🎥 Taken 2 (because why not… fourth time again).
It’s not all or nothing. Something counts. Something works.
I hope too.
Today I learnt that my Gmail account has been compromised in (at least) 7 data leaks over the past few years. If you feel concerned as well, check yours!
🎥 Taken (for the fourth time!).
Ok, hold on! It looks like Vitamin D may not have so much an impact on cancer, heart disease, or stroke (via John Gruber’s blog). Likewise, saturated fats may not be so much associated to CVD (via Daniel Lemire’s blog). Great news! Sall we simply replace vitamin D supplements with porn burgers?
Ah, I just noticed that my Netflix account has been hijacked two hours ago. Thanks Netflix for asking me to give you the 8 last digits of my credit card just to confirm that it is me in order to delete my account without confirming it by email! (I did not give them btw.) Goodbye Black Mirror then.
Wanna customize your fringe with Git markers similar to doom emacs? Add this to
(with-eval-after-load 'flycheck (setq flycheck-indication-mode 'right-fringe)) (with-eval-after-load 'git-gutter-fringe (fringe-helper-define 'git-gutter-fr:added '(center repeated) "XXX.....") (fringe-helper-define 'git-gutter-fr:modified '(center repeated) "XXX.....") (fringe-helper-define 'git-gutter-fr:deleted '(center repeated) "XXX....."))
🎥 Black Mirror, Season 2.
📖 Jean-Pierre Milovanoff, L’offrande sauvage (Grasset, 1999)
📖 Éric Vuillard, La guerre des pauvres (Actes Sud, 2019)
Here is how I tweak my `doom-modeline` to enhance simplicity and functionality: (This assumes that the minions package is installed.)
Centaur Emacs - A Fancy and Fast Emacs Configuration. Not interested in
switching from Spacemacs, but in case someone like fancy modeline. (Note that
doom-modeline is now part of Spacemacs default settings, at least the develop
Currently reading: High Performance Numeric Programming with Swift: Explorations
Interesting find of the day: Data Science Tooling For Racket.
Hot off the kitchen:
How to visualize decision trees. A nice tutorial and overview of existing solutions for visualizing decision trees. The illustrations are really of great quality, as well as the other articles. For other related projects, see, e.g., A visual introduction to machine learning, Seeing theory, or even articles published on Distill.
A few days ago, while reading RSS feed for the irreal blog I found the following
nice post: Emacs in 2018: My Year in Review. Although my first thought was that
the author was using Spacemacs, it is indeed vanilla Emacs with a specific
modeline, which is actually built using minions and moody. See also Beauty lies
in the segments of the mode line.
It looks like it is still “free to use, forever”, but there’s now pricing option for TablePlus.
📖 Anaïs Nin, Auletris (Finitude, 2018)
Twitter is broken, but I still enjoy it a little bit. This is the only online account I haven’t deleted last year, but I miss the old good web.