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Laetitia@Work
What if generative AI was actually underwhelming? Laetitia@Work #69
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Essays - Benedict...
Looking for AI use-cases We’ve had ChatGPT for 18 months, but what’s it for? What are the use-cases? Why isn’t it useful...
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We’ve had ChatGPT for 18 months, but what’s it for? What are the use-cases? Why isn’t it useful for everyone, right now? Do Large Language Models become universal tools that can do ‘any’ task, or do we wrap them in single-purpose apps, and build thousands of new companies...
Moneyness
Thoughts on the Tornado Cash defence and what happens when everyone adopts it Payments companies are regularly punished for engaging in money laundering. MoneyGram, for instance,...
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Payments companies are regularly punished for engaging in money laundering. MoneyGram, for instance, has has to pay multiple fines. Western Union was famously busted in 2017. Meanwhile, Cash App is being probed as we speak for inadequate anti-money laundering controls. In the...
Classical Wisdom
Plato On Knowledge What is True?
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ᕕ( ᐛ )ᕗ Herman's...
How the internet became shit I recently replaced the battery on my iPhone 8 (it's the perfect smartphone; fight me) in an attempt...
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I recently replaced the battery on my iPhone 8 (it's the perfect smartphone; fight me) in an attempt to prolong its life by a few more years. However, the iStore service centre required that the phone be wiped to comply with the POPIA act prior to any kind of service work...
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We are a place of business After the disastrous launch of their Gemini AI, which insisted that George Washington was actually...
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After the disastrous launch of their Gemini AI, which insisted that George Washington was actually Black and couldn't decide whether Musk's tweets or Hitler was worse, Google's response was timid and weak. This was just a bug! A problem with QA! It absolutely, positively wasn't a...
Artificial Ignorance
AI Roundup 063: Llama 3 April 19, 2024.
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The Works in...
How Israel turned homeowners into YIMBYs A housing success story
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Contemporist...
This New House Was Designed To Fit Into A Protected Historic Neighborhood Architecture firm FLOWER, together with interior design studio Saltwolf, has completed a new home in...
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Architecture firm FLOWER, together with interior design studio Saltwolf, has completed a new home in Boulder, Colorado, whose design was inspired by the nearby historic houses in the neighborhood.
A Collection of...
Gap Week: April 19, 2024 (Manor Lords First Impression) Hey folks, this week is a bit of a gap week as I am heading out to the annual meeting of the Society...
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Hey folks, this week is a bit of a gap week as I am heading out to the annual meeting of the Society for Military History (and, indeed, by the time you read this, I will be there). Normally, I post the abstract of my conference talk for these sorts of things, but since I …...
SatPost by Trung...
Roger Ebert, MKBHD and the Job of a Critic The best critics (or reviewers) educate, entertain and help us spend our time better.
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Dan Slimmon
Garden-path incidents Barb’s story It’s 12 noon on a Minneapolis Wednesday, which means Barb can be found at Quang. As the...
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Barb’s story It’s 12 noon on a Minneapolis Wednesday, which means Barb can be found at Quang. As the waiter sets down Barb’s usual order (#307, the Bun Chay, extra spicy), Barb’s nostrils catch the heavenly aroma of peanuts and scallions and red chiles. A wave of calm moves...
Data Boutique
The Web Data Landscape Map: Visualizing The Ecosystem Mapping actors and solutions
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Both Are True
the detonator no, i will not 'grieve' my pre-parent self
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Seth's Blog
Dreams, plans and contradictions Dreams are fine. And dreams involve contradictions. We want this AND that, but both can’t happen....
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Dreams are fine. And dreams involve contradictions. We want this AND that, but both can’t happen. That’s what keeps them from being plans. Plans embrace boundaries and reality, they don’t ignore them. Plans thrive on scarcity and constraints. Plans are open for inspection, and a...
xkcd.com
Eclipse Path Maps
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Out-of-Pocket Blog
Musings on CVS, two-way negotiation, and dynamic pricing | Out-Of-Pocket + we're hosting another dinner! and courses ending!
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AFAR Media - Travel...
Five Great Places to Visit on Your Next Vacation to Florida
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Arduino Blog
Machine learning makes fabric buttons practical The entire tech industry is desperate for a practical wearable HMI (Human Machine Interface) right...
