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- If you haven't learned the lesson of "don't use market orders", please allow Ethereum to teach it to you.
- Now there's a tenth planet which is not planet X but is sometimes the ninth furthest away. Got all that?
- Scariest sentence I've heard in a while: "The Chernobyl nuclear power plant has also had to monitor radiation levels manually after its Windows-based sensors were shut down".
- A suspiciously-pat story about overfitting on your training data.
- The iPhone killed chewing gum.
- When you're aboveground and you want to cool something down, you just run some air over a coil and you're done. What do you do when you're underground, there's a city between you and fresh air and the clay around you has been absorbing heat for a hundred years?
- I don't know much C++ but I still enjoyed this Rust view on "Effective Modern C++".
- 3,072 hours of manipulating global BGP routing tables later, the finest achievement of humanity (Pic in case the link doesn't work). Delve into the HN thread to learn that running
traceroute -I -q 1 trh.milek7.pl demonstrates what you can do with all those exponents in the ipv6 address space.
- Robots are taking our jobs! Well, midnight toothpaste delivery jobs anyway.
"Dearest creature in creation / Studying English pronunciation, / I will teach you in my verse / Sounds like corpse, corps, horse and worse".
- Here are some videos: Niko Matsakis talking about Rust (with a cameo by Simon Peyton-Jones), 50 years of computer architecture in 15 minutes (with a RISC-V focus). And a bonus PDF of Nvidia's reasoning behind using RISC-V in their GPUs.
"// Have you ever felt that integer literals like "4" don't convey the true size of the value they denote? If so, use an analog integer literal instead:"
unsigned int b = I---------I;
- I'm always entertained by new tax-avoidance strategies. This just call it insurance one is ok I guess.
- Finally, turbolifts.