Prins Nikolai William Alexander Frederik (17).
The note from June 16, 2015 is both heartbreaking, beautiful and instills hope.
Writing this I realize that that is not a bad way to sum up what 22 Pistepirkko means to me.
The gist is:
22-p will be 35 years young this year.
We tried to make an album to celebrate
with you all:
Made a bunch of tunes, some of them are really
Brothers fell in a fight ring,
this time it ended ugly.
After several bow wow wows =
22-p needs a pause.
Now we are back in peace/calm.
We'll play these summer gigs
and quit for a while.
When we feel the urge to R&R with 22-p we’ll
continue, as has been the case from 1980 to 2015.
Vote for the Lovelace & Babbage Lego set now!
An excellent project celebrating Lady Ada Lovelace's 200th birthday, by @legolovelace.
I would love to give my niece and nephew one of these - so, join me in voting for it!
Calling social media "SoMe".
Sorry, but that is just... ToMu.
It was quickly recovered, nose cone included.
Best part: seeing the rocket go up.
Worst part: all the armchair philosophers spouting their "advice" on Youtube.
I have had an ungodly number of open pages in my web browser for months.
After one week of vacation, I finally managed to look/read/skim through most of them. It took a week of vacation to amass the energy to do that.
Hopefully I'll get to close those as well, soon.
In the Hacker News discussion of the open sourcing of BitKeeper (oh, the irony (or not, according to its owner)) there was a cool sub-thread about version control systems development back in the day at Sun:
"Their stuff wasn't ready so I kept working but that made them look bad, one guy with some perl scripts outpacing 8 people with a supposedly better language. So their VP came over and said "Larry, this went all the way up to Scooter, if you do one more release you're fired" and set back SCM development almost a decade" - BitKeeper discussion at Hacker News.
"Hey, pop quiz! Which of these languages is the best Lisp dialect?
The answer, of course, is [show it]Perl, because it's the only one of those languages that has both lexical closures and first class anonymous functions. And how sad is that?"Author at Google+ Publisher at Google+