I added some worked-out examples to my second piece on continued fractions http://vaguery.com/words/continued-fraction-exploring
A new puzzle that came to me in just about the same way as it did to the Salesman…
"A fucking robot could do it," is probably a clue.
"Oh lord it's NIPS isn't it?"
Me, glancing at my Twitter feed.
Buit I'd be happy to be shown wrong.
I have the feeling anaconda folks say "it's the only package manager you need" as a way of not quite saying "it can't be used with other package managers at all"…
I find myself wondering whether it's "safe" (in the sense of "less yakky than last time) to install anaconda on my laptop, which has been working just fine under `homebrew` management.
Last time I tried installing Jupyter or anything else "handled" by anaconda, it bolluxed up all my paths and filled `/usr/local` with unmanaged crap.
I'm hoping at least a dedicated core of Twitter followers are able and willing to give a mastodon instance (somewhere) a try.
Today I learned that at least sometimes, large numbers in Mexican manuscripts are written with alternating commas and apostrophes in the thousands place markers. https://bel.proz.com/forum/linguistics/192187-periods_or_commas_for_decimal_points_in_spanish.html#1685365
"Live in concert: DIAËRESIS!"
Well, I'm here.
I find myself wanting to see a feed of "first toots".