Perhaps you’d like to hear the 1967 album Dr Seuss Presents The Cat In The Hat Songbook: Seuss-Songs For Beginning Singers [YT playlist, ~30m] — Side A: Let Us All Sing, The Super-Supper March, My Uncle Terwilliger Waltzes With Bears, In My Bureau Drawer, The No Laugh Race, Plinker Plunker, Hurry Hurry Hurry!, Cry A Pint
Side B: I Can Figure Figures, Somebody Stole My Hoo-Too-Foo-To-Boo-To-Bah, Rainy Day In Utica, N.Y., Lullaby For Mr. Benjamin B. Bicklebaum, Happy Birthday To Little Sally Springel Spungel Sporn, My Uncle Terwilliger Likes To Pat, Yawn Song, The Left-Sock Thievers, Drummers Drumming, Party Parting
I love IntelliJ, I use it every day to create our wAPI
Sci-fi writer Ted Chiang on how Silicon Valley misdiagnoses the AI threat: “The idea of superintelligence is such a poorly defined notion that one could envision it taking almost any form with equal justification: a benevolent genie that solves all the world’s problems, or a mathematician that spends all its time proving theorems so abstract that humans can’t even understand them. But when Silicon Valley tries to imagine superintelligence, what it comes up with is no-holds-barred capitalism.”
Yes, you are correct, WebStorm is a little bit cheaper than other IDEs and is basically included in all of the non-free IDEs.
The use of sexual frustration and weaponized misogyny in the radicalization of young men is consistent across ideologies, and the entitlement that underlies it is not exclusive to fascist movements. – The Consent of the (Un)governed, Laurie Penny on #metoo, neoliberalism, the alt-right and the breaking point the world finds itself at today.