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Oh, forgot to mention this publicly, but I quit Google again. Was working at Fitbit, they got acquired, I had a PTSD breakdown about working there again, you know how it goes.

My last day was Friday, and I already feel much better now that I'm out of there.

I find it baffling that, 25 years ago when Windows 95 came out, 3D-styled UI elements felt fresh and exciting, but now everyone and their dog works as hard as they can to make UIs look like a flat sheet of paper.

Hey, I borrowed Roxy Lalonde to be the mascot of my open source software project, let me know if that's not okay and I'll turn it into a Police "Roxanne" reference instead!

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Oh, and this may be a plus or a minus depending on your political leanings, but it's licensed under's Hippocratic License,

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It's still under heavy development, but I'm already using it for my own personal websites. Basically, it competes with HAProxy plus CertBot, with JSON config, JSON logging, and a long term goal that you'll be able to operate it in a cluster by just adding .

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Hey folks! I've been working on a pretty sweet frontend proxy named Roxy, written in . It uses to automatically TLS encrypt all traffic between end users and Roxy, and it has support for basic static file serving as well.

Hah, I just got a chuckle out of imagining what the Twitter trends would do if a zombie uprising happened to land on Easter. "HE IS RISEN", trending with: "OH SHIT" and "Shotgun".

Huh. Add "freezer-burned ice" to the list of things that my brain thinks are pleasantly nostalgic.

What was your first Windows?

2GB of disk space? I would have killed for that as a kid.

Oh, also: Norton Commander 5.51, the last release that ever came out for DOS (1998).

The memories.

Current mood: deeply disappointed in my species.


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Note to self: construct a Huffman coding for computation itself, the maximum possible lossless compression for executable code.

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Specifically, trying to wrap my head around a mapping from the computables to the counting numbers via a Huffman code weighted for the probability that each computable will be computed by a simulation of the universe. Add "data is code" to brain, stir gently.

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Oh no. 3am brain is trying to construct a total order over the computable numbers.

Hot take 🔥

Physics, Computer Science, Mathematics, and Philosophy are all the same field of study, if you know what you're doing.

Woe betide you if you try to truly understand 1 without the other 3.

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