...of the moment
Need to prove something you already believe? All you need are two graphs (to overlay) and a leading question
Tool-assisted speedrun creation of a NES emulator. Amazing. ("Tool-assisted Speedruns" are usually people PLAYING videogames, using the computer to help them cheat and play a superhumanly perfect game, not write an emulator that lets you play the games of an old system.)
Habeas Corpus, who needs that latin crap? Martial Law all the time that's what we need!
In the early mid-90s Perl introduced me to hashmaps; the first non-array, non-DIY linked list collection I'd seen. Mind blown! And then I found out about cheap rentable web space, Perl CGI, and how POST and GET params could work like a hashmap... sky was the limit!
Panera with all the calorie counts labeled... what's more amazing, how many calories a cookie has, or how many a really tasty salad doesn't?
Most hugely reviled things, I can see why people hate. What kind of person am I then if I don't get what's so godawful about Nickelback? Is it 'cause they're prefab, but meant to sound indy and authentic? Or what?
The cutest broken leg in the history of ever
Even beyond the permanent marital law National Defense Authorization Bill gets us, it makes the dumbass mistake of treating terrorism as war.
Posting this makes me feel a million years old but Reader's Digest's 20 Secrets Your Waiter Won’t Tell You is pretty great.
"Being poor is having to live with choices you didn't know you made when you were 14 years old."
--John Scalzi in this essay