> You would want a surprise. After all, what are we trying to do with our technology - we are trying to control the world. And if you will imagine the ultimate fulfillment of technology, when we really are in control of everything, and we have great panels of push buttons whereon the slightest touch will fulfill every wish, you will eventually arrange to have a special red button on it marked "surprise."
Presumably you can only experience a countable infinity of feelings in an eternity, and the set of all possible feelings could be uncountably infinite? But I'm not sure it's relevant, I think he only exhausts all the feelings he himself could potentially feel, not all the feelings any creature could possibly feel.
After changing it back and forth several times and consulting with internet linguist Gretchen McCulloch, I settled on "ok" in my book How To, but I'm still on the fence. Maybe I should just switch to "oK."
Correct, I should have specified. They work fine on desktop, just not on the Android app. Maybe it's just an issue with the app rendering certain characters in comments. I may post an issue on the Github. ("Test.")
EDIT: My quotation marks work fine, as do the quotes in mburch42's comment. I guess the Android app handles comments differently, as the HTML of joeythesaint's link becomes visible.
Agree, AltTextBot's are the only broken ones on Android. All look correct on iOS and on a desktop browser. I think the 'bot is sending quot entity versus the actual quotes and it happens to render wrong on Android (though this theory doesn't follow Occam, which would blame the Android app).
If there's one thing I know about binary, it's that 1+1=10. If there's one thing I know about basic arithmetic, it's that 10-2=8. So if you spend one energy unit, then spend one more, and have a net gain of 8, that sounds pretty perpetual to me.