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The entire tech industry is desperate for a practical wearable HMI (Human Machine Interface) right now. The most newsworthy devices at CES this year were the Rabbit R1 and the Humane AI Pin, both of which are attempts to streamline wearable interfaces with and for AI. Both have...
Handprinted - Blog
Meet The Maker: Lisa Stubbs Hi, I'm a printmaker and illustrator living in the Holme Valley in Yorkshire, with a little print...
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Hi, I'm a printmaker and illustrator living in the Holme Valley in Yorkshire, with a little print studio in the neighbouring Colne valley.   Describe your printmaking process. Playful and experimental! I love being curious during my process, combining different processes together...
Working Theorys
The Taste Discount Everything is easier when tastes align.
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Nat Eliason's Essays
The Window of Opportunity is Here Don't get stuck in neutral
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Jim Nielsen’s Blog
Consistent Navigation Across My Inconsistent Websites Anything I ship to my personal domain jim-nielsen.com is made using IDD: impulse driven...
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Anything I ship to my personal domain jim-nielsen.com is made using IDD: impulse driven development. I can convince myself that just about anything is a good idea at the time. But in retrospect my rationales are quite often specious. At one point in the past, I decided that I...
The Modern House
Water's Edge: five homes that take in Britain’s rugged coastline  In the UK, you’re never more than 70 miles from the sea, but why put any distance between your home...
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In the UK, you’re never more than 70 miles from the sea, but why put any distance between your home and the shifting shoreline? The pull of our luminous and varied coastline is undeniable, which is why we’ve found five homes a stone’s throw from […]
Quanta Magazine
Hopes of Big Bang Discoveries Ride on a Future Spacecraft Physicists and cosmologists will have a new probe of primordial processes when Europe launches the...
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Physicists and cosmologists will have a new probe of primordial processes when Europe launches the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA) next decade. The post Hopes of Big Bang Discoveries Ride on a Future Spacecraft first appeared on Quanta Magazine
The Rational Walk
Free Articles! A selection of fifteen formerly paywalled articles
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Probably...
What does a confidence interval mean? Here’s another installment in Data Q&A: Answering the real questions with Python. In general, I will...
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Here’s another installment in Data Q&A: Answering the real questions with Python. In general, I will try to focus on practical problems, but this one is a little more philosophical. confidence What does a confidence interval mean?¶ Here’s a question from the Reddit statistics...
The Marginalian
Shame and the Secret Chambers of the Self: Pioneering Sociologist and Philosopher Helen Merrell Lynd... "Experiences of shame throw a flooding light on what and who we are and what the world we live in...
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Construction Physics
The Katerra Team Rides Again: ONX Homes Regular readers of Construction Physics know that I formerly worked for the construction startup...
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Regular readers of Construction Physics know that I formerly worked for the construction startup Katerra, which raised several billion dollars in venture capital in the hopes of revolutionizing the construction industry, and then went bankrupt. In fact, it was my experiences at...
Trying to Understand...
Stop Making Sense. There are no "why"s in our world.
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History Today Feed
Columbine 25 Years On Columbine 25 Years On JamesHoare Wed, 04/17/2024 - 09:42
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diamond geezer
Exiting Noak Hill I said I wasn't going to make a habit of this, and I'm not, but I've ticked off two more. The...
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I said I wasn't going to make a habit of this, and I'm not, but I've ticked off two more. The black ticks are all the crossings I've crossed and the latest two are the pair just northeast of Noak Hill. I walked out of one and back in via the other. In the middle were...
macwright.com Micro
Takeaway from using CO₂ monitors: run the exhaust fan For the last few years, I’ve had Aranet 4 and AirGradient sensors in my apartment. They’re fairly...
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For the last few years, I’ve had Aranet 4 and AirGradient sensors in my apartment. They’re fairly expensive gadgets that I have no regrets purchasing – I love a little more awareness of things like temperature, humidity, and air quality, it’s ‘grounding’ in a cyberpunk way. But...
99% Invisible
Anything’s Pastable: Eat Sauté Love [EPISODE] This week we’re featuring an episode from The Sporkful’s series on the creation of “Anything’s...
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This week we’re featuring an episode from The Sporkful’s series on the creation of “Anything’s Pastable,” Dan Pashman’s new pasta cookbook. In part two of “Anything’s Pastable,” Dan embarks on an epic trip across Italy in search of lesser-known pasta dishes — and to learn about...
The History of the...
