running a debug and release build of the same program on part 2 of AoC, in the vain hope that compiler optimizations will save me from having to write an optimizing assembler
SDFer twylo has created a Western Electric 3B2 emulator for simh .. very cool! #retro #computing #emulator https://hackaday.com/2017/12/20/emulating-a-forgotten-unix-box/ https://mastodon.sdf.org/media/1zOhgbEy_DTXgK8gGKI
I dunno why people think "distributed" is magic pixie dust or can just fix society or something. It's suitable for a great deal of things (works great for Mastodon), but other things it has drawbacks or is even impractical because of the way humans are wired.
seeds are just bones for fruits
workout/fitness tapes, but set to Swans' "Filth"
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Wow, at least the spammers are being honest now.
every day im pissed off and angry that im not an expert at everything
My daughter doesn't understand commercials at all. I make sure to get 0 ad versions of every service she wants to watch.
But I do wonder in what environment she'll build up her resistance to ads. Kids from my generation tended to acquire a resistance by their teens because we were hyper-saturated with highly manipulative ads.
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@calvin @djsundog @Elizafox The world is full of soft forks, which tend to take over when the original branch gets apathetic: TinyFugue, Mutt, etc. Some people run them, some people run the original. The soft forks tend to grow more features, and so often become the de-facto standard.
So the wheel turns.
Honestly the debate that inevitably flares up in all standards between the ideal of the standard vs implementation reality reminds me a lot of grammatical prescriptivism vs. descriptivism.
Imagine if the Internet worked like PBS and not like CBS...
Okay, except no Antiques Roadshow. Unless you're into that shit.
i want to remove all my RAM and run my computer entirely from the CPU's cache, giving it the capabilities of a mid-late 80s high-end desktop computer/workstation, except EXTREMELY fast
the exact invocation `tar xzvf` brings me back to reading Linux books when i was ~7
Gamer complaints today: Less than 60fps, weird shadows, physics not realistic enough. etc. It's Soooooo bad!!
Let me tell you about fiddling with a cassette player to load Space Invaders on a Commodore VIC 20 as a kid. 😏
Gaming today is still better than the constant crashing (often taking the whole system) on win95/98 or loading himem in your config.sys for DOS games.
Yes it can be better and will get better. Just calm down, have some fun, and chill a bit. 😎