"Helvetica. Which one?"
"http://agilemanifesto.org/ — Go on, read the manifesto again. You’ll see that it’s a manifesto for anarchism, for people coming together and contributing equally toward solving problems."
I wrote about how I write CSS:
"A simple CSS ruleset"
That was outstanding. The philosophy, the art, the argumentation, the acting, all brilliant!
"Abortion & Ben Shapiro | Philosophy Tube"
Cool guide on how to be a higher quality smeller
@neauoire I love that quote "It’s always night under the ultraviolet sun" you have in your bio! It took me a while to get it — ingeniously poetic.
ACM Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct
Opinions on nuclear families, income inequality, taxes, house and consumer prices
One of the most interesting discussion in HN recently https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=24491584
Byung-Chul Han: “In Orwell’s ‘1984’ society knew it was being dominated. Not today” https://ibw21.org/commentary/orwells-1984-society-knew-dominated-not-today/
It's as fast as mpv (it's based on mpv) with a better interface and also some very cool tricks (e.g. "music mode")
This is probably one of the best pieces of software I have ever used: https://github.com/iina/iina
[infinite jest spoiler]
That was this blog post by Aaron Swartz. The only good online explanation of a book about a depressed Boston technical genius who commits suicide, a book about an attempt to spread banned information and the government’s attempt to crack down on it – was written by Aaron Swartz. This is so Infinite Jest-ish that it is impossible for me not to think of it as an appendix to the book.
[infinite jest spoiler]
I spent a little while searching the Internet trying to find a good explanation, and I found exactly one – one person who was able to put all the clues together and actually come up with a narrative that made sense to me.
And also the shocking, borderline horrifying, coincidence:
> And, okay, for this part to make sense I need to mention that the ending of Infinite Jest is really mysterious.
[ending spoiler follow]
Maybe I've read so many reviews of Infinite Jest that I could have read the actual book by now, but this one was the funnest: https://slatestarcodex.com/2013/03/23/book-review-infinite-jest-alternate-title-look-at-me-i-read-infinite-jest/
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