Combine that with the old "I can't reach parts of the screen when using the phone with one hand without holding the phone in a very precarious way" thing and you're just setting your users up for expensive accidents.
Whoops, I meant the second picture. Here is my new best friend:
it is no longer Columbo day but i can't stop watching Columbo oh no
If you're in the mood for getting spooky, you can't go wrong with a George C. Scott double feature: The Changeling, and Exorcist 3.
If you saw the second exorcist you probably wouldn't have much hope of a third one being any good, but it's great!
William Peter Blatty, who wrote the first, actually wrote and directed the third. It definitely shows its age a bit here and there, but overall it is a super strong horror film with a lot of great moments. See it.
Will I be nerd sniped into trying to write that? I sure hope not.
Time will tell.
Slowly making emacs mode progres. I am now trying to reverse engineer how org-mode collects all of its tests and runs them. This is a lot of unexpected work. Emacs I think really needs to put together a sort of test framework on top of `ert`.
A routine or function like '"run all tests in found in .el files in a directory called test" is not the kind of thing I want to be having to write myself. I want to write the mode, not a mini test framework.
Even trying to _read_ an emacs mode that has already been written is a herculean task that requires secret knowledge .
"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