Love this video by the crash course on history guy. https://youtu.be/snj6W9c8VIo
Me: fuck car-centric infrastructure.
Also me: immediately updates #OpenStreetMap as soon as a new overpass is built.
The computers on the Voyager probes have over 40 years of uptime, and have been patched at distances measured in light-hours. How?
Reliability, redundancy, reconfigurability.
Radiation-hardened parts, cross-connectible backups, all memory is RAM.
They've patched 'em to have better data compression and more efficient forward error correction as distance resulted in reduced bandwidth.
Can cache data when there's no signal. Have turned off instruments to save power.
I program for over 20 years. I just closed some tabs from yesterday:
"how to create directory in python"
"concat lists python"
"load 2 models tensorflow"
"how set pythonpath"
and some others.
And yes. I have a masters degree in informatics.
You don't need to learn things that you rarely need & are just 1 duckduckgo away by heart. Knowing that they exist and what to search for is sufficient.
Important are the thing you cannot search. Concentrate on those.
This was my last roommate's cat, whose name I do not remember but who lost a chunk of ear in an alley scrap #internationalcatday
Pokemon pretending to be a human
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