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yifanlu on IDA PRO 6.5 and Hex Rays ARM Decompiler suddenly a lot cheaper... -
"Yes, I had a problem with incorrect output from arm decompiler and within hours Igor had a patch sent to me that works. It's definitely worth it for those who want to do serious work." - Yifan Lu
I am glad I'm not black. And that's not racist because I'm not white. Okay, that one might be racist.
A challenge: try to sing along to a pop song on the radio you've never heard before. See if your made up lyrics are accurate or even better.
Every time you miss a shot into the waste basket, that's God's punishment for laziness.
I could never learn how to spell Audrino... Ardurino... Arr... ah screw it.
Every time I hear the base drop, I think "shit, I'm at the wrong party" Hacker me: awesome! Software engineer me: WTF, instead of hacking, maybe you should just write better code...
Everyone has their embarrassing cringy phase. Mine was taking reddit seriously.
As boring as my life is, it's still not as bad as the NSA agent spying on me.
Ever start talking and halfway through realize you have no idea what you're saying at all but top priority is now making sure nobody knows?
I don't get it A&F. You're a clothing company but all your models are naked. I mean do you sell douchy T-Shirts or softcore porn?
You've obviously never asked a group of programmers to come up with a team name.
yifanlu on Two different P4G cartridges creating two separate saves? -
"Not gonna work, sorry. Saves are signed and encrypted. You can change the folder names all you want but the data with the region info stays the same." - Yifan Lu
My apartment number is the Forbidden HTTP status. No one is allowed in.
RT @yifanlu_ebooks: Just learned about iOS development and start praying.
RT @hodgman: Revisiting Twin Peaks in anticipation of Blue Rose day, I am moved to say that @DAVID_LYNCH as Gordon Cole is really the best.
Most people use race to find their "token" friends. I use the enneagram.
My productivity is always inversely proportional to the amount of phone battery I have left at the end of the day.
yifanlu on To make elite schools 'fair,' city will punish poor Asians -
"I attended middle school in a somewhat low income school district. While it wasn't as bad as stories I've head of elsewhere (like the neighboring school), it still had a 68% standardized test pass rate for math and lower for reading. I think it was 50-60% African American but there were not a lot of Hispanics or Asians (maybe there was 1% Asian). The difference I found between myself and some other Asians versus my other peers is that our parents cared a lot more about how we did in school. A lot of these kids are not being pushed by their parents to succeed mostly because they have a lot of things to deal with (job, relationships, food, etc) and school is less about education and more about keeping them busy and away from home/streets. That's why I think any solution that's more than band-aid can't just be changing tests or making people less lazy." - Yifan Lu
yifanlu on To make elite schools 'fair,' city will punish poor Asians -
"I'm sure there's poor and lazy people of all races. I think any solution where you have to pick up or put down a race isn't a solution. However, as noted by the author at the end, it seems to be these politicians and activists who are claiming this; not these low income people as a whole." - Yifan Lu
yifanlu on To make elite schools 'fair,' city will punish poor Asians -
"To be fair, it's a lot more complicated than Blacks and Latinos (the two groups mentioned in the article) being "lazy and aren't interested in working hard." While this isn't the solution, we shouldn't just dismiss them." - Yifan Lu
If you draw two straight lines on a board and forget the label, you've just drew an entire semester of macroeconomics.
In the latest installment of Xbox's mixed messaging and 180s, Microsoft shuts down their Xbox TV entertainment division.
Remember Google Wave? Me neither.
yifanlu on TIL water damage does *not* void the warranty, but opening the case does. -
" > Nintendo's warranty does not cover physical damage (such as a cracked screen on a handheld unit, liquid damage, or scratched game discs)." - Yifan Lu
Pick your friends well. Pick your roommates better.
Technically, the company should be called Concurrents, not Parallels.
0x33 is '3' in ASCII. This. Changes. Everything.
RT @winocm: @yifanlu really it’s more of “make it work” and “pray it works properly”.
When it comes down to it, there's only two parts in exploitation. Finding out what assumptions are made. Then breaking those assumptions.
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