The Analog Web On reclaiming the web's lost humanity, and the people still very much trying to do it. The post The...
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On reclaiming the web's lost humanity, and the people still very much trying to do it. The post The Analog Web appeared first on The History of the Web.
Wanderingspace
Eclipse 2024 from Space https://twitter.com/ThePlanetaryGuy
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Blog - Practical...
Connecting Solar to the Grid is Harder Than You Think [Note that this article is a transcript of the video embedded above.] On June 4, 2022, a small piece...
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[Note that this article is a transcript of the video embedded above.] On June 4, 2022, a small piece of equipment (called a lightning arrestor) at a power plant in Odessa, Texas failed, causing part of the plant to trip offline. It was a fairly typical fault that happens from...
Society's Backend
Know Your Benchmarks How the Chatbot Arena leaderboard for LLMs works and why it’s important to understand
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Saturday Morning...
Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - Learn Click here to go see the bonus panel! Hovertext: Sitting in detention for having done nothing wrong...
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Click here to go see the bonus panel! Hovertext: Sitting in detention for having done nothing wrong is, however, excellent training for service sector work. Today's News: Lovely review for Bea Wolf.
Steve Blank
Founders Need to Be Ruthless When Chasing Deals One of the most exciting things a startup CEO in a business-to-business market can hear from a...
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One of the most exciting things a startup CEO in a business-to-business market can hear from a potential customer is, “We’re excited. When can you come back and show us a prototype?” This can be the beginning of a profitable customer relationship or a disappointing sinkhole of...
Rest of World -...
How we’re tracking AI incidents around global elections Rest of World is collecting examples of AI being used for campaigning, misinformation, and memes in...
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@Westenberg Feed -...
AI in 2024: a brief state of play. AI is fucking everywhere. Companies seem intent on pushing it into every possible sector, impacting...
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AI is fucking everywhere. Companies seem intent on pushing it into every possible sector, impacting how we live, work, create, consume and interact. In 2024, the growth of AI has been characterised by rapid, if unsettling, advancements, if somewhat forced, adoption, and some...
Anecdotal Evidence
'The Most Intense Enthusiasm for Good Literature' I was reading an interview with X.J. Kennedy when this line touched me unexpectedly: “He was, of all...
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I was reading an interview with X.J. Kennedy when this line touched me unexpectedly: “He was, of all the people I ever met, the one who had the most intense enthusiasm for good literature.” Spoken by another, this might amount to glibly rendered bullshit, the sort of thing junior...
Maps Mania
Spikkin Scots
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Daniel Marino
Why I Still Prefer to Prototype Using Code There are several design apps available at a product designers disposal, and I’ve used several of...
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There are several design apps available at a product designers disposal, and I’ve used several of them over the years. I think these days, most everyone is using Figma, but whatever app you’re using—most of them typically have some sort of prototyping feature. Typically they have...
tomcritchlow.com
Working With Founders Who Have Conviction and Taste Consulting can be easy money. Fleecing clients for cheap tricks. Clients have problems, you have...
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Consulting can be easy money. Fleecing clients for cheap tricks. Clients have problems, you have powerpoints. It’s easy to flip a few quick slides into a chunk of cash and cackle off into the mountains.
Mazdak
Should You Rent or Buy a Home in Today's Market? In today's Canadian housing market, the age-old question of renting versus buying feels more...
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In today's Canadian housing market, the age-old question of renting versus buying feels more pressing than ever. Soaring property values and rising interest rates have created a complex landscape, leaving many wondering: is homeownership still the golden ticket to building...
Noahpinion
Why so many of us were wrong about missile defense Writing about military spending is difficult.
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Archinect - Features
AI is Good For Architects (For Now) In the final chapter of Archinect In-Depth: Artificial Intelligence, Niall Patrick Walsh reflects on...
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In the final chapter of Archinect In-Depth: Artificial Intelligence, Niall Patrick Walsh reflects on the historical relationship between architecture and technology, charting a trajectory for the potential impact of artificial intelligence on the future of the architectural...
Common Edge
Randy Fertel on the Power and Peril of Creative Improvisation A lively talk with the author about his new book, Winging It.
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NeuroLogica Blog
Using AI To Create Virtual Environments Generative AI applications seem to be on the steep part of the development curve – not only is the...
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Generative AI applications seem to be on the steep part of the development curve – not only is the technology getting better, but people are finding more and more uses for it. It’s a new powerful tool with broad applicability, and so there are countless startups and researchers...
