2018-11-08 20:21

  London Grammar, Truth Is A Beautiful Thing.

2018-11-08 18:01

“The numbers 111, 222, 333, 444, 555, 666, 777, 888, and 999 are all evenly divisible by 37, leaving no remainder.” (via @pickover) Using base 10 notation, a three-digit number, say $aaa$, can be written as $100\cdots a + 10\cdot a + a = a \cdot (100 + 10 + 1) = a \cdot 111$. Clearly, 111 is a divisor of $aaa$ ($111 = 37\times 3$), but also of 222, 333, … Hence, all three-digit numbers that are multiple of 111 will fit the bill.

2018-11-07 21:23

Welcome to season 2 of The Killing! Also, I just had to reboot my Macbook–Mojave upgrade–after 37 days uptime with the same Emacs running in the background.

2018-11-07 21:16

  The Jesus and Mary Chain, Darklands.

2018-11-06 19:38

  Cigarettes After Sex, I-EP.

2018-11-05 20:08

  Jan Garbarek, Visible World.

2018-11-02 08:10

Season 1 of The Killing is over. Hopefully, the next season is about to start.

2018-11-01 21:11

  Katie Melua, Ultimate Collection.
I discover Katie Melua years ago thanks to my aunt, and now I also happen to read a nice book, thanks to her again.

2018-11-01 20:25

Manuel d’analyse spatiale: Théorie et mise en oeuvre pratique avec R (Insee Méthodes n° 131, octobre 2018). Be aware this is a 400-page long PDF file (28 Mo), so plan accordingly. (h/t @freakonometrics) #rstats #fr

2018-11-01 11:45

  Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Your Funeral.

2018-10-31 13:15

  Angel Olsen, My Woman.

2018-10-31 10:41

Remember that paper from 2012 on Julia as a Fast Dynamic Language for Technical Computing? Now, Julia 0.6.2 is extensively described in this recent article: Julia: Dynamism and Performance Reconciled by Design (PDF). Interestingly, Julia relies on at least 6 different PLs. #julia

2018-10-31 10:36

How Lisp Became God’s Own Programming Language: Interesting overview of Lisp development and why the language itself continues to fascinate people. #lisp

2018-10-31 08:38

A few months ago I read an interesting post by Tom MacWright on the raise and fall (and raise again) of AI. Now, I came across the following thread that sounds like we also need to consider RL, which I learned about twenty years ago. Go figure.

2018-10-29 10:07

Here we are: We just started watching The Wire, Season 1.

2018-10-28 08:42

We are done with Prison Break, Season 5.

2018-10-27 18:42

Yet another alternative to mangaging Hugo posts via Org: Blogging with org-mode and ox-hugo. #emacs

2018-10-27 18:24

If this post appears on the micro section, then my configuration for ox-hugo should be ok. #emacs

2018-10-27 10:29

TIL Spacemacs now supports Doom modeline (or check Doom Emacs); just add dotspacemacs-mode-line-theme 'doom to your dotspacemacs/layers. Better to use it with doom-themes, though. Next, org-journal is available in a dedicated layer on Spacemacs. Great! But wait, it is already supported by the org-layer. How come I didn’t know that! RTFM. #emacs

2018-10-26 20:50

Just about to end Season 1 of The Killing.

2018-10-26 20:27

Models of Computation is just everything about various algorithms in a single PDF. As this this is around 1250 pages long, you’ll probably have to do some scheduling.

2018-10-26 18:23

Just spent a good time with amazing labyrinths!

2018-10-25 21:34

  Leonard Cohen, You want it darker.

2018-10-25 11:55

So far, so good. I haven’t restart Emacs in a long time now.

aliquote master ✗ df15426 2d △ ◒  uptime
11:55  up 24 days,  2:34, 2 users, load averages: 1.73 1.67 1.88
2018-10-23 17:46

  Hubert-Félix Thiéfaine, 40 ans de chansons. I also bought the vinyl record as soon as it got out.

2018-10-23 17:44

Some computer algebra algorithms in Haskell.

2018-10-23 17:41

An overview of gradient descent algorithms. Available on arXiv too.

2018-10-22 19:25

Category Theory for Programmers has been updated.

2018-10-20 20:43

Starting soon: Prison Break, Season 5. It’s holidays time!

2018-10-19 19:25

The Carbon Design System looks interesting for graphic and web design. (Carbon is the IBM Design System for digital products).