When you have too many solutions or choices, you'll never be happy, because you're never sure you picked the best one. Check out this TED talk Barry Schwartz: The paradox of choice
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i3 is great and I enjoy it even more than awesome. I'm tired of manually fiddling with windows and trying to maximize screen usage on two monitors. The computer should do that for you. Using tiling window managers is so refreshing. Like learning functional programming paradigms for the first time.
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Maybe you could simply provide them with _a_ password. Too bad if it doesn't work, maybe data got corrupted. At least you tried to comply. Hopefully, owning broken computer equipment isn't a crime.
Just yesterday I read a forum post where some American mixed up prospective/perspective and hire/higher. A systematic error that is a shining example of cringeworthy edumacation.
I just wanted to mention, for those who have asked, that absolutely nothing whatsoever happened today in Sector 83 by 9 by 12. I repeat, nothing happened. Please remain calm.
I'd be more concerned about TTL...
I think it's silly to measure the rate of technological progress by its impact on humans. The universe doesn't exist to entertain humans. Whatever science discovers about it, it's all progress. Some discoveries have a big impact on our lives, most do not.
Why would the rate of progress have slowed down? We have more scientists and better tools than 50 years ago. Doesn't make sense.
It's good for the economy to produce stuff that people have to replace regularly. We should produce crap that breaks every few months. That would really boost consumerism and spin up the economy. But what we really need are cheap and simple replacement societies. When a world police like the US bombs another country and takes their resources, they can just slap in a modern, cheap and simple solution. Benefit for all.
Here's an interesting interview of the inventor:
It is legal because companies want to make money with them. Welcome to the insanity of the monetary system.
I've been around since Linux 2.0.32.
Yeah, reality is a bitch.
Higgs boson is the particle of the gaps.