The game is Turing-complete and someone proved it by implementing cellular automation no. 110 in it, and it's so cool!
The tweet:
The video:

I'm using the perf profiling tool for the first time. Is there a reason why the top line has its “Children” field equal to 24 % and not 100 % ?

alcohol mention 

Normal compiler error: “l. 66: unknown identifier”

LaTeX compiler error: “l. 66: something's wrong… perhaps this? Look, you just re-read the TeXbook.”

Radhia Cousot's 1985 PhD thesis… in French, and handwritten! Etymologically a manuscript 😛

Wasn't TeX already a thing back then? Anyway, it's pretty beautiful.
(The thesis is something like 600 pages.)

Careful with your press titles starting with “May quits”, you just gave me a brief false hope here 😄

Am now a happy user of 🙂
This nice eye-candy panel enabled me to ditch XFCE entirely and use only XMonad.

Verifying not people's identity, but the links between them and their websites, if they wish so, is a great idea. (I believe it's @kaniini's, originally?)

Pour voir un arc-en-ciel, se placer entre le soleil et les gouttelettes d'eau en suspension 🙂

Me discovering that algorithms can't be cut over several pages with algorithm2e:

Wow, LuaTeX
I mean, TeX was a 25,000-line Pascal file initially, including looots of comments

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