operating on 3 hours of sleep is not fun fyi

running a command and having the output displayed as soon as you hit ENTER hits different when you're used to emacs turtling on Windooze.

just serve YouTube embeds instead lmao, literally the idea behind Masada.

doing stuff like music, art, and programming. you get the musicians, artists, programmers circles, but you'll never truly feel you belong to any one of those groups.

formally known as the impostor syndrome, colloquially known as the sussy sus syndrome

in order to escape j*v*scr'pt, I will now proceed to learn Go

the more anonymous you are the easier it is to express your thoughts.

while this blog isn't exactly anonymous, it's nice to spare my followers on Twitter the incessant shit I keep spouting day after day.

how the hell do people even keep journal inside proprietary apps like Evernote, Notion and the likes. if they can read your private thoughts, they're definitely doing it.

going through badly written tutorials that don't give you the big picture really makes you appreciate guided courses

would love to see a Reddit or a Twitter browser extension where you can see an equal amount of posts from the people you follow.

the current problem, for example, on Reddit is that some subreddits have hundreds of thousands of users flooding your timeline, pushing away any smaller subreddits you follow into obscurity. you can follow 10 small communities along with 1 large one and the latter will almost always drown out everything else. i'd love to limit the posts from the large subreddit on my timeline, only show like 10 posts or something; this way, every subreddit I follow, small or big, has enough space on my feed, I can quickly glance at it and keep up with the latest posts instead of scrolling away a bunch of posts from the large sub to get to the smaller subs.

I just want to keep up with everyone man, some people do great stuff but man are they a deluge upon my browsing life.