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  • Composing state machines

    After reflecting on my “lerp list” project, I conclude these are not d ranges, or any other model of iterator for that matter. I always knew I abused the interface; but I think my ideas on the subject have cystlized on the matter, I often make state machines and while community interfaces are nice, honestly truely wonderful I do just eventually learn the names, I want to make things that just won’t fit.

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  • playing with dimensions

    So, a while ago I made a little demo of a 5d space “game”. I’m pretty sure it would be a dead-end, “warheads” that lovely game that I found in a bargain bin for 1$ as a child isn’t exactly well known, turn-based space combat with destructive planets didn’t exactly stick, and 5d chess failed to communicate how it appended the rules to people to any practical degree.

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  • Community Gui Interface

    So, D has ranges, I feel this is among its strongest traits that worked, despite giving zero fucks about the actual std.ranges.interfaces. “Why”? Well, the main reason is it works as a solid landmark for a naming scheme for duck typing, you can write your bonkers data structure, and when you go to name the first element, and you pick front and not: head, Front, FrOnT, start, next, _front, e, or EnterprizeGradeHeadOfIntQue, when you go and copy and paste an algorithm code to fit with your data structure code it has a chance it just magically works, and a more realistic chance you go make an ugly hack to make a compile error go away and write a unit test with your finger crossed.

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  • custom libs in d

    I’ve been wanting it for a while but no one ever talked about how to set up, so I assumed it would be hard and kept putting it off. It aint; it makes a near pointless file in home but… ok I’ve been writting alot of d. In your home copy and paste this file:

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  • adventures in programming

    So I needed an infographic tool and for some reason, I forgot to assume everyone else was an idiot and only pieces of shit existed. Was quite a mistake open office is bloated as all hell and when you use it for this is slows down further and further; until it was 30 seconds to process a single action by the end.

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  • My Rituals

    I believe the modern world has inadequate myth and that at least some people are wildly dependent on myth to function at a basic level, that includes me, Jordan Peterson, Lovecraft, and maybe Mythologos. I wish society provided me with more and more intense rituals and that I had access to atheistic ones.

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  • debate site

    Ceasefire.net disappeared a while ago, less wrong banned me after 2 posts… I’m in need of a debate site. I think you need 3 main things: No bullshit karma system, making inarticulated disagreement invisible and therefore irrelevant Moderation that cares only about prevent personal attacks UI/design that supports long-form “quote response” discussion

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  • Steno update

    Steno and its consequences have been disastrous for my typing speed. I have written scripts to generate my own finger spelling, sybols, and homophones disabiuation. my original fear that this is over optinized realtime seems verified with how finger spelling and homophones where done. I’m using a layout with 4 mod keys instead 2, but im feeling like 7 should be in my future.

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  • Right of Plausible Evil

    Absolutist gun rights is a belief known to be held in rural America but woefully misunderstood. People call their disagreement with it “common sense” and think I will fall for their wordplay. Or cite gun violence spooky numbers, or supreme court sophisticated opinions, or better yet tell me how big of guns I’d need to overthrow the American state.

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  • invisible pcr dragons

    “A fire-breathing dragon lives in my garage” Suppose (I’m following a group therapy approach by the psychologist Richard Franklin) I seriously make such an assertion to you. Surely you’d want to check it out, see for yourself. There have been innumerable stories of dragons over the centuries, but no real evidence.

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