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nameless cryptid asked 20 days ago

what is ur opinion on the acme text editor in plan 9 and also ur opinion on plan 9

i used plan9 as my main OS (along with an android phone) for like a year. really cool in so many ways, but a few progams really hurt to not have.

i used acme at the time and for a while afterwards through plan9port, but now i'm back to emacs.

mouse chording is a great idea also.

nameless cryptid asked 23 days ago

What do you like more, tea or coffee?

nameless cryptid asked about 1 month ago

a

nameless cryptid asked about 2 months ago

what's a weird/cute/interesting object in your physical vicinity right now?

i've got a chunk of bronze i made as a middle school project.

had a grandparent help me melt some copper pipe and tin using two blowtorches, and broke a cast iron pan in the process.

nameless cryptid asked about 2 months ago

Can you play the guitar?

nameless cryptid asked about 2 months ago

Yes? No?

nameless cryptid asked about 2 months ago

How many open tabs do you currently have?

nameless cryptid asked about 2 months ago

What do you think about raccoons?

nameless cryptid asked about 2 months ago

Have you ever been to Japan?

haven't been to any foreign countries, unfortunately.

nameless cryptid asked about 2 months ago

Can you play baseball?

i was in a softball team in highschool, never played baseball really.

nameless cryptid asked about 2 months ago

What binary cat thinks about ternary logic?

regular ternary or balanced ternary?

for regular ternary: prime bases are generally not very good.

balanced ternary: really cool, im all for weird number systems. feels like it shouldn't work, but it does.

there's also three-valued logic, which is also cool.

nameless cryptid asked about 2 months ago

What is your favourite programming language and why is it Pascal?

forth.

it gives you a level of control over your computer that is not really comparable to anything else. there's very little you can't make a forth interpeter do.