Do what you can with what you have.
🦿 Lucian Marin I lost the power button on my Pixel 5. I can't order a new one from AliExpress.
Zero Edge Modern company evolution = 1. geeks making things for geeks. 2. product becomes popular. 3. geeks making things for the masses. 4. mba's making things for the masses. 5. mbas sucking the company dry while pretending to be geeks.
🦿 Lucian Marin Somewhere in between: mbas firing or making geeks quit their job.
🦿 Lucian Marin Monster energy drink and a slice of pizza these day. Summer is coming.
Pain started in 1993. youtube.com/watch?...
As a developer, I would rather deal with AI generated code than crappy human written code. The new AI era will be nice unlike the current popular opinion.
☕ David Antoine I was wondering, maybe use a different symbol or two hashtags for a group... Wouldn't it be better to have groups separated from simple hashtags? If anything, to use simple hashtags for a trending option based on it for example (if Subreply explodes in popularity one day, hopefully)... Not sure though, that's a stupid idea maybe...
🦿 Lucian Marin I used Facebook Groups and Reddit a lot lately. I like the current implementation. We just need to start using them. I can display group mentions (classic hashtags) separately if it explodes in popularity. Everything is already implemented in the backend.
🙂 Roy I'm so sorry. I can imagine how difficult life must be for you
🦿 Lucian Marin It was a nightmare, but I'm doing better. I walk every day. I even implemented groups on Subreply.
🦧 Simon Gray Finally watched the Barbie movie after it won the Oscar, in 1988. Recent remake strays very far from the source material, so I hear.
🦿 Lucian Marin Watch the remake too. It's better to have atomic blondes than atomic bombs.
I don't understand why Elon Musk wants OpenAI when it's already outdated by Anthropic. claude.ai is really good.
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Zero Edge For a while now whenever I do a project around the house I try to think of if I could envision a humanoid robot performing this task. A lot of times the answer is no. The human body has trillions of "sensors" such as nerves etc, that help us perform tasks. Robots of today have very few in comparison. You would think a robot that is at "95%" is good but the reality is that last 5% is going to be much much harder to achieve than the 95% before it. I think we are a long long away from a truly functional humanoid robot the way we see in movies. I think for most use cases a specialized robot is better than a humanoid robot.
🦿 Lucian Marin Do we really need them? Even if we get humanoid robots, who will repair them? Will they repair themselves? What will be the cost? Will they be more cost effective than a human to eats and sleeps? Will they be able to communicate and create together like humans do?
🦿 Lucian Marin We don't longer have four seasons in Europe. It's six months of cold and six months of heat. It's not summer and winter, we need new names for the two seasons.
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☕ David Antoine June solstice and December solstice. Or North Solstice and South Solstice...
Zero Edge How to become rich - Step 1: Become a politician.
🦿 Lucian Marin Act like a politician, don't become one. It's all political.
I revamped all things related to groups and hashtags. Hashtag is a reference to a group. You can post and reply inside a group. I need to code a way to automatically create a group when you use a new hashtag. I think the best way to describe Subreply is having Twitter and Reddit in one social network.
☕ David Antoine I was wondering, maybe use a different symbol or two hashtags for a group... Wouldn't it be better to have groups separated from simple hashtags? If anything, to use simple hashtags for a trending option based on it for example (if Subreply explodes in popularity one day, hopefully)... Not sure though, that's a stupid idea maybe...
📷 |\/| Went on recently. Simultaneously very quiet and noisy.
🦿 Lucian Marin I just deleted Mastodon. Everyone who posted there is already active on Threads.
🦿 Lucian Marin I used all possible blocks and ended up with Regent International Center. odditycentral.com/...
AI companies should pay Subreply for data, but Google doesn't even index all submitted pages. theverge.com/2024/...