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Sangwhan Moon @sangwhanmoon Tokyo, Japan | Seoul, Korea

Team lead at a convnet sweatshop pretending to be an AI startup. Also @w3ctag. DocPhil student in NLP @titech. Opinions are mine.

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Joined Twitter 7/22/09


@girlie_mac @torgo Happy birthday to both of you! ...and me.I've had multiple Koreans give me a stink eye because they saw "Japan" on my conference badge. Come on, I can't rea… https://t.co/JeyQvNCJZy
10/27
2019
Linux as a desktop has come a really long way. Closing the lid actually puts the laptop into suspend, wifi works ou… https://t.co/B5x7H0UzNS
10/25
2019
@drogersuk PoE could work as a potential stopgap. By no means perfect, but at least builders can wire with commodit… https://t.co/jN2JGJQIXN
10/19
2019
I follow startup founders as human beings I personally know, not as a company. Turns out that border is very fuzzy.
10/18
2019
@ruari That's promising, so now someone just needs to convince major distributions to ship with bsdtar. @ruari That wouldn't be a bad idea, if BSD also aliases bsdtar to tar then everything would still work, and everyon… https://t.co/u7xLhDFgoT @ruari That definitely feels like a bug (from a user perspective) if anything. Although I'm also sure there is some… https://t.co/d13Y6meL83 @ruari That is an interesting example - haven't looked at the implementation but wonder if that's partially because… https://t.co/0yAjV8pRe2 @ruari Yeah, I agree. For some reason which parts of your core utils will be lax and which will be pedantic seems c… https://t.co/PrxUyqfptE @ruari Yes, I know it is wrong. It's a common mistake - users don't carefully look at the extension, I generally as… https://t.co/PkQQWwUZeA @ruari "Also ship" meaning "tar" invokes BSD tar instead of GNU. @ruari Interesting. Didn't realize this. (Debian user here.) So they also ship with BSD tar instead of GNU tar? Won… https://t.co/FUouzNHufTThat moment when you feel old. Me: "Yeah I did all of my preprocessing with awk, not sure I can give anyone code t… https://t.co/BbrbjInetD @ruari Modern BSD distributions come with libarchive (which BSD tar internally uses) so modern distros do zip (and… https://t.co/LN1EXOYZDh @ourmaninjapan @LeonieWatson @mak_en @TechThomas Thanks. Likewise, no damage; the neighborhood looked perfectly nor… https://t.co/kgVc0F6j9C
10/14
2019
@OatBits Thanks! I feel bad for those who aren't as alright, hope they get some compensation from insurance at least.. @ourmaninjapan The "good stuff" (meaning, Sony..) is getting harder to source, get yours while you can!Update: Tokyo is fully back to normal. Some parts of Japan had power outage last night.
10/13
2019
So, typhoon should be here in a bit. I have tap water in recycled bottles, enough batteries to charge 80 phones, fu… https://t.co/mfq5YxOmuCrsync this me@that: seems to have a weird design quirk. Before even checking if "this" exists (or if you have acces… https://t.co/v2cahLBW60 @k_ch_cucumber 이제는 정말 아무거나 하고 싶은거 해서 제출해도 되는 입장 아닌가요? 그런거라면 논문을..
10/12
2019
It's already yesterday, but an interesting factoid: Korea has a public holiday to celebrate the invention of the Ko… https://t.co/YbTTZrCKfc @dauwhe I second this. I buy the paper book and keep a pirated digital copy for digital access. This says something… https://t.co/VDl599rX9Y
10/9
2019
@tobie I have my doubts about that. :-) @tobie Probably because the person who wrote the tweet is French.Says something about me, not sure what though. https://t.co/Qw5hDAL4WK
10/3
2019
@slightlylate Regardless of the disk bandwidth (which is 2000MB/s sequential), this is weird - S3 leaves the RAM ru… https://t.co/Hbnnl2SLNcToday I was proven stupid: "so for some reason 64GB took an extra second to come back from sleep compared to 32GB w… https://t.co/5qyFlLTOp2 @diekus @marcosc Change your system language to Japanese!
