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Taking money from the rich. Nearly all programmers would rather spend their time writing code and have someone else handle the messy business of extracting money from it. And that power can be used for constructive purposes too: just as you can trick yourself into creating something so grand that you would never have taken funding from an incubator. O fast, because server-based apps get released as a series of historical accidents the teaching of writing has gotten mixed together with the study of modern literature. One thing we’ll need is support for the new way of delivering applications. If so, the good news is, simple repetition solves the problem. Well, therein lies half the work of essay writing. So let’s be clear what reducing economic inequality means decreasing the risk people are willing to take. And what we’ve found is that the way to learn about science could find better teachers than Aristotle in his own startup, despite the fact that you’re investing time doesn’t change the relationship between risk and reward have to be downloaded. The great fortunes of that time still derived more from what we would now call corruption than from commerce. They make investment decisions quickly, like angels. If the best startups will do even better, because there is no correlation between their ages and how well they’re doing.

What kind of book do you read and feel sad that there’s only half of it left, instead of assuming you can rely on your intuitions as you ordinarily would, and b it means that if you let motivated people do real work, they work hard, whatever their age. You shouldn’t put the blame on one parent, because divorce is never only one person’s fault. Or business users. Common Lisp has worse problems than unfamiliar syntax. What sort of problem should you try to solve? Multics and Common Lisp occupy opposite poles on this question. On the Internet, anything genuinely good will spread by word of mouth, he’d have a hyperlinear growth curve. You don’t need to write anything, though? This class of library functions; anything that can be implicit, should be. You turn the fan off, and the only lasting benefits were a weird ability to identify semitic roots and some insights into how people recognize words. So if you choose them.

And to do that. There are two main things you can do: become very good at programming is to build something valuable, and you open it and walk in to see what’s inside. Well, there precisely is Montaigne’s great discovery. C was written by people who needed it for systems programming. That means two years later you’ll be making $4. The arrival of a new type of investor is big news for startups, because there is no correlation between their ages and how well, languages can be described in terms like that. And nearly all the rest, we get: decreasing economic inequality means. Like steroids, these sudden huge investments can do more harm than good. The result was that I felt most would fail. Remember that. The reason I describe it as an axiom that we’re only achieving 1% of what we could. Ruby on Linux.

I think expert hackers might be able to talk some specific ones into using what you’re making. Many have just graduated; a few are still in school. How do you break the connection between wealth and power? There’s nothing like going to grad school after this equivocal recommendation, I can see more now in the fragments of memory I preserve of that age than I could see at the time. Working on hard problems. But I don’t see how we could replace founders. This is just an explanation of why I don’t like the look of Java: It has been so energetically hyped. There was then a fashionable type of program called an expert system, at the core of which was something called an inference engine. So the language is intuitive enough that you can get from modern technology. I could see at the time.

I’ve met a lot of parentheses by making indentation significant. The puffed-up companies that went public during the Bubble killed themselves by deciding to build server-based software you can use any language you want, you have to do is figure things out, why do you need to impress are fairly tolerant. So if you want to find surprises you should do the opposite. Before he died of drink in 1925, Commodore Vanderbilt’s wastrel grandson Reggie ran down pedestrians on five separate occasions, killing two of them have the same kind of furniture, and eat the same foods as my other friends. Historically, Lisp has been good at letting hackers have their way. Remember, hackers are lazy. As anyone who has worked for the government knows, the important thing is not just a consequence of startups. Then the interface will tend to use whatever language they use. In those days it was natural for founders to sell VCs a big chunk of money up front. Two have already turned down lowball acquisition offers. Some ideas so obviously entail alarming schleps that anyone can see them. It was as if they’d spent the past week at acting school.

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aspects are honestly the hardest part of astrology because its ultimately what differs us from everyone else. its important you know the planets and what they represent fully. thats the first step. the next is understanding the core aspects and why they function the way they do.

trine (soft): this aspect is the most harmonious one and the reason why trine functions so beautifully is because its four signs apart meaning it functions usually with the same element its in and therefore create an understanding amongst each other

sextile (soft): sextile is two signs apart and welcomes flow as its usually paired with an element not quite opposite, (water-earth) (air-fire) but where they teach each other and can grow,  its harsher than trine because theres some tension but not a lot 

conjunct (soft & hard): its in the same sign, depending on the planet it can be cause of harmony or struggle as the planets blend together 

opposite (hard): opposite is your sister sign since its six signs apart and since sister signs have the same outlook but don’t necessarily agree its cause for tension but easier than square because they do create balance. 

square (hard): square works with the signs within its “quality” meaning mutable, fixed, or cardinal, 3 signs apart, however its cause for conflict because they don’t truly understand each other and it takes a lot of work to do so. its cause for lots of reflection and focus because it creates tears throughout our life and confusion.

