

2022-05-20: I don’t know if this is accurate (probably not), but certainly a fun way to browse, courtesy …

2022-05-19: Fly, A possible alternative to Heroku: christine.website/blog/fly…. However, I can …

2022-05-18: “The Face in the Tank” (Taken from a picture of a blown up tank’s turret lying on the ground)

2022-05-17: Interesting premise, from six years ago yet … oddly contemporary for a scifi movie. …

2022-05-17: A promising new Outliner! www.hogbaysoftware.com/bike/ (I’m a Roam convert right now, and a …

2022-05-16: Land trains: the largest land vehicles ever built www.thedrive.com/news/3364… The TC-497 is a truly remarkable feat of engineering. Capable of …

2022-05-16: Black hole sun Big respect for the technology that makes such imaging possible: public.nrao.edu/news/astr… …

2022-05-15: Giant prehistoric worm: www.atlasobscura.com/articles/…

2022-05-13: The deep complexity behind seemingly simple computer interactions: josh.works/dizzying-…

2022-05-13: Ellen Ullman’s memoirs and an attempt to get at the “nature of code” …

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2022-05-09: The japanese influence in early “cyberpunk” sci-fi (here, Gibson’s Neuromancer): …

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2022-05-07: Croque Monseiur, deconstructed.

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2022-05-05: From James Clear: “The most important battles must be fought anew each day. Learn to love …

2022-05-04: A great montage out together for the Dark Crystal series from a couple years ago: …

2022-05-04: Roam is awesome, but the mobile app still has a ways to go

2022-05-04: Praise for Guile: www.draketo.de/software/…

2022-05-04: DIY conference details: www.scattered-thoughts.net/writing/h…

2022-05-04: Comparisons between Neolithic cultures at opposite ends of the earth: …

2022-05-02: Climate change might be real if landfills begin to spontaneously combust: …

2022-05-02: An excellent set of bests practices for “textual websites”: seirdy.one/2020/11/2… …

2022-05-02: The soundscape on Mars

2022-05-01: TIL Alexander Stepanov (of Elements of Programming) wrote a long overview of Scheme: …

2022-04-30:

2022-04-29: An explanation for relative stability being not normal (from this HN thread): After WWII many …

2022-04-28: “Chronicles of the Ghostly Tribe” (2015) is a B-movie that packs in a whole Netflix …

2022-04-28: From James Clear: “If you know where you want to go in life, people tend to help or get out …

2022-04-28: This should really boost the world of Interactive-Fiction: intfiction.org/t/inform-… Now that …

2022-04-28: Low-code/no-code Great write-up: tomasp.net/blog/2022… Also, TIL how Hypercard allowed a “layered …

2022-04-27: Yanis Varoufakis on “techno-feudalism”: youtu.be/wNf3dN0VX…

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2022-04-25: A little soap bubble floating into the stormy sky.

2022-04-25: RIP Rom Clancy, we’re living in one of your novels now www.strategic-culture.org/news/2022…

2022-04-25: Was referred to the recent Gray Mirror article, but Curtis Yarvin has used the phrase three years …

2022-04-25: From six years ago, a look at something that should be too crazy to believe: …

2022-04-22: How electricity works is one of those things that I thought I knew, but there are subtleties to it: …

2022-04-21: Have been following John Mearsheimer for a while, and not going to stop now 🤷‍♂️ …

2022-04-21: Airships as carriers: www.airships.net/us-navy-r…

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2022-04-18: One of a set of sculptures

2022-04-16: Stats on Substack: backlinko.com/substack-…

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2022-04-13: Taking a break from my AppleWatch to try out a “just a watch” watch

2022-04-12: From Colter Reed It would be nice if we could do everything. All the good stuff, none of the bad. …

2022-04-12: Learning by watching (via Twitch): earthly.dev/blog/gola…

2022-04-12: The “two faces” of the moon: blog.jatan.space/p/the-two…

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2022-04-10: From James Clear: “Walk slowly, but never backward.”

