I missed two reviews. This one might not have correctly demarcated items. Also redefining the sections a little so they make more sense.
This section is for logging experiments connected with a problem I am solving. The output can be programs, documents etc.
The title is self explanatory
- AdaSearch: A Successive Elimination Approach to Adaptive Search, not really sure this is something new. I feel a lot of similar ideas are around, covering different instantiations/variations of the narrowing search problem.
- Found BlinkDB (as a result of finding this nice blog, the morning paper), have to see how it works but surely looks interesting.
- Evan Buswell - esoteric.codes. Don't think the idea is as fundamental as posed. I might be wrong since it needs a bit of growth to really show the colors.
- The Source History of Cat from two bit history (they have some really interesting pieces).
- Came to know that there is a fuzziness feature allowed in regex packages (see here for example). I wonder whether a weighted regex, using a weighted automata is useful enough to warrant existence.
Mostly for recreational programming. Though the plot covers all commits, including work related.
- I got to setup elfeed finally. My feeds are here.
- Wrote some inconsequential elisp (these two words should be kept together).
General writings, not related to experiments
- Tried to factor up the idea of Strange Loop and wrote a bunch. As an aside, writing on paper feels real good.
Books, podcasts, essays etc.
- Read a few books. The Little Schemer, Probably Approximately Correct and a few more issues from Sandman.
- Came to know about war masks. Try out a few image searches for 'war masks ww1', pretty neat.
- A few essays. Deny and become: the radical ethos of negative capability, Why read the nihilistic work of Giacomo Leopardi today? I also tried curio on aeon, the narration was nice.