2nd
00:17

RMS speaks to the value of good communication: https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-devel/2016-0



4th
15:18

A Wittgenstein's ladder metaphor: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wittgenstein%27s_ladder



9th
00:02

Oh my, this is brilliant: Spell chequer http://www.davidpbrown.co.uk/poetry/martha-snow.html



16:25

га-га-га 'I am curious as to what your experience in audio is? What sources provide the info



10th
01:03

'It tends to be forgotten, but one of the most innovative things in Unix was the conception of files



15:29

I don't even. $ pwd /home/henry $ /bin/cd /tmp $ pwd /home/henry Huh? $ cat /bin/cd #!/bin/sh bui



19:05

I wonder has anybody understood back in the day that the infamous rant was a fine exemplar of trolli



23:53

Just finished watching the first 2 series of Keeping Up Appearance. Teh funney, sometimes to an utt



13th
02:00

"He [William II] was engaged in hunting, the sole amusement, and indeed the chief occupation of prin



20th
22:54

"Robots are natural leaders because they don't care about your feelings"



22nd
04:44

I wonder why Microsoft.BingWeather always displays to me the info in Dutch, w/o ability to change th



28th
08:41

So I had this http://chunk.io/f/fd800f309f0944d9afcf963f2b3388fd in my ~/.bashrc for a quite some ti



30th
17:07

BBC Radio 4 had recently a discussion about Animal Farm. It was a joy to listen. A quote from the di



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