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remino
    You know there's something wrong with Ember when getting into an argument with its creator is easier than to get it to work. (And me, I guess, because I'm far from being a diplomat.)
    0xmf
      @keita yes, I agree. Anyway, this is more about human nature than a tech/political/social/finance/whatever problem.
      0xmf
        @keita well they'll go after him coz he's disruptive and that threatens them. Bitcoin effectively takes away central governance so lots of people who are rich and powerful now, might not be so in the long run should bitcoin become mainstream.
        0xmf
          @keita big banks and big finance; anything big in the financial, political, legal sector.
          0xmf
            So, no. I am not happy with the present font. It will change. The thing is: I do not know when.
            0xmf
              Font. I've got to have a font I like. Knowing me, this might take a while: a looonng while; even after I think I got a font, I'll change it (soon). Ah my fussiness for these details bothers me but once happy, I stick to such for a long time. That and css?
              0xmf
                @mlv I get you, which is why I decided to learn Ruby from good books (The Ruby Way, Eloquent Ruby, Effective Ruby). Ruby offers the simplicity of bash with OO concepts. I like its DRY approach to pretty much everything. Can be problematic but I'm ok so far
                0xmf
                  Realize pushing daily contribs to my dotfiles repo can seem like watching grass grow, yet doing so taught me more about git than anything else. I could transition from a git noob into someone who can spell git. Happy with my GH dotfiles as an online backup
                  0xmf
                    Yesterday, May 2, was day 123 in a leap year. I knew that because, thanks to GitHub it keeps track, of my daily contributions to both public and private (yes, I have some private) repos. In case you're wondering, private repos are great for pushing the -f
                    0xmf
                      It's strange seeing me write this, yet it's true: I'm slowly warming up and liking GitHub; no, not for it's social part of which I am yet clueless (thankfully). GH integrates with my thinking about content management effortlessly and efficiently thx to git
                      doctorlinguist
                        view from the N5X: http://www.floodgap.com/iv/2900 married today and forever after
                        goldenskye
                          married today and forever after Image [photos.app.net]
                          0xmf
                            @mlv nah, nanoc is a static site generator written in Ruby.
                            0xmf
                              nanoc is turning out to be nice, so far.
                              0xmf
                                @echodunk he mentioned Sanders a couple of times, and all good ones. I got a sense he had been sharpening each of those lines on all the candidates for a long time prior.
                                0xmf
                                  Obama's speech at the 2016 WHCD was sharp, funny, and sweet. He still has impeccable timing, context, and delivery; if anything I found him better now than 8yrs ago. Loved his take on all the candidates.
                                  0xmf
                                    Bitcoin creator, Craig Wright, in his own words verifying himself as Satoshi Nakamoto [www.drcraigwright.net].
                                    0xmf
                                      One way to avoid redoing a tutorial I went through, a long time back, would be to keep using said product everyday, I guess. said product == nanoc in this case. Now, shush! :)