So hired this 11 year old to make their website. I especially like the fact that the screenshots are heavily tinted different colours and don't give me an accurate representation of what the program looks like. Really adds a nice touch.

This isn't a big deal, but it leaves a sour taste in my mouth. At least no-one uses Atom.

I haven't always had the best of luck with out-of-focus photography, but this one's nice.
For something that's supposed to be blurred, it came out satisfyingly sharp.

Yes, indeed. Things still don't work well but at least it runs the way I expect it to (more or less).

If there's one type of humour that I hate but cant resist, it's that of Obvious Plant.

There's a lot of talks about Scheme planned for 2019.

I just want to say - you know you're popular when you don't even have to use your last name and everyone still knows who you are.

Red Berries.

Sony A7 ii again. Automatic settings. Edited slightly in . It's an older image I found while deleting trivial files on my drive. I kind of like it.

Not sure if it's a direct reference but...

The campfire scene during "Ruby Rider" in Steven universe is very reminiscent of the "Blue Shadows" scene from Three Amigos.

Just something I had to get off my chest.

Hidden underneath the right Alt key on my keyboard there are tiny switches that allow me to change one of the space keys to backspace. I think this was mentioned in the manual but I forgot about it. Feels nice but it's something I'll have to get used to! 👍

It's the 10'th anniversary of today (the best rhythm game in the industry, I'd say)

DJMAX posted a video about it on their YouTube channel and this guy was in it and I felt obligated to share his awesome hair with you all:

Whenever I feel like I'm bad at hardware design, I search "Playstation concept design" and I feel much better about myself.

I know it's the weirdest thing to say, but...

Check out all these sweet street pole arms available!

That full moon tonight is *bright!*

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When people ask "How come this GNU package doesn't run well on Windows?"
But then when it comes to proprietary software running on GNU they say "Well duh, it's not magic!"

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Functional Café is an instance for people interested in functional programming and languages.