Old Structures...
Lucy Moses Award: 486 Liberty Avenue You can read about the building in the awards program: here. The short version: this was a very...
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You can read about the building in the awards program: here. The short version: this was a very ornate police precinct house constructed in 1892, when Brooklyn was still an inexpedient city, and abandoned for quite some time. Here’s what the interior looked like the first time we...
The Map is Mostly...
Why Buy a House (or Land)? A lesson in ignoring economics
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Quantum Frontiers
How I didn’t become a philosopher (but wound up presenting a named philosophy lecture anyway) Many people ask why I became a theoretical physicist. The answer runs through philosophy—which I...
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Many people ask why I became a theoretical physicist. The answer runs through philosophy—which I thought, for years, I’d left behind in college. My formal relationship with philosophy originated with Mr. Bohrer. My high school classified him as a religion … Continue reading →
Maggie Appleton
On Openings Essays, Conferences Talks, and Jam Jars
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Koos Looijesteijn
Your app is not a product
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African History...
a brief note on the intellectual contributions of African scholars in the diaspora the biography of a West African mathematician in Cairo.
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bunnie's blog
Control and Autofocus Software for Chip-Level Microscopy This post is part of a series about giving us a tangible reason to trust our hardware through...
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This post is part of a series about giving us a tangible reason to trust our hardware through non-destructive IRIS (Infra-Red, in-situ) inspection. Here’s the previous posts: This post will discuss the control software used to drive IRIS. Above is a screenshot of the IRIS machine...
SOCKS
“I called them Ghosts”. Visual Poems and Sequences by George Wylesol George Wylesol is a Baltimore-based artist who primarily produces illustrations and comic-like...
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George Wylesol is a Baltimore-based artist who primarily produces illustrations and comic-like sequences of drawings, often accompanied by written text in the form of short poems. His works blend mundane objects and settings with surreal plots and visual associations, resulting...
Paolo Amoroso's...
Testing the Practical Common Lisp code on Medley <![CDATA[When the Medley Interlisp Project began reviving the system around 2020, its Common Lisp...
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<![CDATA[When the Medley Interlisp Project began reviving the system around 2020, its Common Lisp implementation was in the state it had when commercial development petered out in the 1990s, mostly prior to the ANSI standard. Back then Medley Common Lisp mostly supported CLtL1...
TheCollector
What Was the Importance of Caesarea in Christianity? undefined
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A Smart Bear
Learn by Copy In America we're trained that all copying is bad; of course plagiarism is, but perhaps we're...
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In America we're trained that all copying is bad; of course plagiarism is, but perhaps we're throwing the baby out with the bathwater.
journal – Winnie Lim
messy thoughts while in hong kong I haven’t been well since my birth day. The very next day I woke up with elevated heart rate again –...
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I haven’t been well since my birth day. The very next day I woke up with elevated heart rate again – I am more aware of this because I use a bunch...
Christopher Butler...
Periodical 18 – A Personal Web I am building a personal web. My name is Chris and I am a data hoarder personal...
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I am building a personal web. My name is Chris and I am a data hoarder personal archivist. Current status of my “_archive” volume: 741,637,054,464 bytes (741.64 GB on disk) Audio: 267,269,859,244 bytes (267.29 GB on disk) for 8,902 items Images: 24,176,297,844 bytes...
Seeking Wisdom
Modeling Life: Equilibrium This is my 2nd post summarizing the key takeaways I got from reading the book Modeling Life. I...
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This is my 2nd post summarizing the key takeaways I got from reading the book Modeling Life. I recommend reading my earlier post first to get a good grounding on the foundations covered in the book. A system can exhibit three different types of behavior: equilibrium, oscillation,...
devonzuegel.com
Part 6: Is the proposed new city in California climate resilient? A new city has been proposed in California, and I’ve never been more captivated by a vision for the...
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A new city has been proposed in California, and I’ve never been more captivated by a vision for the future of my home state in my lifetime. This post is part of a series I’m writing about this bold proposal. One of the biggest questions I had when I first learned about this...
Citation Needed
Issue 55 – Halving a bad time The bitcoin "halving" looms, and that may not be as good news as coiners hope. Also, Terra committed...
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The bitcoin "halving" looms, and that may not be as good news as coiners hope. Also, Terra committed fraud and Uniswap got a Wells notice.
