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| |_) | | | | | (_) | (_| |
| .__/|_| |_|_|\___/ \__, |
|_| ...2017-02-14 |___/
I've had (what I consider) worthwhile remarks to many events today, but my
memory fails me now that I finally sit down to write them down. I have this
tendency to forget stuff when I've treated it enough. A thought out thought is
not as sticky in my mind as the unexamined. Moving on, what's there to say.
An interesting read for anyone interested in computer culture (I prefer that
term to "hacker culture" because my definition is narrower).
Check it out! http://www.catb.org/esr/faqs/things-every-hacker-once-knew/
I totally forgot that I completed the server library, I should rewrite my
gopher-server to use it... Strange how one can forget such things.