ExtremeTech has a good first article on the Nvidia Jetson Nano developer kit. (The image shown is from their article)
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The person who was Employee #2 at Pinterest (and then left) wrote a good article titled, Reflecting On My Failure to Build a Billion-Dollar Company.
A friend sent me this link about computer latency.
It turns out that converting AsciiDoc to HTML without including a bunch of undesired CSS is a problem, and converting AsciiDoc to Markdown is also a problem. The page I linked to shows the best way I’ve found to convert AsciiDoc to Markdown, which can then be converted to CSS-free HTML. In case that page ever disappears, the basic commands are:
Install pandoc and asciidoc:
sudo apt install pandoc asciidoc
Convert asciidoc to docbook:
asciidoc -b docbook foo.adoc
Convert docbook to markdown:
I don’t know if it was just coincidence, but I went to Lowe’s yesterday for the first time in seven months, then I had a Lowe’s ad on Twitter first thing this morning. So “Allow some” is now “Off.” (See the Location and Personalization settings in the images.)
If you ever need to convert Docbook to AsciiDoc, this Pandoc command seems to work well:
pandoc --wrap=none -f docbook -t asciidoc \ DocbookFile.xml > AsciiDocFile.adoc
airtable.com has put together a cool collection of startup “Pitch Decks.”
Microsoft has a nice interview with FP researcher and Haskell co-creator Simon Peyton Jones.
I haven’t read it yet, but I’m told that Cats, Cubits, and Teleportation is a clear description of quantum computing.