MCAFEE: I’ll decrypt San Bernardino phone free – Business Insider
“Cyberscience is not just something you can learn. It is an innate talent. The Juilliard School of Music cannot create a Mozart. A Mozart or a Bach, much like our modern hacking community, is genetically created. A room full of Stanford computer science graduates cannot compete with a true hacker without even a high-school education.”
Building Concentric Circles with Nice Color Palettes For Fun and Science – The Media Temple Blog
one of those pretty explorations across a variety of webdev/design/thoughtvector-ish fields
Try WorkFlowy Instantly
slick tag based sorting features which open up some interesting options
A Mathematician’s Lament
““Of course!” he reassures himself, “No society would ever reduce such a beautiful and meaningful art form to something so mindless and trivial; no culture could be so cruel to its children as to deprive them of such a natural,satisfying means of human expression. How absurd!”h/t thinkthankthunk
Ruth Goodman’s How to Be a Tudor, reviewed.
“As a sort of control, a colleague of Goodman’s experimented with showering every day while wearing the same clothes, unwashed, for several months, and “the smell was overpowering.” Therefore, Goodman concludes, “the 16th-century belief in the cleansing power of linen turns out in practice to have some truth to it.””
Jon Orr on Twitter: “.@mr_stadel ,Slope clothesline! Used (0,2) as fixed point. After lined up we had an amazing visual of changing slope https://t.co/NosKsPzeGh”
lesson planning on Twitter
Students Aren’t Coddled. They’re Defeated. | Just Visiting
“But here’s the most important thing: they do not believe that their college composition course has any relationship to that need.
Other than its credentialing function, much of school is viewed as unrelated to their futures”
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