Actualy stupidity, first world problems
I still think about those times when a friend would ask me "What's on your mind?" and I'd be like "nothin'." but they'd persist.
90% of the time I'm *literally* thinking about nothing. I'm not Socrates. Of course, if you *do* catch me at a time when I'm thinking, it usually amounts to:
"Why is it called a trident and not a pitchthreek?"
A quick #PSA before bed.
New #emacs #blog post: "State of Emacs Lisp on Guile": https://emacsninja.com/posts/state-of-emacs-lisp-on-guile.html
#Guile is a #Scheme that gets a disproportionate amount of attention when mentioned with Emacs in a sentence. I'm sick of the occasional r/emacs or emacs-devel thread with little facts and much speculation, so here's some original research of what you can and can not do with Guile's Emacs Lisp implementation.
An #anime is a Japanese animation, but how exactly does it differ from western cartoons? I'll be blunt and assume "Anime is a subclass of Cartoon", so with that out of the way:
An anime is...
Bible stuff. I may have posted it before.
I'm not really a Bible guy, and I'm not really a priest, but there's this *one* quote from the book of Thomas that's just... Nice, somehow, and sticks with me.
"If the ones who lead you say to you 'Lo, the kingdom is in the sky!', then the birds will be before you.
If they say 'Lo, the kingdom is in the sea!", the fish will be before you.
Rather, the kingdom is within you, and it is outside of you, and it is lain out abroad the earth, unseen by man"
I can't put my finger on it. It's not exactly profound, but it's mindful.
I never even watched the film, but I'm sure it's a good enough reference.
I'm a UNIX user from Alberta, Canada, and I'm a failing computer scientist who works in LISP and Ada.
Half of what you say will go over my head but I'll act like I have a solution.
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