Syntax Coloring

I'm Max. My interests include programming, aeronautics, astronautics and linguistics.

leonsbuddydave:

vim is garbage. emacs is garbage. real programmers write code on notebook paper and OCR it with their phones

I block a major avenue staring down at my hyperrealistic drawing of Sublime Text. I have painstakingly syntax-highlighted it with colored chalk and the blood of a pigeon. I snap a picture with Google Glass and become the machine uprising.

deelekgolo:

It’s the year 4025 and our heroes find themselves in an alien planet.

Protagonist person: Quick hack their system!

Hacker person: *plugs laptop into USB port on alien computer and types “color 0a" and "tree" into windows command prompt*

ipconfig /all

This hotel has one of those Wi-Fi networks that direct your browser to a login page before you’re allowed to browse. I guess you’re supposed to get your credentials from the hotel staff, but the username and password are both hard-coded into the page’s JavaScript, like this:

if (username === "foo" && password === "bar") {
    allowUser();
}

If you get the username or password wrong, it just throws you a JavaScript alert("wrong password") box.

People are lazy. Lazy and inept.