Exposing processor features to dynamic languages

It always causes me exquisite pain to see someone laboriously copying down a long number from their computer screen, just to type it in to another window or application. Doesn't it for you?

After all, doesn't everyone know about the cut-copy-paste keys? I'm talking about selecting text with your cursor and using control-C for copy and control-V for paste.

Dynamic Languages take over the internet

What would happen if you were hauling a trailer down the road, and suddenly you realized that the trailer you thought you were pulling passes you on the highway. (Which I guess can actually happen, I just saw a video capture of this exact disaster, happening to a trucker). You might not feel kind of blind-sided!

This is kind of the way I feel when a technology trend sneaks up on me and suddenly I feel like I'm way behind the curve.

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