Computer programming is usually an exact science: The software does precisely what you tell it to do, and errors are your fault. But every once in a while, the software misbehaves for reasons beyond your ability to diagnose – the code is right, the mach Go »
Open the ClickHole
Here's taking a moment to praise ClickHole, The Onion's hilarious parody of Buzzfeed, updated daily. Buzzfeed and other clickbait sites are full of ridiculously dumb bullshit, and this site expertly satirizes them. Go »
That Damn Eel
Two neat things I read today about video games: Computer games are effective for treating phobias. That's neat, and it's no surprise to me: I used to have a fear of swimming in deep bodies of water, which made me anxious that some unseen creature would r Go »
State of the Site: October 2015
How we doin'? Every planned feature mentioned in the last "State of the Site" has been completed except for the Facebook login form, which remains a goal of mine for the semi-near futur Go »
Bummer of the Week Award
Anna just got fired from her job for writing about it on her weblog. She mentioned one of the company's clients in an old entry (now gone), then a service that searches for companies found the entry, and she was let go because of a "breach of confidential Go »
How's the Re-Design?
Leave +1 karma if you like it, or -1 karma if you don't. I'll also take suggestions. Go »
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