just four licenses for all of open source
I'm wasted at this job.
I am a student at heart. I love to study and learn. If I am not learning, I am bored. It's that simple.
I would really rather spend all my time researching, speculating and experimenting.
I also love to just sit and watch how systems work. If I didn't have to "do whatever I have to do to earn money to pay rent and buy food" - I would literally just sit around and think about how all these systems work (and how to make them work better)
Do you know ArXiv, the open pre-print database of scientific articles?
Well, there's also https://info.africarxiv.org/ for African research:
AfricArxiv is a free, open source and community-led digital archive for African research. We provide a non-profit platform for African scietists to upload their working papers, pre-prints, accepted manuscripts (post-prints), and published papers. We also provide options to link data and code, and for article versioning.
now THIS is epic
(exactly what it says on the tin: a visualization of orbital satellites, etc - VERY cool)
The rise of type inference and its impact on language syntax:
#MachineLearning meets #QuantumComputing Supervised learning: Construction of a classifier - the Quantum Machine Learning version.. https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-00771-0
#Iodide: an experimental tool for scientific communication and exploration on the web | #datascience #dataviz #mozilla https://hacks.mozilla.org/2019/03/iodide-an-experimental-tool-for-scientific-communicatiodide-for-scientific-communication-exploration-on-the-web/
So I have the #JetSetRadio soundtrack. All the songs are made by different people, which messes up my "Search by artist" function on my iPod.
Each of these artists really only have 1 song each, and I just want to listen to some JSR, so Beets can batch modify the music album, turning them all into one artist - "Jet Set Radio" and also put them all in the same album!
Very, very handy.
Radicle is a peer-to-peer stack for code collaboration, mostly for terminal interaction and programmable in a lisp-like language.
Tim O’Reilly remains very smart: https://qz.com/1540608/the-problem-with-silicon-valleys-obsession-with-blitzscaling-growth/
Elsevier journal editors resign, start rival open-access journal https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2019/01/14/elsevier-journal-editors-resign-start-rival-open-access-journal
Interests: category theory, cybernetics, functional programming, Haskell, meditation, Michelangelo, NixOS, physics, quantum computing, visualization.
functional.cafe is an instance for people interested in functional programming and languages.