We’re on PEI, the Gotland of Canada. We’re going to this unconference. Lots of things have changed in the interim since my last visit. Most things stay the same. Vegan places to eat: at least two cafés with food in them. One of them was closed for renovations, so I got to hear about the […]
Experiences using @tlaplus to understand Xen's vchan protocol: https://t.co/ueNzjIX2gu @OpenMirage @QubesOS — Thomas Leonard (@talex5) January 1, 2019
An after-action report of the November meetup of the Malmö.rb Ruby group.
A strong expression of Malmö Spirit: a passionate article about the Øresund Bridge.
This is an after-action report about the October 2018 meetup with the Malmö Ruby Brigade.
The video is from Schoolhouse Rock. Scandinavian listeners may have heard the first part before.
AI researcher Julian Togelius in 2017 wrote a nice blog post about how to write better about AI. Read the whole thing. I just clipped a few lines below to make you do it. Hugs. Some advice for journalists writing about artificial intelligence … First off, I understand. You’re writing about an extremely fast-moving field […]
The Swedish Wikipedia is large. Outsized. Most things are well in hand. Today I met with something which needs an article! The concept of “majgreve”, which means “the Count of May”; a ceremonial feast title given someone worthy. The tiny preview of the NE (“the national encyclopedia”) notes that the term was used in the […]