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2022-04-03: From James Clear: You cannot remove struggle from life, but you can improve your ability to handle …

2022-04-03: Trying to explain music about lost futures youtu.be/1EaY4sfNU…

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2022-04-01: I’ve always enjoyed learning about “non-C” operating systems: …

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2022-03-30: Hmm, there are “smartphone addiction” quizzes. (Though I suppose if you think you need …

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2022-03-28: There are still lots of fascinating mysteries out there: www.nature.com/articles/…

2022-03-27: Definitely the weirdest insect I’ve seen so far: www.sciencefocus.com/nature/wh…

2022-03-24: Crows are smarter than they seem … www.statnews.com/2020/09/2…

2022-03-23: A good short story about things finally working out: danlebrero.com/2022/03/2…

2022-03-23: Yep

2022-03-22: I always thought of David Allen (of GTD) as some sort of stodgy old guy. But I’m just … blown away …

2022-03-22: Tolkien apparently did a lot of painting, frequently drawing from and supporting, his stories: …

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2022-03-20: H.P. Lovecraft’s favorite films: faroutmagazine.co.uk/h-p-lovec… (Naturally all in the 1930s …

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2022-03-19: Bloom

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2022-03-18: Looking into a wine glass

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2022-03-16: The poster child for publicly-released UFO footage might just be … video glare

2022-03-15: From Colter Reed: One of the greatest indicators of our future happiness and success is our …

2022-03-15: VDH on why classics matter with Clifton Duncan: youtu.be/6J04kREnO…

2022-03-14: “Leaf boat”

2022-03-14: Looking at “early” humans in the caves of the Yukon, 250 centuries ago: …

2022-03-14: A variety of shell-wannabes: github.com/oilshell/… (this is a wheel that has been re-invented …

2022-03-14: On Emacs as a “lifestyle choice”: arjenwiersma.nl/writeups/…

2022-03-13: For when you really need to pack your fridge …

2022-03-13: Looking back at the beginnings of hyper-text, hyper-media, hyper-fiction “A half-century of …

2022-03-12: Sun and clouds, refracted through wine

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2022-03-11: Distributed consensus using cellular automata: medium.com/nknetwork…

2022-03-11: From James Clear: “What starts as an excuse can easily become a habit. Don’t let a bad …

2022-03-10: Camus on “invincible summers” and more: lareviewofbooks.org/article/f…

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2022-03-10: The Unison language is really coming along well and is still futuristic …

2022-03-09: World War I had no good guys, no winners, just mediocre, small-minded politicians unable to step …

2022-03-09: Ernest Shackleton’s lost ship is found “For scientific discovery give me Scott; for speed and …

2022-03-09: Morning cuppa

2022-03-08: On how “the perfect system, the perfect app” is a mirage: …

2022-03-08: An account of the now-forgotten “Buran” fully automated space shuttle, and the “Energia” heavy-lift …

2022-03-08: Fascinating account of someone’s “life story of programming languages” Inspiring, …

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2022-03-07: From James Clear: “Prime your environment to make the next action easy.” “Your …

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2022-03-06: Found this a good overview of the trends and limitations of computing hardware over the decades. …

2022-03-06: On complexity tamingcomplexity.org Confused? Are you staring at a screen that lets you view almost every …

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2022-03-05: Some graphic novels I’d want to read (came across them in the library today)

2022-03-05: “25 years of SmallTalk”, from 20 years ago web.archive.org/web/20010…

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2022-03-05: The Richat Structure I can’t believe I never heard of this before. earthobservatory.nasa.gov/images/92… …

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2022-03-03: While “The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window” was a bit …

2022-03-03: Interesting find that pushed back the homo sapien culture timeline quite a bit: …

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2022-02-28: Seen at a playground today

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2022-02-27: Playing with my daughter’s magnifying glass

2022-02-27: Enjoying Keurig these days

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2022-02-26: On re-making He-Man, badly Watching Masters of the Universe, and it’s terrible. Making myself watch it slowly just to …

2022-02-26: Watching episode one of Foundation, and catching up on all the differences from the book: …

2022-02-26: Something weird: a paper on the possible effects of of an ancient mega-tsunami in Peru: …

2022-02-26: Software lessons (Source) When you know something it is almost impossible to imagine what it is like not to know …

2022-02-26: TIL: Solarpunk and Lunarpunk www.egirlcapital.com/insights/…

2022-02-26: The biggest galaxy … Lurking some 3 billion light-years away, Alcyoneus is a giant radio …

2022-02-26: On not looking up (or down?) From this interview with David Sirota I felt like the movie was mostly about systems and the …

2022-02-26: On "psycho-cybernetics" From this Medium post Maltz came to the conclusion that our self-image is the cornerstone of our …

2022-02-26: (as an old-and-new Harry Potter fan ...) From The erasure of JK Rowling “given the degree to which her integration of ancient lore, magic …

2022-02-26: From James Clear: “If you’d like to do something bold with your life, you will have to …

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2022-02-24: Writing a children’s book for programming, in 1991: “Professor Fortran”

