I demand an Internet built on smoke signals and smoke detectors.
So I started playing this "game", and I'm not really sure if I can do well on it. And I hear it's very, very competitive.
Normally, I'm fine with competitions if I'm given a chance to outwit others (that's pretty much how I got a degree and job). But this time, it seems fairly standardized process, and people tend to count on small details, or just by luck. And yes, my favorite tactics is a surprise attack.
Anyway, I'll try to play this "game" for a while from now.
this is a bookmarklet that shows a Unicode codepoint of a currently selected character. Apparently, I tend to use this a lot.
A belief that abstraction is possible at all.
*Rinse and Repeat*
I forgot to mention that I joined Accessibility Jam. And here's my game.
Lesson: It gathered some traction before it started. Once it began, very few people actually participated/cared it.
Here's how to measure the "goodness" of a software design:
That's it. There's still uncertainty about how to tell if one is "as good" at understanding the software, but the idea here is pretty similar to that of Kolmogorov Complexity, except it uses a human as a turing machine instead. The communication between humans can be compared to a program code too.
Okay, okay, so I haven't written anything here for a month. That's pretty pathetic.
The other day, I was thinking why IDE is slowing down things for me. It's simple: you have to switch between a mouse and a keyboard. That's it. Yeah.