After fighting with Hugo design for serving standalone HTML pages, I finally got it to work. Here is the main page for the upcoming Stata tutorials (very very WIP, and
#french only for the moment).
So far, one of the immediate benefit of the General Data Protection Regulation is that I was able to unsuscribe from dozens of mailing lists.
Is syncthing a viable alternative to Dropbox, Google Drive and the like?
Great read! Mostly Adequate Guide to Functional Programming (found via HN).
dataMaid allows to produce nicely formatted output report à la
The “Common Lisp Quick Reference is a free booklet with short descriptions of the thousand or so symbols defined in the ANSI standard.” Also nicely typesetted!
A Web Designer’s Typographic Boilerplate: this is part of a series of articles on typography for the web. Very handy!
It’s time for Season 3 of Bron | Broen.
Lovely playlist feat. Keith Jarrett on Apple Music.
Yet Another Org-Mode Configuration.
Stata on R ;-) https://github.com/matthieugomez/statar
To learn some Vim (again): Vim and Composability by Fred Hébert.
I am done with The Fall (Series 2). There’s a lot more to see in my Apple TV, though.
Cleaning up old stuff (again), bringing back my @aliquote.org email (see why), and listening to the album of the day on Bandcamp.
Current status: I could listen to Nick Cave all the nights. Oh, and my asparagus and chestnut pie is ready.
Currently reading “Les rêveurs” (Isabelle Carré • Grasset, 2018).
Several articles and teaching materials available on W. Kahan’s website.
Cool Python 3.x tips & tricks.
Good intro to Python itertools.
How to disable Google chrome updater.
Nice ressources on Epidemiology, including Clayton’s book on Statistical Models in Epidemiology.
Implementation of Random Forest in Lisp (See also the interface to Gnuplot).
Constructive critic of Stephen Wolfram wrt. his book “A New Kind of Science”.
I should implement this PRNG in Clojure.