2022-02-24: On Ukraine in the last century Was Ukraine ‘invented’ by Lenin’s Bolsheviks? - by Ed West (extract from the …

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2022-02-23: On Complexity From tamingcomplexity.org Confused? Are you staring at a screen that lets you view almost every …

2022-02-22: Pretty sky

2022-02-22: On Markdown From the article "thoughts on markdown" Today, I will argue that Markdown’s primary users are …

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2022-02-21: Sunset on a log

2022-02-21: Daily Quordle #28 4️⃣5️⃣ 7️⃣8️⃣ quordle.com ⬜⬜🟨🟩⬜ 🟩🟩⬜🟩🟩 ⬜🟩⬜⬜⬜ ⬜⬜⬜⬜⬜ 🟩🟨⬜⬜⬜ ⬜⬜⬜⬜⬜ 🟩🟩🟩🟩🟩 ⬜⬜⬜🟩⬜ ⬛⬛⬛⬛⬛ …

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2022-02-20: This song was playing in the background at a restaurant, and it seemed old and familiar, and that’s …

2022-02-20: A bunch of old hypertext papers: www.cs.unc.edu/techrepor…

2022-02-20: Sand pyramid

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2022-02-19: Daily Quordle #26 9️⃣8️⃣ 7️⃣5️⃣ quordle.com

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2022-02-19: Something I’d like to have a transcript for, because it’s long, yet very insightful: …

2022-02-19: From "Here we go again" by Seth Godin The thing that gets us stuck isn’t us. It’s the script that …

2022-02-18: The world’s longest immersed tunnel www.youtube.com/watch

2022-02-17: From James Clear: “Simple is nearly always better. But if it’s going to be complicated, …

2022-02-17: On journaling over time From an email I had received from the Atticus Review: I’m still compelled to do morning pages, but …

2022-02-17: Valentine’s Day gift from us to us, after watching the compulsive wine-drinking in “_The Woman in …

2022-02-17: “Psycho Cybernetics” By Maxwell Maltz From this article Maltz came to the conclusion that our self-image is the cornerstone of our mental …

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2022-02-16:

2022-02-16: The Philosopher of Failure: Emil Cioran’s Heights of Despair self-contradiction is not even a …

2022-02-16: The Philosopher of Failure: Emil Cioran’s Heights of Despair The human condition itself is for …

2022-02-16: The Philosopher of Failure: Emil Cioran’s Heights of Despair Failure, then, was Cioran’s close …

2022-02-16: The Philosopher of Failure: Emil Cioran’s Heights of Despair The difference between regimes is less …

2022-02-16: Shtetl-Optimized » Blog Archive » Why Quantum Mechanics? several indisputable realizations: I am …

2022-02-16: Missed this a few years ago, but a way of thinking about “what programs are” that I hope comes back …

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2022-02-15: Normally suspicious about “meditation apps. Tried “Headspace” and …

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2022-02-14: Uh, I wish I hadn’t found out about this … people buying “a string pf emojis” for hundreds of …

2022-02-14: Checking in on the upcoming LotR prequel: youtu.be/WO8RiRhWI…

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2022-02-14: Morí Point hike.

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2022-02-12: Finding planets A planet was found near Proxima Centauri. But more interesting than that is how it was found: …

2022-02-12: Things (apps, services, products) to look forward to in 2023

2022-02-12: Seen at an elementary school nearby

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2022-02-12: Wrapped up another notebook from Nanami Paper

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2022-02-09: Looking at different ways of implementing “OOP-ish” methods, using Lua (Fennel)

2022-02-09: 10 Ways that Guile is … good

2022-02-09: The dream of nuclear fusion From the BBC “The JET experiments put us a step closer to fusion power,” said Dr Joe …

2022-02-09: Morning coffee

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2022-02-09: Guile-Macs Andy Wingo’s post from a decade ago, on the emacs-devel mailing list. Emacs and Guile have a …

2022-02-09: The Star Wars sequels as “the anti-trilogy”

2022-02-08: TWSBI 580 AL R, with blue ink

2022-02-08: I watch Youtube in “streaks”, presumably others do something similar. Now it’s a “watch everything …

2022-02-08: Heh, “Soylent _emerald_”

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2022-02-07: Laptops and Keyboards A look back at various laptops. vermaden.wordpress.com/2022/02/0… I remember using the W520 …

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2022-02-02: I second the concept of changelogs as defined here, because I’ve been doing that for a few …

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2022-01-31: Wordle 226 6/6 ⬛⬛⬛⬛🟩 ⬛⬛🟨⬛⬛ ⬛⬛⬛⬛⬛ ⬛⬛⬛🟨🟩 ⬛🟩🟩🟩🟩 🟩🟩🟩🟩🟩

