- Not allowed to play Perl Golf.
- Mustn't write dense expressions that use few spaces.
- I may not exorcise the g**gle, even though we detests them.
- to 213: to be announced, because actually it's really pretty good at work :-)
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[ published on Wed 30.10.2013 19:47 | filed in still-not-king
As of tomorrow I'm a full-time worker bee again.
[ published on Sun 20.10.2013 16:10 | filed in still-not-king
a brazilian female geek has developed conductive
makeup and eyelashes to make your visage into an input device.
I'm so looking forward to somebody repurposing this idea for an _out_put
device; just imagine the fun that can be had if you could shockprod people
[ published on Thu 17.10.2013 12:08 | filed in interests/humour
I find Charlie Stross' book
series "The Laundry Files" absolutely hilarious.
It's a wild and wicked mix of Lovecraft, a bit of computer science, general IT,
Dilbert, the BOFH, Deighton - and maybe Aleister Crowley.
Highly recommended - if you're somebody who
appreciates the BOFH stories,
Acts of Gord or Dilbert.
(Btw, not recommended - at least not by me: Accelerando. I couldn't stand
[ published on Sun 13.10.2013 13:36 | filed in interests/humour
if so i'd like to recommend bela tarr's satantango - which is really long, very dark, pretty
weird but cool. the minimal music matches the epic pace perfectly.
[ published on Thu 03.10.2013 22:58 | filed in brainfarts
Reading the usual heartwarmingly nasty postings on the esteemed samizdata blog, I fondly
remembered Cory Doctorow's story When Sysadmins Ruled the Earth (which you can
publish, read, sing, yodel or even download here).
[ published on Wed 02.10.2013 22:10 | filed in brainfarts