Usually the vegetable mixture is onions, carrots, and celery
Way more than you could ever want to know about 行くぞ
Heidegger uses the expression Dasein to refer to the experience of being that is peculiar to human beings. Thus it is a form of being that is aware of and must confront such issues as personhood, mortality and the dilemma or paradox of living in relationship with other humans while being ultimately alone with oneself.
A functional configuration language
GitHub - rdicosmo/parmap: Parmap is a minimalistic library allowing to exploit multicore architecture for OCaml programs with minimal modifications.https://github.com/rdicosmo/parmap
OCaml map/reduce/map-reduce library looking basically the same as Python's multiprocessing.
ocaml backtrace hints
“Differentiable morphogenesis” (via g)
nonbeard 2021-06-05 16:30:14.869701
Very good super quick intro to three.js lights. I like the fact that it introduces all the helpers -- the hardest part for me is working out where to put things in 3d space.
Cool, knew most of this! Most. I have so far skipped over all the OO aspects, but aside from those OCaml seems like a satisfyingly simple language.
A lot of Python's complexity seems to come from its not supporting anonymous closures. List comprehensions ([expr for expr in expr if expr]), generators ('yield') and context managers ('with') (off the top of my head) could all be replaced using anonymous functions without needing any extra syntax. The syntax makes Python more readable (assuming you're comfortable with it), but it does somewhat increase the cognitive load of writing code: rather than the lambda hammer, one has to decide which piece of specialised syntax to make use of for a particular requirement.
On the third hand, having your functional choices straight-jacketed and presented nicely is a good way of constraining code creativity, which is not altogether bad. For example, list comprehensions are very simple to understand for almost anyone in ways that passing a random block of code to Array.init is not. Being introduced to context managers through Python got me thinking about the whole concept of lifetime management in ways which might not have occurred to me if I hadn't had them presented to me so straightforwardly. In other words, Python's extra syntax is the result of several experts working out the best way to take a particular concept and make it broadly accessible while keeping the majority of its features.
Written in MAD-SLIP! (hn)
Choosing the most-efficiently-expressed codon from a set of synonyms can improve protein expression rate, but sometimes the stability of the protein depends on a less-efficient expression (for example, one that takes longer, which can sometimes affect the way in which the protein folds).
OCAML LSP. This worked easily with coc-nvim!
Destructor for stack-allocated objects.
Retrocomputer shop in the UK
Aeromechanics and Evolutionary Morphology | Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology | Brown Universityhttps://www.brown.edu/Departments/EEB/EML/
>Quite some CPUs have speculation-related misfeatures which are in fact vulnerabilities causing data leaks in various forms even across privilege domains.
>The kernel provides mitigation for such vulnerabilities in various forms. Some of these mitigations are compile-time configurable and some can be supplied on the kernel command line.
>There is also a class of mitigations which are very expensive, but they can be restricted to a certain set of processes or tasks in controlled environments. The mechanism to control these mitigations is via prctl(2).
Kathleen Akins' response to Nagel.
Ristu Miikkulainen's research group at U Texas
Evolution of neural networks | Proceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference Companionhttps://dl.acm.org/doi/10.1145/3067695.3067716
More generally, search re using statistical methods instead of random selection for evolution of GAs.
The term autopoiesis refers to a system capable of reproducing and maintaining itself by creating its own parts and eventually further components.
[1803.03453] The Surprising Creativity of Digital Evolution: A Collection of Anecdotes from the Evolutionary Computation and Artificial Life Research Communitieshttps://arxiv.org/abs/1803.03453
Experience paper with various examples of unexpected solutions achieved through evolutionary algorithms.
Chūnibyō (中二病) is a Japanese colloquial term typically used to describe early teens who had grandiose delusions, who desperately wants to stand out they convinced themselves with hidden knowledge or secret powers. It translates to "second year disease (in Japanese lower secondary school)"
CO2 and PM2.5 DIY air quality monitor. (HN)
An extended talk about RPython. Via HN. To read.
":By growing seafood directly from cells, we now have the ability to cultivate genuine salmon and other seafood without relying on wild or farmed fish. "
But $200 for 6 pc of sashimi according to HN.
This guy answered “What is Beauty?” back in the 1930s.
立秋, りっしゅう, the first day of Autumn. "The traditional East Asian calendars divide a year into 24 solar terms. [りっしゅう] is the 13th solar term. In the Gregorian calendar, it usually begins around August 7 and ends around August 23." (Wikipedia, abridged)
nonbeard 2021-04-17 22:16:07.300259
Seems like Hawkins has been saying the same thing for 15 years and without much to show.
The main trick here is thresholding in HSV space.
Author points at at the end that he still needed to tweak parameters depending on the set of notes he's dealing with. I guess coming up with suitable defaults based on how the notes look might be something that would add value to commercial implementations of this such as Office Lens.
translucent, gelatinous traditional Japanese noodles made from the konjac yam.
I should be using the Python "embeddable package" for Windows, which is smaller than the normal one apparently.
"Ergodicity means that the ensemble average is the same as the time average.". Very nice explanation though. (HN)
nonbeard 2021-04-03 00:15:33.887000
womp womp womp docker credentials
"In the philosophy of Aristotle, the actualization of the potential form or function of a substance."
This is part of the rules for /r/programmingcirclejerk, and I can say that it definitely had the (presumably) desired effect.
"A tulpa is an autonomous entity existing within the brain of a “host”. They are distinct from the host in that they possess their own personality, opinions, and actions, which are independent of the host’s, and are conscious entities in that they possess awareness of themselves and the world. A fully-formed tulpa is, or highly resembles to an indistinguishable point, an actual other sentient, sapient being coinhabiting with the host consciousness."
I'm using it to find duplicates with pmd-bin-6.32.0/bin/run.sh cpd --minimum-tokens 100 --language python --files .
The key part of this (at least according to mikel evins) is that you can stop at any point (and in particular at a stack trace), inspect and modify live state including code *and then resume*. Few nonscheme things can do this.
Activating an application cycles through its windows, so this script finds the most recent window by looking at the stack order of the root window. Didn't know this was possible.
A way of eating taught to kids to encourage balanced eating in which you eat a portion of each of mains, carbs, vegetables in sequence, then repeat. EG: omlette, rice, salad.
Recipe for essentially petit fours with alcohol, a satisfyingly German name, and a history.
Ancient desert of red bean paste on agar.
This recipe worked really well!
Provides a definition of exploitability in terms of finite state machines: when the real state of the system can not be mapped to any state of the intended system (or an intermediate state when transitioning between any two intended states). Interesting notion of programming as writing an emulator for the IFSM.
Very entertaining. "Yet another classic - the surveyor recommended these people have an injection damp proof course installed. Idiot!"