Friendly advice: try using a browser that isn't Chrome while you still can.
you know what they say: too many cooks stage a coup
Riot.im is awesome but the client uses Google Analytics.
If you are using the web client opt for https://disroot.org/.
For desktop client, best check your distribution; ArchLinux's AUR package patches it for example (it's how I found out).
Namespaces, how I missed you!
The "organic, all natural, GMO-free" movement sorta pisses me off and in my opinion displays a degree of ignorance.
I'm rewatching the Harry Potter movies and here's a couple thoughts:
Nerdwriter is right, Prisoner of Azkaban is the best of the movies
Harry James Evans-Verres Potter is a better character than Harry Potter, canon Harry is pretty dumb and hard to watch. Also, wtf is Hermione doing in Gryffindor. What's the reason for Ravenclaw house to exist if Hermione is not in it?
One of the reasons I like HPMOR more than canon is because the characters' awesomeness potential is actually used
Internal fixes, improved rendering and image display. We're now showing multiple images per toot. A few other small fixes. They're in master now.
Happy Friday everyone!!
don't divide, intel inside
Loving the Tile-View extension for #Firefox
From the beloved category of "Things I kinda knew but didn't really think about it":
Erlang Strings are lists of integer encoded chars. So "hello, " ++ "world" => "hello, world" (same as string:concat/2)
But what happens when the second argument is an atom (think Symbols in Ruby)?
"hello, " ++ world => [104,101,108,108,111,44,32|world]
To convert all elements to their textual representation when concatenating use lists:concat/1:
lists:concat(["hello, ", world]) => "hello, world"