Links

Links

  • How I Decide is a non-profit aimed at teaching children how to make better decisions.

  • The UK's Goldsmith College LGBTQ+ society twitter account explains that "gulags" were just misunderstood re-education camps, and a good idea for TERFs. (My guess is that students have been saying nonsense like this since the beginning of time, but now it gets to be retweeted by shocked bystanders.)

  • Google's historical Newspaper archive, from simpler times.

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  • Filecoin, the system for paying for decentralised data storage on IPFS, has an update, with video demos and more information on their proof-of-replication plans.

  • Cedilleum, a minimalist formal-proof/functional language for Ethereum, a new lambda-based calculus to go with it, plus a dApp browser written in Rust. Is Victor Maia having an annus mirabilus or is this all a dead end?

  • The Gunrun Backpack. A suggested set-up for live mobile streaming. €2000 but could be - will be - cheaper.

Links

Links

  • Fomo3D is a game on the Ethereum blockchain where the last person to pay money before a timer goes to zero wins the pot. The timer resets every time someone pays money. Thanks to a number of bots playing, the pot grew to three million dollars, before it was apparently won by a human playing a smarter game.

  • Wil Wheaton gets pushed off a Mastodon instance by people reporting him as anti-trans.

  • Counting people in line for Shake Shack in New York using machine learning.