My ideal (and probably impossible) future of tech is a world where everyone (or every household and business) owns their own server(s) (maybe colocated?) that runs all their stuff, like document sharing, IoT/"smart" devices, social networking, Web caching and searching, etc. etc. and everything is federated so everyone can still interact with each other.
There are things we can do to make this more feasible, but I don't expect it to happen easily or anytime soon.
Another reason to switch to iPhone... the price tag still hurts tho, especially when the Pixel 4a will only be $349 and would probably serve my needs well. We shall see!
Hmmm I may have to look into this gemini thing...
PSA fo xv6: "If you get errors like "undefined reference to `__udivdi3'", you probably don't have the 32-bit gcc multilib. If you're running Debian or Ubuntu, try installing the gcc-multilib package."
Neat read on Rust traits and how they work: http://huonw.github.io/blog/2015/01/peeking-inside-trait-objects/
Anywho learning about sockets 2nite http://www.qnx.com/developers/docs/qnx_4.25_docs/tcpip50/prog_guide/sock_ipc_tut.html
Hemingway 0.7.1 is out, featuring way faster feed fetching thanks to using futures correctly! https://github.com/jahzielv/hemingway
So some mathematicians figured out nlogn multiplication: https://www.quantamagazine.org/mathematicians-discover-the-perfect-way-to-multiply-20190411/
Algorithms matter! https://accidentallyquadratic.tumblr.com/
also, #TIL about `/usr/bin/time`, which times commands! It reports back the real time elapsed for the command to complete, as well as the percentage of time spent in kernel and userland.
I'm Jahziel, a computer science undergrad at Georgia Tech. I make computers go beep-boop.
This is a server created by Jahziel Villasana (aka hapax). He's not sure what he's going to use it for yet...