A brief tutorial on #Fabricius: https://artsandculture.google.com/story/gwXxcXwClTM8JA
A treatment of the utility of colour decorrelation stretching for Egyptologists: https://artsandculture.google.com/story/kQVB7V2qDsHG7Q
Stories I built: My Grad student talks about a (very very light) history of egyptian epigraphy: https://artsandculture.google.com/story/3AWRthyomDRf2w
I participated in creating a rather neat thing: https://artsandculture.google.com/project/ancient-egypt https://blog.google/outreach-initiatives/arts-culture/unravel-symbols-ancient-egypt/ g.co/fabricius
Supermicro and hardware supply chain attacks
"An explanatory lecture on the finer points of algebra might be effective in conveying information pertaining to math, but it might also be a fine opportunity to practice falling asleep whilst sitting in a room with various degrees of directed noise. The latter is motivated by a very clear and directly applicable use value, while the former requires a higher degree of contextual introduction to come to pass. Both outcomes are equally likely, and both learners are equally motivated."
Last night I got to hear two bassoon concerti, one by Mozart and one a world premier written for the soloist. I freely admit I've got a soft spot for bassoon, but dang, y'all. I had no idea the instrument could sound _that_ good.
Not finding any recordings of the soloist, but here's the Mozart: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PYOPQuhdoQM
This is definitely the only platform I can toot "Yo where my analytic philosophers at?" and have any hope of finding someone. Which is wild.
@galen I've been accused of being continental by an analytic philosopher, but I certainly don't identify as one.
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