This is amazing: Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality https://www.lesswrong.com/hpmor
I'm curious about people's thoughts on Fish (https://github.com/fish-shell/fish-shell) vs more standard shells like bash or zsh. On one hand, I can see there are many handy features, but on the other hand it's using non-standard configuration and commands, which means that the knowledge is less portable.
Oh there's a new 20th anniversary edition of the Pragmatic Programmer book! I read the original about 10 years ago, and it was very influential for me, will be happy to dive into this one! https://pragprog.com/book/tpp20/the-pragmatic-programmer-20th-anniversary-edition
From Twitter. This is hilarious! https://twitter.com/pndmustard/status/1210542335257432069?s=21
Saint-Jean de Luz ☀️🍂 #theCartographer
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Saint-Jean de Luz ☀️ #theCartographer
(Actually got married last year, but we had two wedding parties — in Taiwan and in France — this year!)
2019 was a hugely busy year for me: I graduated from art school, got married, sorted out visa issues, and moved to a new flat, while trying my best to work the whole time. In the meantime I was introduced to the Fediverse (thx @amdt!) and found Merveilles, a community that inspired and continues to inspire me to no end. I hope for a quieter 2020, with more opportunities to go deep into things, and to sharing my findings here. Cheers to all of you! ✨
A nice xmas present for me: the maintainer of Chrono, my favourite time tracking app, has merged my pull request adding some features that I needed 🍾 https://github.com/gochrono/chrono/pull/14
Always love articles from Evil Martians: https://evilmartians.com/chronicles/new-home-for-logux-pouring-love-into-an-oss-documentation-website (cc: @ckipp, though not a readme!)
TIL of Dom Robert, a 20th century French Benedictine monk, painter, and tapestry designer. Absolutely gorgeous works, mostly depicting nature. There's a museum dedicated to him in Sorèze (http://www.abbayeecoledesoreze.com/index.php?aes-english-version), and unfortunately photographing the works is not permitted, so here are a couple I found online to give you a taste. #theObservatory
Art × Tech. Running a tiny creative studio in London.
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Merveilles is a community project aimed at the establishment of new ways of speaking, seeing and organizing information — A culture that seeks augmentation through the arts of engineering and design. A warm welcome to any like-minded people who feel these ideals resonate with them.