"Hot network questions"

Trying to answer the question, "Where did they move that command?" in the latest update of some piece-of-shit software, I ended up on Stack Overflow. These helpful suggestions were in the sidebar:

Hot Network Questions:

  • Subtract value from list
  • Best practice for the notation of conditions in cases: 'if' vs 'for' vs ','
  • Why do we use closed-loop feedback in buck converters?
  • How to print the inputted pattern which don't have matching lines?
  • Which atom is a Neutron star made of?
  • AWS Sentinel 2 incorrect cloudy pixel percentage
  • Can a character survive a fall from 2 miles up?
  • How do I motivate that an interstellar spaceship still requires risky spacewalks?
  • CSS or Javascript to hide div that contains specific text
  • How to communicate to my co-workers that they don't have to say "bless you" when I sneeze?
  • Does providing more heat to a pan of boiling water actually make it hotter?
  • How to survive a timeshare promotional trip?
  • How can I tell if a dataframe is of mixed type?
  • Is this graph a planar graph or not?
  • Why does the Conjoined Alliance of Space Travellers keep producing red uniforms?
  • Writing garbage to see if the characters do something interesting?
  • Do separatist nations inherit any national debt?
  • 7405 TTL Chip outputting nothing when given low input
  • Why is a single backslash shown when using quotes
  • #000000 and true black in terminal Emacs colors
  • What does Tonks do when Lupin turns into a werewolf?

Valid questions all, I am sure.

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12 Responses:

  1. apm74 says:

    Especially the Emacs one.

  2. Koleslaw says:

    I actually would like to know what Tonks does when Lupin turns into a werewolf.

  3. Gabriel says:

    A character cannot survive a fall from two miles up, except on certain mainframes.

  4. Mike says:

    The department of redundancy department would like to have a word with the author of "closed-loop feedback".

  5. Louis says:

    Yay for "we need more impressions! Why not post random crap so people get attracted and spend more time on our site!"...

    With most ad blockers nowadays you can right click an element and say "Block element", I've done that for this block of questions on all browsers which I visit StackOverflow with.

  6. pavel_lishin says:

    * How to survive a timeshare promotional trip from two miles up

  7. Anonymous says:

    Stack Overflow occupies this space where it's weirdly revered and highly rated, but all I ever find there is a wasteland of shit and dumbspair. I remember the time I was confronted by a group of people who found it unfathomable that someone might not regularly visit to copy and paste from the rubies and pearls that the site has to offer.

    EVERYONE copies from StackOverflow, period.

  8. RedGrittyBrick says:

    Doesn't it share the same characteristics and fulfil the same need as ...

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