Mariano Chouza

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Monty Hall problem. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monty_Hall_problem Consider a different problem first: you're faced with the same three boxes but now you can choose any one box OR any two boxes, and in the latter case receive the better of the two contents. It's always better to choose two boxes, right? But the rules of the original game allow you to choose two! Here's how. First point to the remaining box i.e. the one you're not going to choose. Then Monty will open the worse of the two boxes you chose, and you take the better one.

Mining bitcoins at scale (via HN).

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I've been waiting for someone to make this video!

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Volume I of the Feynman Lectures on Physics have now been made available online by Caltech.

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New post in my blog: "Kauffman Decimals"

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Graphical evolution of First Person Shooters: 1992-2012

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Straightedge and compass constructions, now in playable web-game form.

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300 líneas de código...

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I found the answer to this question to be surprising, but obvious in retrospect; I recommend trying to figure out the question before looking up the answer. (via Michael Lugo)

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