Talk about nonsense article. Let's see if I get this straight: Companies like Uber has created the "gig economy" and the only way they could do that was by using a technology that they are actually not using. A technology which has not actually been used for anything at all.
Got it. Makes perfect sense apparently.
@tom79 if I click on a thread, and then scroll all the way up and reload, the initial message is reloaded and I'm back at the bottom of the thread.
Would it be possible to keep it on top in this case?
Lately I had some fun with optimizing REGION-CONTAINS-POSITION-P predicate for polygons.
Results are not so bad if you ask me (3.5x speed improvement from algorithm change - see the picture, 4x-7x speedup when we check the bounding rectangle first.
@loke I'd say it's worth the trouble of getting an emulator working, although it's not the greatest game ever. the GameCube versions are probably a bit better
NIST's answer to the question "do you need a blockchain?"
tl;dr: usually no, use a database instead
I have mentioned my project to implement a client for Maxima using CLIM. I have now created an appimage that should run on most Linux machines simply by making the file executable and run it. If anyone wants to test, it can be downloaded here: https://loke.keybase.pub/climaxima-x86_64.AppImage
Note that it's very buggy, and it's easy to get it to crash, but basic functionality works. Some example videos here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AvC82EjoPYU&list=PL6AQVVynH5Dg3Wwpk3zNT962GntKfssje
Lisp, Emacs, APL and a bunch of other stuff.
My Mastodon client in Common Lisp: https://github.com/lokedhs/mastodon
functional.cafe is an instance for people interested in functional programming and languages.