every few months or so I think "I should try learning Haskell," and then I try setting up the tooling and it breaks in some novel, undiagnosable way because Haskell's tooling documentation is atrocious, and I end up paving it over and forgetting about it until the next time I think it might be a good idea to try learning Haskell
finished day 4 of advent of code, racket is the first language I've actually had fun using to solve problems like this https://github.com/hunkyjimpjorps/AdventOfCode2021/blob/main/day-04/day-04.rkt
I don't understand Apple fanboys, Apple announced that they'll sell phone and laptop repair parts to consumers directly today, and these are some of their reactions:
- the powerful right-to-repair lobby unfairly forced Apple to do this
- because of the right-to-repair movement, people will blow up their houses trying to repair their Macbooks
- you should only trust trained Genius Bar staff with your devices because independent repair shops will deliberately sabotage them to make more money
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