100%, this is a problem that happens all the bloody time in quantum computing.
If your field advertises only smart people need apply, then you’ll quickly have a field filled with people who consider themselves smart.
And uh, well,, that usually doesn’t go great.
(please boost) asking for money help
hello! i need $80 to order groceries and $60 for medical weed -- $140 in total
i have to work from home because i have asthma and catching covid is a major health risk for me. waiting on a friend to help me revise my resume w/ a better work history at their company
thank you 🖤
I would like all y’all tech creators to go way out of your way to correct the number of times I’m required to read the word “master” on a daily basis. Yes, do tech work “for free”, especially, especially, if you don’t understand immediately and didn’t already do this yourself because it bothers you as well or thought of money first. Also terms like whitelisting and blacklisting need to fuck off. And I’m not willing to do the work of that. Please do this for us
This is a shot in the dark, but I'm looking for any information about an obscure text adventure game--so obscure I don't the name or even if it had a public release.
Daniel Gasteiger was a guest on a 1986 "Chronicles" episode on macros. He demonstrated a text adventure he wrote in the Lotus Symphony office suite using macros. All we have is the single page of text from the on-air demo.
Gasteiger passed away some years ago, so I can't ask him about it. Anyone around here know anything?
jewish enby (it/itself) making music and theatre in nyc. local pronoun artisan
(extremely a bird)