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Data-flow analysis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
it looks like a dataflow problem to me, for which not-quite-naive iteration is the way to go:
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4 hours ago
After ‘The Biggest Loser,’ Their Bodies Fought to Regain Weight - NYTimes.com
Six years later, their resting metabolisms were up to 800kcal/day lower, and their leptin levels were lower.
science  obesity  diet  exercise  TV 
5 hours ago
Boaty McBoatface: MPs to quiz NERC head over ship naming competition | Science | The Guardian
“They'll want to know whether there’s going to be a ‘Boaty McVolte-face’ on the name.”
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5 hours ago
Twitter
RT : No, I didn't predict that the Republican Party would lose its fucking mind.
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6 hours ago
pr.probability - Solving algebraic recurrence relations on a cyclic graph - MathOverflow
RT : If you have insight into this problem of a set of mutually recursive equations on a finite set of vars I'm all ears:
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6 hours ago
Twitter
RT : Rare photograph of Trainthulhu, destroyer of rails
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6 hours ago
The Gendered Nature of Being Unencumbered – The Span of My Hips
At base, it comes down to the fact that men are granted full subjecthood. They are expected to be doers, and need clothes that reflect and aid that. While women are granted (or forced into) objecthood. They are expected to be seen and get clothes that reflect and aid that.
clothes  feminism  women 
7 hours ago
Anna Shipman : JFDI
How to estimate an agile story.
agile 
10 hours ago
Why women's pockets are useless: A history
RT @annashipman: Another interesting article about pockets in women's clothing - the history of: (see also: )
history  clothing  women  design  fashion 
10 hours ago
Twitter
RT : Ancient volcanoes on the Iran/Pakistan border
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11 hours ago
Flickr - Photo Sharing!
RT : Ancient volcanoes on the Iran/Pakistan border
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11 hours ago
Hiking trail | Terskey-Keolu-07.2009 | GPSies
GPS trace from the 2009 Russian trip that included Eastern Kuiluu
maps  russia  kyrgyzstan  mountains  hiking  trekking 
11 hours ago
The real reason some people end up with partners who are way more attractive | Science | News | The Independent
The longer you've been friends before starting dating, the more your attractiveness levels are likely to vary.
relationships  beauty 
11 hours ago
Senior Software Engineer | Jobs and careers with BBC
RT : My team at the BBC is hiring in Glasgow again. AWS, microservices, TV, etc. Interested? Gimme a shout.
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12 hours ago
Twitter
RT : REMINDER Googling 'Llamas at Machu Picchu' gives you pages of llamas who look like they're posing for holiday photos
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15 hours ago
HBO's 'Silicon Valley' nailed a huge question that all tech companies must answer - Yahoo Finance
Whether to go after the enterprise or the consumer market. Neither is an easy route to making lots of money.
TV  techindustry  business 
15 hours ago
Twitter
RT : Prominences on 3rd of May, Solarmax 60 ss, DMK41 camera, EQ5
astrophotography  from twitter
15 hours ago
Twitter
RT : It's almost like you have to drag engineers kicking and screaming to the conclusion that marketing works,
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16 hours ago
My Kyrgyzstan Trip by Adrian Nelhams - ISM
A report from a participant in the 2009 ISM Kuiluu expedition.
kyrgyzstan  tripreports  mountains  climbing 
yesterday
Twitter
My lingering Anglicanism has the same effect...
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yesterday
Twitter
Better: create systems so you don't *have* to force or motivate yourself to work.
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yesterday
Twitter
RT : love these remenants of pre-beeching railway in Glasgow
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yesterday
Small and bright: what nanophotonics means for you
We are talking about hypersound, phonons with frequencies from 100MHz to tens of gigahertz. We are building a completely new chip that incorporates a photonic circuit for these hypersound phonons.

Harnessing hypersound on a chip enables the manipulation of microscale biological and chemical elements, which means we can mix, sort and select and even create a centrifuge on a chip. This is a laboratory-on-a-chip that can be integrated into the smart phone.
audio  science  nanophotonics  materials  lifeimitatessf  physics 
2 days ago
Twitter
RT : tip: if this is how low-level devs react to your compiler optimization idea, you might want to go to lunch instead
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2 days ago
Twitter
RT : You can't secretly smell the pages of a digital book.
