Halfway through Season 4 of Prison Break with Pierre.
I finally managed to get a more automated way of publishing my “bags of tweets” (which were defunct for a long time now), thanks to the rtweet package.
Want to apply some ML techniques using Stata? Check out https://www.stata.com/stata-news/news33-4/users-corner/.
A Review of Mathematica, by Richard Fateman (long ago).
Roswell - Common Lisp environment setup Utility. Probably the easiest way to get a working Lisp interpreter (SBCL or CCL) and quicklisp in 3 min or less.
The iOS 12 features that I like so far: grouped items in the notification center, time tracking and battery life utility, Books app new design. No real improvement for Mail, Calendar or the Music app, though.
After upgrading all my packages via AppStore and Homebrew, I realize that Git is now talking to me in French. This is not the result of my switch to v2.19.0 but rather it looks like I got a different
$LANG setting lately. How come?
It’s always a pleasure to download 3.76 Go of app just for updating Xcode, plus several additional Mo for Pages, Numbers and Keynote mostly to support Mojave dark mode–which I don’t have of course.
I am finally done with Norskov (Season 1).
Latest mix of rice noddles, chicken, tofu & zucchini (+ ginger, curcuma, green chilli).
Reading The Concrete Tetrahedron. “In most stages of our discourse, the book by Graham, Knuth, and Patashnik can be used as a reference to many additional techniques, applications, stories, etc. However, the present book is not meant to be merely a summary of “Concrete Mathematics.” We have a new twist to add to the matter, and this is computer algebra.” (See John D Cook’s review on MAA.)
Oldie but goodie: Prison Break.
Game of Thrones, Season 7: Done.
Game of Thrones, Season 6: Done.
Game of Thrones, Season 5: Done.
Great list of useful ressources for Racket.
I finally got rid of the lovely doom themes (one and nord) and got used to spacemacs light theme. As Nikita Prokopov once said (see his alabaster theme), comments are important: “Most themes try to dim comments by using low-contrast greys. I think if code was complex enough that it deserved an explanation then it’s that explanation we should see and read first. It would be a crime to hide it.” They are pretty nicely highlighted in the light theme. Also the font lock for Org code blocks is so great that I use it for Markdown mode as well.
Game of Thrones, Season 4: Done.