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Real programmers set the universal constants at the start such that the universe evolves to contain the disk with the data they want.[1]

No, I'm not like that. But I'm trying to suck less every year.

[1]: xkcd

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revised What is the difference between Debian and Ubuntu?
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comment What is the difference between Debian and Ubuntu?
@muntoo: It's a typo. :) Fixed!
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comment Finding out if a FLAC or WAVPACK audio file is NOT originally encoded from a lossy source
no problem, you didn't offend me! I didn't mean to be too serious in my comment as well, it was just a clarification. You gave a good answer, that's why you received 3 upvotes (myself included :)
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comment Why do a system backup when Time Machine already does it?
Yes, you can backup the time machine. But if the backup of your time machine goes wrong, now you have two useless backups. For some other strategies/solutions, check this link (it's old but it's interesting): macworld.com/article/132118/2008/02/timemachine1.html
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