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  • Operating Multichain tokens on a unilateral token bridge (BSC <> SOLANA)
    2 projects | | 14 Mar 2024
    I created my token metadata and stored it on gitlab as a snippet, then stored it on gitlab as a snippet although it is advisable to store metadata on immutable storages like arweave. Regarding the token metadata json structure, you can read more about the different token standards well-explained on metaplex's website
  • Ask HN: What's your "it's not stupid if it works" story?
    8 projects | | 22 Dec 2023
    I wrote it up in a bit more detail[1], so I'm giving away the punch line here, but I used to use some cursed bash wrappers to smuggle my bashrc and vimrc along on ssh sessions to mostly-ephemeral hosts by stashing them in environment variables matching the LC_* pattern allowed by default for pass-through in debian-ish sshd configs.


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  • I've created a Violentmonkey script that makes nested labels based on the label name
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    The script can be found here: Direct download link for Violentmonkey:
  • Publishing to F-Droid
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    To configure your repository for Fastlane, follow the directions outlined in this snippet.
  • Quick Guide to Mouse Clicking in C#
    1 project | | 25 Sep 2023
    and thats it! Working example:
  • LLMs trained on “A is B” fail to learn “B is A”
    1 project | | 23 Sep 2023
    It's being downvoted because it's the opposite of helpful and curious.

    Go read this discussion I had with GPT-4:

    I wanted to get a feeling for the distinction philosophers used between "syntax" and "semantics", as well as exploring what someone in that camp would say about "concepts" and "understanding". The conversation seemed rational; just to make sure it wasn't way off base, I sent it to a friend of mine who had trained in philosophy, and he said he agreed with GPT-4 (and specifically, he didn't say "that's not what those terms mean in philosophy at all").

    Now consider the sentence:

    $SUBJECT $VERB the philosophical $NOUN of syntax and semantics well enough to apply it to my example of an adder circuit.

    If $SUBJECT was "my nephew", then the most natural words to use for $VERB and $NOUN are "understood" and "concepts". What words should we use when $SUBJECT is "GPT-4"?

    I submit to you that the most natural words to use in the context remain the same.

    And in fact, "Of all places on the internet", I'd expect a forum filled with programmers to be very "functionalist". We spend our entire lives bridging the gap between "syntax" and "semantics" -- taking mechanical interactions and creating meaning out of them.

  • Nvidia Announces Financial Results for Second Quarter Fiscal 2024
    2 projects | | 23 Aug 2023
    AMD seem to be catching up quickly lately. I'm running Stable Diffusion, Llama-2, and Pytorch on a 7900XTX right now. Getting it up and running even on an unsupported Linux distro is relatively straightforward. Details for Arch are here:

    The HIP interface even has almost exact interoperability with CUDA, so you don't have to rewrite your code.

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