Just submitted my first ever book chapter draft. This is exactly how I feel.
"THE MAKING OF TECHNOLOGY IN SHENZHEN,
LOCAL AND GLOBAL IMPLICATIONS"
PANEL: 6-9PM, MAY 15TH, 2018,
R. HOGGART BULIDING 137A,
GOLDSMITHS, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
How PhDs radicalise the youth: try spending 3 years with no money + an unlimited supply of books, and *not* becoming a hard-leftist.
This page has an Almanac score of 💣💥✨💫
You: "artificial intelligence"
Some books on Archive.org are 'loan' only as Adobe Digital Editions?! I... I... I thought their mission was "to provide Universal Access to All Knowledge." WTF is a digital loan anyway? such disappoint.
Looking forward to taking part in "Navigating Finance and the Imagination" this weekend. A walking tour of the City of London with activists, artists and academics. rival.lakeheadu.ca/LondonTour/
I'll be talking about almanacs and attempting to weave a diagram between finance, astrology, and data science. An opportunity to test the chapter I'm currently writing, which is due in ... 2 weeks 🙀
I was just pondering the Jupyter notebook as a publishing format yesterday. Today this great piece pops up: https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2018/04/the-scientific-paper-is-obsolete/556676/
The Mathematica Cathedral, built and controlled by "maniac in the middle" Stephen Wolfram
Jupyter as a “great babbling bazaar of differing agendas and approaches”
A few hand-picked company names from the Panama Papers database
I'm back on the Monistic Almanac project. Doing some fruitful research:
📰 Write up of my recent workshop at the MA Graphic Media Design, LCC.
Before it completely dies in darkness, here is a proper ending to this log-thread.
The project is now online at: http://countingthefuture.net/
and the code: https://github.com/davidbenque/counting-the-future
This will keep growing for the foreseeable future 😉
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Bonus: great physical model of iris features in Anderson (1936), he actually gathered the iris data and shared it with Fisher.