You should read this. Yes, you. Even if you don’t think it’s relevant to you, it is.
I want to write a free, copyleft book about how to thrive on low income in the USA, because all the books on personal finance give advice like "don't buy a latte every day," instead of "first, get your staples at the food bank, and *then* any other food via food stamps."
I've been writing an outline, and I need more sources. What books and links can you tell me about that are like more the food stamp example? (And please retoot!)
Before I try to figure out if it's worth attempting to ship them back, does anybody want a pair of Indestructible Shoes, Zero Grey, size US12?
Free, but I'll probably make you come get them.
(They don't fit quite right for me, and I don't like the sole. I'm keeping the Ryders I bought at the same time tho)
Finally started writing the Jets version of my twilio phone/sms router. I've never been happy with the js-lambda version I ported from the original sinatra app. Got as far as storing config in dynamo, modeling the accounts and phones, and getting access to sms. Still need to write the lambda handlers for the router, and then a ui for reading/sending sms. maybe a dialer. But I've done enough for this morning.
Kind of at a loss as to what to do. I can't really work on the physical hardware where it's at, I'm not physically capable of moving it right now and have nowhere to move it to at the moment. The only things it's the sole repository of are my media library and my personal blogs. I can live without the media indefinitely, but I feel bad about the blog being down.
I _hate_ live-coding interviews, however nice the tools.
"Write this function."
"Ok, now can we make it NOT O(n^2)?"
"Yes, we can. But my normal process would be to walk away for a few minutes, and let my subconscious figure out the painfully obvious solution, but I can't do while you're waiting on the phone."
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