I'm a current PhD student at Edinburgh Uni, studying the learning dynamic of artificial neural text models. Information about me aside from that:
- I have a condition that makes it painful to type or write. I dictate all my code and interactions with dragon, talon, and voicecode.
- I play roller derby! My name is Gaussian Retribution. I'm back on skates from months of coalescing after tripping over the flower girl at a wedding.
- 🏳️🌈 ♿ 🔯
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Cory Doctorow: Disruption for Thee, but Not for Me
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Surely You’re a Creep, Mr. Feynman
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'The case for inbox infinity'
"All of these coping mechanisms are inferior to one simple solution: inbox infinity. Adopting inbox infinity means accepting the fact that there will be an endless, growing amount of email in your inbox every day, most of which you will never address or even see. It’s about letting email messages wash over you, responding to the ones you can, but ignoring most."
Makes me curious how my fediverse friends handle the onslaught of emails...
Seriously people we need to make "It is false and defamatory to suggest that X Y" into a meme:
Tennessee doctors earn big money denying disability claims
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Book recommendation for space lesbian stevedores
@hvincent By the way, there's a character in this book who I just imagine as looking like you with all your mannerisms and your voice? You play Pepper in my internal adaptation of this series.
subscription-based music services stink
I'm finding myself very annoyed with spotify. Lots of music I loved as a teenager just isn't available in streamed collections so my listening habits are really moving away from nostalgia. Anyway here's a song I loved when I was 14 that is annoying for me to find now. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8rmHFHA8BhY
Roller derby name: Gaussian Retribution.
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