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This is a very good intro/refresher on how cryptocurrencies/block chains work.
More hypnotic slow-tv... not just slow, competent well equipped tv.
These two complement each other well, an interesting session.
It's hard not to get sweaty hands every time Alex Honnold is on video...
Also has surprisingly good comments for a youtube video...
It's rather ironic that our brains do inverse kinematics so easily, and kinematics is hard, but it's the reverse when programming a robot...
Some inside tips on MicroPython optimization.
This is a fascinating optical illusion, and The Curiosity Show was great!
Stop writing crappy shell scripts—write crappy Python scripts instead! Good stuff :)
Wow, that's a mouthful!
This is brilliant. Explains so much.
1.5 million helium balloons - and quite a few unintended (but in hindsight kind of obvious) consequences...
This is bizarre stuff (and I see you there Jacinta!) and the implications are pretty concerning...
Quite an amusing presentation on a neat hack (and a lucky escape from a large AWS bill...)
Yes. Yes, we should.
Some very nice stuff in here, both the results and the techniques.
Eeep... wind can be pretty horrific!
This is beautiful, complex, painstaking and fairly insane!
"Why don't people appreciate progress?"
Chris Anderson talking with SpaceX president Gwynne Shotwell about BFR etc.
Amazing how persistence of vision causes our brains to insist that this has to be the same object moving/changing shape, as we never evolved to consider rapid switching of images to even be a possibility...
An amazing pandigital approximation to e that is correct to 18457734525360901453873570 decimal digits found by R. Sabey in 2004.