Liked: GNU Emacs and XEmacs Schism
Two sides to everything
No matter what “it” is, there are usually at least two sides to it. Usually there are some good, and some bad and a lot in between.
It is always important to be able to analyse stuff from multiple angels and viewpoints. Because it is easy to look at it from where you stand. But how does someone more conservative think about it? Someone more radical? Different groups of the society?
Each of them will react differently to different arguments.
Three of my favourite Clojure methods: assoc-in, get-in, dissoc-in.
It was when I discovered these methods when I got it. This language is designed to work with immutable types. And it is easier than working with mutable types in most languages.
A Pile of Pencils
The moment I got home after recieving the Clasroom Friendly Sharpener through eBay and tested it out on a few pencils I started to consider ordering another one. Because it is the only sharpener I want to use.
I did not do that. But instead I found a pen case or pouch at home and sharpened 24 pencils on both ends and started to carry that. The pouch I found at home have since been replaced by one from Nock. But the same principle stands.
Instead of doing what I did in the beginning, where I used up on pencil before moving on to the next, I now carry a lot of sharp pencils. And I use one after another and then re-sharpen them when I get home. Not usually every single day, but 2-3 times a week. But I usually stick to one pencil and re-sharpen it as often as I need when I am at home.
I still carry the KUM Masterpiece though, just in case, but I have never needed it.
I first go this game on my iPhone, during Christmas, I think. And I played it some. Then I re-purchased it the day I got my Switch. And this game is really awesome. The artwork is beautiful, and the game play is a interesting play on a puzzle game. The main thing is slowing puzzels to move on, but some stuff are still time sensitive like on a side scroller.
Awesome game, not that expensive, and I recommend getting it either on the Switch or on iOS. I prefer the Switch version, but I would not say that it is better there. I just prefer not having any games on my Phone