Some people find m4 to be fairly addictive. They first use m4 for simple problems, then take bigger and bigger [..] m4 macros along the way. Once really addicted, users pursue [..] sophisticated m4 applications even [..] more time [..] than doing real work. Beware that m4 may be dangerous for the health of compulsive programmers.
~ GNU M4 1.4.17 macro processor
Month: May 2016
May you always do what you fear to do~ Elliot Hulse
I sometimes make myself do things I’m afraid of. Is that making me do things I don’t want to do? Is thinking to want them or wanting them helping to overcome the fear? Is overcoming the fear making me think that I want them? How can I overcome the fear of doing things just for the sake of overcoming fears? How can I overcome the fear of not doing things to avoid doing them just for the sake of overcoming that fear? How can ^C<(stop right there!)>