Epistropy is an approach at reusable #notetaking, which builds up a personal #wiki, that can be used for more efficient #knowledge retrieval | #visualization | #creativeThinking | #communication | #learning
with a simple #markup language at it's base ( inspired by #markdown & #latex )
I've had the rough idea for this project ever since I got into philosophy some 15 years ago. During my time studying physics at university the ideas manifested more and more, mainly because of frustration with rehashing the same concepts over and over in every textbook. Actual designing only started 2018
Interesting Fact of the Day:
Current climate change is happening at a pace 6.2 times faster than the climate change that resulted from the asteroid impact that killed the dinosaurs.
We have had 1.06 C change in about 150 years. The dinosaurs experienced a 4.5 degree change over 4,000 years. So for the dinosaurs it changed at a pace of 0.001125 C per year for us it has been about .007 degrees per year. So current climate change is happening 6.2x faster than it did during the extinction of the dinosaurs.
@ScottMortimer @rysiek The Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus is my long standing example of how we failed to teach critical thinking. It emulates all the things that convince people these days: it has references, reports, activities, links, big names, and on and on. But you still have to know that there are no cephalopods in trees… https://zapatopi.net/treeoctopus/
another awesome video by #realengineering, this time covering the functionality of #mobile #communication bringing yet another explanation why 5G towers aren't dangerous. Not that any of the consipracy guys will be convinced by this. The core of the video is the technical background anyways.
I'm going to call it "Crust of Rust", hoping that a name will make me do more of these (assuming y'all find this one useful). It fits well, since I'm covering the scarier "edges" that come up for more intermediate Rust users in bite-sized chunks 🥧 If you have ideas for other Rust crusts, send them my way! Try to think of topics that could be covered in ~90m. I'll start curating a list of session topics, and hopefully I'll find the time to do another in not too long. In the meantime, stay safe!
The recording of my first #rustlang mini session is now up! We covered lifetime annotations through a real code example, and people seemed to follow along and understand why the lifetimes were needed and how they worked 🎉 Watch it at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rAl-9HwD858&list=PLqbS7AVVErFiWDOAVrPt7aYmnuuOLYvOa.
My #youtube channel is now now linked in my profile information for anyone who's interested in some (#metal / #blackmetal / #science / #technology / #engineering / #programming (#rustlang focused) / #absurd / #math ) playlists and channel recommendations
if I'll ever make original content it will most likely be on different channels if at all.
So the motivation purposes of this hashtag based blog haven't worked out that well in the last two months. The #homeoffice situation has a great deal to with it, as my current working environment isn't ideal due to various reasons. Hoping to move soon and get some proper equipment (eyeing for a #ryzen notebook).
Until then I'll prioritize working on songs rather than code to keep my sanity. But it doesn't mean the development will halt completely.
one of the most important things in the design is the prevention of barotrauma. If you're doing it only half right, the patient might still have a lot of additional pain when being treated with the do it yourself ventilators to the point where sedation is necessary
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