Sometimes I worry the NSA might be spying on me through my desktop's webcam. Then I remember it's Linux and even I can't get it to work.
Clone it, make it, run it, crash it. Fork it, code it, quick, rewrite it. Push it, rage it, hate, disown it. Open sourcing. Open sourcing.
TIL: git commit -m "title" -m "body" -m "another paragraph!" (Also add -e to open the result in $EDITOR to continue editing further.)
Remember when Twitter learned from how the community was using the platform, not the other way around? (Hashtags, retweets, reply-to chains)
How to figure out what to build: 1. Build something, anything. 2. Get frustrated with the hardest parts, build tools to help. 3. Discard #1.