Innovate Pasadena: Friday Coffee Meetup
April 2, 2021 at 08:30AM - April 2, 2021 at 10:00AM
While going through my Twitter archive, I realised several things which are going to greatly inform the way I write on the web in the future: While linklogging is fun, easy and in many ways the fabric that makes up the internet, it’s existence is fleeting. Maybe that link will remain valid for 10 ...
The nostalgia factor is very valuable to me, but it also means you need an easy means for not only looking back, but regular reminders to do so.
Owning your stuff: hopefully my stance on this is obvious.
I’m not sure I agree so much with the taxonomy stance. I find it helpful to have it for search and review, the tougher part is doing it consistently with terms that are important to you.
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From 1993: The magician’s deft illusions flout reality, and he rejects the notion that magic is a suitable entertainment for children.
what is a longform magazine story from before, let’s say, 2010, that you still go back and look at for inspiration
— rachel syme (@rachsyme) April 2, 2021
— Yo Soy Boy (@LucaRojas) April 2, 2021
This is the best magazine story in the entire history of magazines, imo
— Helen Rosner (@hels) April 2, 2021
Why problems like homelessness may be easier to solve than to manage.
What if you started itching—and couldn’t stop?
The Chudnovsky brothers yearned to probe the mystery of pi, so they built their own supercomputer out of mail-order parts.
Sadly, I still need a clearer copy of Cursus. Is there an English translation out there? Any academics have non-published copies? Like to publish a copy? I’m happy to muddle through Latin or French especially if it’s an OCR/searchable copy, but it’s a stupidly long text for the assuredly short section on memory I’m seeking.
UCLA loses 90-93 with a last second buzzer-beater in overtime after a tight game.