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«During the first Jobsian era at #Apple, I used to joke that Steve Jobs cared deeply about Apple customers from the moment they first considered purchasing an Apple computer right up until the time their check cleared the bank. Of course, in later years, the check was replace by a credit card, and check clearance was replaced by the 15-day return period, but Steve’s and Apple’s focus remained the same.» #ux #quote #link https://asktog.com/atc/the-third-user/

(Bruce “Tog” Tognazzini. «During his 14 years at Apple, he designed Apple’s first human interface and wrote eight editions of the Apple Human Interface Guidelines.»)

«During the first Jobsian era at #Apple, I used to joke that Steve Jobs cared deeply about Apple customers from the moment they first considered purchasing an Apple computer right up until the time their check cleared the bank. Of course, in later years, the check was replace by a credit card, and check clearance was replaced by the 15-day return period, but Steve’s and Apple’s focus remained the same.» #ux #quote #link https://asktog.com/atc/the-third-user/

(Bruce “Tog” Tognazzini. «During his 14 years at Apple, he designed Apple’s first human interface and wrote eight editions of the Apple Human Interface Guidelines.»)

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Внезапно обнаружил https://nitter.net/, который позволяет разумно читать твиттер; разница особенно заметна на мобиле. Преобразование просто: e.g. twitter.com/squadette → https://nitter.net/squadette; оттуда же доступен RSS. #nifty #link

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Заодно перечитал свой твиттер, который я когда-то на пробу завёл; нашёл два стоящих поста. (1) «Реализуется 1% от задуманного. Чтобы он был заметен, задуманное должно быть колоссальным.» (2) «Discounts found to follow hyperbolic geometry and thus to add up as velocities in special relativity. Billing at Yandex is a fun place to work at.»

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^ вот прямо сейчас это зримо не единственный вариант. а так-то ничто не вечно. надеюсь, и твиттер в его нынешнем виде постепенно исчезнет.

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Use to improve your #website #authority and #backlink profile: Lost #Link #Recovery #Competitor #backlink #audit Relation #building http://www.prowessgroups.com/digital-marketing-course.php #digitalmarketing #seo #backlinks #Optimization #training #Course

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I find this honest, disturbing, and important:
«YouTube may terminate your access, or your Google account’s access to all or part of the Service if YouTube believes, in its sole discretion, that provision of the Service to you is no longer commercially viable.»
If you stop to be a profitable product, the free-as-in-beer service may be denied to you, because it just, like, makes sense.
#internet #link https://www.youtube.com/t/terms?preview=20191210#ae7e8c059d

I find this honest, disturbing, and important:
«YouTube may terminate your access, or your Google account’s access to all or part of the Service if YouTube believes, in its sole discretion, that provision of the Service to you is no longer commercially viable.»
If you stop to be a profitable product, the free-as-in-beer service may be denied to you, because it just, like, makes sense.
#internet #link https://www.youtube.com/t/terms?preview=20191210#ae7e8c059d

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This is why I have Youtube Premium. Now I consider to start buying GMail (as "google apps"), and maybe eventually stop using Photos.

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Я вот помню, как в нулевых, когда было популярно слово “мастдай”, все ждали, что сейчас M$, как его тогда называли, запрёт пользовательские данные под замок и перейдёт на почасовую оплату с дифференциацией по функциям. Так, похоже, и выходит, но только не у MS.

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That's how you do a startup elevator pitch: «One of the startup ideas I've had is to modernize death» #bizarre #mot #link https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=21484127

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MS collect suspicious binaries from machines running Windows and then run them inside MS to analyze their behavior. «It is quite common that even in isolated environments, many of the Microsoft IP address ranges are whitelisted to make sure systems will stay up to date» + «Make your spyware collect & encrypt data into a (new and unknown) binary and execute it, relying on the fact that Microsoft will exfiltrate it for you. When that binary itself is run (within MS' premises) it will then reach out to you with its embedded data.» #security #link https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=21180019

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Hey, it's a rather notable event: RMS resigns from the FSF office. https://www.fsf.org/news/richard-m-stallman-resigns + https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20990583 #link

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The (trivial) conclusion: if you are a public figure, you may not touch the American religion, which quite Christian by now, but in many is as strong as in the Mayflower days.

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«RMS was pointing out inaccuracies in how a deceased colleague who was being accused of a heinous crime might simply have slept with a prostitute, if at all (which turns out probably wasn't the case).» [As I said, touching in any way any religious topic, such as "sex before legal age", is taboo. No matter that the age of consent varies state to state. Not worse than prosecuting teenagers for owning nude pictures of _themselves_ on their phones.]

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Funny stats on programming languages desired by employers, from a recruiting company: https://hired.com/blog/candidates/data-reveals-hottest-coding-languages/ #programming #link

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No wonder that Cobol, I mean, Golang, tops the list. Typescript is no surprise either. I find it funny how Scala and Ruby are well above Python and Java, and Kotlin is on par with Python.