2022-01-30: “There is something in every one of you that waits and listens for the sound of the genuine in …

2022-01-30: Watching a bit of the H. P. Lovecraft documentary on Amazon Prime and … TIL that his father …

2022-01-30: Interesting perspective (via WSJ) on the “real winners” of the meme stock pump-and-dump

2022-01-30: Wordle 225 5/6 ⬛🟩🟩⬛⬛ ⬛🟩🟩⬛⬛ ⬛🟩🟩🟩⬛ ⬛🟩🟩🟩⬛ 🟩🟩🟩🟩🟩

2022-01-30: Just saw the trailer for Death on the Nile. youtu.be/dZRqB0JLi… Knew who it was when I heard …

2022-01-29: Wordle 224 4/6 ⬛🟩⬛⬛⬛ ⬛⬛⬛⬛⬛ 🟨🟨🟨⬛⬛ 🟩🟩🟩🟩🟩

2022-01-29: On desire From this old article about Rene Girard: “We don’t even know what our desire is. We ask …

2022-01-28: Hah, got it on the last try Wordle 223 6/6 🟨🟩⬛⬛⬛ ⬛🟩⬛⬛⬛ 🟩⬛⬛⬛⬛ 🟩🟩⬛⬛🟩 🟩🟩⬛⬛🟩 🟩🟩🟩🟩🟩

2022-01-28: Mostly good, opinionated overview of CL/Scheme (and more)

2022-01-28: Shtetl-Optimized » Blog Archive » Why Quantum Mechanics? Q: Why should the universe have been …

2022-01-28: From the City Journal: The age divide extends to more general questions. When asked, “Thinking …

2022-01-28: A fun anecdote from the New Yorker Biden has a personal history with Putin, too. During a trip to …

2022-01-27: On innocence and reality From this Marginalia post It is only now beginning to be borne in on us — very faintly, it must be …

2022-01-27: youtu.be/vwDvPR4l4…

2022-01-27: Colin Wilson’s books being re-issued: colinwilsononline.com/2018/09/2…

2022-01-27: More #Magnatiles

2022-01-27: Fun with Magnatiles

2022-01-27: Wordle 222 5/6 🟩⬛⬛🟩⬛ ⬛🟩⬛⬛⬛ 🟩🟩⬛🟩⬛ 🟩🟩🟩🟩⬛ 🟩🟩🟩🟩🟩

2022-01-27: Quote from James Clear: “When rain falls, it flows downhill. If desired, you can collect the …

2022-01-27: Some brush pen drawing

2022-01-26: Changing the script From “Here we go again” by Seth Godin The thing that gets us stuck isn’t us. It’s the …

2022-01-26: Gemini Is A Little Gem • AndreGarzia.com Gemini is not a replacement for the Web. It is just …

2022-01-26: Gemini Is A Little Gem • AndreGarzia.com Old-school paradigms have their place. They’re easy to …

2022-01-26: On using bookmark + highlight The bookmark + highlight feature is nice, some things I noticed though: a few rendering bugs while …

2022-01-26: Going to try out the premium experience here for a while. All or nothing, heh.

2022-01-26: Trolls “Trolls” are so overused. DreamWorks’ Trolls Troll in Harry Potter Trolls …

2022-01-26: Wordle 221 5/6 ⬛⬛🟨⬛⬛ ⬛🟨⬛⬛⬛ ⬛⬛🟩⬛⬛ 🟨🟩🟩⬛🟩 🟩🟩🟩🟩🟩

2022-01-25: Here's some synchronicity in itself- I was thinking of using up Coincidentally ... Here's some synchronicity in itself: I was thinking of using up Audible tokens …

2022-01-25: Interesting perspective on different kinds of information youtu.be/MF5YAHoQM…

2022-01-25: Wordle 220 4/6 ⬛⬛🟨⬛🟩 🟩⬛⬛🟩🟩 🟩⬛⬛🟩🟩 🟩🟩🟩🟩🟩

2022-01-24: Finished reading *The Four Agreements Finished reading The Four Agreements I've read quite a few books that claimed to be what this book …

2022-01-24: Playing Wordle

2022-01-23: Don Daily’s illustrated books There was an “Aesop’s Fables” that had been lying around for a few years, and we finally started …

2022-01-23: Pretty straightforward to sign in from iA Writer, which … I’ve been using for a while …

2022-01-23: This is the beginning of a (yet another) blogging journey.