We all know the problem; it’s getting late in the office, all your colleagues left hours ago, and your eyes are watering from staring at the analysis output of a script that should have finished running ages ago. Yet for some inexplicable reason, it’s still not done. Wouldn’t it be great if you could just nip … Continue reading Coder’s Little Time Saver →
I’m sorry to announce that the winner from yesterday is Miguel de Cervantes. I was really really rooting for Joan Crawford on this one. For one thing, we’d have a packed house. I just think she’d be the best. Sure, Cervantes was a genius yah yah yah, and if the question were who to invite […]
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I just read the new Colson Whitehead book, the one where he plays poker? I like it at first, he had some great bits, but then it got boring. And, really, is there any gimmick less appealing, at this point, than “author/journalist goes and tries his luck at the World Series of Poker”? I don’t […]
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