In defense of blub studies | benkuhn.nethttps://www.benkuhn.net/blub/
"Blub studies is a never-ending treadmill of engineering know-how."
The fiddly, mundane, bits can be a useful thing to study as opposed to the grand ideas that people might think of at first.
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