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Product Name: Impromptu

Brand Tagline: Unleash your Creativity, Promptly!

Product Description:

Impromptu is an innovative and intuitive tool designed to ignite the creative spark within language model users. Whether you're a writer, a poet, or simply someone who loves to explore the depths of imagination, Impromptu is here to inspire and unleash your linguistic genius.

With Impromptu, you can bid farewell to writer's block and embrace a world of endless possibilities. Our advanced algorithm seamlessly generates a wide array of prompts tailored to your specific needs and preferences. We understand that every creative mind is unique, so Impromptu offers a diverse range of genres, themes, and styles to cater to your individual tastes.

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Created April 12, 2023 19:36
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Last active August 25, 2021 04:39
How to install Deno

How to install Deno

To install Deno, run the installation script, and add the lines to your profile. Here it is for ~/.zshrc. The Deno install script doesn't automatically add it to the end. Rather than do it manually, I have a little script that does it.
curl -fsSL | sh
# chems

function wow() {
for (let i=1; i <= 100; i++) {
let s = '';
if (i % 3 == 0) s += 'Fizz';
if (i % 5 == 0) s += 'Buzz';
console.log(s.length ? s : i);

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Last active March 21, 2018 03:06
bored> prompt zsh theme

bored oh-my-zsh theme

In The Bipolar Lisp Programmer one student has bored> for a prompt.

I made an oh-my-zsh theme for this. It's super simple.

To use it:

import React from "react";
import { render } from "react-dom";
const curve = (start, control1, control2, end) => {
return [
start.join(" "),
control1.join(" "),
control2.join(" "),