Wow.

### Computers Ruin Memory

The more traditional Aram Chantat still tended to regard literacy as a weakness, liable to undermine the imagination and the memory.

### Lazy Learning

I mean lazy as in lazy evaluation, not lazy as in work ethic.

### Freeish Foods

Some foods have no real (harmful) nutrition, so adding them is basically free flavor.

### Vegetarian Cooking

I’m not a vegetarian, and with the sad state of vegetarian cooking in a lot of restaurants, I’ll probably not be for a while. Here’s some tips for doing it right.

### Crappy Vim Advice I've Seen

I’ve seen this way too often.

### Googling "Why do people die?"

Search why do people die and you get a bunch of religious groups and crap like “because Eve ate an apple”.

### Tagline to describe category theory

Category theory focuses on the relations between objects. So this motto seems appropriate.

### Some Harsh (And Great) Advice

From Dale Carnegie’s How To Win Friends And Influence People, said to Benjamin Franklin.

### The Root Of Computation

Recursion is the root of computation since it trades description for time.

### How Do Companies Rank, According To Each Other

You know how companies tend to make rather self-serving charts to show how they’re number one in their field? (even though that can’t be true for everyone)

### Changing GHCi Prompt

It’s not at all necessary, but it looks super cool to quote The Venture Bros.

### Shougo

Shougo Matsu is scary when it comes to GitHub issues. No one, and I really do mean no one, fixes them as fast as him. And he has a lot of popular, well-maintained projects. I don’t think he even does Haskell programming, and yet he does a lot of work on an autocomplete source for it.

I love emacs. The consistent interface, strong scripting language (even if elisp has dynamic scope), and easy extensibility make it a joy to use. Just off the top of my head, emacs has these applications to make it worth living in: