Frankly, it’s fucking amazing how much Github has exploded in the last 2-3 years. But stories like theirs fly WAY under the radar.
Suddenly, I’ve forgotten all the things I was planning on doing today after the exam. Can’t think of a single one.
3 more to go #finalexams
Third cup of coffee. I’ve realized eating/drinking is my comfort activity; when I’m extra nervous or anxious. #examtomorrow
I seriously want to bitch about DotA 2’s UI and how wrong it is. But bitching about things isn’t my thing. #ihatemyself
Whole new set of game mechanics, strategies, game balance and an amazing summer to look forward to. #Diablo
Spent the last 3 hours going over #Diablo lore and watching Blizzcon panels. The game is really growing on me.
In case you didn’t know, time to Diablo 3’s launch: http://t.co/UVlDVyPs
If you’re a terminal warrior (or a wannabe terminal warrior), you should do this: http://t.co/xcYO9hHl
First day of a new term after the easter breaks and the fire alarm goes off.
Hate morning exams. Always scared I won’t wake up. But anyway …
One down, five to go.
We’re 4 days from Avengers Assemble? http://t.co/z4zPdHT6
Did something I haven’t done in 3 years: create notes.
Pretty sure Kimi settled into 2nd after pits. Last race still too fresh. #F1
BBC being so English right now; #F1 commentary being regularly interrupted by updates from ManU/Everton match.
So why do we say “promise” the way we do when we say “compromise” the way we do?
One unintended “that’s cool” side-effect of my Github notifier is now I can tell exactly when certain developers start their day.
@ankurb Why don’t we see any pictures from your travels? One would think photography is a natural and logical hobby of a traveller.
I click on every “10 keyboard shortcuts you didn’t know” link that comes my way, hoping to learn something new, only to be disappointed.
@ankurb So no urbandictionary this time? The double standards …
@ankurb Bitch please. I’m walking with a swag only people who’ve finished their final year projects can walk with.
Newest subscription: Wynn Netherland http://t.co/e6uOkPWC
“Full stack web creative”
I’m so using the description as my one-line bio from now on.
Spent a whole day upright. I feel like my neck is going to fall off.
I would pay good money — and probably follow the schedule better — if someone did that for me.
Maybe making schedules for people (having researched and understood what’s important for them at a given time) to follow should be a job.
@SwaroopH If you tell me that ugly watch is worth $115, I’ll buy it.
Interesting set of comments on Light Table’s Kickstarter link on HN: http://t.co/ZQVIBXrV
(Not a backer, yet.)
I suck at sleeping.
The sauce is good enough, I suppose: http://t.co/lm4d76Cy
Rehearsing a conversation I hope to never have.
There should be a Github repo setting where if you’ve not offered a pull request, you don’t get to make issues.
@ankurb Except it wasn’t that. I’m a little disappointed, actually.
So yesterday I found out that my IQ is 133 on a standard deviation that puts MENSA level at 160. #sigh
@rungta Sure thing.
@jsfiddle Could you put in some sort of localStorage magic so that we don’t lose unsaved code if we accidentally refresh the page?
@rungta But in any case, it’s a mild niggle. I don’t expect others to share my anal retentiveness; the site is fine as it is tbh.
I’ve got a new Twitter account you can follow if you think Twitter account > RSS feed:
(I’ll retweet the good stuff anyway)
@rungta I’ve solved this problem before, but it’s hard to explain remotely. Let me see if I can cook up a demo solution for you.
@rungta Yep; works beautifully when I do that.
@rungta Let the browser natively scroll each panel (look at Facebook’s lightbox), instead of doing it with JS. That’ll take off a big load.
@rungta Mid ’08 MBP. Quick console inspection tells me you’re probably using a ‘scroll’ event handler to change margins? Not a good idea.
I think the problem is that people want email to be like project management when it’s more of a verbose notification system.
@xAbhishek Many shades of border-right what?
I’m signing up for a service that handles e-mail in a new way using a form that doesn’t accept Return to submit. *sigh*
Discovered these guys yesterday; Seeing a lot of potential here ~ Song for the day: http://t.co/9HGJbB47
Austin Kleon’s Sketchbook ~ http://t.co/KTdaaE5w
I owe the fact that I’ll live to see my 24th birthday (I’m assuming, ofc) to the invention of the microwave oven.
Thank you, whoever!
Oh well. #f1
Next summer’s blockbuster gaming title: http://t.co/845b0APf
Here, go crazy with it ~ http://t.co/Wyhoiav1
Everything we do is an experiment; at the end of which we come out a little more knowledgeable.
And then we move on to our next one.
Last year I had this idea of documenting every name of every person on Earth ever, then seeing how many of each there are. Then I got lazy.
Saving this for every ex I run into from now on. http://t.co/tCIS4rvz
If I have to, I’ll sell everything I have before I die to buy an original Les Paul just so I can say I had one. Idk who’ll listen though.