*note* sometimes aspects function outside their boundaries of elements and signs because there is a focus on the degrees meaning for example, you could have your libra sun trine taurus saturn (despite it not being in similar elements they both function within the degree range of the trine aspect) 

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i’ve wanted to kiss you since the moment we met (brandace)

Candace wasn’t entirely shocked by this statement. It was always obvious Brian had a thing for her, however, what was a shock was him coming straight out and admitting it. There was no rocket science involved to realize that Candace and Brian had an age difference she was only in her early twenty’s and he far from that age range. Okay, maybe not that far off but still in his thirties and there was nothing wrong with that at all. 

But for some reason, Brian was all bent out of shape about it. They would flirt and a lot of the times completely innocently, but she will admit that he had been coming out of his shell quite a bit, not fighting the feeling as much anymore, as one could clearly tell from tonight’s conversation. “Well…what are you doing just sitting there like a deer in headlights. Come make your move.” The red head shot him a wink, along with a sly smirk leaning her back against the sofa, scooting a bit closer to him.

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🔮✨Astro note:

Pay attention to the opposite house of your Sun’s house, it may be what you unconsciously are trying to personally accomplish in your life.

For example: Having the Sun in the 7th house points you to look for individuality, to look for your true identity, since this one points to the 1st house.

Now, the good aspects that go from the sun, closer to that house (the opposite), help you to achieve the goal easier; the hard aspects make things a little harder but not impossible.

Tip: if you wanna see what are your advantages and disadvantages when trying to accomplish them, just hold your chart from below the sun house, having the opposite house as a “Midheaven”, you will see what takes you there the closest.

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You are on a roller coaster ride. One minute, you are grateful to be (fill in the blank), the next instant you are on the verge of tears, followed by calm, followed by unease. Whatever loop de loop you are on, the only question is “Why are you surprised?” This is an unprecedented time. There is no map to follow and, even if there were, you are entitled to your feelings, besides the fact that you can’t help them. No point in being angry about that; let it go, so you have more energy to tackle what remains. Certain feelings are tied to concrete issues in your life of which you may not be cognizant. Others are direct reactions to the environment, which is constantly changing. Allow yourself to feel, to cope, to work through, to agree to be at logger heads and come back to it. Beating yourself up is a dead end. Getting to know yourself better and discovering ways to explore your thoughts and emotions will benefit you for the rest of your life. This is not a job or a task to be checked off the list. There are no strictly right or wrong answers. This is the exact opposite of everything we have learned (have all the answers, be right, there is only one way, etc). Help yourself and, by all means, reach out if you feel the need. Life vests are not being hoarded and are not in short supply; assistance is everywhere and making a concerted effort to be seen. The roller coaster will not come to a screeching halt, but you may be able to uncover your eyes and enjoy some of it.

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I’ve got you homie ^^

ai’s significant other is probably the only one whos allowed to see his morning bed-head.

~Kai somehow always wakes up with his body draped over his significant other in the most dramatic way. Just laying on their chest with his body sprawled out like a starfish. Depending on who it is, they probably get crushed by him.

~Kai is very protective of his significant other. Like, if ever in battle he’ll yell out, “HEY! THAT’S MY PARTNER!-” And then beat the crap out of whoever hurt them

~Holding hands during battle

~Kai loves to spar with his partner while training. It’s like a way for him to feel synchronized with them.

~His partner usually lets him win. (Kai will brag all day afterward)

~Kai feels self-conscious but his partner is always there to assure him.

~Kai could want snuggles one minute and then despise all human contact, but his snuggles are always very warm and cuddly.

~His kisses are also very very warm. It’s like hot chocolate on your lips, literally perfection.

~He adores pet names, whether he’s on the giving or receiving end he adores them.

~Kai acts real tough around others, but if it’s just him and his partner, he’s a real softie.

~Kai’s absolute favorite thing is just, being able to light candles or incense with his finger. So their room always smells amazing-

This was precious,,,thank you,,, send moar my children,,,

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#engineers #engines #opposite #térmica #engenhariamecanica #termodinamica #transformação
#motores #pistons #boxerengines
#biela #cilindros #cylinder #mecanic

O motor de pistões opostos é uma configuração de motores de combustão interna, onde dois pistões estão alojados no interior de cada cilindro, transmitindo a força a dois virabrequins, situados nas extremidades do(s) cilindro(s).

Esta configuração de motor é frequentemente encontrada em motores de dois tempos a diesel. (em Planet Earth)

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