The Gold Of Microtests: Another? Intro

This entry is part [part not set] of 3 in the series The Gold of Microtests

I made the claim that m-proof, the seemingly valueless dust that microtests give us, is actually gold. Not only that, but it’s gold whose working out clearly connects to the triple focus of our movement: the made, the making, and the maker. Microtests prove that what the geek said is what the computer heard is what the geek wanted. How can such a low-seeming value really be gold? Let’s work it out, eh? The gold of microtesting comes to us […]

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