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"We are spending tens or maybe hundreds of megawatts on producing something that has no tangible existence and no real use for humans outside the realm of financial speculation," SmΓ‘ri McCarthy, and Icelandic member of parliament told the AP. "That can't be good."

arstechnica.com/tech-policy/20

Thank ${deity} I'm going on vacations in 2 days 'cause, once again, I'm dealing with something in Flink that nobody gave a fuck to write, so I'm all stressed out again.

Ayreon's "The Source" is not "The Human Equation", but it's pretty damn good.

I know it's only Monday and it's a holiday here and things are slow as heck and I'll go in vacation in two days but...

... brain is out fuel.

That moment when you use DuckDuckGo "!wiki" bang and you're greeted with the Romanian version of the page. O_o

What the heck? Listening to Spotify's "Discover Weekly" on desktop plays a complete different set of songs than listening to "Discover Weekly" on my phone.

I mean, beside the e-peen measurement contest of "my project is cooler than yours, nah nah nah."

I really don't get "What are you working on this week?" on Subreddits.

Like, I'm going to mention on r/scala that "Now that I managed to split our Flink pipeline and add a different sink on each, I'm going to deploy it."

What does it add in the general discussion?

On the other hand, my Evernote finally got "Inbox 0" (and I send all my Twitter favorites there via IFTTT, where I tag, add images and move to proper folders.)

But here is the problem: Tomorrow is my lsat day before vacations and it would be damn nice if I had absolutely nothing to do tomorrow, in case something goes wrong today...

So now I have to create a *real* cluster of Flink managers (I need to start a job manager in the "master" node and a bunch of task managers around) but heck if I'm in the mood to do so.

So InfoQ asks your company size, but never mentions what the metric. It's "US$ K per year", "US$ K per month", "customers", "workers", "number of bathrooms"...

Also, the only available "Region/State/Province" options are the US ones (so now I work for a company in Alaska -- just because hey, if I'm going to fuck this up, I'm going to ROYALLY fuck this up.)

I have hope in the future. I future I'll hear stuff in stereo again...

$ git commit -m "Some new feature"

"Heck, it should go to another branch..."

$ git branch new-feature-branch
$ git reset HEAD~1 --hard
$ git checkout new-feature-branch

"Wait. I commited, but I never added the files... FUCK!"

Scala has "traits" for it, but they are incredible restricted.

My world for proper interfaces in Scala.

(Like, really: If we were using pure Java, I know I could create an interface and make everything function receive said interface and all it's child nodes would work. But Scala...)

And suddenly, otitis became unbearable painful. Otolaryngologist appointed already made (and yes, we don't need to go to GP first -- we go to whatever specialist we want).

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an attempt to collect everyone’s blogs - so as to not let precious non-commercial content go unread and unnoticed - is likely the only time i’ll ever ask:

please boost this toot.