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2 days ago
Twitter
RT : "Onward, faithful steed!"
"Actually I'm a snake"
"Silence, tree horse!"
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2 days ago
Do You Really Need Rest Days? - Hello HealthyHello Healthy
Not if you're only doing the government's recommended minimum exercise levels, which are very low: maybe if you're doing >3x that, or are otherwise under stress.
exercise  diet 
2 days ago
Twitter
RT : Lake Maggiore and the foothills of the Swiss Alps
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2 days ago
Flickr - Photo Sharing!
RT : Lake Maggiore and the foothills of the Swiss Alps
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2 days ago
Megaprocessor
A small CPU made out of hand-soldered transistors.
making  computers  comparch  electronics 
2 days ago
The Bug in the Physical Building – Two Wrongs
Software is a very young field. Almost everything we software engineers do is a cutting-edge project in some sense. Of course there are exceptions, such as the many CRUD apps that get created, but most of my work is about building new things according to unique requirements from the customer. When you attempt stuff that hasn't been attempted before, bugs happen. 601 Lexington Avenue bears witness to that.
architecture  building  engineering  programming 
2 days ago
Twitter
If only more people did this!
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2 days ago
Twitter
RT : The best part about working remotely? The view.
LifeAtRedHat  from twitter
2 days ago
A zine about strace - Julia Evans
RT : By a _long_ way, the best fan-made () zine on «strace» that I have read this morning:
(HT )
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2 days ago
Hacking Slack accounts: As easy as searching GitHub | Ars Technica
Reminder: don't commit your login credentials to a public repo on GitHub!
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2 days ago
Twitter
RT : the true purpose of the revealed:
MetGala  from twitter
2 days ago
A dubious cyber security conference | Light Blue Touchpaper
RT : There are two events called "International Conference on Cyber Security" in July, one real (NY) one fake (Zurich)
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2 days ago
Twitter
*Imagines an extremely persnickety T-1000*
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2 days ago
Twitter
That's my excuse, anyway.
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2 days ago
Universal credit: tough love for low-paid workers | Society | The Guardian
RT : Missed this - people on minimum wage jobs to be required to see the JobCentre to look for more or better work. WTF!?
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2 days ago
Miles Gould (The United Kingdom)'s review of Are You My Mother?
I find book reviews difficult to write; forcing myself to post them when they don't go anywhere is a good exercise.
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3 days ago
Twitter
RT : Why the python community and is awesome
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3 days ago
Speaker mentors at PyCon UK
RT : You: have an idea for a talk
We: want your talk proposal
You: need encouragment
We: have a speaker mentor programme
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3 days ago
The Internet Economy — Medium
This would mean that AI interfaces — which in most cases will mean voice interfaces — could become the master routers of the internet economic loop, rendering many of the other layers interchangeable or irrelevant. Voice is mostly a novelty today, but in technology the next big thing often starts out looking that way.
internet  economics  techindustry  amazon  google  facebook  ai 
3 days ago
Twitter
RT : Distinguishing between a muffin and chihuahua will be the next big hurdle in .
machinelearning  from twitter
3 days ago
Twitter
RT : See thread, hiring managers; it's very worth your time.
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3 days ago
Twitter
RT : Why do we collect coral cores? For starters, coral skeletons have bands like trees revealed by xray/CT scan:
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3 days ago
Twitter
Will release codenames henceforth include slash characters? I think that could break packaging software...
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3 days ago
Climbers Alex Lowe and David Bridges' bodies found in Tibet after 16 years - BBC News
RT @immasuk: Nice news for the family. Astonishing that Alex Lowe died 16 years ago though!
climbing  death  himalaya  mountains  tibet 
3 days ago
Twitter
RT : When you're lucky enough to capture the exact moment a frog engages its warp drive.
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3 days ago
Twitter
RT : An image of the Sun taken in the UV spectrum. Eerily beautiful.
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3 days ago
Twitter
2016's "installing Linux on a dead badger"?
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3 days ago
Twitter
RT : "It's not the size of the stick that's important, Dave!"

"WHROTEVER ROOZERS"
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3 days ago
Twitter
RT : Looking from Nepal to Tibet and lake Pei-Ku Tso
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4 days ago
Twitter
RT : baby pangolins always look like they're waiting to nervously ask you to prom
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4 days ago
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