So here’s my first piece of advice: if you care about open source for the...– Tim O’Reilly, Open Source and Cloud Computing
The strategy the economists used was as simple as it was absurd—they substituted...– The Economist Has No Clothes: Scientific American
Banks lose money! Bank stocks are up. Google’s (GOOG) growth moderates from...– The Bing Blog Street whacked «
Consuming "500 Nations" →
500 Nations by Jack Leustig
LiveLeak.com - Space Shuttle Launch As Seen From Air Canada Flight
Consumed "No Country for Old Men (2007)" →
No Country for Old Men (2007) by Joel and Ethan Coen WORTH IT!
Patent Law Blog (Patently-O): The Death of... →
A modern game developer is on a mission to slaughter innocent intelligent...– AI, Game AI and apparent intelligences | Think Artificial
Consumed "Complex Analysis with MATHEMATICA®" →
Complex Analysis with MATHEMATICA® by William T. Shaw WORTH IT!
A story about "Complex Analysis with MATHEMATICA®" →
Complex Analysis with MATHEMATICA® by William T. Shaw I’ll admit I didn’t go through all of the chapters. I used it mainly to learn myself how to do analytical calculations in…
Consuming "Okami" →
Okami by Clover Studio
I’ve been saying for years that you can live a life involving code and hacking...– ZSFA — RubyFringe 2008 - Killing Floor In Toronto
This is not an aggregator
Yeah, I’m pumping my tweets, shared items from google reader etc. here, but now I think it’s a bad idea. I’d like to keep here only those interesting bits I stumble upon: quotes, art, photos and so on. But stuff from Allconsuming, 43 Things, and some of my bookmarks still will show up here. For a stream of everything I “produce” go to my FriendFeed page.
Nothing turns men on faster and harder than a young woman who combines acting...– Why Foreign Men like Japan! (It’s the Girls!)
Wow. Heavy rain hitting my city.
It’s dark, cold and it rains. A glass of Martini should fix that.
Document-Centric GNOME (GUADEC 2008) →
Damn. Sleept a little bit too long today.
Finally got one of the Processing examples working in Clojure. Problems with overloaded methods (at least in proxy).
rhickey on #clojure: outstanding bugs are just a source of stress [http://bit.ly/1RJz57]
Reading about ant colonies.
Exploring Clojure’s features for Java interop with Processing.
Just called my local military office to make sure I won’t be drafted.
Phrase to remember: “Your shipment of FAIL just arrived.” (via LugRadio)
Would you be suprised If I told you, that one of my favourite albums is William Shatner’s “Has Been”?
Trying not to fall asleep. But, no, I won’t drink another coffee, damn it!
About password validation: http://bit.ly/2TRkPk
Doing some Clojure after midnight.
Watching a talk about Google App Engine; Getting my head around its data store.
My new music discovery: Kenji Sekiguchi (via http://etn.fm)
Danny Zabbal →
There is something wistful and Clowesian about Danny Zabbal’s Flickr series of obsolete superheroes. Take, Thunder Bear, for instance. Or Sean, the last Space Bird. Zabbal is also the…
PANCAKES! (Thanks, Mom)
Consumed "Babel" →
Babel by Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu WORTH IT!
Performing masochistic act of writing procedural code in a functional language.
A storm is comming to my city.
Got up a bit late today (eg. not in the morning). Drinking iced coffee.
Iran: You Suck At Photoshop (updated) →
Or perhaps the headline of this post should read, “American media: you suck at fact-checking.” Iran’s state-run media agency has been accused before of having digitally manipulated images…
I hope I’ll finish reading Neal Stephensons’s “Necronomicon” this month. Lots of other books to read.
Heapsort, Quicksort, and Entropy →
I’m no longer a student. →
European Parliament rushes towards Soviet Internet... →
e many of it
That was a pretty productive day. Time to go to bed.