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Anyone who thinks we're all going to spend the 2032 elections poring over rambling blog posts by teenagers has never tried to read a rambling blog post by a teenager.

Anyone who thinks we're all going to spend the 2032 elections poring over rambling blog posts by teenagers has never tried to read a rambling blog post by a teenager.

Illustration d'une certaine réalité de l'ère informatique

Apprendre, voler, consommer, parler.. et créer, le monde a changé !

Illustration d'une certaine réalité de l'ère informatique

If our current civilization lasts another 8,000 years, it's probably fair to assume the Long Now Foundation got things right, and at some point we started listening to them and switched to five-digit years.

If our current civilization lasts another 8,000 years, it's probably fair to assume the Long Now Foundation got things right, and at some point we started listening to them and switched to five-digit years.

Does it get taller first and then widen, or does it reach full width before getting taller, or alternate, or what?

Does it get taller first and then widen, or does it reach full width before getting taller, or alternate, or what?

If you need some help with the math, let me know, but that should be enough to get you started! Huh? No, I don't need to read your thesis, I can imagine roughly what it says.

If you need some help with the math, let me know, but that should be enough to get you started! Huh? No, I don't need to read your thesis, I can imagine roughly what it says.

XKCD has a great take on the classic "Monty Hall" problem. If you don't know about the MH problem you should Google it.   Basically, Monty asks you to choose a door. There are two goats and a car. They show you one of the two that is not yours and not the car, then he asks if you'd like to switch or keep your same choice.  It is absolutely counter-intuitive, but absolutely true that you should ALWAYS SWITCH, and this is hotly debated, but it changes your odds of getting the car from 1/3 to…

XKCD has a great take on the classic "Monty Hall" problem. If you don't know about the MH problem you should Google it. Basically, Monty asks you to choose a door. There are two goats and a car. They show you one of the two that is not yours and not the car, then he asks if you'd like to switch or keep your same choice. It is absolutely counter-intuitive, but absolutely true that you should ALWAYS SWITCH, and this is hotly debated, but it changes your odds of getting the car from 1/3 to…

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