Loading...
 

Browse Tags

Tags

Results 15

blog post in No Food for Thought "Cryptocurrency": the pseudo-currency which no one understood or accepted, but which many bought ×  Dated This article was written when "cryptocurrency" hype was peaking. While the situation changed, its conclusions remain relevant. On the cover o
blog post in No Food for Thought Abject-Oriented Programming This wonderful piece about programming is getting old, but unfortunately remains just as funny.
blog post in No Food for Thought Common lies We frequently lie. Some lies are very common. Here are the 3 most common lies on the Internet: {QUOTE(replyto="L'Actualité, March 2016, page 24")
blog post in No Food for Thought Debian KDE - A natural choice? {QUOTE(replyto="Testing migration summary 2015-10-22")}[...] caribou 0.4.19-1 0.4.18.1-1 celery 3.1.18
blog post in No Food for Thought Fausse alerte, Google n'a pas fumé de joint J'ai pris connaissance de l'étude High intelligence: A risk factor for psychological and physiological overexcitabilities . Mal
blog post in No Food for Thought Favorite predatory videos Smart cat Weird acrocat [https://www.facebook.com/david.sobra/videos/10155129938212248/|Smart predat
blog post in No Food for Thought Favorite xkcd comics Citogenesis Sustainability
blog post in No Food for Thought Meta-debate Larry Wall wrote: We all agree on the necessity of compromise. We just can't agree on when it's necessary to compromise.
blog post in No Food for Thought Meta-discrimination Many forms of discrimination have already been tackled. And the war against discrimination continues, with [https://news.slashdot.org/story/18/09/12/2029229/some-students-say-having-to-speak-in-front-
blog post in No Food for Thought More is less and preMEGAditated Pringles marketing {REMARKSBOX(type="warning" title="Keep Calm and Remain Seated with a Pack of Chips")} No Food for Thought makes an exception today to cover an important food topic. No worries though, we'll be ba
blog post in No Food for Thought Penguin euthanasia - A villain idea Man is born with a number of potential emotions - affection, pride, passion, hope - some of them negative - jealousy, hatred, etc. Maturity helps him control his emotions. But maturation never complet
blog post in No Food for Thought Smart Indian mechanics nail profitable ways to slow down climate change... ...as well as many vehicles circulating in these streets of Bangalore. In fact, their solution completely stops many vehicles on the streets which benefit from their ecological treatment. Unfortuna
blog post in No Food for Thought The cost of quality / La prise de qualité Francophones are used to poor translations . In the end, quality is costly. But crappy can be equally costly: {img type="fileId" fileId="52" r
blog post in No Food for Thought Transition to the SI - A matter of numerous Ms-s {QUOTE(replyto="##php")} (19:32:13) chealer: so if I consider that PHP's 0 ds should be 1 ds, then that proves my understanding that it's not the DB which adds that extra second. (19:33:33) Literpho
blog post in No Food for Thought Unintentionally coined terms This week our network was hit by the Osiris ransomware. Ransomware is a huge waste of time, but perhaps not as much as the term I unintentionally coined today: randomware . I still have to refle