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How to have doas insult you (with insults straight from deraadt@):

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#reintroductions #introductions

Update/expansion of my intro last year. I'm now going into fourth year maths rather than theoretical physics, having switched degrees. (That's assuming I pass some exams this week that I deferred due to illness).

I brew beer as a hobby, and code when I have spare time. I enjoy writing science fiction, but I'm a long way away from publishing anything.

I have 111 characters spare so: My favourite equation is \(\int_M \mathrm{d}\omega = \int_{\partial M}\omega\)

Google Blocking Web Privacy Proposals at W3C https://www.cpomagazine.com/data-privacy/google-blocking-web-privacy-proposals-at-w3c/

TIL that the Kama Sutra recommends that women learn crypto:

@j @EdgarMartinezMoro you didn't ask me, but it's https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UTby_e4-Rhg

@EdgarMartinezMoro Hey, welcome to Mathstodon. What's your favourite finite simple group?

@florian You dragged it so that you wouldn't have to interact with each other as human beings, that's all.

I am an artist. I am flexible.

Tentative table of contents:

Introduction

Chapter 1 – How to Prove It

Chapter 2 – Logic and Set Theory

Chapter 3 – Real Numbers

Chapter 4 – Complex Numbers

Chapter 5 – Polynomials

Chapter 6 – Matrix Algebra

Chapter 7 – Derivatives

Chapter 8 – Iterated Function Systems

Chapter 9 – Analytic Functions

Chapter 10 – Möbius Transforms

Chapter 11 – Basic Number Theory

Chapter 12 – Groups

Chapter 13 – Elliptic Curves

Appendix A – Table of Notation

if you don't like someone, or an instance, block it. mute it. move on.

not everything needs a tumblr-esque cancellation campaign waged against it. not everything you take issue with needs some kind of social justice validation behind it.

not everything requires your input. or a response. escalation and counter-escalation are a thing and the fact so few people on this platform recognize that is very worrying.

@PINE64 I'm looking forward to ordering the #pinecil as soon as its available. Has there been any discussion of a programmable multimeter/oscilloscope being made based on a similar hardware (RISC-V) platform? (it seems to me that anyone who'd buy the pinecil, would also be interested in it)

If you do go down that route: IMO, PineProbe would be a great name.

Ha ha ha, former $WORK is asking for money back. Almost 4 months after I left.

This - to me - is almost unbelievable. Old $WORK made a mistake TWO FREAKING YEARS AGO. Gave too big a bonus to all employees. Everyone.

They just woke up and are saying, in effect: "Remember that 2018 bonus? Yeah, well, uh... We made a mistake, so please reimburse us. Pronto. Here are the bank details".

F* those f*ing bastards. They will have to talk to my lawyer.

- Blog
- https://jo.ie

- Languages
- English, Irish, French

Theoretical Physics/Mathematics background; Finished university and currently up to nothing in particular. OpenBSD, Void and Alpine Linux user.

Barba Non Facit Mathematicum

Joined Jun 2017