Monthly Archives: November 2012

Too much to do

I’ve mentioned before that I haven’t been bored in decades. Anyway, I’ve been watching Khan Academy’s videos on Python (review: C+) and here’s the first little doodle I’ve made that resembles a program: number = input(“\nEnter a non-negative integer and … Continue reading

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Food until the ocean runs out

(In which I ramble a bit.) This is obviously the most important story in the world right now, which is why the major networks won’t be picking it up for a couple of months. (I saw Gangnam Style on Fox … Continue reading

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Two updates

Another possible pseudonym: Peasant X. That one has some history for me (You have been sniped by Peasant X), and it’s topical! I might play with the notation a little…something like Peasant{X = i} (‘i’ for short). Because I want … Continue reading

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Sea change

I’m getting into some deep voodoo. (If you know my dad, you know it must be a latent phenotype kicking in.) I’m even considering applying to the Neander Hall at Koanic’s humble house of mindfuck. In any case, I can’t … Continue reading

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Noblesse Oblige, xor Secession

Two short conversations, copied from Audacious Epigone’s post 2012 electoral maps by sex, race, and income. These maps beg a line of reasoning that will need especial emphasis a few years from now: If, as we often assume, white men … Continue reading

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Neoteny?

Just for funsies, let’s talk about me for a bit. I’ve learned in the last two years- since abandoning the rat race- that very few people are able to accurately guess my age. I can tell them pretty much anything … Continue reading

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O’Reilly e-book sale

Cyber Monday only- 50% off all e-books. Jump on that.

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