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All programming languages are abstractions, in some way. Even simplistic ones, like C and x86 assembly, are now quite far from the bare bones of the hardware (at least, in the x86-world) -- there's just too many layers of intermediate translations and optimizations that the CPU does by itself.
RISC architectures are better in that regard, as even x86 CPUs are RISC-like internally nowadays (or so they say), so at least it's more transparent that way.
Then again, as merely a front-end guy, I'm probably not the one to talk. Read the article instead.
- (premium article) Is there Really a Fourth Neutrino
- Why the Best Place to Find Dark Matter May Be in a Rock
- Lightbulb lifetime conspiracy theories that are actually true
- Ghost Kanji in japanese dictionaries
Highlights: easily Tsar-Bomba.
Seen them perform live, also bought the CD.
As for art, here's two depressive japanese artists on twitter:
Land of the Lustrous, a manga series that is qiute stylishly drawn.
I got the first five volumes of it DRM-free in a humble bundle, but I'm not sure if that's currently an option.(Not that any of my two or so readers would have any troubles finding it DRM-free guerilla-style, if you know what I mean)
The CSS should now follow the browser's preferred theme (light or dark). I'm not sure how it works, so whether if it does or not, please let me know.