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Had a great time hanging out, learning, and getting inspired by things at #csvconf the last couple of days. Go 🦙!

Any users who are into the nb bookmarking/note taking tool? I recently started to experiment with it and am wondering if there is some good blogging/write ups out there about it. It’s pretty cool.

Can confirm that getting into cool mechanical keyboards has made me at least 60% more productive, where productivity is measured in talking about mechanical keyboards in unrelated settings.

There’s probably a pretty good talk/paper for somebody to write on the comparative trajectories of R-Help’s evolution to today’s R community, as compared to the FSF’s brief rejection and subsequent bear-hugging of RMS.

Big technology weekend for my kiddo: Yesterday he walked through the instructions to set up a new Minecraft server on my little NUC running Ubuntu. And, today, he gets his very own 1Password vault. They grow up so fast.

screenshot showing a Mac OS terminal with a few lines of a config file My .vimrc could probably use a lot more cleanup, but I adjusted it just enough yesterday that I think it appears easy enough to grab for any new machine or server I would happen to use.

I’m just a simple country sociologist, but this fawning pro-NFT article seems quantitatively unsteady with assertions like “assume you instantly zero out 50% commission to double your revenue,” and “just slice your art infinitely to capture more revenue under the demand curve.”

I’ve been using vim long enough that I’m pretty comfortable with it most of the time. I’m always happy to learn more, and the first part of this vim tutorial has some things that I missed the first time I learned the basics.👍