In view of the Delhi riots, a little bit of background on Hindutva terror
Some circuit analysis tools I found in one of my old undergrad textbooks
So much for the Huawei panic...
just donated $10 to a Guatemalan organization working with the Disappeared: finding out what happened to people in the chaos of that country's civil war, and hopefully charging some of their killers with crimes.
normally I wouldn't mention it, anonymous giving being generally more honored in Judaism, but I did this not out of pure selflessness, but also to officially register my guess that Henry Kissinger will die on my 30th birthday.
you can do this too by going to henrykissinger.rip, which has a list of suggested organizations that help repair the harms of US imperialism
Was just randomly reminded of this story about what some Bell Labs lawyers found when studied why certain folks were more productive than others:
> They discerned only one common thread: Workers with the most patents often shared lunch or breakfast with a Bell Labs electrical engineer named Harry Nyquist. It wasn’t the case that Nyquist gave them specific ideas. Rather, as one scientist recalled, “he drew people out, got them thinking.” More than anything, Nyquist asked good questions.
Super interesting collection on Archive.org. 200+ scans of Ling Long, a women's magazine in 1930s Shanghai.
The last issue was published just two days before the Battle of Shanghai.
Teamviewer just got pwned
1. The first country to ever attack Taiwan with a warship was the US in 1867. The country that supported Japan in invading Taiwan during the Mudan incident was the United States in 1874. The country that sold weapons to Japan during the First Sino-Japanese War, leading to China's defeat, forcing China to cede Taiwan to Japan, was the US from 1894 to 1895.
And specifically about The Economist:
came across this raycast renderer in react and im having second thoughts
New state of the art on video frame interpolation:
Programmer, language learning aficionado. He/him.