Wrestling with relative module importing in Python costs more of my time than any other aspect of programming. Every time I think I get it I suddenly can't run unit tests in a submodule, or move a script into a subdirectory, or something, and it's another hour on StackOverflow.
Brb, I’m just off to never ever go back to Arizona.
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org Well, after fifteen years off and on living in a house plagued by scorpions, I finally got stung. In my bed as I slept. It is not that bad, but I am extremely awake at 4am.
While my phone is being repaired I've been chatting on IM and it rules.
Oh, apparently it's closed-access 🔒. Sorry. But if you're a "colleague" who is "known to me" I can give you a copy for "personal use". Otherwise a pre-publication will go online when I get home.
Shoutout to me in 2009 for not erasing this ipod. Even though I don't have a cable any more, I can pick up with the episodes of Pseudopod and Point of Inquiry that I was listening to when I put it away.
Whooooops I forgot to disable 2fa on my phone before I sent it away for repair... Guess I can't do... anything... for a while...
I'm sending my phone to be repaired, so if I take longer than usual to reply, that's why.
Or at least the props used to indicate what kilos of cocaine look like in a movie.
RT @Oniropolis@twitter.com: I keep thinking about the death of Elaine Herzberg. Every aspect of it is troubling but what sends a chill down the spine was how quickly the police stated, before investigation, "it appears that the Uber would likely not be at fault" https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2018/mar/22/self-driving-car-uber-death-woman-failure-fatal-crash-arizona
RT @email@example.com: Young horse wizards must choose a path