10/2
2019
@littledan @mathias @bhathos @annevk From a technical perspective I think it makes sense to support. @littledan @mathias @bhathos @annevk The other question is if this was to be fixed, where should we relocate the sp… https://t.co/InyVOrDDJAWhatever it is for, the Adobe Creative Cloud system tray thingie on macOS uses CEF. For some clever reason it will… https://t.co/IIyoRAbN7A
10/1
2019
Safari on the new iOS seems to have a habit of randomly treating the back button as a link to about:blank (or something equivalent)
9/30
2019
I did not expect to have to deal with TCL in 2019. I must have committed some serious sins in my previous life.
9/26
2019
So... at work I have a 2017 MBP, which I thought had a sad excuse for a keyboard. Turns out the 2018 is even worse.… https://t.co/QLR69UCeJQ @stommepoes Considering organizations here are on subdomains, spitting out access denied on everything under a subd… https://t.co/Amr9h5upUZApple looking into new keyboard technology to make Macbooks thinner. (Headdesking noises.) @kennethrohde @Kanjo @agektmr @_scottlow It's not weird considering that Felica activation count is most likely connected to a license fee.https://t.co/ptlUOgHUCg (team wiki.. ish tool) has a bunch weird design decisions. If you try to access a page whic… https://t.co/5qmo9BjVvD
9/25
2019
@sayhello The defaults there seem pretty arbitrary too. Debianisms from the 90s? @kinu I asked a cab driver in Fukuoka to take me to Meguro after getting drunk during TPAC.
9/24
2019
The inotify limit defaults on Ubuntu are strangely low. Wonder what the reason for that is.The singularity is here, except it’s cherry picked. https://t.co/bNPXs1mHON https://t.co/UAAkDQDcDf
9/23
2019
Even after all these years in Japan the fact that people here ride a bicycle with an umbrella still astonishes me.
9/22
2019
@ericlaw No physical separation for the second factor is an interesting design choice..
9/21
2019
@padenot thanks a lot for the warm invite to the audio WG, I’ll be there next year as well. (Hopefully)
9/20
2019
@hober @wendy_a_reid Inspired by this maybe https://t.co/31y99enOSe @wendy_a_reid Yes, I’m surprised there isn’t a rice + random stuff corner, that would have been a no brainer..Stuffing my face with miso soup and natto at the last minute after realizing #w3cTPAC lunch will be yet again western food.
9/19
2019
Someone lost their mouse in the miniapp room #TPAC2019 https://t.co/rJjzw1TZLV
9/18
2019
@ericlaw Can I have a Korean copy? @mak_en @stommepoes Sure, say hi if you see me!The wording here sounds a bit like they encourage people to smoke in rooms. https://t.co/ZKz06lwExe
9/17
2019
Ah right, for those who want to teach me a lesson in Japanese (based on experience/study from abroad) - I do happen… https://t.co/D5il3b0t0S @tabatkins Like plush toys. Tangible pokemon.FIND. I can’t spell.Those who keep on asking me about where to fund Pokemon, there is a store in AMU Plaza Hakata City 8F, right nect t… https://t.co/tY0nqI73v4I was wondering why so many Japanese people were at the TPAC venue. Clearly I need more sleep.Interesting TPAC swag. Basically, money.-ish. https://t.co/kBIdKxzSHt
9/16
2019
If you hop on a taxi and ask for “the big hotel next to Yahoo dome” the cab driver seems to know. (I did it in Japa… https://t.co/DCrRlLSBA7 @apes01234 Get a statistics book.Oh FUK, forgot to check in my luggage. No awesome luggage tag for me.Whenever I get a check-in notification mail from the hotel before arriving, I freak out. Every single time. Is this just me?The company with the largest market share of soy milk (51.9%) in Japan is Kikkoman. In a macroeconomic perspective… https://t.co/Tj8oRe4JVZ
9/15
2019
@kinu Interop is definitely going to be an interesting discussion - unless there is a sudden increase of interest from other vendors.This is neat. Curious how long you can keep this around. (Sort of wish this replaces MHT at some point) https://t.co/QGVogppNRG @keunwoochoi Yeah, that was 10 minutes of my life I’m not getting back either..
