I’m wearing a holiday T-shirt with Karl Marx on it in a rural Wisconsin bar/restaurant, this should be interesting.
If you don’t hear from me in the next 6 hours, send reinforcements.
Was reminded of this fun fact by some news:
"Tesla largely responsible for slide in U.S. home solar sales: report"
The American Society of Civil Engineers Executive Committee "has honored Elon Musk, A.M.ASCE, with the 2018 Columbia Medal for his demonstrated and continuing excellence in pushing the state of the art [...]"
Dunno, sounds like ass-kissing to me.
Here's an interesting thing: the Boring Company had no presence in 2017 Rapid Excavation Tunneling Conference (http://www.retc.org/). They just ignore people who'd been working on this stuff for the longest time. Why?
Looked at FOSDEM schedule and I so badly want to go...
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if you live in the US remember to do the http://healthcare.gov thing by tomorrow and remember that most people don't pay anything.
if you're in a strange situation like bug where you don't have a job and aren't sure how much you'll make next year: give a lowwwww estimate and you'll most likely pay nothing to start with. then you can just report income when you get it.
Firefox 57 can't come to Debian testing soon enough!
Seen in Gay Village, Montreal.
The FCC just killed net neutrality https://www.theverge.com/2017/12/14/16776154/fcc-net-neutrality-vote-results-rules-repealed
@kensanata You can find out this stuff using Hoogle. There are two popular Hoogle instances in the internets:
(haskell.org's Hoogle does not return a useful result in this case; weird.)
@kensanata Ah, I thought that "margin" is an existing filter!
Text.Pandoc.JSON is in pandoc-types package:
You should be able to 'cabal install pandoc-types' and go.
(A problem with 'cabal install' is that it will change your package index and eventually could lead to "cabal hell", so people use Cabal sandboxes and Stack and what not. It shouldn't be a problem for you if you don't use Haskell much.)
In my creative work, I'm primarily a live performance (circus and theater) creator. While successful in the past, #crowdfunding has been difficult for our company because of the additional, and sometimes seemingly Herculean, efforts we had to undertake in order to create physical products for rewards.
In the end we did it, but most of it felt unrelated to the work...and in some cases potentially damaged the work because of creative concessions that had to be made.*
*The example that comes to mind was adjusting theater lights and seating to accommodate video recording for a downloadable video of the show.
While the campaign was truly a rousing success, I can't help but feel like we spent a considerable amount of our creative energies making good on "begging-related" promises.
I'm curious how those who make things that can't be turned easily into downloadable or shippable goods make patroning and funding work for their projects.
Chime in. I'm curious.
Hey friends, I'm looking for a development job in or near Austin, TX, or Remote.
Here's my github: https://github.com/asonix
If you could boost this around, that would be super cool.