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Hey Internet, your co-father —or, the Architect?— was doing some math and talking about you last night on +The Colbert Report. Take a look as +vint cerf poses the question “What makes you think that you are not in the matrix”?

Part 1: http://goo.gl/VS6eoo
Part 2: http://goo.gl/7yyWqB
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This is an awesome website, both for its design and its content. The math is well-worth working through. If you find it intimidating, I suggest going through it lightly first, then going deeper into sections as you think about it and have questions. To understand it, start by setting a simple goal of being able to repeat what a section says...

http://acko.net/blog/how-to-fold-a-julia-fractal/
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Molto interessante, ben spiegato e bella applicazione web!
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Alan Hovhaness 100 years after his birth, concert being streamed now. Will be streamed again tomorrow, October 14th, at 21:00 CET (19:00 UTC).


Nicola Giosmin, piano

Sonata “Cougar Mountain”, op. 390 I. Adagio cantabile - II. Mountain lament - III. Mountain slumber song - IV. Cougar Mountain dance
Sonata “Prospect Hill”, op. 346 I. Andante - Allegro vivace - II. Andante - Lento - III. Allegro vivace
Sonata “Blue Job Mountain”, op. 340 I. Andante - II. Fantasy - III. Jhala to Blue Job Mountain
Sonata “Journey to Arcturus”, op. 354 I. Lullaby - II. Fugue - III. Nocturne - IV. Jhala for star journey - V. Love song - VI. Jhala for Arcturus
Sonata “Mt. Ossipee”, op. 299 n. 2 I. Adagio lamentando - II. Allegro vivace - III. Maestoso - IV. Allegro giusto
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Mi è piaciuto molto, grazie per la segnalazione!
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Dennis Ritchie (1941-2011). His pointer has been cast to void *; his process has terminated with exit code 0.
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Mi piace quanto ha scritto Alessandro Rubini nelle liste di ILS, parlando della necessità di ricordarlo ai LinuxDay:

Il silenzio su di lui e` assordante, dopo tutto il chiasso fatto per il suo collega. E` vero pero` che anche per ritchie alla fine di tutto c'era il dollaro, come ci ricordano sempre le sue regexp.

Inoltre nel Misfatto (l'inserto satirico domenicale del Fatto Quotidiano, http://www.ilfattoquotidiano.it/category/archives/misfatto/) c'è un bellissimo articolo in fondo alla prima pagina ('Morte di un connesso venditore', di Andrea Carello), che pur non facendo riferimento a Dennis, centra perfettamente il punto della questione a mio avviso.
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Level 1: Construct an equilateral triangle from the line segment AB. An equilateral triangle is a triangle whose sides all have the same length: If you are heading in the right direction, the game will notice you with a "Well Done!" message. After successfully constructing the triangle, ...
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I have done the new version until level 17 but then I think it is unfinished. Am I wrong?


EDIT: My mistake. I just overcome that level. XD
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For scientists and engineers, a good way to help raise the quality of an analysis is to ask "What would Richard Feynman do?" The Feynman Principle helps with technical reporting. Feynman experienced the intense bullet outline style in his work on the first shuttle accident, the Challenger in 1986. He expressed his views clearly:

Then we learned about "bullets" — little black circles in front of phrases that were supposed to summarize things. There was one after another of these little goddamn bullets in our briefing books and on slides.

As analysis becomes more causal, multivariate, comparative, evidence-based, and resolution-intense, the more damaging the bullet list becomes. Scientists and engineers have communicated about complex matters for centuries without bullets. Richard Feynman wrote about much of physics — from classical mechanics to quantum electrodynamics — in three famous textbook volumes totalling 1800 pages. Those books use no bullets and only 2 levels of hierarchy, chapters and subheads within chapters.

+Edward Tufte, The Cognitive Style of PowerPoint: Pitching Out Corrupts Within (http://www.edwardtufte.com/tufte/books_pp)

(thanks to +Loris Tissino and +Andrea Zwirner for the chance to remember these wise words, and to +Lisa Pedrazzi for a gift that brought them back to my foggy memory!)
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http://www.eilmensile.it/2012/05/29/i-soldi-della-parata-del-2-giugno-ai-terremotati-scriviamo-al-presidente-della-repubblica/

(forse qualcuno la potrebbe leggere come una provocazione, ma questo non vuol dire che sia stupida…)

"Le chiediamo con tutto il rispetto di dare l’esempio: apra porte e finestre alla solidarietà; trasformi il 2 giugno da festa della Repubblica militare a festa della Repubblica solidale.

Annulli la parata, che l’anno scorso era costata 4,4 milioni di euro e che secondo il ministero della Difesa quest’anno costerà quasi 3 milioni di euro.

Quei denari siano investiti in opere di solidarietà con la popolazione stremata dal terremoto e quei contingenti chiamati a sfilare vengano utilizzati nelle zone bisognose di aiuti."
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Credo si possa essere soddisfatti sotto vari aspetti.
Per quanto riguarda l'aspetto economico, di certo non ha a che fare con il terremoto, in quanto il budget era già stato deciso molto prima, ma mi piace pensare che sia comunque un segno di maggior sensibilità istituzionale nei confronti della crisi economica e che ci saranno in futuro altri tagli su capitoli di spesa non strettamente necessari, non solo propagande e tagli al welfare.
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