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“AND WHEN IT COMES TO RECOGNIZING THE CRAFT OF THE COMEDIC STORYTELLING IN GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY, HULK HAS TO SAY THAT JAMES GUNN AND EVERYONE INVOLVED JUST KNOCKED IT OUT OF THE FUCKING PARK.”
The panning shots are incredible.
The Comonad.Reader » Letter to a Young Haskell Enthusiast
Forget piracy. The music industry’s biggest money-loser is an inability to connect with older people that used to spend money on music, and don’t anymore.
It’s Adventure Time – The bizarre magic of the world’s greatest kid’s—is it for kids?—television show
“And the guy orders a beer, like everything is normal, but it’s obvious that something has changed between him and the bartender.”
Richard Feynman and The Connection Machine
"Damn. This is a thing, isn’t it?" The Language of Achewood
““Game” doesn’t even do it justice. What we’re really talking about here is a generative, networked system laced throughout with secrets.”
“But our society is not returning to a past utopia of collective social confidence and equality because this utopia never existed. The sharing economy doesn’t build trust — it trades on cultural homogeneity and established social networks both online and in real life. Where it builds new connections, it often replicates old patterns of privileged access for some, and denial for others.”
“Event-based programming has been highly touted in recent years as the best way to write highly concurrent applications. Having worked on several of these systems, we now believe this approach to be a mistake. Specifically, we believe that threads can achieve all of the strengths of events, including support for high concurrency, low overhead, and a simple concurrency model. Moreover, we argue that threads allow a simpler and more natural programming style.”
This is from 1992. I wonder how things have changed since.
“Get excited about what you build, not what tools you use to do it.”
“The developer raises up the great sword of technology and brings it down upon the plinth of culture—and the sword shatters. But never mind; we can go back to the forge to make a bigger, better sword for retina displays. And as we craft it we whisper that eternal prayer for the comfort of list-makers: This time will be different.”