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submitted 3 weeks ago by [email protected] to c/programmer_humor

From the conclusion:

NAT may be a good short term solution to the address depletion and scaling problems. This is because it requires very few changes and can be installed incrementally. NAT has several negative characteristics that make it inappropriate as a long term solution, and may make it inappropriate even as a short term solution. Only implementation and experimentation will determine its appropriateness.

[-] [email protected] 158 points 1 month ago

Wait till she learns about zombie children

[-] [email protected] 16 points 1 month ago

For extra fun, you can name your variables using solely Unicode invisible characters (e.g. non-breaking space) so they're impossible to visually distinguish

[-] [email protected] 126 points 1 month ago

The monoliths in the US fucking suck, but the ones in Canada are much nicer. I passed one near Toronto and it gave an ominous hum and slowed down so I could pass. Some guy tried tailgating it and got banished, but as long as you aren't a dick, they'll leave you alone.

[-] [email protected] 38 points 2 months ago* (last edited 2 months ago)

That's not what I'm saying at all. I'm saying the rich and powerful have a vested interest in not taking risks that jeopardize their power and wealth, because they have more to lose.

[-] [email protected] 74 points 2 months ago* (last edited 2 months ago)

The reason these models are being heavily censored is because big companies are hyper-sensitive to the reputational harm that comes from uncensored (or less-censored) models. This isn't unique to AI; this same dynamic has played out countless times before. One example is content moderation on social media sites: big players like Facebook tend to be more heavy-handed about moderating than small players like Lemmy. The fact small players don't need to worry so much about reputational harm is a significant competitive advantage, since it means they have more freedom to take risks, so this situation is probably temporary.

[-] [email protected] 18 points 2 months ago

Fun fact: the average sentence for tax fraud is 13 months: https://www.ussc.gov/research/quick-facts/tax-fraud

[-] [email protected] 34 points 2 months ago

That's silly. You don't need 700 rats to drive, just 4: a sighter, a shifter, gas pedal operator, and brake pedal operator.

[-] [email protected] 17 points 2 months ago

I'm woke but I wish I wasn't (chronic insomnia)

[-] [email protected] 22 points 2 months ago

That's 2^64, which means they're probably storing the number of days as an 8 byte integer, and that's the maximum value it can take.

[-] [email protected] 16 points 5 months ago* (last edited 5 months ago)

Damn straight. Beethoven's late sonatas are fucking amazing.

What's he playing in the fourth panel? Waldstein sonata?

[-] [email protected] 53 points 5 months ago

It's true, Lemmy is based on the source of TF2

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Kilrule was here (sh.itjust.works)
submitted 7 months ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]
[-] [email protected] 19 points 7 months ago

Now imagine you accidentally summon a demon with a giant pitchfork and just as you think it's about to tear you to shreds it says "do you have a minute to talk about FreeBSD?"

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