When I was a kid learning programming I was repeatedly told the computer will only do what I tell it to do.
*Looks at Windows 10 with multiple Electron apps installed*
also would like to note that this shows up in image search for intel logo
Abrüstung mal anders: Belgische Luftwaffe zerstört bei Wartungsarbeiten eine F16 und beschädigt eine zweite.
Einer der Techniker drückte aus Versehen den Feuerknopf und schoss so auf den vollen Tank einer benachbarten Maschine. Diese wurde komplett zerstört. Die feuernde Maschine wurde dadurch ebenfalls beschädigt.
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@cwebber the simplicity that golang is so proud of seems to come mostly from ignoring the mistakes of others and refusing to learn from any advances that have happened since Hoare first published the CSP paper. it's really baffling how people see this as a step forward.
If #Bitcoin were to cease trading tomorrow, 0.5% of the world’s electricity demand would simply disappear – which would cover one year’s worth of the carbon emission cuts required to limit temperature rises this century to 2C. https://sluggerotoole.com/2018/10/12/bitcoin-must-die/
Ich höre immer wieder von Pottwalen, aber irgendwie kommen mir die zu groß vor, als dass die in die Ruhr passen würden... Im Kemnader See habe ich zumindest noch keinen gesehen 🤔
Windows 10 isn't an operating system on your computer anymore. This characterization applies new laws to it, distinct from former versions of windows. This is a read, for sure.
software engineering is a social science. you're not solving computer problems, you're using computers to solve people problems. that's why it's so important to design accordingly
The terminal then would display that info in its GUI, and perhaps even let you interact with it (imagine a GtkPopover for changing git branches and a Nautilus-like pathbar for the cwd!) We could then shrink back the prompt back to a simple dollar sign.
That would already be infinitely cool, but it gets better.
What if the shell could send its completions to the terminal and the terminal would display them in a native autocomplete widget (like in Builder)?
What if the terminal could track where the output of each command is and allow you to collapse/expand it with a GtkExpander? What if it could visually present each command and its output as this expandable card, along with the time it was issued and the time it took to run (like `time` outputs) and its exist code? And if it failed, paint that card red? And if it segfaulted, add a button to duck duck go the error, run ABRT or even run dnf debuginfo-install and coredumpctl gdb?
The little known secret of using Mastodon: it tells you to choose an instance but you're actually choosing your admin(s).
Da ham die Bayern wohl die falsche Grenze dicht gemacht...
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Here are some everyday things you might not normally think to CW, but are encouraged to CW here:
-selfies, eye contact
-anything that's popular and taking up oxygen (like big TV show finales)
-weed, drugs, alcohol
Please also mark +,-,~ for tone! As in, "food, +" for a post about you enjoying a nice dinner.
The year is 2018. 77% of Imperial Citizens carry around tiny entertainment devices which track their every move and infer their every desire. The devices keep the populace constantly distracted by both fantasy worlds (called "video games" or "Netflix", depending on the format), constant reminders of their peers' superficial success(called "social media"), and aggravating information of dubious validity(called "news"). Non-citizens are treated as subhuman.
People are pretty happy with this for some reason.