 ‎· 9000
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@9000: испоганили нашу скалку, а раньше-то кормилица была :)

 ‎· High carbon low life 2
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^ ерланг и еликсир в помощь! И там, не знаю, пони.

 ‎· 9000
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@9000: ну вот, уже.

 ‎· High carbon low life 1
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An obvious #monetization policy for the Library of Babel suggested: «When you can take a few stanzas and say you OWN that music, could someone not just use a computer to generate every possible sequence of notes, slap a copyright on it, and own all future music?» #copyright #link https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20800406

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«In the growth period, investing ... is totally rational if it helps improve growth and quality of life now, given that repaying that debt will be easy later. But once #growth slows down, our expectations of #progress must also wane. This is hard for many people to accept because they think that past growth was paid for with past success, when the reality is that it was paid for with current success.» #quote #link https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20678552

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если ты понимаешь эту мысль, объясни мне ее простыми словами, пожалуйста

 ‎· нишево влиять 1
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@random: Да, это просто ловкая формула описания несложного cognitive bias.

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К тредам про демократию и самоуправление я позволю себе процитировать себя же в треде на HN:

«The entire Switzerland's population is 8.5M, about the size of 5 boroughs of New York City. They have twenty six cantons, all with severely different policies, and 2222 municipalities. Of course most voting occurs at municipal level, then cantonal level. To my mind, nowhere in the world any larger state managed to get to the "level of democracy" which is possible and has been demonstrably achieved at smaller scales.»

#link https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=18877447#18877976

К тредам про демократию и самоуправление я позволю себе процитировать себя же в треде на HN:

«The entire Switzerland's population is 8.5M, about the size of 5 boroughs of New York City. They have twenty six cantons, all with severely different policies, and 2222 municipalities. Of course most voting occurs at municipal level, then cantonal level. To my mind, nowhere in the world any larger state managed to get to the "level of democracy" which is possible and has been demonstrably achieved at smaller scales.»

#link https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=18877447#18877976

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Проблема демократии, или вообще серьёзного влияния "простых людей" на большие решения в больших странах, кмк, не решена нигде в мире, хотя много где изо всех сил стараются сделать вид. Возможно, решение этой проблемы будет такой же супер-технологией, как преодоление числа Данбара в организации групп, которое, кмк, вывело человека из группы других гоминид и привела к господству над макроскопической биосферой.

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@vinsentru: Именно: на местном уровне шансы что-то сделать ненулевые, чем ниже, тем лучше шансы. Если есть время и энергия на это, то надо пользоваться, или хотя бы голосовать за наименее ужасного депутата в горсовет.

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«CommonCrawl already indexes the top 3B+ pages on the web and makes it freely available on AWS. It costs about $50 to grep over it, $800 or so to run a moderately complex Hadoop job.» #link https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20442044
Consumer-grade cloud is not cheap.

«CommonCrawl already indexes the top 3B+ pages on the web and makes it freely available on AWS. It costs about $50 to grep over it, $800 or so to run a moderately complex Hadoop job.» #link https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20442044
Consumer-grade cloud is not cheap.

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This is how to love your job: «My day jobs is RTL design, doing digital circuits, and my top 1 niche recommendation is MHRD, "a game in which you design various hardware circuits in a hardware description language."» #link https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20427421

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This is illustrative of many engineers, musicians, entrepreneurs I've seen.

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«And in fact, when WSL 2 is enabled, both Windows AND Linux are running in the same type of VM (separate, obviously)» Looks much like some mainframes to me. #link https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20309751

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Go plans to introduce `try` operator: https://github.com/golang/go/issues/32437#issue-452239211
`y = try(f(x))` assigns f(x) to y if it is not an error, or returns the error that f(x) produced from the enclosing function. A great design: it achieves the same as proper monadic Either/Result would, without breaking backwards compatibility.
#golang_school_of_success #avoid_math_at_all_costs. #link

Go plans to introduce `try` operator: https://github.com/golang/go/issues/32437#issue-452239211
`y = try(f(x))` assigns f(x) to y if it is not an error, or returns the error that f(x) produced from the enclosing function. A great design: it achieves the same as proper monadic Either/Result would, without breaking backwards compatibility.
#golang_school_of_success #avoid_math_at_all_costs. #link

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Аааа

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Что-то мне в этом месте лотусовые @-функции мерещятся. На полном автомате же писал localvar=somecall; @if(@iserror(localvar); "хуйня случилась"; localvar)

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For a bit more enjoyment for us armchair-riding experts, a more traditional and less ephemeral aircraft. The funny bits: it's allegedly designed to fly up to 65000 ft (20 km) high, and is powered by a kerosene-fed diesel motor. Was never flown yet, though. #aircraft #link https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/28409/the-mysterious-and-potentially-revolutionary-celera-500l-aircraft-may-fly-soon

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Pusher engined aircrafts are notorious for overheating. They were tried numerous times during ww2 and around, but the issue was never solved. Still looks cool though

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Live action version of

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The HN thread (https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20129833) mentions another funny pusher: http://synergyaircraft.com/

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^^^ you meant to say "looks hot", didn't you?

