I felt that I wasn't really feeling so good since I thought that I didn't do much work today. Didn't exactly end up doing something I wanted to and I was stressed and broken for a while. I don't know, maybe this happens

But, as I'm typing this, I'm feeling better. I'm looking back at the things I've learned and experienced today. It's positive. And tomorrow's gonna be more mindful.

I've made a short list of things I'm gonna do tomorrow. Let's see. We also got to help others!

Everytime I log into LinkedIn, it's like: "yo, these guys are doing so well and has their fingers in many cool shit and what the hell are you doing mate. i can't even..."


I like how I'm feeling about today.

Had a pretty good day so far. There was some progress and feeling very fulfilled. Had coffee, caught the sunset at the beach and bought some biscuits for the night 😌

And the night is yet to come. So, hoping to get more stuff done yeet

Dear Internet, I'm helping an old man who's almost blind. His computer is really important to him, but he's losing what's left of his sight rapidly. He uses Windows on a normal PC. Can anyone recommend tools/settings/software I can help him try? #a11y #toot

*lenin using visual studio voice* this IDE takes forever to load. i bet kautsky, the great distorter of revolutionary socialism, would love using this horrible software

Sometimes, I think about the people who write really large comments on Reddit and Hacker News. Most of the times, they don't even make it to the top; they sit below some guy's generic comment which looks like it only took a minute's effort.

Even for me to write this, it took hours of thinking about whether I should do it and another couple of minutes to phrase it,

I think I have to get a new keybind to increase and decrease the brightness from the new keyboard.

Man, I should I get a small notebook for the cryptography course.

Google CTF: I'll show you 0.1% of something, now do the 100% and solve the flag.

Sublime Text's official Rust plugin rust-enhanced is so messed up that it basically hits a race condition while checking format, which is whenever I hit save and it even makes my whole windowing server unresponsive.

What was that tool/crate that lists the biggest crates/dependencies you have and removes them?

Ah man, I think I also forgot about where I had seen it.

I forgot tell you guys that I had gotten into Google Summer of Code.

A branch upstream got deleted and when I tried to pull from that, I received an error related to something with the refs, which I think is sort of misleading and made me look up about a number of other problems.

I don't know, maybe it makes sense.

FLoC away from Chrome is simply the best headline I've seen today

Rewrote the 100R website as an extremely simple wiki(200 lines of C89) with redlinks, templating and includes support.

Anyone interested in creating a static wiki, and learning a bit of C at the same time, might be interested in forking it to build their own wiki.

Lemme know if you have any question~

Tug boats to the left of me
Tug boats to the right
Here I am
Stuck in the Suez with you

Google Slides doesn't have the Insert Audio option on Firefox, but it's there on Chrome :angery:

Had read about those couple of guys finding about the two undocumented x86 instructions and felt absolutely shaken by that, to be honest.

Might rewatch that 'Unlocking God Mode on x86' talk from DEFCON tonight and slip into sleep thinking about what all nasty stuff Intel must've had put into our chips.

I think Telegram Desktop v2.7- the latest update sort of created another .desktop file or something. I have two options for telegram on my application launcher, now

At least, my professor agrees that him talking about how classes and OOPs is over glorified is a rant

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