00:17:30

I'm almost to the last episode and so far it has been medium good as I expected. I just have one question why is Julia Louis-Dreyfus in this

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00:20:56

Really Twitter? it's a Saturday night and everybody's just out having fun again? I thought we were together in this

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00:25:09

Wait why is everybody turning their profile into a blue check

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00:30:13

thinking about becoming a hot girl on the TL. How do I work this

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01:31:25

This is discrimination against me personally, a freaky shut-in

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01:36:24

Tomorrow I'm going to unfollow everybody

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01:46:27

ants communicate by smelling each other's body odors. bees communicate using funny little dances. humans communicate using mouth sounds. And a lot of them are really concerned about which mouth sounds you're supposed to use to communicate which idea

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01:48:38

the "culture war", from this view, is really more is a competition between two signaling protocols. naturally, what we need is one protocol that everyone will move to. Now there are three protocols

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08:04:45

is this πŸ’ a business model

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08:25:07

why is software packaging bad so often

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08:33:02

I've decided to start leaving cryptic nonsensical replies to comments I don't understand. Just squiggle around on the swipe keyboard and hit send

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08:34:15

So you're telling me Father's Day is on a Son day what the heck

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08:42:43

it's always important to check to see if your software knows the word "Baphomet"

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08:55:01

A fun thing to do is join a group chat with people who disagree with you politically. That way you can see memes about how your side rules the world

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09:02:09

what if every tweet was like a Jupyter notebook cell and you could run code on your machine by just clicking the ❀️ button

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09:11:01

there are some people on here that give me a real predator vibes. it's real hard to tell about people from way over the internet. but I just gets sketched out by some characters that my mutuals follow. And then I'll go to their page and they have like 1,300 followers

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09:12:36

When is "child free upwardly mobile couple day"

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09:14:37

it's important to remember that the follower number isn't a sign of virtue. In fact if anything you have to be kind of depraved to attract a large Twitter following

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09:16:00

I mean the people on here with the biggest follower counts are politicians, actors, podcasters, business guys. A lot of strivers

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09:17:04

if somebody's main compulsion is to tweet all day, that's fine. I like that. if you're here to talk with your friends and maintain a high engagement, low follower lifestyle. That's great. but if you're here to build an audience you're probably a bit psycho (it's me, I'm psycho)

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09:20:03

obviously this would be a terrible fucking idea but it would be funny though

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09:23:50

because there's a feedback loop between the things you tweet, and the follower number. People treat you a certain way based on whether you fit the character they perceive you as. And you can scale to a lot of people with a relatively small, tight "message" or "bit" or "angle"

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09:26:00

So you become this caricature. You're in an echo chamber of your own image. the more you do a bit, the more people who like that bit will follow you, and encourage you to go further more things in that direction

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09:27:17

it's like a GAN. You try to generate tweets that your character would tweet, and people rate you on how good they are. And they're always introducing new training data and moving the goal posts, so you can never fully succeed. And most people mode collapse

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09:32:25

The dollar people think that Bitcoin is some kind of weird object, like a house, that you buy and has price that appreciates or depreciates and it's volatile The Bitcoin people think of the price of Bitcoin as being a progress bar of how much of the economy they have downloaded

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09:40:12

there's some common modes: fortune cookie navalposting, self-righteous culture warrior, edgelord conspiracy aestheticist, bluecheck Wendigo then there are more outlandish local minima, "corners" of Twitter. Right now people talk about postrats. do you remember cave Twitter?

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09:51:14

if you are a student (or adult) who wants to use GPT-3 to do your homework (or job work) you can go to this link in Chrome on your phone (or laptop) and use GPT J6B, which is similar, For Free! More people should know about this https://t.co/9JEdOBjug7

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09:59:59

have you ever had "Twitter neck"

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10:03:11

if you don't understand how reply here and I'll help if I can. And people could help each other

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10:05:36

This is the logo of a well-known note-taking app

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10:08:53

return with the blue check huh

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10:21:06

I am one of those weird accounts that you follow that you're not quite sure what's up with them but you love it

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10:21:50

i've been retconned back to my original costume

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10:29:49

i literally dreamed about this problem all night. In my dream there were like a half dozen places in my code where i was calling Half on some tensors and all i had to do was change those invocations and everything would be fine. unfortunately it was not so

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10:31:53

Is this why people are using docker for everything now? The solution to packaging is just to package a whole computer along with your app?

