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Todd Vaziri on Twitter: "Just about every single TV sold in the U.S. has ‘motion smoothing’ switched on by default. The TV attempts to create additional temporal frames, to make the motion feel “smoother” and less jerky. This makes movies (shot an
(This thread from Todd Vaziri about motion smoothing is pretty great.)
“Just about every single TV sold in the U.S. has ‘motion smoothing’ switched on by default.

“The TV attempts to create additional temporal frames, to make the motion feel ‘smoother’ and less jerky. This makes movies (shot and projected at 24fps) appear smeary and wrong.”
motionsmoothing  twitter  threads  2018  tvaziri  canonical  motion  smoothing 
11 days ago by handcoding
Intro to Threads and Processes in Python – Brendan Fortuner – Medium
Competing in Kaggle’s Understanding the Amazon from Space competition, I started timing various parts of my code to see if I could speed things up. Speed is critical in Kaggle. Ranking well often…
python  parallel-computing  threads 
16 days ago by hschilling
On Hans Asperger, the Nazis, and Autism: A Conversation Across Neurologies
“When the chips are down, I will always join with my neurotribe. So I want to officially state that, while I still don’t personally want to be called an Aspie, I am ready to fight on behalf of my Autistic siblings who do connect with that identity—not as a euphemism for high functioning, but as a cultural marker of their understanding of themselves and the world we live in. No, you cannot take away the identity of thousands of Autistics! Asperger had deep flaws, but the identity that has grown around his name is valid and the people who identify with Asperger’s have the right to decide for themselves whether to keep his name or not.“

He. Was a Nazi. Who murdered disabled people.
thediscource  threads  wtf  naziapologists  fuckno  autism  autismpolitics 
19 days ago by SwordQueen
Gretchen McCulloch on Twitter: "It is my professional opinion as an internet linguist that if professors want a specific style of email from their students they must teach it to them in class (or at least explain it on their websites). Yes, even upper lev
“It is my professional opinion as an internet linguist that if professors want a specific style of email from their students they must teach it to them in class (or at least explain it on their websites).

“Yes, even upper level courses. See this thread for why.”
email  writing  2018  twitter  threads  GretchenAMcC 
23 days ago by handcoding
Stacy Mitchell on Twitter: "Wow. @SenSanders is really getting under Amazon’s skin. This response on their corporate blog is a feat of corporate-speak — sort of hilarious and enraging all at once. Let’s break this down… 1/ https://t.co/R2iovHQauY"
“Wow. @SenSanders is really getting under Amazon’s skin. This response on their corporate blog is a feat of corporate-speak — sort of hilarious and enraging all at once. Let’s break this down… 1/”
amazon  twitter  threads  2018 
24 days ago by handcoding
Complex calculations without blocking the Event Loop | Node.js
* partitioning with closures and setImmediate; useful only for simple operations because it doesn't utilize multiple cores, and the Event Loop should orchestrate client requests, not fulfill them itself
* offloading
Node.js  performance  threads 
26 days ago by dandv
Rasterio: access to geospatial raster data — rasterio documentation
Geographic information systems use GeoTIFF and other formats to organize and store gridded raster datasets such as satellite imagery and terrain models. Rasterio reads and writes these formats and provides a Python API based on Numpy N-dimensional arrays and GeoJSON.
geography  mapping  raster  python  numpy  geotiff  geojson  vector  label:try_out  gdal  clip  bounds  shapefile  fiona  warp  transformations  cli  mask  performance  threads 
28 days ago by robhawkes

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