@Shufei They have both blind trust and understanding of tech. Whenever I read anything about this I can't help but laugh.. nanomachines, AI, von neuman satellite, are you fucking kidding me, we can't even manufacture a bluetooth speaker that works consistently.
Their flying cars are gonna run on electron, their prosthetic limbs will randomly reboot, their embrace in technological know-how would be inspiring, if it wasn't so deluded.
idk, falsehoods programmers believe
- if you open a TCP connection, it will not time out
- if you have been talking to a TCP server for a while, and you send an additional message it will not time out
- if you open a TCP connection, it will have a latency of under 2 seconds and a speed of at least 1 mbit
- if you open a connection, send a message, and it times out, the server did not receive or process that message
- if you stat a file and it succeeds, then open the file, it will succeed
- if you open a file, close it, then open the same file it will have the same contents
- if you open a system file writable only by root, close it, then open the same file it will have the same contents
- all reads and writes that are otherwise sound will always succeed
- the user's hard drive is never 100% full
- a sequence of actions in your program will always be executed to completion
idk i could go on probably
A friend of mine who teaches elementary school, taught her class, “don’t yuck my yum”
It was like a class mantra, all the kids knew and understood the phrase. So, if a kid brought a bean burrito for lunch, and another kid said “gross! I hate beans” burrito-kid could just say “don’t yuck my yum”
It became the perfect phrase when one student liked something another student hated it. Quickly, it moved from the tangible (food, smells, textures) to the intangible (music, religion, quality)
By the end of the year “don’t tuck my yum” was woven into the culture of the class. They actually used the phrase LESS by then, because yuckers would check themselves before tearing anyone down.
And that class of second graders moved to third, secure in the knowledge that it’s ok to love the things you love, even if other people don’t.
#convocatoria FestiFreak 2020 - CLiC
http://festifreak.com.ar/ + CliC Colectivo de Live Coders (Argentina)
Amixes queremos invitarles a participar de la experiencia que estamos creando en conjunto con el FestiFreak, la inscripcion es hasta el 15 de Septiembre en el siguiente pad https://pad.riseup.net/p/FestiFriclic. Las propuestas se detallan a continuación y los materiales con los que trabajar se decidiran entre todes cuando hayamos cerrado la convocatoria. Pueden anotarse al final de la convo. Saludos ♥️
CLiC (Colectivo de Live Coders) and FestiFreak (Independent International Festival from La Plata) and CLiC (Colectivo de Live Coders) are inviting live coders from all around the world to be part of the festival that will take place on the internet in October +more info on the pad.
Searching for 1-bit music lead me to Tim Follin, which lead me to this banger on the NES (Silver Surfer Title Screen):
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko