It’d be cool if your version control system could report through your text editor who else is working on any given file at the same time as you.
I am pleased to hear that Peter Norvig has left Google.
Today via Slashdot: Microsoft Warns of New Windows 11 Problems With Apps Using Unusual Registry Keys.
I came across this in my travels recently: Deconcentration of Attention: addressing the complexity of software engineering.
According to wikipedia:
On 7 July 2021, HarperCollinsUK and Recorded Books announced Serkis would follow up his narration of The Hobbit with a professional recording of The Lord of the Rings to be released on 16 September. The CD will be released on 14 October.
The first episode is The Fellowship of the Ring.
This is great: HackerNews Readings. It’s a listing of 40,000 books recommended on Hacker News.
One day when I have some time I would like to watch this: The complete FUN TO IMAGINE with Richard Feynman.
I wanted to read this (mentioned here) and ended up thinking about subscribing to WIRED which took me to an article about the WIRED paywall The Next 25 Years of WIRED Start Today and their FAQ. I decided to subscribe to the digital edition and am interested to check out the newsletters and the WIRED Guides.
There’s some fun stuff over here: programming is terrible.