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Tell me an epic experience you've had in the past month!

Anonymous

Unfortunately epic experiences haven’t been plentiful lately. A few weeks ago I went to a korean bbq place with my friends; it felt like I was just turning 21 again, super fun.  :)

Sep 8
Progress. Not a bad game, free-to-play was a wonderful idea.

Progress. Not a bad game, free-to-play was a wonderful idea.

wowwwwwwwwww

wowwwwwwwwww

I’m playing wakfu again whoooooooa

Much approval for the free-to-play

goto-blog:

Oh my god.

ROFL SHIT

goto-blog:

Oh my god.

ROFL SHIT

lilceciliamarie:

Can somebody else please just read Day[9]’s AMA and feel better with me?

Really. This guy. I love him so much. <33333

He pretty much is the best ever 

curiosamathematica:

A quine is a self-replicating computer program, which takes no input and produces a copy of its own source code as its only output. It was Douglas Hofstadter who coined the name “quine”, in his magnificent book Gödel, Escher, Bach, to honor philosopher Willard Quine.
For example, the following is a concise Python quine:
s = ‘s = %r\nprint(s%%s)’print(s%s)
The concept has been extended to multiple levels of recursion. An Ouroboros program is a program in language X which compiles to a source code program in language Y which compiles to a source code program in language Z which compiles to … back again to a source code program in language X.
Yusuke Endoh managed to create an Ouroboros which cycles through 50 languages!! His Ruby program generates a Scala program that generates a Scheme program that generates … (through 50 languages) … a REXX program that generates the original Ruby code again:

The Ruby source code is presented above. The program can be downloaded on GitHub with some information on how to install and run the code.

curiosamathematica:

A quine is a self-replicating computer program, which takes no input and produces a copy of its own source code as its only output. It was Douglas Hofstadter who coined the name “quine”, in his magnificent book Gödel, Escher, Bach, to honor philosopher Willard Quine.

For example, the following is a concise Python quine:

s = ‘s = %r\nprint(s%%s)’
print(s%s)

The concept has been extended to multiple levels of recursion. An Ouroboros program is a program in language X which compiles to a source code program in language Y which compiles to a source code program in language Z which compiles to … back again to a source code program in language X.

Yusuke Endoh managed to create an Ouroboros which cycles through 50 languages!! His Ruby program generates a Scala program that generates a Scheme program that generates … (through 50 languages) … a REXX program that generates the original Ruby code again:

The Ruby source code is presented above. The program can be downloaded on GitHub with some information on how to install and run the code.

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AVGN at SGC 2014!