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Streamer Shows Off His Gun
04/17/15, 20:50

er, spoiler in description. Which I guess is a sort of a tag, in an ontological sense.
Streamer Shows Off His Gun
04/17/15, 20:27

spoilers in tags

Also who the fuck wants to sit right next to a gigantic 70"-or-whatever TV all the time? It's not like it improves the movie watching experience.
GTA V on the oculus rift
04/17/15, 20:19

Well see whenever I've played GTA with people I've always trolled the shit out of them by driving legally and safely and just watch everyone get really fucking upset about how I'm not "playing it right," these being the very same people who insist that GTA isn't a violent game it just lets players do violent things.

But I mean it might be like how I used karaoke to get over my stage fright for when I perform for real, because it's a situation where you can fuck up all you want and nobody gives a shit and that helps me perform my own music way better, and I can see the same thing happening where I'm in an environment where it's okay to ram your car into a semi truck and cause an explosion and so that might make it okay to drive for real where I don't want to do that.
GTA V on the oculus rift
04/16/15, 23:30

So, I'm not that interested in this game per se, BUT I am interested in things like it on the Oculus with the hope that it'll help me to treat my anxiety, especially for driving.
Pounded in my butt by my book 'Pounded in the butt by my own butt'
04/16/15, 23:27

This dude certainly has found his niche.

It's between his cheeks.
BB-8 droid from The Force Awakens rolls out on stage at Star Wars Celebration Anaheim
04/16/15, 23:24

Yeah, when I saw it in the trailer I was thinking, "Damn, that's some pretty good CG."

Wellp.

I wonder if "the company that made this possible" is Sphereo.
How Toothpaste Is Made
04/16/15, 23:15

The reason for the extra I is to maintain consistency with other elements, like uranIUM, iridIUM, radIUM, helIUM, sodIUM/natrIUM, etc.

I think it sounds stupid too, but that's why the IUPAC made that decision.
How Toothpaste Is Made
04/16/15, 10:44

Meth and toothpaste: surprisingly similar processes for completely opposite effects.
The Worst Programming Language Ever
04/16/15, 10:39

If you know AS3 then it's pretty easy to switch over to ECMAScript 5. Learn DOM bindings (which are ridiculously simple) and you're all set to transition into the modern world of HTML5.
The Worst Programming Language Ever
04/16/15, 10:38

The only thing I like about PHP is that it's really easy to deploy and pretty much universally supported. Everything else about it is garbage, and its ease-of-deployment model is also inextricably linked with one of the major reasons why it's so goddamn insecure by default.

I would much prefer more widespread easy support of something like wsgi and a container-based runtime like Flask or Twisted, rather than all of the weird contortions you have to do to emulate the same thing in PHP (which only makes deployment more difficult without actually giving you any of the security or scalability advantages that a wsgi-hosted container provides).

Of course the entire CGI model is fucking bullshit (great for quick hacks but useless for real applications) and PHP embraces it while making it worse in fundamental ways. And that's not even getting into the many, many problems with PHP as a language (of which there are many).

My "favorite" PHP problem is how it'll aggressively treat strings as numbers wherever possible. For example, the string "123abc" compares greater than the string "2foo" because when comparing them it converts them to the numbers 123 and 2. There is no way to do an actual lexicographical comparison between them.

Oh and I've also been burned by the weird edge conditions like what happens if you do foreach with a reference and then later reuse that same variable name for something else (because references taint things in unpredictable ways). And the lack of block-level scoping makes this even harder to figure out why the fuck a struct at the end of a list has suddenly turned into the number 5.
The Worst Programming Language Ever
04/16/15, 01:03

oh I guess my style of choice is 1TBS. Well, nice to know I'm on the winning side of religion for once.
The Worst Programming Language Ever
04/16/15, 01:00

Oh, and I do a modified Kernel style, with 4-space indents. I used to prefer putting braces on their own lines but then I realized one-liners are evil and you should always brace everything. More clarity is better. (And again, autoformatting with AStyleFOrmatter et al makes brace-matching errors trivial to pick out.)
The Worst Programming Language Ever
04/16/15, 00:59

I use AStyleFormatter to autoformat my code every time I save. Which is easy with languages where the parse tree becomes the format tree (C++, Java, etc.). Not so easy where the format tree becomes the parse tree (Python).

I like tools to make my life easier, not to make it harder for me to make things that work.

That said, indenting an entire block of code isn't that hard in a modern code editor (including Emacs), but the fact you have to decide where the block is is what makes it a pain.

Oscar Wildcat's example is also a perfect case study of why Python is so fragile - posting code snippets to HTML-based forums is a perfect storm of where bullshit happens that's beyond your control (and just replacing leading spaces with   doesn't work because then the browser gives you something that isn't a 0x20 space to paste in, yay more bullshit to deal with).
Why temperatures never go up in straight lines
04/16/15, 00:31

Also remember that most of the permafrost, glaciers, icebergs, etc. are pure water, while the oceans are salt water, which has a lower melting point and which causes the temperature to go down as a result.
Fractured Fairy Tales - King Midas
04/16/15, 00:28

I like Ryan North's take on the original fable (in The Midas Flesh).

But this is good too.
The Worst Programming Language Ever
04/15/15, 16:45

No, Python is still very easy to write spaghetti code in. It's just well-formatted spaghetti.

Also Python's syntax parser makes it really easy to run into weirdness because of no-ops that look like they should do something. Like, in most modern languages, ++i and --i mean to increment or decrement i by one, respectively. In Python, they are no-ops, because there's no increment/decrement operator, unary + is a no-op (to maintain symmetry with unary -, because it's okay in Python's view to say something like +5 as a number even though it's completely useless), and unary operators are allowed to return values that have no effect.

So, ++i parses as +(+i) and --i parses as -(-i), i.e. negate negative i, both of which do nothing (although the second one takes slightly longer to get there), and if you have an lvalue assignment on either one it'll even have an effect - just not the one you expect.

THAT SAID I think Python is one of the best languages for learning with because its syntax is mostly consistent and it's incredibly easy to read. But I think TypeScript is even better these days.
TNG Episode 19 - "classical concerto"
04/14/15, 20:56

No.
Super Mario Post-It Note Animation
04/14/15, 20:50

especially Super Paper Mario
Bo-Emon's Lecture - ABC of Self Defense Forces
04/14/15, 20:35

Sukuramburu!
In Search of Dr. Seuss
04/14/15, 19:07

Needs a Matt Frewer tag

poeTV needs to allow more tags so this can have a Matt Frewer tag

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