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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby poxic » Mon Feb 24, 2014 6:49 am UTC

Ah. I knew my wiley ways would come back to haunt me somehow.
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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby addams » Mon Feb 24, 2014 6:58 am UTC

PhoenixEnigma wrote:
Magnanimous wrote:With the statistics tool from... I forget whose site this is, actually, we are at kind of a low point.
Aw, damn, I've been knocked off my all-time activity spot, too. Damn you, Xeio!

What an amazing link.
http://simonsoftware.se/xkcd/stats.php?page=forum
(redundant)

Is that on the Forum Rules Page?
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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby Adacore » Mon Feb 24, 2014 7:23 am UTC

What're the precise meanings of R/W ratio and activity?

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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby Ubik » Mon Feb 24, 2014 7:42 am UTC

http://simonsoftware.se/xkcd/stats.php?

It says s-e-x. *snicker*

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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby Steax » Mon Feb 24, 2014 7:44 am UTC

ICT over the last year:

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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby addams » Mon Feb 24, 2014 8:01 am UTC

Adacore wrote:What're the precise meanings of R/W ratio and activity?

Good question.
Read to Written. yes.

But…How?
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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby kiniget » Mon Feb 24, 2014 8:56 am UTC

uh, yeah, I meant that the posting rate seems lower than it was when I was here last (at least 6 months ago). didn't mean to cause any confusion
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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby SecondTalon » Mon Feb 24, 2014 2:36 pm UTC

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Slowing down like me, apparently.

But yeah, combination of lots of things mean the forums are slowing. That's okay, happens to every forum I've ever been in.
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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby Dason » Mon Feb 24, 2014 4:41 pm UTC

SecondTalon wrote:Image

Slowing down like me, apparently.

But yeah, combination of lots of things mean the forums are slowing. That's okay, happens to every forum I've ever been in.


Does anybody know when the link to the forum was removed from xkcd.com? That might be an interesting point on that graph.
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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby Diemo » Mon Feb 24, 2014 4:47 pm UTC

It was when the What-If started. Which (provided Randall hasn't skipped a week) was 84 weeks ago.

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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby Steax » Mon Feb 24, 2014 4:48 pm UTC

July 2012 apparently.

... Holy shit, the what-ifs started 2 years ago?
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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby Angua » Mon Feb 24, 2014 4:58 pm UTC

huh,my google calendar for April 6th has an entry that 'I dreamed something was going to happen today'. I wish I'd been more specific, but I remember it not being good, and maybe aliens?

I guess I'll be finding out in a month and a half whether or not I get premonitions.
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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby bigglesworth » Mon Feb 24, 2014 5:24 pm UTC

Diemo wrote:It was when the What-If started.
Was it not a short time after the cancer comics started?
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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby Diemo » Mon Feb 24, 2014 5:34 pm UTC

Ahh, if I remember correctly it was taken out for a while, then put back in, then taken out for good with the arrival of What-If
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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby roband » Mon Feb 24, 2014 5:47 pm UTC

Search the "site/forum issues" subforum for people complaining about it - it happened pretty quickly after they were removed.

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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby Dason » Mon Feb 24, 2014 6:00 pm UTC

roband wrote:Search the "site/forum issues" subforum for people complaining about it - it happened pretty quickly after they were removed.

BUT THAT WOULD REQUIRE ME TO DO WORK INSTEAD OF ASKING OTHER PEOPLE TO GIVE ME THAT INFORMATION DIRECTLY. AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH.

What do you think I am? A not-lazy person? You've got a lot to learn buddy.
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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby Kewangji » Mon Feb 24, 2014 6:10 pm UTC

Today on Twitter I started recording spam posts and bad poetry. My brain broke after recording this, though: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/670 ... rzials.mp3

So, if you want to have your brain broken, listen to that poem. (Might be loud? I dunno.)
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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby eSOANEM » Mon Feb 24, 2014 6:23 pm UTC

Steax wrote:Unrelated: after consistently breaking $200 work chairs every 10 months, I decided that my back pain was getting too bad. Went over to a specialist shop, sat down on an Aeron, HOLY SHIT THIS IS AWESOME. Productivity levels skyrocket. It turns out I had no lumbar support and forward tilt was the solution to my habit of resting my feet in a cross-legged position. Using it for a week now and very happy; I know people who use these chairs daily for a decade and they're still holding out, so for $800 just 3 years alone is going to be a cost benefit. Yay!


By forward tilt, do you mean just of the seat but keeping the back in position? I often end up sitting on chairs cross-legged too hence the why.
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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby RollingHead » Mon Feb 24, 2014 7:47 pm UTC

Kewangji wrote:Today on Twitter I started recording spam posts and bad poetry. My brain broke after recording this, though: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/670 ... rzials.mp3

So, if you want to have your brain broken, listen to that poem. (Might be loud? I dunno.)

