Hey @HachetteUS@twitter.com, @HarperCollins@twitter.com, @WileyGlobal@twitter.com, @firstname.lastname@example.org, I will not buy any more books from you until you stop harassing the Internet Archive with lawsuits, and I will advice everyone I know to do the same.
Sometimes I wish I were a tatami maker making a living in the outskirts of Kyoto...
RT @DanielEllsberg@twitter.com: Good account by @AbramskySasha@twitter.com about what I'm thinking and doing now. (via @email@example.com) https://www.thenation.com/article/world/daniel-ellsberg-nuclear-war/
Hey @BristolCouncil@twitter.com could we have just one day without that freaking police helicopter flying in circles for hours? Thanks! #Bristol
Today while scrolling through some docs I realized that my peripheral vision seemed to capture movement slower than the more central part of my visual field. Here I found more information on this odd perceptual phenomena: https://doi.org/10.1167/16.6.20
RT @Demoscene_AOC@twitter.com: The #demoscene is writing cultural history. We are stoked to announce that @firstname.lastname@example.org 🇩🇪 has enlisted the demoscene as intangible cultural heritage! Thank you 🙏🏼to all supporters who helped @email@example.com to make it possible! Let's celebrate soon!🎉bit.ly/2ORaYLJ
I started using #Scala last week for the first time at work (quasi purely functional style with the Cats lib + the rest of the Typelevel ecosystem). It reminds me a little bit to OCaml, and even Perl, in the sense of being multi-paradigm, but with a push to be more like Haskell..
java.nio.ByteBuffer.get(byte dst, int offset, int length) "is potentially much more efficient" than a for loop, but it isn't (it is just a for loop):
RT @MPI_IS@twitter.com: 🎉🎉🎉This is amazing! Our scientists are among a team that succeeded in creating a micrometer-size space-time crystal consisting of magnons. With the help of an ultra-precise X-ray microscope, they were even able to film it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OyvLqlfqAGw @HZBde@twitter.com @PhysRevLett@twitter.com @NickAnTr@twitter.com
RT @BEuplotes@twitter.com: Excited to share our new work, the first preprint from my postdoc with @WallaceUcsf@twitter.com and my first paper on Euplotes.
"A unicellular walker embodies a finite state machine"
We tackled the question "how does a single cell walk?"
Read on to learn more
It's fixed already but just learnt about the utf8 exploit for gnu-screen that also affects xterm (CVE-2021-27135):
To understand why this is important: A study from 2015 shows that in the US idle loads from domestic electrical equipments consume 1375 TWh/year. These are millions of metric tons of CO2 emitted annually for no reason.
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