I'm trying something kind of new - writing a book summary over a month. To start, I'm going with this simple one. I hope to improve enough to also write analysis of technical books in depth (in chunks) :)
@stsquad have you thought of it with genetic mutations in mind? It can be used both ways: think of forks in terms of mutations; think of mutations in terms of forks.
@ColinTheMathmo very interesting. Can you try passing the same black background image from tesseract multiple times and see how the results are?
@JordiGH what does it mean? Like, we can literally speak to microphone and Emacs will execute commands handling speech-to-text and other intermediary layers?
@kensanata happens with me when I'm in a hurry. Otherwise I rinse with water, let it dry, rinse with isopropyle, dry.
ffplay -f lavfi -i life=s=400x300:mold=10:r=30:ratio=0.1:death_color=#C83232:life_color=#00ff00,scale=1200:800:flags=32 # Play Conway's Game of Life using ffmpeg's ffplay. From https://trac.ffmpeg.org/wiki/FancyFilteringExamples
Mandelbrot Maps (A Mandelbrot and Julia fractal viewer, aiming to demonstrate their relationship.) - https://f-droid.org/packages/uk.ac.ed.inf.mandelbrotmaps
This is awesome!
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