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#1598: The Geese Have Begun Watching Us
Friday • November 24th 2023 • 11:19:20 pm • 1KB

It is a frigid 22F degrees, everyone is cold; except for the angry geese. This morning on my way to they gym, the geese were looking rather grim. They were waiting for a hamburger bun, thawing their feathery butts in the morning sun. And while it is true,...

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#1597: The Thanksgiving Programmer; Or, Making A GUI Out Of A VPL, FUI, And The ZUI
Thursday • November 23rd 2023 • 11:46:47 pm • 3KB

It is a fun tradition, to write a shortest possible program on a Holiday. It is a good reminder of how the entire world of programming, lays unexplored. One day, people theorize about AI, the next Autocomplete becomes sentient. The two nicest areas in my...

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#1596: Surprise Holidays
Wednesday • November 22nd 2023 • 11:34:32 pm • 2KB

There is a certain kind of magnificent creature, whose head always sits in the clouds. Their holidays, always come as a nifty surprise. They are lonesome, but never lonely, and they all meet once or twice a year. Holidays mean, that there are lines, or...

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#1595: Lone Wolf Programming; And, The Older You Wants You To Learn To Code
Tuesday • November 21st 2023 • 11:51:16 pm • 2KB

On my second day programming with AI, I discovered that it speeds up programming hundreds of times. The claim I saw earlier stated, that it improves development time by 50%. But that is ridiculous, that is nothing, that is a lie, it is a hundred times...

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#1594: In Search For Greatness
Monday • November 20th 2023 • 11:57:12 pm • 3KB

You might have noticed, that trouble is suspiciously regional. That is because, trouble makers are self indoctrinating… Into their local culture, with some help, from whoever the thugs are. Indoctrination is that thing, makes our younger selves....

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#1593: A Fistful Of Pickles; Or, Programming Stuff Shouldn't Take Very Long
Sunday • November 19th 2023 • 11:17:34 pm • 4KB

When programming takes too long, it means that there aren't enough tools. Programming is a desperate science, and it is often true that programming bare bones are best. But complexity is always increasing, and what is bare shifts as well. There is a...

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#1592: Five True Facts About Geese; Or, When You See Michigan Geese You Might Want To Call The Police
Saturday • November 18th 2023 • 11:37:18 pm • 1KB

What nobody knows, is that geese are the masters of shadows. Anatidaephobia is no joke, it is just cloaked in smoke. Once you cross a goose, they will never let you loose. They will watch you for many a decade, always cloaked deep the shade. Even a more...

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#1591: Artificial Alien Intelligence And Brilliant New Futures
Friday • November 17th 2023 • 11:17:52 pm • 3KB

Real Artificial Intelligence cures aging, and opens a way to the future. It is a vast mind that masters chaos, understands the madness of evolution. I think the key to is all, is just raw processing power. Faster computers, multitudes of language models,...

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#1590: What Does Fake Education Look Like?
Thursday • November 16th 2023 • 11:49:50 pm • 4KB

I’ve been programming sine I was 9 or 11, I am self taught, only having taken a couple of classes. In sixth grade, I was accused of cheating. The idiot teacher just could not believe, that I could program. He graded me down, and made my bullies laugh at me...

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#1589: Rediscovering Socks; Or, Are Achy Feet A Thing Of The Past?
Wednesday • November 15th 2023 • 11:55:31 pm • 3KB

I always recommend that people new to hiking, or jogging, use thick woolen socks in a shoe that is a size or two larger. The thick socks were originally meant to protect the foot, from blisters and the rough insides of a shoe, as good shoes are hard to...

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#1588: Knowledge And Wisdom Is Personal, School Is Just Paychecks And Politics
Tuesday • November 14th 2023 • 11:29:40 pm • 2KB

Do not underestimate your teachers zeal, to teach you a lesson you will never forget. They will easily drop fifty years, to hoover up all the easy paychecks and praise. They will blame you for not trying hard enough, your parents for being useless. The...

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#1587: Into The Future; Or, Visual Programming Languages And Artificial Intelligence
Monday • November 13th 2023 • 11:22:02 pm • 3KB

Internet today is almost unusable without web-page rewriting to remove distractions and annoyances, and this will only get worse. On the user end, artificial Intelligence will only improve, and we can already install Open Source AI free, on our home...

