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18 Nov 07:14

lord-kitschener: halcyon-ia: break the rules no gods no kings...



break the rules

no gods no kings no masters

13 Nov 23:45

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Cats Who Want to Taste Your Food Just to Make Sure It’s Not Poisoned

12 Nov 19:15

Cathematics [via]

Cathematics [via]

07 Nov 05:04



06 Nov 00:16

entelijan: Sign this petition

01 Nov 15:16


24 Oct 17:49


01 Oct 20:22

Can you spot the difference?

by Rob Beschizza



19 Oct 23:00

mihlayn: New Zealand’s finest.


New Zealand’s finest.

13 Oct 23:45


13 Oct 14:30


07 Oct 17:45

Why we shouldn’t travel to other planets.

Why we shouldn’t travel to other planets.

06 Oct 01:50

"Our fire station is next door to the Police department. Pranks...

"Our fire station is next door to the Police department. Pranks ensue."


25 Oct 00:00

Aggressive-indent just got better!

aggressive-indent is quite something. I've only just released it and it seems to have been very well received. As such, it's only fair that I invest a bit more time into it.

The original version was really just a hack that was born as an answer on Emacs.SE. It worked phenomenally well on emacs-lisp-mode (to my delight), but it lagged a bit on c-like modes.

The new version, which is already on Melpa, is much smarter and more optimised. It should work quite well on any mode where automatic indentation makes sense (python users, voice your suggestions).

As a bonus, here's a stupendous screencast, courtesy of Tu Do!



Instructions are still the same! So long as you have Melpa configured, you can install it with.

M-x package-install RET aggressive-indent

Then simply turn it on and you’ll never have unindented code again.


You can also turn it on locally with.

(add-hook 'emacs-lisp-mode-hook #'aggressive-indent-mode)

Comment on this.

22 Oct 04:00

October 22, 2014

Symmetry Magazine did a nice article about me and BAHFest.
23 Oct 23:51

Meat Nativity Scene

by Paul

Meat Nativity Scene

Meat Nativity Scene


04 Oct 02:00


02 Oct 21:00


30 Sep 18:47

Who wore it better? [via]

Who wore it better? [via]

06 Oct 09:00

Solver problems with server reboots

by sharhalakis

by uaiHebert

14 Oct 21:32


15 Oct 11:13

The Nexus Player is coming!

by elan

The battle for the best media streaming device is definitely heating up, and today Google is upping the ante by announcing their own TV device, the Nexus Player, running the gorgeous new Android TV interface. We’ve been working closely with Google since before the platform was announced back in April, and we’ve continued to hone our app to ensure that it feels at home on Android TV, and that you get to enjoy the world class Plex experience that you know and love on your favorite new device.

We’re really enjoying the fresh take that Android TV brings to the table: bold, clean UI designed from the ground up for “lean back” viewing from your couch, and custom home screen recommendations based on your viewing habits are right up our alley, and they mean that Plex and Android TV are a perfect fit.

Feast your eyes on these gorgeous pixels, mortals, and welcome your new media overlord!

Atv home Movie section 2 Tv section 2 Tv episode Movie 1 Tv show 2 Plexdemo Music

Edit: Barkley—along with many of you—expressed outrage that he was missing from a release post. He called his agent, his agent called his lawyer, we had a big conference call, and thankfully everything was resolved (in his favor, naturally). Feast on those big brown eyes!


The post The Nexus Player is coming! appeared first on Plex Blog.

18 Sep 17:00


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15 Sep 02:22

"I guess I have to give him credit…" -texaspuffin

"I guess I have to give him credit…" -texaspuffin

03 Sep 20:39


02 Sep 17:08


01 Oct 04:00

Move Fast and Break Things

I was almost fired from a job driving the hearse in funeral processions, but then the funeral home realized how much business I was creating for them.