Flashbak
A Painted Treatise on Cats From 19th Century Thailand This manuscript containing 12 paintings of different types of cats is in the format of a samut khoi,...
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This manuscript containing 12 paintings of different types of cats is in the format of a samut khoi, a Thai folding book that opens from top to bottom. It was made in the 19th century in central Siam (now Thailand) by an unknown artist. Such folding books were typically made from...
Engineers Need Art
VPX Scripting - Part 1 (Teacher's Pet) The first in a series of posts about scripting Visual Pinball tables.
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The Ruffian
Why Does Being Left-Wing Make You Unhappy? The Ideological Well-Being Gap
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Dan Quach Blog
Vietnam Grandma and the Vietnam WarWhen I was young, friends would visit, and there was one photo on the...
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Grandma and the Vietnam WarWhen I was young, friends would visit, and there was one photo on the shelf that caught their attention in my room.  It was a photo of an elderly Caucasian lady and their first question to me was, “How come you didn’t take the stock photo out of the...
Eukaryote Writes...
Carl Sagan, nuking the moon, and not nuking the moon Most of us go about our lives comforted by the thought “I would never drop a nuclear weapon on the...
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Most of us go about our lives comforted by the thought “I would never drop a nuclear weapon on the moon.” The truth is that given a lot of power, a nuclear weapon, and a lot of extremely specific circumstances, we too might find ourselves thinking “I should nuke the moon.”
nanoscale views
Electronic structure and a couple of fun links Real life has been very busy recently.  Posting will hopefully pick up soon.   One brief item. ...
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Real life has been very busy recently.  Posting will hopefully pick up soon.   One brief item.  Earlier this week, Rice hosted Gabi Kotliar for a distinguished lecture, and he gave a very nice, pedagogical talk about different approaches to electronic structure calculations. ...
Twelve Mile Circle –...
Dayton, Ohio Part 2 (Take a Walk) Dayton is decently sized place with about 130,000 residents in the city proper and about 800,000 in...
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Dayton is decently sized place with about 130,000 residents in the city proper and about 800,000 in the larger metropolitan area. So that makes it large enough for some attractions and urban amenities, but nobody would mistake it for a city that never sleeps. I figured I might...
The Honest Broker
The Rise of the Anonymous Music Star Do streaming platforms view famous artists as a threat to their brands?
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XO Capital - Field...
Distribution As part of UCLA's MBA program, I've had the opportunity to sit in on some VC pitches. It's been a...
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As part of UCLA's MBA program, I've had the opportunity to sit in on some VC pitches. It's been a while since I've stepped back and looked at the broader startup ecosystem. My head has been in the micro saas space for
./techtipsy
Lenovo ThinkPad P14s gen 4 (AMD): it doesn't suck under Linux I’ve had the opportunity to try out another new laptop at work. I’ve used a brand new laptop...
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I’ve had the opportunity to try out another new laptop at work. I’ve used a brand new laptop recently, and it was horrible. But this time I’m pleasantly surprised. The Lenovo ThinkPad P14s gen 4 has great specs: CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 PRO 7840U (8 cores, 16 threads, up to 5.1 GHz) GPU:...
alexwlchan
flapi.sh: a tiny command-line tool for experimenting with the Flickr API &rarr; I use the Flickr API pretty much every day in my day job. Within the first week, I bashed together a...
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I use the Flickr API pretty much every day in my day job. Within the first week, I bashed together a couple of command-line tools to make a simple tool for exploring the API. They’re not meant for building “proper” apps, more for quick experiments and seeing what API responses...
CONTEMPORIST
Elevated Elegance: A Unique Home In The Forest With A Trio Of Tile-Clad Gables Exterio Architectural Studio, together with interior design firm Hola Design, has shared photos of a...
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Exterio Architectural Studio, together with interior design firm Hola Design, has shared photos of a contemporary home they have completed near Warsaw, Poland, that’s surrounded by a pine forest. The home is designed to bring a large family together, with the form taking shape...
Cheese and Biscuits
Dream Xi'an, Tower Hill There are lots of good Chinese restaurants in the Holborn/Bloomsbury area of London. Most seem to...
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There are lots of good Chinese restaurants in the Holborn/Bloomsbury area of London. Most seem to have popped up in the last decade or so, I assume alongside an influx of Chinese students attending the many nearby high-profile universities and colleges, because I'm fairly sure...
somenice
Hummingbird at the feeder With a recent blast of winter I noticed a few hummingbirds already here so I put up the feeder.Not...
