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Overdue
Overdue is a podcast about the books you've been meaning to read. Join Andrew and Craig each week as they tackle a new title from their backlog. Classic literature, obscure plays, goofy murder mysteries: they'll read it all, one overdue book at a time.
via:arthegall  art 
12 days ago
Thomas E. Bittner - Department of Philosophy - University at Buffalo
Areas of Specialization and Current Research

Formal and Applied Ontology, Ontology of Space, Time and Spatial Entities, Spatio-Temporal Reasoning, Bio-Medical Ontology.
via:alanr  ontology 
14 days ago
[1809.10756] An Introduction to Probabilistic Programming
via Alex Lew
'It not only provides a thorough background for anyone wishing to use a probabilistic programming system, but also introduces the techniques needed to design and build these systems.'
probability 
16 days ago
ESI/CI Artificial Intelligence Workshop | Environmental Solutions Initiative
AI and conservation (or more accurately: ML and conservation)
jar 
4 weeks ago
MikroTik RB750Gr3 [OpenWrt Wiki]
How to install openwrt on a MikroTik RB750Gr3 router. It can be done but it doesn't look easy.
via:alanr 
5 weeks ago
Twitter
My client walked out of Rikers Island today after a jury acquitted him of all charges. He waited in jail for his tr…
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5 weeks ago
Intentionality
A Byrne, MIT Philosophy Dept
aboutness  philosophy 
5 weeks ago
Looking Clearly at Agile – CartyBoston – Medium
Yet somehow we still manage to implement Agile awkwardly. The natural tension between developers dealing with enormous complexity and stakeholders soliciting predictability (complete features available when?) remains. Why?
programming  to-read 
5 weeks ago
Twitter
While it is true URLs are ran off a centralized DNS and are hard to understand, I have an uneasy feeling in my stom…
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5 weeks ago
Twitter
Frank Michel talking about SPARQL microservices: a SPARQL endpoint has a query (e.g. `), whi…
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6 weeks ago
(500) http://getPhotosByTags.example.org/sparql?tags=delphinus+delphi
Frank Michel talking about SPARQL microservices: a SPARQL endpoint has a query (e.g. `), whi…
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6 weeks ago
Can aptX give you better sound over Bluetooth?
I found this useful as a basic introduction to and comparison between CD, MP3, and bluetooth codecs.
information 
7 weeks ago
Twitter
Bees versus wasps, science edition.
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8 weeks ago
Twitter
Toni Morrison: 40
Mark Twain: 41
Marcel Proust: 43
Henry Miller: 44
JRR Tolkien: 45
Raymond Chandler: 51
Richard Ad…
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8 weeks ago
Twitter
I hate it when I go back to my main timeline on the twitter app and I’m halfway through reading a great tweet when…
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8 weeks ago
Twitter
Michael Shermer once wrote a cautionary essay on Ayn Rand’s inner circle. In it, he warned that even people self-co…
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8 weeks ago
Twitter
Me scrolling through Twitter:

-Oh, fuck this
-Oh, fuck that
-Fuck that too
-Why is everything so stupid?
-Well, th…
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8 weeks ago
Joos jokes
semantics is sociology
9 weeks ago
Twitter
I mean, it can't be a simple failure to hire someone to advise them ... right?
This does even just go without sayin…
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9 weeks ago
Who Uses EMacs to read mail? : emacs
Emacs (using EXWM) is my window manager
programming 
9 weeks ago
Twitter
Men—when you introduce your employee who's a woman and say, "She does all the work"/"runs things"/"keeps us all san…
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9 weeks ago
Twitter
Java is over?

Is Oracle telling companies to stop using Java? And switch to c# or JavaScript or anything else?…
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9 weeks ago
Delayed sampling and automatic Rao-Blackwellization of probablistic programs
via Marco
'solution of analytically tractable substructure in prob progs'
probability  to-read 
10 weeks ago
Twitter
This is fascinating: HTTPS everywhere has broken local HTTP caches, which are essential for achieving useful loadin…
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10 weeks ago
Twitter
Conjecture: Only AI problems that you can simulate and sample endlessly many training samples for can be solved wit…
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10 weeks ago
Twitter
lol, people are citing scihub links in real papers now
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10 weeks ago
Twitter
A tale of two AI summers:
1980s Now
Expert systems Deep learning
More rules! More data!
LISP…
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10 weeks ago
Twitter
I remember telling people in the 1980s to stop using so goddamned much hand sanitizer and antibacterial crap, becau…
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10 weeks ago
BBC - Travel - The dish worth a 15-hour flight
Wow! Awesome! Definitely go have chicken rice at the Hawker Center -
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10 weeks ago
Twitter
I will go substantially out of my way to avoid buying things that brag about being non-GMO. Imagine virtue-signalin…
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11 weeks ago
Twitter
I love this.

When the Far Side came out in 1982, paleontologists realised they'd never actually named that part of…
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12 weeks ago
Language Log » Spiritual high tech
I'm in Mongolia. Just had to buy the solar powered dashboard prayer wheel. The instructions alone are worth the $5 price tag.
12 weeks ago
VisiData
'VisiData is an interactive multitool for tabular data. It combines the clarity of a spreadsheet, the efficiency of the terminal, and the power of Python, into a lightweight utility which can handle millions of rows with ease.'
data  to-read 
july 2018
Twitter
Google, GPS and 20 other technologies made possible by federal funding:
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july 2018
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