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In case anyone was wondering what is... Well aside from being the name of our instance it stands for "Question Others, Teach Others" and is pronounced like "goto", it is an intentional play on words "goto QOTO" sounds like "goto goto".

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@freemo I got inspired by your domain for Mastodon so I came up with β€˜quey’ meaning β€˜little baby cowβ€™πŸ˜

So I've been porting the open-source :opensource: mmorpg / MUD game I've been writing here (in java :Java: ) github.com/Syncleus/AetherMUD

The new game is written in Ruby :ruby: same idea though. It can be found here now github.com/Syncleus/Aethyr

It is a text based multi-player online game called a MUD. You don't even need a client to play, just telnet in to the server.

I've been working on porting over and improving the code that renders an area map. I finally have all the functionality ported over! I attached a screen shotto show what it looks like.

Put politics aside with your parents. It's an understatement to say that directing anger at them because they didn't vote how you feel they should have is misguided AF. One day they'll be gone, and dialing them will be impossible.

That is Sabah. When I left the US I left him with my sister. I knew I couldn't give him a good life with how hectic immigration is. For many years he has been happy and loved by my sister's kids and my sister herself. Today he was put to sleep because of cancer. He is a good boy, and I'm sorry I couldn't be there for him. I'll miss you Sabah, thank you so much for looking after my niece, nephew, and sister all these years.

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Asked my friend who's life he'd live if he could live any life throughout history. He replied "That rat that died from pressing the dopamine button too many times".

Hey there and !

Hope you're all having a fantastic day! Lovely blue skies here in Tel Aviv, a day I'm wishing I could lay out in the sun and just enjoy it. I've got work, unfortunately, but that can be nice, too.

So, for today is as follows:

What is a combination of foods you've discovered that maybe isn't standard and might sound a little odd. You gotta love it, though.

I've got a thing for peanut butter and jelly sandwiches on toast with hot sauce.

I was trying to explain to a friend in lamens terms why dark matter is so hard to detect while other weakly interacting particles were a bit easier (like neutrinos). It all comes down to mass.

If you could only interact with an object by blowing on it (an analogy for weak interactions) you could easily influence a fast moving feather (an analogy for a light neutrino). However if it were a bowling ball you can blow on it all you want and it wouldn't be effected at all (an analogy for Dark Matter).

I'm surprised this took so long. GWAS is hard because of nonlinear and complex relationships between individual components (genes), object recognition is complex because of complex relationships between individual components (pixels).

In 2012, the latter is essentially solved. In 2017, people start applying it to the former.

google.com/search?q=deep+learn

Toot generated with Markov chains Show more

I've said it before and I'll say it again. People with down syndrome are so unashamedly loving that they aren't the one with the problem, they aren't the ones with the disorder, we are.

youtu.be/hiz66tSppzA

This reminds me of my baby blue, she was the best!

After yesterday's 16 km (10 mile) ride I was very sore even at the beginning and my pace was really slow for this 🚲 ride. But I managed to get in 21 km (13 miles) and at a really good heart rate too. Thats technically a half-marathon! Considering it was two days in a row I'll take it as a win.

-marathon