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Andrew Hunter
Works at Google
Attended University of Washington
Lives in Seattle, WA
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Sorry for missing class, +Richard Bowen, but if I don't attend this callback I'll never have closure
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subscription music services (GPMAA (ugh), spotify, what have you) are really nice, but you know what I really want? subscription sheet music service.  $10/mo for being able to find sheet music for anything? How awesome would that be?
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So I just realized that Amazon Fresh delivers my steaks in what sure do look to be vacuum sealed pouches.

Which makes my early process of opening them and then sealing the steak in Ziploc for sous vide seem pretty pointless.

Any reason just using their pouch is a bad idea?
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Actually, beggars turn into choosers if you hold them at 78C for 13 hours.
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I had always known Laguna Coil's (spectacular) version of "Enjoy The Silence" was a cover, but I had never gotten around to hearing the original.

A) Depeche Mode is fucking weird.
B) Totally different effect.  I much prefer LC.
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Kids, off my lawn... I'm not sure DM was pop. They were definitely not mainstream, but not a deep niche, either. They have a lot of great music, though.
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Reading through Okasaki looking for a useful data structure for a weird problem I'm having and I come across him describing a paper as using "leftist" binary trees.  After a second it became clear what he meant, but for a while I was trying to picture why this particular algorithm on vectors supported abortion rights and immigration.
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I hope you don't have to be leftist to support abortion rights and immigration...
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"Madison was a shy, awkward, inwardly beautiful teenaged girl just like you."

Go to your local Barnes & Noble (if you can still find one).  There will be a wall solidly packed with shelves.  Those shelves will be filled with books.  Chapter One of every one of those books will be attempting to establish the above.  So, hey, why not just cut right to it and save space?
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http://alexnisnevich.github.io/untrusted/

Via terry tao, this game is fantastic. Two hours of great fun (and more if you care about elegance, unlike me: a number of my solutions use quite a bit of force.)
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Assholes at Gasworks last night, looks like.
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Employment
  • Google
    2009 - present
  • Aerospace
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Seattle, WA
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San Francisco, CA - Florence, MA - Claremont, CA - Bristol, England - San Francisco, CA - Mountain View, CA - Florence, MA
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It seemed like a good idea at the time.
Introduction
wannabe mathematician, reluctant software engineer, enthusiastic hunter-gatherer, young enough to know worse.
Education
  • University of Washington
    2009 - 2011
  • Harvey Mudd College
    2005 - 2009
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Slowest Chipotle I have ever seen.
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Great selection of meats, like twenty choices for sides. Friendly service. Four sauces, all good, all different. Sides of excellent quality (if perhaps overpriced.)
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