"To help some of the newcomers make connections: name 5-7 things that interest you but aren't in your profile, as tags so they are searchable. Then boost this post or repeat its instructions so others know to do the same." #introductions
Surveillance is crap because I don’t want to click on something I’d like to read or watch, for fear that it will start “recommending” things I don’t want. There’s nothing wrong with reading a tabloid news story every now and then! I just don’t want Big Brother to start thinking I only want to read tabloids. Ugh
@qwert honestly, this language is garbage. It’s not intuitive at all and feels like “coding for morons”
i decided to make a graph of toots/hour by each instance in the top ten based on the stats from @federationbot
the first chart contains a line for the total toots, this made the individual instances to small to see, so the second chart doesn't have it
Instead of working on my design project this evening, I spent a few hours making a python script that makes a handy chat transcript from a GroupMe message archive. It’ll be (minorly) useful for the group, but I really enjoyed applying my knowledge here, more so than I would have if I had worked on the project content
I think I want to get a tablet that I can use to take notes in class so I don’t have to keep buying notebooks. I really only need the functionality to write notes and then maybe connect to my computer to save as a PDF, so I’m looking for something fairly cheap. There’s a chrome book that looks nice, but I’m upset at how google handles user data
An Interactive Introduction to Fourier Transforms, http://www.jezzamon.com/fourier/index.html by @jezzamonn.
This is the *best* interactive explanation of Fourier Transforms I've ever seen. Congrats!
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