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#1586: Eight Hours Of Programming Alongside A Robot
Sunday • November 12th 2023 • 10:49:50 pm • 2KB

I am always programming computers, and the better I get the less haste I put into my art. I like symmetry, I like it a lot. And I like it best, when I am moving towards revolutionary ends. I chose a project, that helps the world program. I am making a...

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#1585: Every Human Being Is Meant To Become A Powerful Philosopher
Saturday • November 11th 2023 • 11:31:49 pm • 3KB

This is so simple, even an AI can do it. When speaking to the sliver of AI, that we have access to today. In order to make it smarter, and give it's response firmer structure. We ask it to make a list first, a list of steeps, or ideas, of achievements....

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#1584: The Island Birds Of A Feather
Friday • November 10th 2023 • 11:51:28 pm • 3KB

I live on a slightly off-kilter island, in that one side is connected to the land. But, the land is divided between the state of Ohio, or as I am sure it is pronounced Oh, hi, yo! And then a place called Indiana, the dog’s name from Indiana Jones. Most...

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#1583: Are Schools Working?
Thursday • November 9th 2023 • 10:23:42 pm • 5KB

We are born into a world that has schools, and we assume they are really good for us. But, they are not quite there yet, they are only slightly better, than not having any education at all. To be proper, and not seem crazy, people say that schools stifle...

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#1582: Knowledge, Slides; Or, Real Knowledge Is Connected And Marked By Personal Curiosity
Wednesday • November 8th 2023 • 10:38:59 pm • 6KB

My earliest school memory, may just come from first grade. I got written up for something, maybe “Forgot to draw arms on his stick figure” What I didn’t forget was her expression when she saw that, though bless her heart, early teachers are angels. I...

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#1581: Jogger Wisdom
Tuesday • November 7th 2023 • 10:09:29 pm • 3KB

I remember slowly jogging late at night, double inhaling, and still gasping for air. Just to be passed by two old people, not only jogging five times faster than me. But also having a stupid conversation, where neither of them was out of breath. “The heck”...

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#1580: Smartly Bonkers; Or, How To Dress For The Gym And Other Unusual Places
Monday • November 6th 2023 • 9:01:14 pm • 3KB

Preface It is never a good idea to tell someone how to dress, they should dress they want to dress. But there is an exception, and that is when someone dresses mean or scary. Because that stuff actually works, and friendly strangers will avoid that person....

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#1579: A Letter From Socrates
Sunday • November 5th 2023 • 11:13:08 am • 8KB

Oh, my friends, in the beginning the only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing. That a world of knowledge has been kept from you to prevent you from changing the way things are. To make you a reliable part of the machinery that drives your economies,...

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#1578: Why, Oh Why, Can’t We Just Work And Die
Saturday • November 4th 2023 • 9:31:47 pm • 3KB

Why not just be convenient to the maximum, where no one yells at us, and we finally fit? Because we are each mean to grow all the way up, and become a great being. We are each a creature of the universe first, we are more than just Human. We are emerged...

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#1577: Joggers Beware: I Dare To Declare You Are Unaware How To Wear Your Underwear
Friday • November 3rd 2023 • 11:53:12 pm • 969B

Seriously, at the very least, you should be aware, how to correctly wear your underwear. Now we are not talking, just walking. Then can wear them on you head, or do whatever your mom said. But when jogging or working out, you have to tuck your t-shirt...

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#1576: The Outside Of The World
Thursday • November 2nd 2023 • 11:40:09 pm • 4KB

We are not used to taking about the outside, of our indoctrination. Outside of our knowledge rooted in ineffective schools, and TV shows crafted for effective advertising. And beliefs, which are always blind, and presented to us by a loving family member. ...

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#1575: The Stopwatch And The Impossible Reward
Wednesday • November 1st 2023 • 11:08:15 pm • 3KB

Working out, is not supposed to hurt. While you are gradually building up endurance, there will be discomfort. And once you reach the desired level of endurance, working out feels like any other activity. It feels like walking, or taking care of some...