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Tsp vs Tbsp

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It's like one teraspoon / when all you need is a kilonife
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vahidakbar
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عکاسی صنعتی و تبلیغاتی در ایران https://www.studioemrooz.com/portfolio-item/عکاسی-صنعتی-و-تبلیغاتی/
vahidakbar
10 hours ago
طراحی لوگو حرفه ای در تهران https://www.studioemrooz.com/portfolio-item/طراحی-لوگو-حرفه-ای/
vahidakbar
10 hours ago
سفارش انواع پودر بندکشی در تهران https://www.sahand-chemicals.com/product-category/joint-grout/
vahidakbar
10 hours ago
سفارش انواع چسب کاشی به صورت آنلاین https://www.sahand-chemicals.com/product-category/powder-tile-glue/
jlvanderzwan
12 days ago
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There's also "TiSP" but nobody uses that
Groxx
14 days ago
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At long last, making 1/10th of a recipe will be possible without needing to use a calculator
Silicon Valley, CA
awilchak
14 days ago
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grateful for these pro tips
Brooklyn, New York

Modern Tools

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I tried to train an AI to repair my Python environment but it kept giving up and deleting itself.
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CblackFeed42
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If we follow this method, we could train the AI to use connect AT commands on 9600 baud N81 to connect to networks. That might buy us time before they take us over.
Portland, OR.
Groxx
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If it's generating *valid* makefiles, it can't have been trained on random makefiles in the wild. Where are they keeping this veritable bounty of makefiles-that-don't-make-me-want-to-napalm-the-whole-industry-for-the-good-of-humanity?
Silicon Valley, CA
denubis
51 days ago
Private repositories, obviously. There's certainly nothing public that qualifies...
jlvanderzwan
51 days ago
Those are just to bootstrap the GAN process, obviously
alt_text_bot
51 days ago
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I tried to train an AI to repair my Python environment but it kept giving up and deleting itself.

NASA refuses to reply to aliens who attempted to communicate with Earth via YAML

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NASA refuses to reply to aliens who attempted to communicate with Earth via YAML

Washington, D.C.—NASA spokesperson shared breaking news this morning: the governmental agency had received an intelligent radio signal of extraterrestrial origin. The message contains information about the alien species and their benign intentions, as well as an invitation to continue the dialogue.

However, NASA had decided not to reply to the message not because of its content, but because of its format. The original message was encoded in YAML, a human-readable data-serialization language widely used by software developers and some other conscious entities.

Excerpt from the official press-release:

Even though the contents of the message is benign, we believe the format is the actual message. The choice if YAML can be interpreted as a cruel joke, a sarcastic remark or a threat.


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Groxx
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Everything in here is true facts
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Silly Hats Only

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This tactic did *intensely* amplify the surprise factor.

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Groxx
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Taking surprise parties to the next level
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Moore's Hierarchy of Needs

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We moved so many times for awhile... moving sucks :(

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Groxx
588 days ago
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it me
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I want off Mr. Golang's Wild Ride

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My honeymoon with the Go language is extremely over. This article is going to have a different tone from what I've been posting the past year - it's a proper rant. And I always feel bad writing those, because, inevitably, it discusses things a lot of people have been working very hard on. In spite of that, here we are. Having invested thousands of hours into the language, and implemented several critical (to my employer) pieces of infrastructure with it, I wish I hadn't.
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Groxx
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I cannot possibly agree more. Go is a weird sort of drunken living nightmare if you try to do anything carefully.
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