Sergiusz I find it difficult to distinguish between nickname and post's first phrase over here. I think they need some space
😃 Javier my favorite editor[copy paste in your favorite browser url bar] data:text/html, <body contenteditable style="background-color:white;color:black; font: 2rem/1.5 monospace;max-width:60rem color:white ;margin:0 auto;padding:4rem;">
Sergiusz Start working as a physicist in a R&D company just to write a Django app +_+
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🍕 Mattia Tezzele I don't mind the extra click if I get two nice looking and easy to use screens. Right now the trade-off is not worth it, because a) I save myself the click, but everything is so crammed together that I can barely make sense of it (more so because the information in the 2 different columns are completely unrelated -- they are 2 different feeds) and b) I lose the leads below the headlines, which were actually quite nice.
🧐 Nrmn I started working on a URL shortener service for the inclined individuals that want to host it themselves. Any must haves in a self-hosted, simple URL shortener service?
Vincent L. I'm grading my students for their Word/Excel/HTML exam. Neat :D Otherwise, I should figure out what occupation to seek for next year.
Miso What project are you all working on these days?
Sergiusz I posted my first answer on StackOverflow. And reported my first issue in an open-source project on GitHub. And it feels good.
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Sergiusz Tu te demandes si tu es une bete feroce ou bien un saint Mais tu es l'un, et l'autre. Et tellement de choses encore Tu es infiniment nombreux Celui qui meprise, celui qui blesse, celui qui aime, celui qui cherche Et tous les autres ensembles Trompe-toi, sois imprudent, tout n'est pas fragile N'attends rien que de toi, parce que tu es sacre Parce que tu es en vie Parce que le plus important n'est pas ce que tu es, mais ce que tu as choisi d'etre
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Nick Silvestri Oh man, you really opened this Pandora's box. I thought it was an unspoken understanding on here to ignore Jerrod.
🗨️ Fui Yesterday I've watched an anime series on a usually much less glamorous sport: ping pong. And I was truly impressed how much one could dive into the psychology of sports through such simple premise: what makes one good at a sport? The series? Ping Pong the Animation (2014), by Masaaki Yuasa.