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Help! We've created AIs more powerful than us, and now we need to feed them hallucinogenic drugs to subdue them....

Actually, it illustrates how "shallow" these deep networks still are, despite their remarkable performance. E.g., small children recognize pretty easily that a dumbbell is separate from the arm/hand carrying it, even if they never see one just by itself.  But neural nets don't appear to be capable of such abstraction (if that's the right word --I'm no expert).
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Hi, I'm not well versed in Lilypond but for an exercise I'm trying to copy some sheet music for drum kit.

http://imgur.com/gallery/gE9XE/
is the original, I am attempting to copy the second set "Paradiddle Linear 1.2"

http://lilybin.com/7zp868/1
is my attempt.

I used a snippet of code (http://lilypond.1069038.n5.nabble.com/flam-snippet-not-working-td149310.html) for the flams, I'm not sure if there is a more simple way but it appears to work well as is.

 Things I'm sure I can improve:

 I can't get the very first note that is a flam out of the tuplet bar without things breaking. Not very important though.

I thought I was forcing stemup but it didn't work.

Is there a simple way to align the sticking in a way more similar to the original. Please bear with me I don't know any scheme.

Any other suggestions to simplify things are appreciated.
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Hi, for the flams I use have defined the following function :

flam = #(define-music-function (parser location note) (ly:music?) 
#{ 
        \drummode { \acciaccatura {$note \stemDown} }
#}) 

Then I use it like this : \flam sn8 sn4
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New tmux


CHANGES FROM 1.9a to 2.0 6 March 2015

Incompatible Changes
====================

* The choose-list command has been removed.
* 'terminal-overrides' is now a server option, not a session option.
* 'message-limit' is now a server option, not a session option.
* 'monitor-content' option has been removed.
* 'pane_start_path' option has been removed.
* The "info" mechanism which used to (for some commands) provide feedback
  has been removed, and like other commands, they now produce nothing on
  success.

Normal Changes
==============

* tmux can now write an entry to utmp if the library 'utempter' is present
  at compile time.
* set-buffer learned append mode (-a), and a corresponding
  'append-selection' command has been added to copy-mode.
* choose-mode now has the following commands which can be bound:
- start-of-list
- end-of-list
- top-line
- bottom-line

* choose-buffer now understands UTF-8.
* Pane navigation has changed:
- The old way of always using the top or left if the choice is ambiguous.
- The new way of remembering the last used pane is annoying if the
 layout is balanced and the leftmost is obvious to the user (because
 clearly if we go right from the top-left in a tiled set of four we want
 to end up in top-right, even if we were last using the bottom-right).

      So instead, use a combination of both: if there is only one possible
      pane alongside the current pane, move to it, otherwise choose the most
      recently used of the choice.
* 'set-buffer' can now be told to give names to buffers.
* The 'new-session', 'new-window', 'split-window', and 'respawn-pane' commands
  now understand multiple arguments and handle quoting problems correctly.
* 'capture-pane' understands '-S-' to mean the start of the pane, and '-E-' to
  mean the end of the pane.
* Support for function keys beyond F12 has changed.  The following explains:
- F13-F24 are S-F1 to S-F12
- F25-F36 are C-F1 to C-F12
- F37-F48 are C-S-F1 to C-S-F12
- F49-F60 are M-F1 to M-F12
- F61-F63 are M-S-F1 to M-S-F3

 Therefore, F13 becomes a binding of S-F1, etc.
* Support using pane id as part of session or window specifier (so % means
  session-of-%1 or window-of-%1) and window id as part of session
  (so @1 means session-of-@1).
* 'copy-pipe' command now understands formats via -F
* 'if-shell'  command now understands formats via -F
* 'split-window' and 'join-window' understand -b to create the pane to the left
  or above the target pane.
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Too bad this subreddit isn't more active.. perfect for rtv
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Gotta love good ol' U+0000 - U+0080.
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Grounding pigtails so handy, sometimes just for the screws.. Never seems to be enough screws around
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Gekkeikan, the inbev of sake
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Reminds me of that Stella Artois junk. Not. Premium. Stop. Buying.
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That shit wz awsm...n funny as hell. Talent.
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We are happy to announce Ardour 4.0 release featuring major UI and editing improvements!
Ardour 4.0 released. The Ardour project is pleased to announce the release of Ardour 4.0. This release brings many technical improvements, as well as new features and over a thousand bug fixes. The biggest changes in this release: Better cross platform support. Ardour now runs on GNU/Linux, ...
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We're gonna need a bigger screen.
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