Need a costume for tonight? In a pinch, going as Google Image Search seems relatively easy, but you’ll probably need body armor or a helmet to stave off the inevitable beating.
Here’s a weird sys-admin story about a statistics department that couldn’t send email more than 500 miles. It would definitely be one of those tech-support calls that you choke on.
An introduction to visual math. For those unfamiliar with the likes of golden ratios and the Mandelbrot sets.
A physicist has shown that when you get a wobbly table at a restaurant, it’s pretty much a given that you can rotate the table so it’s no longer unstable. Research courtesty of the great minds at CERN.
Advertising for the sake of advertising, learning from Times Square. “It has become its own entity; an attraction in its own right. Who cares what its selling?”
We have loads of new Seal Club action coming at you. First off, a quick redesign. Got rid of the old look in favour of a cleaner, whiter layout. The page is now entirely swathed in Garamondy goodness or some other serif font.
Now for the fresh meat. Two new interviews for 5Q: Naz Hamid of Absenter and Joen Asmussen of NoScope. They’re fairly short and won’t take too long to read. While we’re on the subject here’s a quick visual recap of the five interviews so far:
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Introducing my latest plugin for wordpress: myStatus. It allows you to create a simple personal status page to let the world know what you’re working on.