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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby Steax » Tue Feb 25, 2014 12:27 am UTC

roband wrote:Search the "site/forum issues" subforum for people complaining about it - it happened pretty quickly after they were removed.



But I already linked to it! :(

eSOANEM wrote:
Steax wrote:Unrelated: after consistently breaking $200 work chairs every 10 months, I decided that my back pain was getting too bad. Went over to a specialist shop, sat down on an Aeron, HOLY SHIT THIS IS AWESOME. Productivity levels skyrocket. It turns out I had no lumbar support and forward tilt was the solution to my habit of resting my feet in a cross-legged position. Using it for a week now and very happy; I know people who use these chairs daily for a decade and they're still holding out, so for $800 just 3 years alone is going to be a cost benefit. Yay!


By forward tilt, do you mean just of the seat but keeping the back in position? I often end up sitting on chairs cross-legged too hence the why.


I think it tilts everything forward. You know how most chairs have you leaning on the back while in a relaxed posture, but not in the upright typing "good" posture? The forward tilt fixes that. So I maintain proper posture and I can shift my weight on the back without actually moving my body, while also enjoying the lumbar support. My legs also flow down to the floor better. I don't really know why I'm not tempted to sit cross-legged anymore; it could be because I'm perched forwardly and thus have less room to place my feet, but I think it's also because my spine isn't in the awkward position it usually is.
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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby addams » Tue Feb 25, 2014 12:50 am UTC

Steax wrote:
roband wrote:Search the "site/forum issues" subforum for people complaining about it - it happened pretty quickly after they were removed.



But I already linked to it! :(

eSOANEM wrote:
Steax wrote:Unrelated: after consistently breaking $200 work chairs every 10 months, I decided that my back pain was getting too bad. Went over to a specialist shop, sat down on an Aeron, HOLY SHIT THIS IS AWESOME. Productivity levels skyrocket. It turns out I had no lumbar support and forward tilt was the solution to my habit of resting my feet in a cross-legged position. Using it for a week now and very happy; I know people who use these chairs daily for a decade and they're still holding out, so for $800 just 3 years alone is going to be a cost benefit. Yay!


By forward tilt, do you mean just of the seat but keeping the back in position? I often end up sitting on chairs cross-legged too hence the why.


I think it tilts everything forward. You know how most chairs have you leaning on the back while in a relaxed posture, but not in the upright typing "good" posture? The forward tilt fixes that. So I maintain proper posture and I can shift my weight on the back without actually moving my body, while also enjoying the lumbar support. My legs also flow down to the floor better. I don't really know why I'm not tempted to sit cross-legged anymore; it could be because I'm perched forwardly and thus have less room to place my feet, but I think it's also because my spine isn't in the awkward position it usually is.

Sounds like a Great Chair.
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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby firesoul31 » Tue Feb 25, 2014 6:25 am UTC

Magnanimous wrote:With the statistics tool from... I forget whose site this is, actually, we are at kind of a low point.


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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby addams » Tue Feb 25, 2014 9:17 pm UTC

Why Write?
Why do we Write?
I don't know.

To make ideas hold still,
so we can look at them.

It's a guess.
What do you think?
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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby Deva » Tue Feb 25, 2014 9:54 pm UTC

Writes to transport ideas and information across distances and time. Addresses large numbers of people occasionally. Examples: Mail and literature.
Changes its form depending on the observer.

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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby Steax » Wed Feb 26, 2014 2:29 am UTC

addams wrote:
Steax wrote:
roband wrote:Search the "site/forum issues" subforum for people complaining about it - it happened pretty quickly after they were removed.



But I already linked to it! :(

eSOANEM wrote:
Steax wrote:Unrelated: after consistently breaking $200 work chairs every 10 months, I decided that my back pain was getting too bad. Went over to a specialist shop, sat down on an Aeron, HOLY SHIT THIS IS AWESOME. Productivity levels skyrocket. It turns out I had no lumbar support and forward tilt was the solution to my habit of resting my feet in a cross-legged position. Using it for a week now and very happy; I know people who use these chairs daily for a decade and they're still holding out, so for $800 just 3 years alone is going to be a cost benefit. Yay!


By forward tilt, do you mean just of the seat but keeping the back in position? I often end up sitting on chairs cross-legged too hence the why.


I think it tilts everything forward. You know how most chairs have you leaning on the back while in a relaxed posture, but not in the upright typing "good" posture? The forward tilt fixes that. So I maintain proper posture and I can shift my weight on the back without actually moving my body, while also enjoying the lumbar support. My legs also flow down to the floor better. I don't really know why I'm not tempted to sit cross-legged anymore; it could be because I'm perched forwardly and thus have less room to place my feet, but I think it's also because my spine isn't in the awkward position it usually is.