9/11
2019
@kennethrohde I’m guessing this is a workaround for poorly planned infrastructure - no wired connection so it’s run… https://t.co/3hdkazMEPP @kennethrohde The bit that is bizarre is that this is on wifi!Seeing this message when using Jakarta airport lounge wifi. I’m strongly suspecting that this is running off of som… https://t.co/t97pLtFd99
8/29
2019
@reillyeon This is about as bad as not realizing that people eat toast in front of their laptops @kennethrohde Not to mention you could shove a euro plug in there and only have half the voltage expected, what a strange design choice
8/22
2019
I wish Apple would some day port Grapher to iOS. I know, one can wish. (Or could they open source it? That would be awesome.)
8/19
2019
Companies like Wework are effectively making the life of anyone in the future who wants to do a honest IPO hell. We… https://t.co/QPyCisEQGYGoing to the airport while seeing trees bending over due to wind - I’m sure this is a smart idea.
8/15
2019
@kennethrohde Recycled personal information, for example?
8/14
2019
...how about no, no, no, and no. https://t.co/v3nj03U2Ao
8/11
2019
@stommepoes iOS has no user accessible filesystem, is that better? (There is Files, but it’s pretty much a tech demo if anything) @JoyeeCheung I think the part that is scary is that it only takes one misconfigured server - this has happened in t… https://t.co/S9o7nRSf4D @JoyeeCheung That's both scary and amazing.So.. Disabling audible terminal bell in ChromeOS's Linux Terminal is done by opening the developer console and past… https://t.co/jykFjhzcXK
8/2
2019
Sudden realization: The president of Taiwan has a English name. Literally.
7/31
2019
@atlemo Follow-up question: and what about their giveaway earbuds...
7/17
2019
Wow, replacing Macbook speakers is a *lot* more work than I ever imagined. Did not imagine it being after the logic board.Git feature wish: treat “git clone git clone <repo>” as an alias of “git clone <repo>” or “echo You dumbass”.
7/16
2019
Our new paper: Large Memory Layers with Product Keys https://t.co/eNEcfdJs1c We created a key-value memory layer th… https://t.co/hxmPJSOOLN
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7/15
2019
I think I've encountered the least user friendly API documentation ever: a postscript document which is rotated 90… https://t.co/2r315sJ9HcThe term "Review BIOS" - the concept makes me very uncomfortable. Didn't smartphone companies get in trouble for ov… https://t.co/DFous6V7Ps
7/14
2019
@stommepoes Still, nothing beats npm IMHO.Holy cow. Added one dependency into cargo.toml (reqwests) and it brought 188 packages to the party. Wow. https://t.co/mTgMU2gzN0 @auchenberg @zoom_us I suspect it involves a junior developer, a ticket, and a lack of code review - or a override… https://t.co/qN1OOisBYk
7/9
2019
You 𝘵𝘩𝘪𝘯𝘬 it's 𝒸𝓊𝓉ℯ to 𝘄𝗿𝗶𝘁𝗲 your tweets and usernames 𝖙𝖍𝖎𝖘 𝖜𝖆𝖞. But have you 𝙡𝙞𝙨𝙩𝙚𝙣𝙚𝙙 to what it 𝘴𝘰𝘶𝘯𝘥𝘴 𝘭𝘪𝘬𝘦 with… https://t.co/CQUA5VTItZ
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7/5
2019
@triblondon Machine learn to rm -rf?Everytime I see something that I think is worth spending time reading, I put it in my to-read stack. Today I realiz… https://t.co/Z9H8i2ZlYf @torgo If you want just a phone, yes. (I have both Sailfish and KaiOS) If you want something that connects to the internet.. not really.While the keyboard is being reverted to the last known good revision, might want to revert that touch bar feature t… https://t.co/aAKZRyF4O0
7/4
2019
I think the world needs a standard <plz-install-app> element more than anything else - so it can be reliably blocked.
7/2
2019
@hardmaru Curious question, is Google interested in helping out university labs in Japan? Even with access to a sup… https://t.co/cPrpoVQtAi
6/28
2019
I keep on forgetting that the new iPhones are “supposedly” dual SIM, probably because I have yet to encounter an op… https://t.co/lgIj6EA2P4
6/25
2019

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