Morning my lovelies.
Never, ever negotiate with someone or something trying to do you harm.
Always be open to compromise and understanding, but do not sacrifice an inch of your well being to appease anything that wants injure you.
You have a right to defend yourself. Your peace and happiness matter.
The video for InSoc's new single is incredibly... something.
Like, 2006 MySpace nu-metal aesthetic I guess?
(This shouldn't surprise me too much. When they came back, they leaned heavily on that aesthetic in album art, & Paul Robb spent years making mediocre nu-metal instead of great sampling-based experimental hip hop.)
Band name of the day: instant trash
if medium is such a great website, why isn't there a large
Unfollowing Everybody https://anildash.com/2018/07/13/unfollowing-everybody/
There are live performances of Ultimate Care II, Matmos's washing machine album, apparently.
Programming language design Afficher plus
The more I think about it, the more I think "move by default" is the least surprising semantics for a non-programmer, and the easiest to understand generally, because it avoids aliasing or any thought about whether something is a pointer behind the scenes. If you "pass" an argument to a function, it's gone unless the function returns it. Instead of having an ambiguous "assignment" operation, there are only "move" and "copy".
I have a soft spot for rustic #scifi. Particularly with a frontier and pioneer bent when ready supplies and even the technology barely functions
This movie ticks all the right boxes:
- Hostile planet
- Hostile humans
- Frontier setting
not to be a party pooper but what are the odds that this boycott will even register as a blip on amazons gigantic multinational radar
bad idea of the day: write a crappy romance novel for kindle unlimited in a continuous 48 hour spurt & stream the whole thing on twitch, while the chat gets to make suggestions for character names and events
youtu bear tifacts
The key to creating gorgeous, glitchy YouTube images: anticipation and deletion - The Verge https://www.theverge.com/2018/7/15/17564588/datamosh-youtubeartifacts-glitch-art-kraftsow
E. W. Dijkstra Archive: A parable. (EWD 594) https://www.cs.utexas.edu/users/EWD/transcriptions/EWD05xx/EWD594.html