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@djsundog There are other ways to reduce your cookie decorating workload.

Tasty, tasty ways.

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@gaditb Ah! You're looking for a linked-data serialization format that doesn't have to be linearly scanned to look up properties?

Some of this seems to overlap with the design goals of Cap'n Proto[1], which is sometimes a little convoluted ("near and far pointers", for example), but *relatively* straightforward.

Other than that, I'm not aware of too much work in the space. (Not to be interpreted as evidence of it not existing, though.) Good luck!

1: capnproto.org/

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re: holiday baking in Sundogistan continues Show more

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@djsundog Also, if you're doing an event with people who can chip in, we found at least one amenable place on Airbnb as an event space that happened to have a few bedrooms. (And proceeded to host a couple-day "conference" that was fun for a few dozen people.)

Anyway, it had a large kitchen as part of the space, which worked for several people to prepare foods simultaneously, but only like two ovens - probably not something you'd run a class in.

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@djsundog It turns out that there are a number of places that do this in Chicago, at least. (Not colleges, but commercial kitchens you can rent out for events and whatnot.)

I think there's something weird about insurance or something, though, so although a group I hang out with has done it once or twice, it's not as easy as you'd like. (Though I suspect it's easier with experience.)

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@djsundog That inexplicably refuses to acknowledge the existence of flour (or any other ingredient), much less how much it costs, unless you sign up.

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re: strap cutter Show more

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@gaditb A picture that makes you feel nice, but changes every time you look at it?

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holiday baking in Sundogistan continues Show more

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@iliana (It is, however, often considered not the nicest thing to do if neither end needs it, but I believe they won't keep you from doing it.)

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@iliana It does not.

"It's fast, functional and free. Dialing 711, both voice and TRS users can initiate a call from any telephone, anywhere in the United States [...]" fcc.gov/consumers/guides/711-t

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