Is there a good handbook of mathematical integration? So hard to handle integration equations when reading paper.

After finish reading a book of history, I had nightmare last night. Some historic books can be a lot more scary than fictions like 1984.

@sophia if you look at the ancient graffiti on the walls of Pompeii you already realize shitposting isn't merely an old form, it is the human condition.

pompeiana.org/Resources/Ancien

I just realized that the different languages or social medias certainly dicide who are the readers. I should choose my platform and language more carefully when I want to express anything.

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Recently, I dreamed of John Lennon's "Imagine", almost cried when I woke up. I love this song a lot. I think I am an old antique on the taste of music.

Begin to read "Tender is the night". Not an easy book for me, but I'll try.

Actually if you do trust Facebook its because you don't understand it

Mark Zuckerberg Thinks You Don't Trust Facebook Because You Don't 'Understand' It

gizmodo.com/mark-zuckerberg-th

When we go into space- i don't want it to be because we need more space to live or because we need more resources. I want it to be because we want to know what other worlds look like, what it's like to live under alien suns, what life is out there, I want it to be because we want to know, driven by gentle curiosity rather than harsh need.

Whenever a web browser, operating system, or web site gains dominance among users, it stops being cool and starts becomes blatantly abusive.

This Chromium nonsense is just more of what we saw from Internet Explorer.

Every generation of geeks learns this anew, and acts all shocked. Learn some history, folks. Learn from those who came before.

Stop supporting only one platform. Variety is ESSENTIAL. Monocultures are death. #sysadmin

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Ladies, if he:

- Never responds to your texts
- Travels for years ignoring everyone
- Is tiny
- Literally goes right through you
- Changes flavour by oscillation

He's not your man. He's a

I finally finished reading the book "The Great Gatsby" yesterday, after a friend of mine gave it to me nearly ten years before on my birthday. My English was not good enough to read it then.

Tonight, North and South America will get the best view of the super "blood moon," as it's known, but Europeans and Africans will also be able to watch (weather permitting).
n.pr/2HmiU35

I do not have a bowl in my dormitory, so I heated instant noodles in my plastic water cup. Even if I cleaned my cup with water, the smell of instant noodles haunted for several days. Today I cleaned the cup carefully with dish-washing liquid, but the cup smells like dish-washing liquid now :(

One thing hard for me is to guess abbreviations on others' toots. Even Google translator cannot tell me. Google search and Wiki may give me multiple answers, but still hard to choose which one is right.

Want to use a link shortener on #Mastodon?

Don't! :blobsurprised: All links in Mastodon posts count for 23 characters, no matter how long they really are.

(via @jond )

#MastoTips

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