Email from Cambridge VC "categorically" denying collusion with Oxford and claiming Cambridge has "limited ability to influence the process that has lead to this situation".
My favourite medium for disseminating trustworthy information is an image of text in a word processor with spelling errors underlined and a visible cursor.
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org: One-shot immitation learning from noisy labeled data!
RT @email@example.com: Boardwalk — Scott Hunter
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org: If earth is finally destroyed by carbon emissions from computer farms crunching numbers to to derive tokens of purely fictive value it will be amazing and probably what we deserve. https://twitter.com/crampell/status/963536327194107905
I always end up sounding like such a pompous ass when reviewing papers. I strongly believe it's necessary for good science to be explained with clarity and precision, but I wish I could find a kinder way to still be uncompromisingly critical and pedantic.
RT @Sonikku_a@twitter.com: Well that’s just ridiculous.
Except unlike the kid, Musk's stunts include remaking this and other worlds in his own image as part of his performance.
Elon Musk reminds me of this kid who would loudly snark at the teachers while glancing at the stoner kids he wanted to hang with, but also saw himself as one of the nerds who deserved respect for being smart. Wearisome, sophomoric self-aggrandisement, but nobody really liked him.
The only acceptable thing about filling in US tax returns for Trump's America is that I don't actually have to pay any tax 👍
In the end I had to write my own program to delete a column of a csv file just so Excel wouldn't corrupt it >:-(