Daniel at Esoteric codes asked us about our design philosophy at 100R, trying to put words on our practices.
> solving problems is more efficient than looking for solutions
interesting! will meditate (and act) on that :)
@chirrolafupa @neauoire I'm not sure this is always true. I guess it depends on the problem, and on the quality and accessibility of the existing solutions. And also on one's definition of efficiency. Do you mean to say that it is quicker? Or that your solutions can be more energy efficient, etc? How would, say, writing a text editor be more efficient than using an existing one? Or is this not the scenario you had in mind?
@neauoire Not your intent but this post is making me want to spend a lazy Saturday finding nice new wallpapers
@cblgh I have a better font(the zx spectrum one) but I've been looking at this one for so long now that I've kindda gotten used to it.
@neauoire « solving problems is more efficient than looking for solutions »
Thanks for summing up what I’ve been trying to say for a year.
i like the part about scale here, a lot of weird esoteric , fascinating stuff lives in that small non-scalable world..
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