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Season 5 is in the books! What's next?
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They spoiled everything :D
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At dimension N the Pythagorean theorem breaks. But what's N?
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About 2% of Internet browsers have JavaScript disabled. Are you one of them?
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it depends on what i intend to do. typically, javascript is enabled for ease of use. certain activities or browsing habits, though, cause me to disable it.

an auto-tumblr (careenr? flippr? eh...) would be cool. throw a sandboxed widget together that auto-loads new tumbls in real time, have that running in the background for lulz. could be rad.
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Finally i found out what that was. I started with Python recently and i've seen those operators, but had no idea what they meant. Good to know
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Maybe they should have called it the solar-barycenter system.
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if people were more observational about languages, we'd have less upvotes on questions like that one and less people using PHP...
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