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#1192: Confusing Programming Can Be Pretty Colorful If You Build Everything Out Of Interesting Little Machines
Tuesday • November 29th 2022 • 11:11:09 pm • 2KB

Programming, is just about making and connecting little machines together. The combination of the programming language, and all the helpful little tools you can make… Create a microscope, a tool through which you can observe everything. There is a...

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#1191: You Must Unlock Your Genius
Monday • November 28th 2022 • 11:28:54 pm • 3KB

Don’t tell anyone you are doing it, don’t even mention the word. Find a narrated version of Bill Bryson’s. Short History of Nearly Everything. And use it as the lattice, or scaffold, for your real self education. Don’t read the book, books are meant to...

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#1190: The Thinker
Sunday • November 27th 2022 • 9:46:29 pm
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#1189: We Are Star Babies; Or, The World Needs You To Unlock Your Genius
Sunday • November 27th 2022 • 7:43:31 pm • 3KB

You are not a worker, you are an adventurer. You are not poor, you are infinitely creative. Poverty, hunger, homelessness, exist because we are not learning. We’d rather overwork, ourselves. Than to give every human being, a universal income card. ...

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#1188: Little By Little; Or, To Live Above The Common Levels Of Life
Saturday • November 26th 2022 • 11:25:38 pm • 1KB

It means to grow, to grow all the way up. We are each meant, to become a great being. Bad people are good, at keeping us down. They will ridicule, even the most beautiful things. But you are born of stars, ...a child of the Universe. Only you can...

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#1187: But Isn't Programming Dreary and Monotonous?
Friday • November 25th 2022 • 9:08:22 pm • 3KB

Programming is only boring when it is taught wrong, and it only ever gets repetitive when you stop inventing. You have build your own side projects, it is the only way to really learn for sure. Working for somebody else is pretty awesome, but you can’t...

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#1186: Is It Possible To Create A Cute And Tiny Software Empire?
Thursday • November 24th 2022 • 11:11:46 pm • 2KB

Cute and tiny is how gigantic empires are built, the boring ones are always a bad investment. The ranking algorithm behind the once useful search engine, used to be cute an tiny. The AI that now runs the biggest video site, is actually cute and tiny. ...

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#1185: From Computer Programming To World Peace
Wednesday • November 23rd 2022 • 9:20:08 pm • 2KB

The big picture is, that poverty must end for all human beings everywhere, that can be properly accomplished with a universal income card. At the same time, we need real schools, schools that provide real results. Today, schools just threaten students...

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#1184: Self Referential Systems; Or, How To Pull Yourself Up By Your Own Shoelaces
Tuesday • November 22nd 2022 • 5:59:15 pm • 3KB

A self referential system, is something that curves on it self, and creates new things out of nothing. Imagine a WikiWiki program like the world encyclopedia, and notice how the side menus are editable articles too. And consider that the layouts are...

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#1183: Building Your First Software Empire; Or, Self Editable Applications Are Just Operating Systems
Monday • November 21st 2022 • 9:07:07 pm • 3KB

Self editable applications are a big deal, because they help you build easy to manage business empires. They don’t assume, they let your users build. Self editable does not mean that programming is required, rather programs are dragged and dropped...

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#1182: The User Interface Designer
Sunday • November 20th 2022 • 9:46:44 pm
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#1181: Squirrels Are Free And The First Snow-day Is Key!
Sunday • November 20th 2022 • 9:17:55 pm • 961B

When winter calls for mittens, and you like little kittens…. You are in luck, because no squirrel likes to be a cold duck. Just scatter some nuts, and without any buts… Squirrels will follow you home, and begin to cheerfully prance and roam. Once kept...

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#1180: You Don’t Need To Fix The Whole World
Saturday • November 19th 2022 • 9:31:30 pm • 7KB

We do not live long enough to treat symptoms, in a way that is meaningful for the future generations. We only have time to focus on the big problems, that cause the cascade of the small ones. I think the biggest problem is, World Poverty and Lack Of Real...

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#1179: Our Culture, Is Philosophy
Friday • November 18th 2022 • 10:36:28 pm • 3KB

Philosophy is not at the center of human development, because it is as inconvenient for the troublemakers as it is precious for the rest of us. It is about growing in Authenticity, rising in Dignity and Human Nobility. It does not create obedient workers...

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#1178: Advancing Humanity: The Narrated Philosophy Books
Thursday • November 17th 2022 • 8:24:44 pm • 3KB

If you haven't grown up listening to wise philosophy books, then something has gone wrong. The world is not meant to be stuck in poverty, an no one should be raised to serve, or to be convenient. The number one thing dictatorships always do, is get the...

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#1177: Beyond The Within And Without; Or, Self Education Is Not Just About Wisdom Or Greatness
Wednesday • November 16th 2022 • 11:16:03 pm • 1KB

A systems upgrade, upgrades everything. The more you know, the more you grow. The more you rise, the more the multitudes you contain. And that means art, and it means composing music. And it means programming, and writing and poetry. In wisdom, you...

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#1176: The Brilliance Of Content Of Character; Or, Live So Sturdily, As To Put To Rout All That Is Not Life
Tuesday • November 15th 2022 • 11:12:28 pm • 2KB

There is a million ways to live life, but… there are fundamentals that cannot be altered. Ms. Rand would encourage us, to always evaluate, always judge, always think, and keep a check on our premises. Mr Sagan would remind us that we are born of the...

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#1175: What If No Other Subject Can Compare To Programming
Monday • November 14th 2022 • 11:00:34 pm • 2KB

What if programming is so special, that it should be at the center of world’s education. The one easily overlooked benefit, is learning how to learn. And by extension, knowing what real education is, and isn’t. Imagine how much harder, it would be to...

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#1174: The Chaser
Sunday • November 13th 2022 • 9:42:39 pm
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#1173: Upside Down Data Synchronization
Sunday • November 13th 2022 • 5:34:02 pm • 3KB

It is all fun and games, until somebody needs to synchronize UI data. -- Abraham Lincoln The CouchDB server, browser PouchDB, Svelte, Svelte Stores, and Svelte data binding along with and automatic User Interface updates, are pretty fancy. The data...

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#1172: Learn For Real Do Not Gamble With Your Knowledge
Saturday • November 12th 2022 • 8:13:05 pm • 2KB

There is a simple formula, to undo all the ineffective education trouble. It has three key points, you, the body of your knowledge, and the future you. You deserve to have the finest books narrated to you, because you need to know what life is really...

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#1171: Introduction To Programming: Systems Architecture
Friday • November 11th 2022 • 11:29:07 pm • 4KB

Introduction To Programming: System Architecture Most tutorials leave out deploying your applications, so it is difficult to get a big picture. And giving a solid explanation is difficult, as it is sure to involve a lot of concepts. But there is another...

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#1170: Our Full Heritage & Culture; Or, Nine Thousand Nine Hundred Books Towards Wisdom And World Peace
Thursday • November 10th 2022 • 11:12:30 pm • 2KB

Humanity’s greatest thoughts, ideas, and its development is store in books that nobody reads. Nobody even understands that books are meant to be narrated, in paper form they are exactly like sheet music. Just like music, books are meant to be heard, not...

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#1169: Fix Schools And Protect Education
Wednesday • November 9th 2022 • 9:00:37 pm • 3KB

There are many mechanics at play here, teachers not knowing what teaching is. Future principals having no clue, and needing a psychologist to understands teenagers. Greed, poverty, and how easily you are tricked with fake education, and sold out for easy...