It's the same reason why OOP gets nasty: you're trying to model relationships between data types and instead you keep polluting that information with methods, which assume you are trying to do one very specific and well-understood task with that data, which is fine until you aren't and then you're stuffed.
@Gargron Could you make most recent by day instead of by minute, then randomly within each date group? That way the people regularly active stay close to the top but it's much harder to coordinate something like this.
“What we are coming to.” Illustration by Grant E. Hamilton from JUDGE (1895). http://wolfliving.tumblr.com/post/180928011041/what-we-are-coming-to-illustration-by-grant-e
I just stumbled upon the wonderful world of esoteric programming languages and I’m really digging Piet, where the programs look like abstract paintings.
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The stages of Steam library growth:
- Own some games
- Own some games you haven't finished
- Own some games you haven't even started
- Own more games than you could possibly finish in a lifetime
- Own more critically-acclaimed, culturally-significant games that you were really interested playing than you could possibly finish in a lifetime
- Own more games than you could possibly start in a lifetime
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