Because the core constituency that would directly benefit suffers from mental illness that impairs the kind of self-advocacy and long term optimism needed for such efforts?
TIL CDARS - "Certificate of Deposit Account Registry Service" Say you have a large balance you want to deposit with FDIC insurance, behind the scenes the deposit can be split among a number of $250K accounts across a network of banks. https://www.intrafinetworkdeposits.com/
instead of "interesting!" i am going to start saying "remarkable!" universally applicable because definitionally true by the fact i am remarking.
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i get the appeal, but it's all a bit much.
great perspective, sam. let's take this offline.
just experienced LinkedIn-Induced Dissociation (LID).
Man daily 10k is awesome! 🔥
Why does there not exist a Dune pain box wireless charger? Would purchase.
Winter: crocs, running shoes, boots Summer: crocs, running shoes, flip-flops
This is what I default to. Use the single object name as namespace.
I also don’t understand this (born 1979).
Man I gotta take up pickleball.
I assume your friend is an executive, politician, or motivational speaker now?
If VR takes off it’ll be another paradigm altogether. The main transition we’ve made technically and culturally is to adapt to new formats.
There’s need for both. Some can explore the weirdo fringes, others make it broadly accessible and valuable. I see quite a few defi/fintech infra projects building this year, plus regs are slowly getting clearer, so hopefully there will be a much better foundation for normie onboarding projects in a year or so.
(that repo is just an example, there are many generalize encoding and uuid libs available)
you want a true globally unique ID if you're not validating uniqueness some other way (like via DB constraint). you can encode using a larger character set to get a shorter ID. Base58 is a good option, removes visually ambiguous characters: example: '2d06b29b-7b47-4ba0-8325-419277d62a09' -> '6ZUv7sYDG4LALynrXCjMGL'
For sure. It was a slog initially, but eventually I got into a rhythm with it and loved it. Not sure I’d be up for a re-read though. Maybe start with some of his essays/articles to warm up? A Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never Do Again is lovely.
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This is very fine content.