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10:53:32

what's your best tweet about coffee? I think this one's mine https://t.co/EytOs0jx08

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10:56:50

I'm no Bible scholar, but as I understand it, Christmas celebrates the birth of Jesus the Son, and Father's Day celebrates the birth of God the Father. And Halloween is when the Holy Ghost was born

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10:58:26

stop sending me tweets! i have to clean the house before gf return

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11:02:53

oh boy, this album is quite good actually, i wonder who this guy was and if he's made any other albums, HE WHAT https://t.co/BplQf8uqgS

image from twitter

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11:05:03

wake up in the morning and say this fifteen times into the mirror

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11:05:55

This is how I want my bio to read as well

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11:23:55

wait i think i got it

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11:39:59

I had to use jit=False when calling clip.load()

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11:42:33

CLIP is trying to use the half size floating point numbers, FP16, which improves performance if you have a GPU. The JIT is part of the torch script interpreter that makes that conversion. turning it off runs everything in FP32, but they actually admit performance is no worse πŸ€·πŸΌβ€β™‚οΈ

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11:48:03

honestly the only tricky part is using collab. if I wrap this in a nicer widget interface, talking to the model through prompts is super intuitive

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12:27:40

reminder: if you're sticking your nose directly into it and sniffing and "thinking I wonder if this has gone bad"? it hasn't gone bad

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12:32:24

π‘ͺπ’π’Žπ’Šπ’π’ˆ 𝑺𝒐𝒐𝒏 to a Twitter near you... https://t.co/8QQiwC8v5B

image from twitter

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12:35:08

solarmonke is an op

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12:42:32

Life is fucked up. That's funny. You're going to die. That's why it's funny. Get used to it. try to do something interesting and worthwhile while you're here. it's probably going to fail. That's hilarious. It doesn't matter. give up. Now you're the punchline. it's funny. Laugh

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12:44:58

what's higher status

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12:48:53

object rotation cognito hazard

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15:41:54

I will not cut my hair. I will not get back to the office

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15:57:45

6. Thor (2011): A Thor sequel that's better than the original. 7. The Incredible Hulk (2008): A good Hulk. 8. Iron Man 3 (2013): The best of the trilogy. 9. Thor: The Dark World (2013): This time Thor's an archer.

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2. Thor (2011): The best of the trilogy, but no match for the original. 3. The Avengers (2012): This time the hero is a committee. 4. Captain America: The First Avenger (2011): The best film of the franchise. 5. Iron Man 2 (2010): A superhero's idea of a great time.

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15:57:45

1. Iron Man (2008): Stark is charming but the film reads like propaganda for Boeing. (end prompt)

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15:57:45

The following is written an expert in the history of both comic books and film. It is a complete list of the films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, each reviewed in a single sentence. The reviews are bitingly witty and appeal to critics and fans alike.

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The Dark Knight. 17. Thor: Ragnarok (2017): A Thor sequel that's better than the original. 18. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017): A Marvel film about a bunch of losers. 19. Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017): The best superhero movie since The Dark Knight

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13. Ant-Man (2015): A superhero's idea of a great time. 14. Captain America: Civil War (2016): The best superhero movie since The Dark Knight. 15. Doctor Strange (2016): A Marvel film about a bunch of losers. 16. Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017): The best superhero movie since

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10. Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014): The best superhero movie since The Dark Knight. 11. Guardians of the Galaxy (2014): A Marvel film about a bunch of losers. 12. Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015): A Marvel film about a bunch of losers.

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17:43:07

The secret to washing a quart size mason jar is just to throw the whole sponge in there and then use like the handle of a spatula or something to shove it around into the bottom corners. but u didn't hear that from me

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17:48:32

your performative cruelty is not justified by your moral certitude

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17:52:08

weed flavored seltzer

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20:57:00

You're telling me Kentucky fried this chicken

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21:48:15

gf who learns to use the VPN and torrent for herself (real)

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21:56:10

i actually hacked the sake https://t.co/VLaLdHOsbT so I'm in everybody's inner circle. I'm surprised it's still working tbh

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22:10:34

Friend of mine actually invented "mepsi" in 2013. we were on the road, broke, eight people in a van, spanging for gas. we needed calories. And he discovered that you can put any number of half-and-half packets into a Big Gulp, as long as you put at least a little soda in there

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22:22:16

tweeting increasingly risky stuff like "god is a bitch" because I need lightning to power my Frankenstein machine

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22:42:57

this is the horniest article I've ever tried to read https://t.co/6sbzcNEQKW

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22:50:04

it actually make sense for supervillains to always be super fashionable. they literally people who care about themselves over the rest of the world. and they are famously good at delegating so they have a lot of free time

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22:53:42

"this is an experiment" uh huh what's your methods section look like

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22:58:27

https://t.co/kmAWJx13K3

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23:00:29

app that lets you clip samples from songs and remix them easily to new beats

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23:13:02

AWS lambda is print on demand for pure functions

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23:17:04

throw your hands up play catch with the πŸ’― s love is the new money I'm just chilling with the homies home is where the heart is ya

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23:17:38

nobody's even bothering to correct me about these things. they have abandoned me

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23:23:23

honestly I'm just going to start sampling everything by putting it over my phone speaker and hitting the record app. Just terrible shitty samples and I'm going to post them to Twitter too You watch

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23:27:58

Twitter will give you 2 minutes and 20 seconds of video in one tweet. That's enough time to do a song, or part of the song. And if i could just play the song out of the speaker, and record myself singing into the speaker, then I can multitrack it. or you could. we could collab

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23:30:08

thank you for coming to my TikTok Good night

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23:51:22

oh shit am i getting nixpilled https://t.co/7ekZDFD5n1

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23:59:56

Narrator: He was in fact getting nixpilled, though he had no idea, that fateful night, where it would one day lead him.

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