I have to confess... when I first moved to Germany I just longed back to my Swedish bread. Germans have weird bread man.,, but the truth is, nowadays, I'm in love with it.
I eat German bread for dessert, it soooooooooo good, holy shit

What's your mood today?

It's "BEES!!!", isn't it? It always is

Nightmare fuel (I mean, it's Cyriak...) 

Oh hell yeah, Cyriak made a new music video :O
youtube.com/watch?v=CKTrEWxsg5

We went from "your phone is has a better processor than the ones used in the moon landing", to now with "your fridge" or "your keyboard"

What's next? "Your christmas tree is better than the moon lander computers"??!?

I want a syntax highlighter for natural languages

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You know, I'm probably going to make my own build system some day:

- Tool dependency management like Earthly, to define "pip install X". But no weird "buildkit inside a container" stuff. Just a simple `docker build`, thankyouverymuch.
- File dependencies like `make` to skip rerunning stuff
- Have its own state file for when the outcome isn't a file
- Run steps containers, but also have volumes to persist stuff like the `~/go/` directory for Go tasks

Obligatory xkcd ref: xkcd.com/927/

Either you fit right in, or you will be left out

noooooooooo my body was so ready,,,

scrubb my a$$ :[

I wonder how much memory is used on integers and pointers. Because I have 16GB of RAM on my machine, which means the largest pointer would be ~2^34, which leaves 30 bits always set to 0 in all pointers on my 64-bit machine. As for regular integers it's rare to use numbers over just a couple of thousands in programs.

But, well most memory is used to store binary data anyway (images, videos, text) so this maybe doesn't matter much.

Fun to think about though. How much RAM is wasted on pointers?

*time travels*
Me: "What year is this?"
Random person: "Zweitausendzweiundzwanzig"
Me: "..."
Me: 🙂🙃🙂🙃🙂🙃🙂🙃
Me: segmentation fault

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Tried compiling emacs today, but got an error:

> `Internal native compiler error: "../../lisp/international/titdic-cnv.el", "failing to compile function", #<symbol titdic-
convert at 16545>`

OK sure it's apparently the "cxterm TIT-format dictionary to quail-package converter"

But I just asked my coworker if he knew anything about the titdic symbol

it tingles my childish humor wiThOuT cOnSenT!!1!

Classical child show from Sweden 🇸🇪

"Hej alla barn nu är det barnprogram, Titta nu här vad farbror frej tar fram:
En liten rulle och nu ska ni höra,
vad man med en liten rulle kan göra: Sätt den i rumpan och tuta och kör, så vipps har vi gjort oss ett avgasrör!"

Yeah, Google translate that if you dare 👀

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I wonder if being on here during my twitter break is like when I tried to quit smoking using cigars

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Idea for new shell script lang:

- Function call syntax, instead of parameter parsing, like `cat("hello.txt")`

- Support for complex types, so I can stop having to deal with Bash's arrays

- Transpile to POSIX to allow sourcing in Bash/Zsh

- Good flag parsing built in. No more weird Bash case statements at the end. With completion support!

- For loops on lines

- Easy multithread/-tasking

- Strongly typed

Would've been nice

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