So met the guy who wrote this paper/post on a plane trip several years back where I was flying out on a business trip. I’ve done hundreds of them so they kinda all blend together and I didnt really remember who he was.
Anyway a few days ago he pops up into my emails, must be 4 years, maybe more, since the trip, and says he remembers me, apparently we talked some advanced math or something cause he knew I was the perfect guy to check out is NvNP math proof. Anyway, convinced him to come here and share it with all you guys, he could really use some feedback.
So yea, if you know any math or are just curious please check out @carlostomas ‘s paper attached as the quote/link on this post it would really help him out. I’ll be taking a look when I get a chance soon as well.
I wanted to take a minute to explain QOTOs Remote timeline feature, specifically the new aspect we just released on the advanced interface: Domain Favourites.
This feature allows you to pull up a column which is identical to the local timeline of a remote instance, thus addressing the need for users to have multiple accounts across multiple instances. You can be here on QOTO and see the remote timeline as a separate feed just as if you were on the remote instance itself! For example attached to this post is what the Koyu.space remote timeline looks like from QOTO.org.
Note: This feature can not and does not bypass security permissions. If a user has blocked you you wont see that users posts in the remote timeline either.
There are several ways to pull up or switch between remote timelines, and you can have several remote timelines up at the same time or even combine them in a single column.
One way to do this is with the QOTO lists feature. Here you can create lists that are either collections of people you wish to follow in their own timeline, or a list of domains where you wish to follow the remote local timeline of the whole domain. Create the lists you want then open your lists and switch between them to view the various timelines you define.
You can also go into your settings and under preferences there is a subsection called “Favourite domains”, you can add domains there as well. If you do this the domain will show up on the main navigation bar and you can select it with fewer clicks than through the list menu. There is also a Favourite Tags section in preferences that works much the same way.
You can also pull up the remote local timeline of an instance from a posted status itself. Simply click the three dots on a post from any user from the desired domain and one of the options will be to open the remote timeline for that domain.
That is all there is to it, enjoy!
With IFTTT pushing their new pricing plans, does anyone have any suggestions for alternatives? I'm aware of https://www.home-assistant.io/ but if there's anything that will show me to be lazy, I'd like to look at that first. Thanks!
@lupyuen Hi, I just ordered a #pinetime devkit and Pogo pins from @PINE64. However, my embedded Cortex-M experience is limited to simpler platforms like Arduino nano and ST boards with built in debugger. I've never had to use an external debugger/programmer.
What do I actually need to be able to flash firmware onto the watch? Would a "SEGGER J-Link EDU mini-JTAG/SWD debugger" (link below) work or do I need something else?
Any help is appreciated.
Today, @Lenovo@twitter.com announced an expanded range of 30 ThinkPad and ThinkStation PCs pre-installed with Ubuntu including the popular X1. Ideal for developers, learn more on the models and our continued partnership here.
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@ubuntu Preloaded. GLOBALLY!
So... Can someone with bio/genetic/epidemiology background explain this to me? Are her claims valid? The criticism to this paper seems to be that the genetic variation is only 5% but isn't that large in genetic terms? https://www.technologynetworks.com/genomics/news/experts-respond-to-preprint-study-suggesting-sars-cov-2-resulted-from-laboratory-modification-340515
From a Hackaday comment: 'there are only 2 industries that refer to us as “users”, Drug dealers and software companies'
Autodesk drastically changed the personal use license terms of Fusion360, a popular proprietary 3D CAD product. Crippling the product in the process. I'm kind of baffled how well known 3D printers are making excuses online for Autodesk. E.g 'they need to make money' and 'it's not that bad'. You ignorant fools. Autodesk is a multibillion cooperation that makes hundreds of millions of profit a year!
@kota @PINE64 Yep its more like Hello Watch Face 😀 Check this doc https://lupyuen.github.io/pinetime-rust-mynewt/articles/cloud
Hello everydual, I'm currently a 4th year student. My interests are mathematical/computational neuroscience and philosophy (thinking of pursuing a PhD/MSc on mathematical modelling). This instance looks fairly interesting. I look forward to meeting cool smart people. Other notable topics of interest: GNU/Linux (Ubuntu/Kali/Mint), FOSS/H, Python, Rust, LatAm history/politics. #introductions
Random fact: this is my favorite picture
I literally just said this in a room full of Physicist Ph.Ds and I have no regrets:
Hell given the probabilistic nature of quantum mechanics given enough time the turd I put in the toilet this morning will eventually turn into a clown and do the macarena, but the amount of time it would take to actually observe that would probably be longer than the time the universe takes to reach heat death :)
Computational Neuroscience and Philosophy with a sprinkle of code.
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