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Oh my tab.

elm-format issue #158: Notes on 4-space vs 2-space

ThinkFirstPad.

  • Observe good housekeeping [...]
  • Do not perform any action that causes hazards [...]
  • Before you start the machine, make sure that other service technicians and the customer's personnel are not in a hazardous position.
  • Keep your toolcase away from walk areas so that other people will not trip over it.
  • Do not wear loose clothing [...]. If your hair is long, fasten it.
  • Do not wear jewelry, chains, metal-frame eyeglasses, or metal fasteners for your clothing.

ThinkPad Hardware Maintenance Manual

Haircognition.

Zero bunnage.

May in Questionable Content 4018

Still figuring it out.

And just because I am twenty,
doesn't mean I know what to do.

[...]

Just trying to be cool,
but I feel like a fool

Ilgen-Nur: Cool

Spacesthetics.

There is a common misconception that the purpose of writing Haskell programs is to instruct a machine to perform certain computations, and to report the results thereof. This myth is perpetrated by numerous lecture courses, books, websites and other media, which merely teach how to write programs with the desired functionality.

In actual fact, to write a good Haskell program is to create a work of art. As such, any Haskell program worth writing must be beautiful. In fact, rumour has it that the GHC optimiser analyses programs it is asked to compile and, if it finds it aesthetically pleasing, will work harder to make your program run faster.

But what determines whether a Haskell program is beautiful or not? Read on, my intrepid friend, and you shall find out!

Ian: Good Haskell Style

Polsbandje.

Na Lowlands 2008 dachten we dat we zijn onderarm nooit meer terug zouden zien.

moeder Marjan

Hitzemoral.

Ja, ich bin manchmal neidisch was andere alles so an- und ausziehen können und dürfen.

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