New post on using cog to execute code in a vim based note system: https://nestorarocha.com/en/2022/10/02/cog-vimwiki-integration.html
This is from Dan Hon's newsletter. He's British, living in the US.
This analogy of Americans treating Disneyland as a magical place where there's infrastructure and drinkable water resonates really hard for me.
I shouldn't laugh too much, as the UK is currently headed in this direction. However, I do have a hard time in explaining to a *lot* of Americans that over in Europe there's an approach which isn't rampant individualism.
I wrote something on vimwiki and taskwarrior working together https://nestorarocha.com/en/2022/09/18/taskwarrior-vimwiki-integration.html
NEW: income inequality in US & UK is so wide that while the richest are very well off, the poorest have a worse standard of living than the poorest in countries like Slovenia https://www.ft.com/content/ef265420-45e8-497b-b308-c951baa68945
Essentially, US & UK are poor societies with some very rich people.
Satire, threat, uspol
Richard Scarry's 21st century classroom
I think I will give guix a try; managing packages, provisioning and containers with the same tool seems like a good idea
Thought this was amusing: How To Give An Unapology
I'm glad that type annotations got added to #Python -- not only because they improve the language, but also because otherwise by now there'd be some semi-compatible "Typethon" dialect and all the attendant ecosystem hassles.