I just noticed this gem while skimming the list of packages built into Emacs:
landmark neural-network robot that learns landmarks
Yes, Emacs is no ordinary text editor. It’s an operating system, a religion, an entire universe unto itself. Here are a few other winners.
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…and that’s just the built-in ones. Want to get really crazy? Take a look at the add-on packages.
We’re laughing with you, Emacs, not at you, promise! We kid because we love.
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Noticed this gem in Emacs’s built in packages:
“neural-network robot that learns landmarks”
The rest are even better: http://t.co/07jGy7QPsE via Twitter
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Reddit found a few more. Of course!