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Cognate is a small dynamic quasi-concatenative language for functional programming. Cognate aims to express complex programs in a simple and readable way through its unique syntax, which emphasises embedding comments into statements. This makes programs very readable and helps a programmer better express their intentions.
Since I'm a deeply demented man with a lot of free time on my hands, I decided to expand a bit on the subject - if only to give myself a chance of brushing up on my own very rudimentary COBOL knowledge.
A list of things that were not supposed to be Turing-complete, but are.
An overview of Holy C, the programming language for Temple OS.
Now and again I go back to looking at the Damn Small Linux website. I never tried it but I absolutely love the idea. It was a desktop OS at only 50 MB, meant to include everything you may need on a daily basis. Of course it had to go with small scale versions for most things, but it packed no less than three different web browsers, two window managers, word processor, spreadsheet editor, pdf reader, and more. Wow!
HOT DOG Linux uses a custom lightweight Objective-C foundation on top of the GCC Objective-C runtime. The style of Objective-C is completely different from the one Apple uses, everything is basically id.
By design, Unicode is not supported.
Low DPI displays are preferred, since the graphics are bitmapped and fixed in size. The preferred aspect ratio for HOT DOG Linux is 5:4 in landscape, and 3:4 in portrait.
Dusk OS is a 32-bit Forth and big brother to Collapse OS. It does everything Collapse OS does, has the same laser sharp focus on simplicity, but has a widened scope
A small operating system
Here's a language that gives near-C performance that feels like Python or Ruby with optional type annotations (that you can feed to one of two static analysis tools) that has good support for macros plus decent-ish support for FP, plus a lot more. What's not to like? I'm mostly not going to talk about how great Julia is, though, because you can find plenty of blog posts that do that all over the internet.
Some reasons. They have not convinced me to care enough to enable it.
Psychologically, hoarding behaviour is rooted in fear, particularly of deprivation, or uncontrolled change, perhaps with unresolved loss or attachment to old patterns as a deeper cause. Hoarders can't move on. They cannot select what to throw out, because their value judgements are disrupted.
List of hackerspaces in Russia.
Эргогавань — какая-то российская организация про клавиатуры. Надо разобраться
This page provides four different readability algorithms, implemented using the Open Source Markdown Editor Zettlr.
linkhut is an open source social bookmarking website.
The real problem with Internet addiction is that you know when you connect to it, often to check something particular, finding yourself two or three hours later without having accomplished anything but jumping from seemingly interesting links to catchy videos. Your brain is fed with low-quality content which has (mostly negative) impacts on your thoughts, your well-being, your mood, your productivity and your self-esteem.
Software like #Offpunk may help here by allowing you to never be directly connected to the Internet. You don’t use your computer while it is connected to the Internet. This means that you only consume content on your own computer, without being tempted to check if there’s anything new. Replying to a specific email doesn’t force you to see that new emails just arrived.
Besides the "offline" command, the "tour" feature of Offpunk forces you to read new contents in a linear fashion. And when you get to the end of it, Offpunk will tell you explicitly that this is the "end of tour". Yep, there’s nothing more to procrastinate on your computer. Move your ass and do something. The command line aspect allows you not to be distracted by the design and to be mindful about what you want to do. You need to type a command, you can’t click mindlessly.
fun fact: pleroma was called 'wired' when i started writing it, i changed it because it would been impossible to find in a search engine
Mastodon and Pleroma support four settings for post visibility. These are public, friends only, unlisted and direct messages. What actually happens when you use those settings? The only thing they will change are the to and cc fields of the created activity and object. Your server will federate the post to other servers depending on those fields, and hopes the other server respects this. There is no technological guarantee for this, though. A malicious server could leak all the data it receives. This includes posts to friends and direct messages.
Pleroma creator's blog.
Unfortunately, in my opinion, those incredible storage engines — some of the finest pieces of systems engineering available to us — are hidden behind what I find to be a very frustrating interface. Let’s look at what I dislike about SQL.
При создании изображений в старых книгах использовали аналоговые методы редактирования и склейки изображений!
TabFS is a browser extension that mounts your browser tabs as a filesystem on your computer.