Oh my goodness I've just learned a thing about The Matrix that causes it to make a lot more sense: In the original script the humans were used as neural network compute clusters by the Machines and as a crucial component of The Matrix itself.
Which is why humans who were aware of the simulation could control aspects of The Matrix - their minds were part of its foundation.
Unfortunately the test audiences had trouble understanding this concept so the studio changed the human role to "batteries".
I have this one repo at work that I have a *lot* of branches for, and I'm terrible at cleaning them up when I'm done with them
listing them by alphabetical order is almost useless, if I don't remember the branch name then there are just too many to remember which one I want
so I learned about `--sort`, now I can see which branches I've committed to most recently:
`git branch --sort='-committerdate'`
I'm not a sleep scientist, but I've recently read a book by Matthew Walker who runs Harvard's sleep research laboratory and I wanted to share a whole bunch of important, useful and interesting details about sleep.
What is it, what it isn't, why is it important and how it affects us.
If you're interested in more about sleep, read Matthew Walker's book: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Why_We_Sleep
It's really readable, is fascinating, scary, interesting and I think the only book on the planet that considers it a success if it puts you to sleep.
If you'd like to ask something that I might know the answer to, feel free - I'd be happy to try and reply. Perhaps the next day, as I'll soon head to get my own 8 hours of sleep.
J’aime pas cette nouvelle tendance à mettre tous les tutos au format vidéo:
- C’est lourd
- C’est lent
- C’est contraignant pour ceux qui sont sur des wifi publics
- C’est hyper pas pratique pour retrouver un sous item intéressant sous la masse d’infos.
Rien ne vaut le texte. Si tu veux être hype mets une image, allez je te passe même le gif 😒
Franchement arrêtez c’est super relou
Hey everyone! #introduction
I love watching loads of #cartoons like Steven Universe, Gravity Falls, etc.
And of course, #boardgames hold a special place in my heart. I love #videogames as well, but the imagination aspect is what keeps me coming back. Currently, I DM a #D&D 5e game and it's always tons of fun!
Can't wait to see what everyone's up to around here! 😀
Here is one of my favorite tracks from the (now defunct) Wildstar game, that I love.
The whole soundtrack is stunning, and I love that the composer dared putting that kind of a solo #cello piece in there.
"Every time you write code or introduce third-party services, you are introducing the possibility of failure into your system. I have far more faith in xargs than I do in Hadoop." http://widgetsandshit.com/teddziuba/2010/10/taco-bell-programming.html (/via @affanzbasalamah) #TacoBellProgramming
Voilà un touitte de l'ANRT qui annonce qu'Unicode a été complété des caractères nécessaires à 4 autres graphies qui n'y étaient pas encore, pour atteindre le total (fort honorable) de 150 graphies.
L'occasion de vous faire un petit fil pour parler typographie (et jouer les vieux cons).
Parlons donc d'Unicode.
Toxic masculinity. Does that mean all masculinity is bad? No! Not at all.
This comic explains it fairly well. The term Toxic Masculinity is from Social Sciences, to help explain certain problems in the current image of Masculinity, which hurts both men and women.
CHICKEN #Scheme core developer.
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