calmer news

  1. French Court Issues Damages Award for Violation of GPL (heathermeeker.com)
  2. The Singapore Airlines Concorde: The full story (mainlymiles.com)
  3. Motion blur all the way down (2022) (osar.fr)
  4. CSS for printing to paper (voussoir.net)
  5. A windowed graph Fourier transform (2012) (ieee.org)
  6. Artisan AI (YC W24) Is Hiring a VP of E (ycombinator.com)
  7. The Theorist Who Sees Math in Art, Music and Writing (quantamagazine.org)
  8. A woman named "Steve" – IT pioneer, entrepreneur, philanthropist (2019) (computer.org)
  9. Twenty Years Is Nothing (deprogrammaticaipsum.com)
  10. What Is a Schur Decomposition? (nhigham.com)
  11. A computational approach to emergence in complex multi-level systems (arxiv.org)
  12. Cold Chemistry Is Different (aps.org)
  13. Mathematical Journeys into Fictional Worlds [pdf] (gresham.ac.uk)
  14. How to be a good listener (tomblog.rip)
  15. Sampling: What Nyquist didn't say, and what to do about it (2018) [pdf] (wescottdesign.com)
  16. Surrealism Is 100 (nytimes.com)
  17. Using a solar oven as a radiant refrigerator at night (solarcooking.org)
  18. The perils of pause(2) (2023) (cipht.net)
  19. Bugs I've filed on browsers (nolanlawson.com)
  20. Wonnx real-time webcam image classication using WebGPU (pixelspark.nl)
  21. Interesting ideas in Observable Framework (simonwillison.net)
  22. Enough with the dead butterflies (2017) (emilydamstra.com)
  23. Giant anaconda species in the Amazon of Ecuador is the largest to be documented (usatoday.com)
  24. Nearly all of California's reservoir's are above their historical averages (ca.gov)
  25. Better PC cooling with Python and Grafana (calbryant.uk)
  26. Show HN: Free comments section for personal sites (bhread.com)
  27. Corvette that Windows zip folders bought (twitter.com/davepl1968)
  28. Scientists put Jared Diamond's continental axis hypothesis to the test (psypost.org)
  29. California rains resurrect a long-dead lake in dry Death Valley (washingtonpost.com)
  30. French artists in 1899 envisioned what life would look like in the year 2000 (openculture.com)