I open the window a bit and then at least it's not stuffy.
The radiator is controlled by the building and I'm on the top floor so I guess it gets hotter due to that? Not sure why my office is hot tbh.
Probably a constraint but not a rule. My office is way hot.
broke: arranging your schedule so you only have to come to campus twice a week
woke: arranging your schedule so you have to come to campus every single morning, in an attempt to be "productive"
bespoke: no one has seen you in years. junior grad students doubt your existence. whenever you are spoken of, the fluorescent light over your cobwebbed desk space in the shared office flickers. on the department website, your name links to a page that clearly hasn't been updated since 2010.
Bluh that bites :(
Note: I've got 4 questions associated with Christmas in some way.
If anyone has other holiday trivia not associated with Christmas I'd GREATLY appreciated it.
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Forgot how hard it is to find rooms in the informatics buildings. There's informatics west and informatics east. The professor wrote that the class was in informatics west while his office was in informatics.
I assumed that meant his office was in informatics east. E.g. East is the normal informatics building and west is exceptional. Turns out they were in the same building.
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I was literally coding my own infinitely expanding xml attack in my python music informatics project.
It works a little better now that I caught that down from running out of ram on my 80 gig machine to a cool 800 mb. Haha *sheepishly keeps coding*
Right there with you
@cattebune holy fuck everyone except me has so much computing just fuckin lying around
i mean, i have a 64gb SD card i can tape to a balloon and hope it ends up in the cloud
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Just got gnasty gnorc! Yes!
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I think Michelle McSweeny does a much better job of explaining linguistic phenomenon on subtext than John McWorter does on lexicon valley. McWorter seems to say a lot of things based upon a hunch. I imagine he has research to back it up but it's not evident from the way he presents it.
Did you use a static site generator or did you write the html?
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