Built a deep learning machine for a friend. Now wishing I had the money to build an identical one for myself.
The unique thing about this one is that he only uses foss so cuda was out so I ended up doing an all amd build.
I have to say this vega56 is not too shabby for $300 and installing everything was much less frustrating than using nvidia.
I don't like Rust. Please stop asking my why sway isn't written in it and acting like it's the most obvious thing in the world that it should be
terminal software is lindy: grep, curl, sed, the list goes on... Only gui examples I can think of is excel and word?
Achieving anything in life nowadays is 5% talent, 5% hard work and 90% not being distracted by the Internet.
map (chr . (+1) . ord) "mob"
Mostly working now. Used my cal for the first time today. One thing I implemented that I think I like is that you're not bound to making timeblocks on arbitrary 15-30 minute boundaries. 5 minutes boundaries have less wasted time.
native apps will make a comeback once people realize that computers aren't getting faster, and the web is getting more bloated every day
Added edit mode to viscal, a timeblocking calendar I'm working on. Can edit timeblocks now.
xonsh is pretty cool. it's like if bash and python had a child.
how much am I going to regret this
or more generally: a central computer for the house with many light clients with direct access.