I generally see my microblog posts to be pretty normal, but my mother asks me about the things I say on here in a very concerned way.
Hi mom. This list is pinned for you to help get rid of some confusion
* GNU is not a drug
* I cannot download drugs
* I am not suicidal, it is just part of the joke.
* I am grammatically incorrect, not mentally ill.
* I am not part of a gang.
* The flashing button that says "Fix my computer" is NOT to be pressed.
* I may not always show it, but I love you.
I still get "Yakko's Universe" stuck in my head now & then.
I love Guix's idea of transaction management and rollback. I look forward to see how this particular Linux Distribution is going to evolve. They are off to a good start!
Actually, cc @gemlog
it was good to see you on anonradio! I need to log on more often. There's always something interesting going on!
CIRA has a new marketing stunt that is... I admit... Kind of funny.
I don't like it when someone says "Your job is to do x and apply it to y" then just walks away.
I know how to do x & y, but please stick around, because I've been in situations where I thought I knew what I was doing but seriously messed stuff up!
It's nice to just say "Do x and apply it to y. Go ahead & try it." and supervise for a minute. It might be worth while.
According to facebook, political ads may lie, bu tthe sexual use of the eggplant and the peach (very common in the gay community) are not tolerable
Specifically, the coffee song:
I'm a UNIX user from Alberta, Canada, and I'm a failing computer scientist who works in LISP and C.
Half of what you say will go over my head but I'll act like I have a solution.
functional.cafe is an instance for people interested in functional programming and languages.