 ‎· кружок татарских лайфхаков 5
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My favoride diesel is still Napier Deltic. It's not aero - but it's predecessor, Jumo 204, is

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Кажется, в этой чеканной формуле, «отдыхать страшно» (/asternaks/2319782#c22571865, by @dixi), содержатся как причины гипер-производительности, так и понятных проблем разного сорта. #mot #link

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Если б я был исследователем в соответствующей области, рассмотрение отношения к отдыху и того, как люди понимают отдых, и корреляция этого с социо-экономическим статусом, было бы очень интересным. Это понятно у религиозных групп, для которых "бездельничать" — грех по разным другим причинам; гораздо любопытнее корни подобного у секулярных, светски хорошо образованных людей.

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как минимум - это неумение нормально регулярно расслабляться и отдыхать. в школе этому не учат. а в ссср это, понятное дело, было обществено порицаемым грехом. "не позволяй душе лениться", как писал один советский поэт-некромант, и всё такое.

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@dixi: "отдых это смена деятельности".

 ‎· Glory to Mankind 5
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@dixi: ну Заболоцкого-то за что. Я это стихотворение понимала всегда в христианском смысле. Не тело должно трудиться - а душа (которая как раз совершенно спит пока мы впахиваем над своими тудулистами). То есть как раз держи ум во аде и думай о смерти, а не о сраных дневных KPI. Схожу сегодня вечером погуглю - неужели я идиот

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This beauty is shorter than A350, but has the same wingspan, number of passengers, and cargo capacity. Should consume 20% less fuel. #aircraft #link https://www.tudelft.nl/en/2019/tu-delft/klm-and-tu-delft-join-forces-to-make-aviation-more-sustainable/

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«A flying scale model and a full-size section of the interior of the Flying-V will be officially presented at the KLM Experience Days at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol in October» I wonder if a life-size protoype of the design will ever be built.

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I haven't seen anything more uglier than this for a while.

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A diff tool for Excel (xslx) files, with git integration: #useful #software #link http://programmaticallyspeaking.com/git-diffing-excel-files.html

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It's happening:
«Google is standing firm on Chrome’s ad blocking changes, sharing that current ad blocking capabilities will be restricted to enterprise users. ...
With the Manifest V3 proposal, Google deprecates the webRequest API’s ability to block a particular request before it’s loaded. ...
Google is essentially saying that Chrome will still have the capability to block unwanted content, but this will be restricted to only paid, enterprise users of Chrome.»
#internet #link https://9to5google.com/2019/05/29/chrome-ad-blocking-enterprise-manifest-v3/

It's happening:
«Google is standing firm on Chrome’s ad blocking changes, sharing that current ad blocking capabilities will be restricted to enterprise users. ...
With the Manifest V3 proposal, Google deprecates the webRequest API’s ability to block a particular request before it’s loaded. ...
Google is essentially saying that Chrome will still have the capability to block unwanted content, but this will be restricted to only paid, enterprise users of Chrome.»
#internet #link https://9to5google.com/2019/05/29/chrome-ad-blocking-enterprise-manifest-v3/

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Some info from uBlock Origin rpo: https://github.com/uBlockOrigin/uBlock-issues/issues/338#issuecomment-496009417 Also: «Indeed, almost the entire ad-blocking market is controlled by the company behind Adblock Plus (eyeo GmbH), who has contracts with Google. It appears they also own AdBlock, and uBlock …. Google indirectly controls ABP, but they want the ABP model to apply to all blockers, so that they both get money from non-blocking users as well as from blocking-users. In the perfect world of Google content-blocking does not exist beyond mere visual ad-blocking of the most annoying ads. ABP already allows cookies and network connections, so google still knows everything about those users.» https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20045789

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Основная претензия всё ещё заключается в том, что, цитируя апдейт от 25 мая, "Chrome is deprecating the blocking capabilities of the webRequest API", и переносит соответствующую функциональность в declarativeNetRequest API, у которой верхний предел по правилам составляет на момент написания этого коммента 30000 ( https://developer.chrome.com/extensions/declarativeNetRequest#property-MAX_NUMBER_OF_RULES ), чего, по словам автора юблок ориджин, недостаточно (сейчас используется порядка 90к правил). Когда вот эта вот ситуация, как они обещают, изменится, можно будет о чём-нибудь говорить, а пока нет, все эти апдейты от мая можно, кмк, рассматривать лишь как дэмэдж контрол с общими словами.

