Whatever Happened to the Semantic Web? https://twobithistory.org/2018/05/27/semantic-web.html
This site recently scrolled by in my TL about remote work: https://www.remoteonly.org/
I’ve been a remote executive managing a remote team with people all over the world for about 10 years now. Some things in that post are accurate, but many are not what happens in practice. A good example is the benefit from fewer interruptions... I’ve found that to be almost 180 degrees wrong. Interruptions, I’ve found, are far more frequent in remote work settings.
ESR is wrong on a lot of matters.
For me, reading his blog, and then comments, and finding out where he was wrong and where he was right, is something I can learn from.
But if in your case it just makes you angry, don't read that.
Being angry makes people less productive.
Don't give in to the outrage culture.
And, especially, don't post things you disagree with with a message "see how stupid this is? how outrageous?" because that gets more people angry and makes them waste time.
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But, kaniini, they released Visual Studio Code! They’re cool now! They would never sue us!
Going through the interimOS source is making me nostalgic for my old OS projects. (Easy to do.) Trying to figure out where the actual IP stack is implemented -- sledge/os/net.l seems to be IRC-specific stuff that assumes it already exists on the filesystem. Are core functionalities under sledge/ & in lisp, or under devices/ and machine-dependent?
Doctor: I'm terribly sorry but the tests are back. Your child is artistic.
Doctor: Now don't worry, it's not the end of the world. Your child will never have the mind of an executive, but with modern innovations like Etsy, Patreon and Kickstarter, they may be able to pay rent well into their mid-20s.
Parent: Did... did crayons do this
Doctor: Who can say? We're exposed to so many forms of art every day: music, poetry, language, geometry..
Parent: We're getting crayons BANNED
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Microsoft and software patent enforcement, a brief lesson:
Brad Smith is the main proponent of software patent weaponization at Microsoft. He is now President of Microsoft, up from General Counsel.
Do you get it now?????
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