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Walker Hale IV
Works at Baylor College of Medicine
Attended Rice University
Lives in Houston, TX
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A random click got me to this. Thank you, random click and +ReneeFrench.
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My trip to PyCon 2015 & touring after
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Faig Ahmed: Carpet Woven To Look Like A Glitch.
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Baku-based artist Faig Ahmed combines the beauty of traditional Azerbaijani rugs with technological glitches in his on-going series of contemporary carpets. Using the artistic qualities of these tapestries, he disassembles their conventional structure to rearrange and fragment it. The result often resembles a rug that doubles as a fascinating modern sculpture
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It may be my shifting perceptions, but updating Flash just seems creepy.

"... wants to make changes ..."
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Hard won programming wisdom, courtesy of +Rob Pike...
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Yes: "Premature optimization is the root of all evil"  is not the same as "Never optimize"
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Frozen Methane Bubbles  || +Amazing things in the world 

These lakes may look like they are full of bizarre floating sea cratures, but they are actually filled with thousands of frozen bubbles.
Snapped across Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada, the natural wonders are made of highly flammable gas methane.
The gas - emitted by bacteria after they consume dead organic matter - is fairly harmless, but these bubbles can cause an explosion if lit.
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  • Rice University
    Physics, 1981 - 1985
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