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So, if Meltdown was not enough for Intel, here comes #ZombieLoad:
* By exploiting the CPU’s so-called bypass logic on return values of loads, it is possible to leak data across processes, privilege boundaries, Hyperthreads, as well as values that are loaded inside Intel SGX enclaves, and between VMs.
* Code utilizing this exploit works on Windows, Linux, etc., as this is not a software- but a hardware issue.
It is possible to retrieve content that is currently being used by a Hyperthread sibling.
* Even without Hyperthreading, it is possible to leak data out of other protection domains. During experimentation it turned out, that ZombieLoad leaks endure serializing instructions. Such leaks do however work with lower probability and are harder to obtain.
https://www.cyberus-technology.de/posts/2019-05-14-zombieload.html #link #computers

So, if Meltdown was not enough for Intel, here comes #ZombieLoad:
* By exploiting the CPU’s so-called bypass logic on return values of loads, it is possible to leak data across processes, privilege boundaries, Hyperthreads, as well as values that are loaded inside Intel SGX enclaves, and between VMs.
* Code utilizing this exploit works on Windows, Linux, etc., as this is not a software- but a hardware issue.
It is possible to retrieve content that is currently being used by a Hyperthread sibling.
* Even without Hyperthreading, it is possible to leak data out of other protection domains. During experimentation it turned out, that ZombieLoad leaks endure serializing instructions. Such leaks do however work with lower probability and are harder to obtain.
https://www.cyberus-technology.de/posts/2019-05-14-zombieload.html #link #computers

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«So far all versions of all operating systems (Microsoft Windows, Linux, MacOS, BSDs, …). All hypervisors (VMWare, Microsoft HyperV, KVM, Xen, Virtualbox, …). All container solutions (Docker, LXC, OpenVZ, …). Code that uses secure SGX enclaves in order to protect critical data. Affected CPUs: Intel Core and Xeon CPUs. CPUs with Meltdown/L1TF mitigations are affected by fewer variants of this attack. We were unable to reproduce this behavior on non-Intel CPUs and consider it likely that this is an implementation issue affecting only Intel CPUs.»

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(Short INTC, buy AMD!)

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First mitigation appears: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19914917 NetBSD, needs a microcode update and a number of kernel patches, apparently not very complicated.

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Python performance on Apline/musl vs vanilla Linux/glibc vs ClearLinux/glibc (from https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=docker-summer-2018&num=4) — nearly 2x difference. #nargery #link

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Apparent explanations: glibc does platform-dependent optimizations (https://clearlinux.org/blogs/transparent-use-library-packages-optimized-intel-architecture) and Clear Linux adds more (https://clearlinux.org/blogs/boosting-python-profile-guided-platform-specific-optimizations); all via https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19861990

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Винды не хватает

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@walkin: Они server-oriented, но по теме вопроса — да, сравнения с виндой на каких-нибудь тестах с numpy было бы уместным, реалистичный сценарий для интерактивной работы.

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@9000: да чего реалистичного, кто вообще локально питон запускает сейчас? все сидят в жупитерах, который кто-то ушлый поднял в лавке.

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@larhat: for some values of все. наблюдал немало и локального.

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«I met a PHD chemist who spent 30 years developing drugs. Over that period he developed 20,000 APIs. 4 were approved. 1 made it to the market.» — «Sounds like a very fruitful career then.» #quote #link https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19787490

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isn't 1 drug far above the average?

 ‎· пердотвратетль 2
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It is, as quoted.

 ‎· 9000 1
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Что такое: docker hub взломали ещё позавчера, а про закладку пасхальных яиц точно к дате так никто и не пошутил. (#link: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19763413; #computers)

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Но вообще docker — яркий пример успеха того же рода, что MongoDB, npm, MySQL, PHP времён их взрывного роста сразу после появления. В эти времена они представляли собой весьма грубые, приблизительные поделки. Но они позволяли (1) делать то, чего хотело довольно много людей (2) бесплатно и (3, самое главное) с очень небольшим усилием. Человек с минимумом опыта мог взять эту штуку, скопипастить пример, и рраз, получилось. Вот это "как, так просто?", кмк, есть ключевое оружие для захвата нового массового рынка. Все позорные недостатки описанных технологий прощались им за этот эффект. А дальше огни стали стандартом, в первую очередь в головах.

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^^ хождение по путям опасно!

 ‎· кружок татарских лайфхаков 3
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«[In GUIs,] consistency * customizability = 1» #programming #mot #link https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19735933

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for some values of 1

 ‎· мне необходима помощь Сниффа 4
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^ as long as it's constant.

 ‎· 9000 1
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This implies you can't make your GUI consistent while it is zero-customizable which is definitely not true.

 ‎· Сперва допейся! 1
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^ Well, yes, it must be ≤ 1 instead of = 1.

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