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With a recent blast of winter I noticed a few hummingbirds already here so I put up the feeder.Not 30 seconds later, this fella showed up.
Computer Things
Some notes on for loops New Blogpost Don't let Alloy facts make your specs a fiction, about formal methods practices (and a...
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New Blogpost Don't let Alloy facts make your specs a fiction, about formal methods practices (and a lot of Alloy). Patreon link here. Some notes on for loops I sometimes like to sharpen the axe by looking at a basic programming concept and seeing what I can pull out. In this...
AI Snake Oil
AI Snake Oil is now available to preorder What artificial intelligence can do, what it can't, and how to tell the difference
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Julia Evans
Notes on git's error messages While writing about Git, I’ve noticed that a lot of folks struggle with Git’s error messages. I’ve...
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While writing about Git, I’ve noticed that a lot of folks struggle with Git’s error messages. I’ve had many years to get used to these error messages so it took me a really long time to understand why folks were confused, but having thought about it much more, I’ve realized...
Nela Dunato Art &...
Motivate Yourself to Create More Art + Fantasy Watercolor Portrait Painting Process In this episode of Nela’s Art Chat I'm showing the mixed media drawing and painting process of a...
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In this episode of Nela’s Art Chat I'm showing the mixed media drawing and painting process of a forest fae portrait, while sharing lots of tips that can help you create more art. I often struggle finding motivation, energy, and time to create elaborate pieces of art, so I’ve...
Atoms vs Bits
If Not Could Not Suppose you're hiring for a sales job. In the first interview, the candidate says: "I'm very good at...
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Suppose you're hiring for a sales job. In the first interview, the candidate says: "I'm very good at selling things." Well, that's nice: the job is all about selling things, so someone good at selling things would indeed be a good fit.
Commoncog
Introducing Xmrit Some free software to create, modify, experiment with and share XmR charts. Unlock the ability to...
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Some free software to create, modify, experiment with and share XmR charts. Unlock the ability to become more data driven today.
Krzysztof Kowalczyk...
Changing font size in Windows dialog in C++ How to dynamically change font size in a Windows dialog Windows’s win32 API is old and...
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How to dynamically change font size in a Windows dialog Windows’s win32 API is old and crufty. Many things that are trivial to do in HTML are difficult in win32. One of those things is changing size of font used by your native, desktop app. I encountered this in...
The Pragmatic...
I'm shutting down my job tech jobs board after two-and-a-half years I started The Pragmatic Engineer Job Board in October 2021. 2.5 years later, I am shutting it down...
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I started The Pragmatic Engineer Job Board in October 2021. 2.5 years later, I am shutting it down permanently, despite a reasonable success in traction. The shutdown was triggered by my vendor – Pallet – discontinuing their job board and talent collective approach. However, I ...
Build In Public...
I just announced an AI accelerator program Full story on my latest role at Paddle, the new AI program, and what it means for you
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Beautiful Public...
Trademark Design Codes The United States Patent and Trademark Office has a system of 1,400 descriptive "design codes"...
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The United States Patent and Trademark Office has a system of 1,400 descriptive "design codes" allowing you to search for trademarks with “Rickshaws”, “Centaurs” or “Mechanical women”.
One Useful Thing
What just happened, what is happening next The tasks AI can do well are expanding rapidly
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Wuthering...
Ferdowsi's Shahnameh: The Persian Book of Kings - No one has any knowledge of those first days... My little Persian literature syllabus in March was built on Aboloqasem Ferdowsi’s gigantic epic...
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My little Persian literature syllabus in March was built on Aboloqasem Ferdowsi’s gigantic epic Shahnameh: The Persian Book of Kings (1010), a slender 850 pages in Dick Davis’s 2006 prose (mostly) translation.  He added another 100 pages to the 2016 edition, whether filling out...
Passing Time
In Defense of Trying Hard Being a try-hard is good, actually
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Adventures In...
Illumination Cartography Here are a few flavors of a technique, illumination cartography, that uses data to shed light on its...
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Here are a few flavors of a technique, illumination cartography, that uses data to shed light on its underlying basemap. There’s something satisfying about presenting a phenomenon as revealing geography rather than obscuring it. Love, John
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