Song for the day ~ http://t.co/U25Dlnv6
After 2 years, I’ve finally deleted HoN with no intentions of re-installing.
Now, someone get me DotA 2 key?
@ap00rv Actually, you’re an Applefag if your brain autocompletes it with Marker Felt. (If you can figure out why, you’ll see what I mean.)
In other news, I started and finished watching “Firefly” over the last two days. Pretty scumbag-ish of Fox to cancel it so quickly.
I suppose It’s good for quick prototypes or when the back-end doesn’t really matter. But what about growth?
4chan ~ http://t.co/l3ndL3TZ
Adding anticipated movies to the list of things I don’t want to know about from blogs until I can see/buy/get it for myself.
I’m watching more repositories on Github than I’m following people on Twitter.
What does that tell you?
It’s ridiculous that in about 2-3 months, we’ll have a new iPhone. Where did a whole year disappear?
@Vulturo I’m already the most Google friendly Aditya Mukherjee thanks to my domain, but it, like my name, is too damn long.
I hate how everybody’s name ends in TLD-compatible letters except mine.
Does every Octopress blog look the exact same? #wtf
So these are kinda cool. http://t.co/RpfmBAX7
When I see people argue about programming languages, I see this: http://t.co/X12oIJXU
I guess it’s time for a haircut when I wake up looking like a Dragonball Z character.
If you cannot say anything good about something you hate, or anything bad about something you love, you are not rational about the subject.
Have this on in the background, and everything you do will be epic: Song for the day ~ http://t.co/PqQAqyvn
@codelust s/twitter/the internetz/
“Dead Letters” was and still is ridiculously radio friendly. I wonder what happened to The Rasmus.
@eknath Nope. I’ll be back in India that time; term end summer vacations.
It doesn’t matter which company’s milk you buy if you remember that all milk comes from cows. (Don’t give me that “but goats” crap.)
@eknath Man will you have trouble talking to me if we ever meet.
I’m waiting for a few years where every conversation will be a passing of Youtube links back and forth.
I don’t know if it’s just me, but the domain name http://t.co/18HX7mKY makes the owner sound like a really, really small organization.
@eknath Malformed ID. C’mon now, what is this, 2008?
I checked myself for this new Mac trojan-thing, and then immediately felt stupid for doing so. #gottahavefaith
I’m probably the first of a whole new category of people: the good-enough over achiever.
On What People Want
Must make it a point to remember this at all times.
Song for the day ~ This guy is one of the weirdest normal people alive, but man his music is something else: http://t.co/fGA6LimS
Darth Vader being a smartass ~ http://t.co/TntDc1hp
@arjunghosh Yep. Well, Gurgaon, but you know.
@arjunghosh Around the end of June if everything goes according to plan.
@arjunghosh Still in the UK. Graduation year, so pretty busy with things.
And just as a cherry on top, best Reddit thread ever: http://t.co/THGeBc2T
Comics to Movies, and Back to Comics Again
Entertainment is all fun and good, but we’re losing the real essence here.
Saw “Wanted” again, and even though it’s cheesy and over-the-top as hell, I like the story.
Have I SFTD’d this before? ~ Song for the day: http://t.co/ZC4PjPTO
@codelust Who cares about good reporting when good enough is enough.
@codelust didn’t your mother teach you that extremes and generalisations are bad?
Woke up today with this scene in my head. http://t.co/GjoKV6WR
I have the strangest university proxy ever. Stuff doesn’t work on my Mac, but same connection shared over wifi and stuff works on my phone.
It’s when I start adding “FFS” to my reminders that I know I really must get it done soon.
“… because, Master Bruce, some people just want to watch the world burn.” http://t.co/CvA1PXit
I hate it when people let domain names expire. It’s like a part of the Internet that just disappears like it never existed.
Don’t explain what you mean unless asked. By doing so you’re telling me that you think I’m too stupid to understand what you said.
So, this happened. http://t.co/GQDNfvpL
@codelust Ha, nice. It’s the same chord structure/timing as “With or Without You”.
Something from my younger days ~ Song for the day: http://t.co/38SUrvZf
The Legend of the Speedo Guy ~ http://t.co/MKFCudd0
If guns don’t kill people … http://t.co/KN5dQlHp
I accidentally no coffee.
Svbtle for Wordpress (admin/blog theme): http://t.co/FM8ORHpK It’s interesting for getting ideas out and in writing. Not for full publishing
@artagnon Only for American accents. I’ve seen some ridiculous captions even for British videos.
@codelust I don’t think they can make the transition smooth for slower connections. I never liked the resolution change on expand anyway.
I like how Youtube videos don’t stop anymore when you full-screen-ize them because it’s changing resolutions. Pretty nice.
This is nuts! http://t.co/6qclUgkZ
First Person Shooter realities: http://t.co/9F8P9eie
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