This is based on the “Pittsburgh” cookie in Bayesian Optimization for a Better Dessert with even less sugar and other tweaks. That is an industrial recipe, so this version works well if you dump everything in a bowl and mix. It is a good recipe to make with kids.
Skeptical about the chilli? Divide your dough and make some . . .
How to have less of it
You have too much useless stuff.
Get rid of it.
Marie Kondo's method can manipulate your emotions to help you throw things out. First, you have to pile all your clothes on the bed. Put all you books on the floor. That sort of thing. How much stuff you have will disgust you. Second, you have to "wake up" your . . .
Does the sun move around the earth or vice-versa?
Dialogue unfolds over four days, among three people. Salviati argues that Copernicus was right: The Earth orbits the Sun. Simplicio has an uncritical deference to Aristotle and Ptolemy. He's latched onto the idea that the sun orbits the Earth. Sagredo is the audience, an intelligent bystander.
This book inspires awe in the . . .
Microsoft at the zenith of C programming.
Is Writing Solid Code a paltry set of rules for writing C, for a vanished era of PCs? Yes, but if you put it in context, this is an amazing book.
It's 1993. Microsoft is near the height of its powers: Windows 3.11 will be out that December. Windows 95 development is under way. The FTC closed an investigation into . . .
These are the ones I kept.
I use Mari Kondo's method from The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up. You only hang onto things which spark joy. This is a catalog of books which sparked joy for me. This is a work in progress... There's a lot of sparkles of joy to get through.
A practical guide in an impractical language.
The first thing you notice is the code listings: They're all in BASIC! How digital signal processing operates laid bare.
The second thing you notice is the breadth of applications. Audio . . .
One of my formative memories of reading.
My mother read the Earthsea trilogy to my older brothers and me at bedtime. We had the three books in one volume. I reread it when I was in high school a dozen years after that and it was completely falling apart by then.
Some day I'll be completely falling apart too, I suppose, but for now I'm happy to wait to share this . . .