i cant remember the last time i ever had a good experience with LSP in emacs. the best IDE experiences ive had have been with major modes that were made specifically for the language. LSP based modes are always buggy and annoying

extrapolation may be bad statistics but it can still be fun

damn i really ought to graph my PPT rating over time so i can run some sort of statistical regression to see when ill be #1 in MA

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i like how if a company owns copyright on a thing and a person wants to steal it they can be sued

but if a person owns copyright on a thing and a company wants to steal it.....company orders a police raid and the person gets arrested

copyright isn't about fair ownership of ideas or whatever it's literally just rich people own everything and normal people own nothing

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My paper's on arXiv
arxiv.org/abs/1912.05601
It was rejected from CPP so I can't say anything fancy like "it's gonna be published at so-and-so!" or whatever but here it is!

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not gonna lie i fucken love trees with lights on em theyre so pretty :blobaww:

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the 'move fast and break things' mentality and the fetishistic obsession with 'innovators' virtually guarantee no tech company will ever produce a single line of decent code, except by accident

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hi, i'm twitter jack. recently, a bunch of indian people left my garbage platform over the petty insignificant fact that i love repressive government. now, i figure every human being is a dollar sign. that's my philosophy. so i'm here to introduce my new federated social network, Masterdon: the first federated social network linked directly to a CIA database

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have you ever considered that you can make money by being a slimeball? i have. hi, i'm twitter jack, and i'm here to ruin a good thing

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scientists be putting graphs and charts on their posters

tetris tip if you drink water you stay hydrated longer

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