How we Learn: A Zine
- Make a lot of connections between points
- Use it or lose it, preferably with spaced repetition
- Deep connections are better than shallow ones, markedly so.
Computational Geometry Tutorial So, this isn't a tutorial on how to implement algorithms, so much as it explains how to use the algorithms provided by the library in question.
Mostly just silly arguments for/against members of the Common Lisp family of languages. Best quote:
> [maybe it should be begi1, begi2 and begin]
Poor Man's Netcode, an interesting article on the Data-Oriented-Design of netcode for Deciever
Lobsters: What I wish I knew before contributing to Open Soure, a person that committed code to the Harvey fork of Plan9 got removed from the contributors list in a shady looking fashion.
Patterns as solution anti-patterns
So the moral from this seems to be that when patterns are before the problem they address is understood, the pattern is likely to be used poorly.