Sounds like a Great Chair.
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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby Xeio » Wed Feb 26, 2014 2:58 am UTC

PhoenixEnigma wrote:
Magnanimous wrote:With the statistics tool from... I forget whose site this is, actually, we are at kind of a low point.
Aw, damn, I've been knocked off my all-time activity spot, too. Damn you, Xeio!
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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby addams » Wed Feb 26, 2014 4:06 am UTC

Steax wrote:
addams wrote:
Steax wrote:
roband wrote:Search the "site/forum issues" subforum for people complaining about it - it happened pretty quickly after they were removed.



But I already linked to it! :(

eSOANEM wrote:
Steax wrote:Unrelated: after consistently breaking $200 work chairs every 10 months, I decided that my back pain was getting too bad. Went over to a specialist shop, sat down on an Aeron, HOLY SHIT THIS IS AWESOME. Productivity levels skyrocket. It turns out I had no lumbar support and forward tilt was the solution to my habit of resting my feet in a cross-legged position. Using it for a week now and very happy; I know people who use these chairs daily for a decade and they're still holding out, so for $800 just 3 years alone is going to be a cost benefit. Yay!


By forward tilt, do you mean just of the seat but keeping the back in position? I often end up sitting on chairs cross-legged too hence the why.


I think it tilts everything forward. You know how most chairs have you leaning on the back while in a relaxed posture, but not in the upright typing "good" posture? The forward tilt fixes that. So I maintain proper posture and I can shift my weight on the back without actually moving my body, while also enjoying the lumbar support. My legs also flow down to the floor better. I don't really know why I'm not tempted to sit cross-legged anymore; it could be because I'm perched forwardly and thus have less room to place my feet, but I think it's also because my spine isn't in the awkward position it usually is.

Sounds like a Great Chair.
Lucky You.


Not lucky chair though, I'm going to abuse it!

That is a Joke. right?

You won't Abuse it.
You will Use it. right?

If you Abuse it,
it will not last long.

It sounds like a nice chair.
You might get hurt Abusing it.

What did you have in mind?
Does it have Wheels?

You can abuse it by Standing on the back of it to change an overhead light.
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What did you have in mind?
Chair Abuse? How?

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Until it gives you the answer?

That is not nice.
Poor Chair.

If you are nice to it, it might rock you forward and make you forget why you used to cross your legs.
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Postby ahammel » Thu Feb 27, 2014 2:31 am UTC

FT: as it turns out my English teachers were not bullshitting me when they said that the ability to knock out 2500 words on command is a useful career skill.
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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby PhoenixEnigma » Thu Feb 27, 2014 5:19 am UTC

I believe I have Dirk Gently's tea ball. Not only am I not sure how to unhook the chain from itself, I'm not sure how it was possible to hook it like this in the first place. At least I have a mug of tea to ponder this over.
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Postby Mighty Jalapeno » Thu Feb 27, 2014 9:28 pm UTC

Boss: "That's probably gonna take you the rest of the week, right? You'll have a model for us for Monday?"

Three hours later...

newplatformsketch.jpg


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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby poxic » Thu Feb 27, 2014 9:31 pm UTC

I would love to see someone be given a pile of materials and that picture.
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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby eran_rathan » Thu Feb 27, 2014 10:01 pm UTC

Mighty Jalapeno wrote:Boss: "That's probably gonna take you the rest of the week, right? You'll have a model for us for Monday?"

Three hours later...

newplatformsketch.jpg


I kinda love people not knowing how to do what I do.


Pretty sure i worked for that asshole one summer...
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Postby pseudoidiot » Thu Feb 27, 2014 10:15 pm UTC

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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby Tomlidich the second » Thu Feb 27, 2014 11:26 pm UTC

pseudoidiot wrote:Just use legos.

and a Kragle.
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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby Angua » Thu Feb 27, 2014 11:46 pm UTC

I need to find a gif for "Great. I think I got it. But just in case, tell me the whole thing again. I wasn't listening." It's so perfect. I felt like that today during a committee meeting today a couple of times.
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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby Tomlidich the second » Thu Feb 27, 2014 11:51 pm UTC

Angua wrote:committee

found your problem.
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Re: Unfetched hashes and turtle-excluding devices

Postby addams » Thu Feb 27, 2014 11:54 pm UTC

Angua wrote:I need to find a gif for "Great. I think I got it. But just in case, tell me the whole thing again. I wasn't listening." It's so perfect. I felt like that today during a committee meeting today a couple of times.

You are tired.

Tired people sound like that.
Who have You been staying up late with?
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