RT @Devilish_Design: Ok, it's taken most of the week, isn't pretty and I want my Kitchen table back but It Works!! Microsoft BASIC 1.0 loaded in from paper tape 😀 Still got a little work to do, only seeing half the RAM but that should be an easy fix. https://t.co/yWIP4NbIJS
Please consider writing your hashtags in upper camelcase so screen readers have a chance at figuring them out.
#whyistayonmastodon sounds like an giant undecipherable mess of sounds.
#WhyIStayOnMastodon reads out "Why I Stay On Mastodon" 😄
(Reason #44 I stay here: my previous requests like this have been generally well-received, proving that most people are awesome.)
RT @email@example.com: Here's a list of some situations where The #CacophonyProject tools would prove to be very useful for New Zealand - https://cacophony.org.nz/situations-cacophony-tools-are-useful
#PredatorFreeNZ #predatorfree2050 #pestcontrol
RT @JamesBSumner@twitter.com: Yes, it was me who smuggled a large seabird into the plenary and launched it at the speaker's head with the words "Actually this is more of a cormorant than a question." I am to be considered for possible readmission to the society in 2038, which seems fair.
RT @crazyKiwiClare@twitter.com: Late night presentation writing leads to creative but crazy ideas...See you at iTx tomorrow 3:20am to find out what we are really working on right now. #ITx2018 #iTx #cacophonyDev #predatorfree2050
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org: Today as I was walking home after my run I saw a large lemon rolling down the hill. It kept rolling for about a quarter mile. And now you can see it, too.
RT @email@example.com: New website, new tech blog. Agile Abstractions: Michael Foord. Python training and consulting. "Hello World" https://agileabstractions.com/Hello-World/
RT @sturdyAlex@twitter.com: It’s a bold look from May this morning. Scalping your enemies and wearing the trophies is a barbaric practice, but in the case of Boris Johnson, I approve.
The performance numbers here are quite impressive. Some caveats and limitations though, but djb claims they can be mostly overcome with more development effort.
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org First release of djbsort: super-fast constant-time automatically verified AVX2 sorting code for int32 arrays. https://sorting.cr.yp.to (Next target is ARM NEON.) Verification starts with the #angr toolkit for symbolic execution, which in turn uses libVEX from Valgrind.
RT @crazyKiwiClare@twitter.com: A big shout out to our wonderful bespoke battery builder extraordinaire Chris Forne. Thanks for these little Li-ion beauties that mean we are now going battery powered at Cacophony. #cacophonyDev #predatorfree2050
RT @email@example.com: I lied about being a vampire, I'm a VampLiar.
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org: Things that happen in Silicon Valley and also the Soviet Union:
- waiting years to receive a car you ordered, to find that it's of poor workmanship and quality
- promises of colonizing the solar system while you toil in drudgery day in, day out
RT @WoolfSimon@twitter.com: Only in Wellington. A Southern Right Whale having fun in our harbour, in front of the Beehive.
RT @CodeWisdom@twitter.com: “ Code is like humor. When you have to explain it, it’s bad.” – Cory House
Tech lead at the Cacophony Project, among other things. Curious crafter of artisanal bits.
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