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ok, fixed contact info: gitlab.peach-bun.com/snippets/

for the paranoid, the current SHA-256 of that snippet is ef81bc8943f25a46b5e664d98887b71202b07861fa9d81f3fb67cd8c5e8a4445
what's the movie you've recently watched with the highest cringe:dialogue ratio

for me it's The King Of Kong with a ratio hovering damn near 1.0
Here's a Youtube channel I've been getting into: youtube.com/channel/UCGc8ZVCsr

It's called City Beautiful, and it's run by a city planning researcher. The videos use U.S. cities as their examples, but I guess if you're interested in city planning or history it's still useful information in the abstract
It really fucks with my head that some people I talk with are younger than this song
To be clear, that is the only change I would make. no rootkits or any of that crap
If I ever go black hat, I will hack into UNIX machines and replace /bin/sleep with an executable that immediately returns
One pattern that I do find interesting for UI layout purposes is as follows:

Out of 30,286 URLs in 38,373 statuses tagged with one or more of np, nowplaying, fediplay, songsinfo, γͺγ†γ·γ‚Œ , ιŸ³ε£°γƒ‰γƒ©γƒž, ポップス, and をニパ_ゲーム, only 165 of those URLs have been mentioned by two or more distinct accounts

It's possible my view isn't wide enough (maybe I need different tags? not enough people using those tags yet?), but I didn't really expect the gap to be that small
tonight's lesson: If you're writing stuff to deal with fediverse data and you're only pulling in test data from instances whose native language is your own, you should reconsider

I added the pawoos and mstdn.jp to my music player's source ingester and there's all kinds of great data from there that doesn't quite fit the patterns I'm so familiar with
oh, speaking of data-oriented design, I think my favorite principle is "solve the problem you have, not the problem you might have"

okay maybe that's more general than data-oriented design, but it's easy to state, harder to adhere to
Data-oriented design papers but without the fucking superiority complex

How overloaded are Rust's tech writers, they seem to be pretty good at this
Every time I find a technique that works out really well for improving encapsulation, I find it's on some data-oriented design principles list, usually with some snark about how "this is nothing new"
a set of instances that are filled with mirror universe inhabitants but their names are homoglyph attacks

what do you suppose mastΠΎdΠΎn.social would be
Murder mystery game where you try to figure out what weapons clang used on your beloved code
I just found a transaction-related error in some database code. I'm happy about it, though, because this is purely a logic fuckup -- it's not the kind of thing that any language, no matter how sophisticated its type system, would have caught

feels weird to say that but it's the truth 🀷