This is the most Cyperpunk Dystopian things I've seen in a while. Goldman Sachs has their own font, whose license prevents you from using it to criticize Goldman Sachs.

design.gs.com/d/legal/goldman-

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Remember 98.css, a CSS library for building interfaces that look like Windows 98? Meet XP.css, an extention of 98.css. to bring back the XP style!!

botoxparty.github.io/XP.css/

checked my grades for spring semester and for one of my classes my teacher just put an emoji??????

müsst ihr beim wort "bergamotte" auch immer zuerst an eine motte denken die nur in den alpen zu finden ist und so ein alter bärtiger mann mit komischem dialekt muss dann jeden tag auf einen kilometerhohen berg steigen um die motten zu fangen und dann bringt er die ins tal und dann wird da bionade draus gemacht

und weil die bergmotten in den alpen nahe der italienischen grenze heimisch sind heißen die dann bergamotten weil das ist irgendwie italienisch

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Apparently, someone wrote a proof showing that it is impossible to parse C++

"[A] conforming compiler should be able to decide whether x is a function or variable! If such compiler exists, however, we can use it to solve the Post Correspondence Problem for any input, which means we can use it to solve the Halting Problem."

medium.com/@mujjingun_23509/fu

@codewiz Maybe you would be interested in structopt as well then, which makes it even more convenient.

crates.io/crates/structopt

so, the
project found potential security issues using a new 10 feature for static analysis. the main theme of the thread is the developers trying to figure out whether the compiler's guess is right or whether their legacy code base is just weird, but correct. i look forward to a future where critical software is not written in memory unsafe languages. until then, let's hope these brave devs and gcc 10 figure it out:

github.com/openssl/openssl/iss

Finally, C++ is getting some more complexity:

devblogs.microsoft.com/cppblog

"the C++20 overload resolution rules were changed to allow the compiler to resolve this situation to the most logical overload."

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