Monthly Archives: May 2009

Is Twitter really good for anything?

Maybe, maybe not. Regardless, I still use it. Everyone’s heard of Twitter. Senators use it, newscasters blabber about it, but what is it? This is as simple as I can state it: Twitter is a service where you (the user) … Continue reading

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Old statistics joke

A company dealing in statistical analysis is hiring. Three recent graduates are invited for an interview: one has a degree in mathematics, another one in computer science, and the third one obtained his B.Sc. in statistics. All three are asked … Continue reading

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Gay marriage remains banned in California

Today, the California Supreme Court upheld Proposition 8′s ban on gay marriage, but also ruled that same-sex couples already married will remain married under state law. Proposition 8 passed with a 52% majority, overturning a previous ruling by the California … Continue reading

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Quotes from Charles Darwin

I can indeed hardly see how anyone ought to wish Christianity to be true; for if so the plain language of the text seems to show that the men who do not believe, and this would include my Father, Brother, … Continue reading

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Python Code Completion in Vim

Using RopeVim you can achieve this very easily. Install python-vim and mercurial with your package manager. In ubuntu, you would type this: sudo apt-get install python-vim mercurial Download Alexander Artemenko’s easy installer script. Save it from the web, or copy+paste … Continue reading

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