This video makes me reflect on what creativity means … on adulthood itself. It's easy to shrug off talkative children for their whimsy, but kids can have some brilliant insights on the things we take for granted. In The Beginning [vimeo.com]
@globalmoxie From where I live, I have no frame of reference for how people behave in NY, but that article sounds quite exaggerated. Is it really as bad as described? I just can't fathom how the phone has expanded time people _CAN_ spend in restaurants.
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"… then Swift might be a surprisingly important language and could improve the programming discipline because programmers would have to learn functional programming to develop on a very popular platform.” — Rob Napier [robnapier.net]
Rob Napier makes a lot great points [robnapier.net]: "My hope is that Swift will incorporate more functional features over time. `if` and `switch` should return values. … Functions should accept a “tail recursive” attribute with mandatory tail-call optimization.” (1/2)