Great interview by Lex Fridman of Jeff Hawkins on Thousands Brains Theory of Intelligence youtube.com/watch?time_continu

This takes me back. I miss the old 16-bit assembly days.
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Some thirty five years on, the original source-code for MS-DOS 1.25 and MS-DOS 2.0 is on Github, and there are already pull requests. 😂 github.com/Microsoft/MS-DOS/bl
twitter.com/aallan/status/1045

Dvorak or Colemak too mainstream? Try BEAKL (Balanced Effortless Advanced Keyboard Layout)
shenafu.com/code/keyboard/beak

Really enjoyed this meme-filled Jupytercon talk, "I Don't Like Notebooks". It highlights some real challenges of data science in a notebook environment docs.google.com/presentation/d

New evidence challenges everything you've been taught about the Stanford Prison Experiment thepsychologist.bps.org.uk/tim

Some nice data exploration and visualizations on automation of truck driving jobs and possible alternatives pudding.cool/2018/08/retrainin

Great article on the history of mp3 file sharing as it relates to decentralization -
Resistant protocols: How decentralization evolves – John Backus – Medium
medium.com/@jbackus/resistant-

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