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Sapientia Delecti, s01e12

c’mon feel the noise. girls, rock your boys…

Didn’t have as much time this week for reading/research. Chaos reigns supreme, it seems…

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Sapientia Delecti, s01e11

Nomnomnom… food for the mind.

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Sapientia Delecti, s01e10

I read, you read, we all read for…. ok, that didn’t work as well as I might have liked. Here are some links:

  • Mario for AI research! (vice)
  • Now we’re talking. Smartwatch that doesn’t break the aesthetic. (fossil) and review (arstechnica)
  • This is pretty hilarious. Command line bullshittery. (blog)
  • I loves me some meteors. One in Bangkok and one in Poland (guardian)
  • Naturally occuring nuclear reactor. (medium)
  • Data Scientist interview. Interesting views on data science. (blog)
  • This has interesting potential. “Superman fends off alien invasion” game. (polygon)
  • Great discussion in “near layman” terms about quantum/classical physics. (guardian)
  • Coordination Avoidance in Distributed Databases (thesis)
  • A love letter to science (nytimes)
  • Do I hate Quicken enough to go CLI? (ledger)
  • Maybe when I am a gojillionnaire. (arstechnica)
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Sapientia Delecti, s01e09

Some new links for the week. Let James Brown be your guide!

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Sapientia Delecti, s01e08

This week’s links, courtesy of yo momma’s tasty fried chicken…

  • An Amazon response to the Times piece. (medium)
  • Technology failure impacts visualized. (ieee)
  • Good thing this new fangled thing is more secure. (arstechnica)
  • Home automation tinkering (wsj)
  • Identity online (about.me)
  • I have no idea what to think about this. (bbc)
  • Some thoughts on crytography (blog)
  • Maybe we are mermaids. (nautil.us)
  • $100M in controller design research. Yessssssss. (polygon)
  • Finally, the LUCK video from Bethesda. (polygon)
  • Drone disabling guns. (popularmechanics)
  • Einstein and non-locality. (scientificamerican)
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Sapientia Delecti, s01e07

This week’s reading…

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Sapientia Delecti, s01e06

And here we go again with another week’s worth of fun reading…

  • International border visible from space (nasa)
  • Hilarious generic tech recruiter letter (blog)
  • TWO player bomb defusing game. Lovely idea. (arstechnica)
  • Math is hard, mmmm’kay? (nature)
  • Fallout4 S.P.E.C.I.A.L. videos (youtube)
  • I’m afraid I don’t have anything to say about this. (guardian)
  • Elephant genetics! (discover)
  • Gene patents (arstechnica)
  • View the Milky Way in many wavelengths! (chromoscope)
  • Android TV from nVidia (arstechnica)
  • Vulnerabilities in bitcoin (motherboard)
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