How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

Random Linkage...

Sometimes, what you slap together works better. Six months of work by non-professionals, and the satellite still works twenty years later. They're not supposed to do that, you know.

And it might seem extreme, but there's something very intriguing about these people. Not the sort of life that I want to live (though having an offshore anti-aircraft rig as my home... that'd be awesome), becuase I like going out, and I like the nuance of human interaction. But it's still interesting, and really, with things like ChainRPC, I'm working towards facilitating those- and decentralizing them.

Mental note: I need to write out a list of RPC procedures and the parameters and return types.

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