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RT : The Ratio of Expert Surprise
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Soupcon is overrated. I stood in line for hours just to se…
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RT : a week ago you could say the phrase "shithole country" without the manner in which you used it identifying your pol…
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You all made a lot of noise about decentralization, and someone finally went and measured it for Bitcoin and Ethere…
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I think the question is whether it is possible to create an abstract…
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Happy to become Editorial Board member of Complex Systems - a cute, paywall-free journal fo…
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Happy to become Editorial Board member of Complex Systems - a cute, paywall-free journal fo…
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Wonder if knows there is a bar named after him in Leuven, Belgium. Another reason we should get him to come…
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I can't wait to watch this whole thing in the morning. My experience has been tha…
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I think the answer is yes, but only with much more advanced understanding of how to model side channels than we hav…
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16 days ago
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re: speculative execution bugs, headline should read "ARROGANT ENGINEERS ESCHEW FORMAL VERIFICATION, PREFER SMOKING…
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Suppressing all the hot takes as I, you know, actually collect data. But this is amusing:

Serial execution is a li…
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17 days ago
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oh i guess i should add: AMD's claim that they're safe is bc they made the design choice not to allow speculation p…
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17 days ago
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I attended that training and it was very useful to me (having come from a pure software / math background with no i…
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In other news, a whole bunch of GPS trackers, primarily used for commercial fleets and such have some issues. if yo…
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I want the laptops of the future to have easily accessible M.2 slots. Imagine plugging an SSD like a cartridge befo…
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17 days ago
(429) https://twitter.com/i/web/status/948221781126418432
The common element of most security exploits is that they artificially inflate the probability of some (ordinarily)…
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18 days ago
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Seriously blown away by 7k+ public transport tickets sold. I take that as a community vote to just make all…
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BusyBeaver TM programmed in Laconic language proves independence from ZFC. And other unsol…
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20 days ago
Untitled (https://www.scottaaronson.com/busybeaver.pdf)
BusyBeaver TM programmed in Laconic language proves independence from ZFC. And other unsol…
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Here is a sample DCCC Memorandum of Understanding with candidates. I don't know that it's genuine, but it matches w…
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I'm pretty sure this is because people are not looking at the BSDs that thoroughly. This is not a good situation, i…
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indulging in bed. the manuscript on the left is Category Theory for Programmers by Bartosz Milewski
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At a bar in Berlin where is spinning. No pictures allowed inside.
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21 days ago
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"Hi I'm Micheal I love China. I have facial hair, drink expensive beer and will literally die without regular acces…
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21 days ago
media.ccc.de - Organisational Structures for Sustainable Free Software Development
My talk at : Organisational Structures for Sustainable Free Software Development
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21 days ago
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Battle lines have been drawn and shit is heating up.
This is the defining question of our age.

Pick a side.…
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'Degenerate' is a telling word here; dog lovers are authoritarian, craving the adoration of inferiors. The 'union o…
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people in Spain are more casually, yet artfully, foulmouthed than other Spanish-speaking peoples, in my experience.…
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is coming to an end. It was an honor to be a speaker here, met so many great people, had so many great chats…
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Of all the videos we have shot, this one is the most meaningful to me. Phil Wadler is a hero of mine since his lect…
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I'm confused as to what that would accomplish? Anyone needing that statement will have to start out w…
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41) tyler, the creator - rapper, has hinted at his bisexuality for years but his most direct reference to it is a l…
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RT : MyTurnism: If your political ideology is 100% driven by fighting oppression and exploitation when not in power, you…
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This is a form of the same argument.

He learned something new. He changed bec…
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About 80% of the time, when people explain to me why they want to use a blockchain to record transactions between t…
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Reminder about my Latin workshop: time and location is 12:30pm on Day 3, Seminar room 14-15.…
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Fantastic points in "A Short Guide to Reading and Learning for Investors" by

Question for my (non-i…
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24 days ago
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Why would you use Ethereum to store data for a bank? Who knows. Maybe someone lost their SQL reference manual. Anyw…
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The perpetual comment I get whenever I say anything less than laudatory about Bitcoin is that I just don't understa…
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24 days ago
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G U N S H O W

Can’t stop, won’t stop 💪😤
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24 days ago
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The real Crypto-Kitten is here!
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28 days ago
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The world may be circling the bowl, but I've still got jokes.
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4 weeks ago
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Old and Busted: That time I went to the Situation Room without a tie.
The New Hotness:

(Well done, Tom Bossert.)
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Why exactly do you buy a car like this for getting stuck in traffic on 101 day after day?
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I’m switching over to a 900 number for all my general contacts. People with a legitimate reason to call me can file…
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I think he refers to the Maginot line which stopped at the Belgian frontier because the F…
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The answer is in two parts:

1) what is written in microcode can be broken in microcode,
2) “there will always be a…
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you got your aunt to use a password manager, but she sets her master password to "12345"

the good advice you are c…
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22/ You thought just because you own a brain you knew how to operate it right? Why do you think the drop out rates…
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I think constructing a map between your grammatical cha…
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If we make our quotient graph definition crafted just so,…
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I'd expect quotient graph to be something like remove edg…
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I'm not actually sure the Allowed Interaction Surface has…
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I'm trying to imagine a cut that is a subset of another…
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The attack surface is a subset of the "possible interaction s…
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One immediate interpretation I can see is to consider a protocol ecosystem as a graph – each ed…
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You could always scale if from the nanoacre?

A unit of real estate on a VLSI chip equal to 0.00627264 sq i…
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Given sufficient wattage, all circuitry can be disabled.

I'm...mostly kidding. Just in case though, AR…
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RT : I expected to be torn apart by ravening hyenas for writing this. Instead it seems no one's read it (surely not to t…
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reminds me of ’s classic “Too Late for the Pebbles to Vote”…
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I'd welcome a sketch of a regulatory apparatus for social media that would actually work (as opposed…
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RT : Heard a guy talking about Belgian whistles.

"A basic website costs 10k, or 25k upwards if you want all the Belgia…
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It’s one of the beauties of Python , I think, that I can understand & enjoy a talk like thi…
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Functor categories enjoy many properties of functional languages, such as internal hom. So algos devel…
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I posit a middle step that explains this observation: the better you understand a problem space, the c…
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So in other words, we'll be back where we were for most of history without a transient interval of recording tech r…
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Why 280 characters are worth it: you can repeat Tony Hoare's full quote including attribution.
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new cross-stitch project for you
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yeah non-native speaker here ;) and just making sure for everybody else: this was a time in the internet…
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