2022-03-11 Nerd Roundup
AI allows grandpa to tell you stories from beyond the grave. The computer science of wargaming. Testing asm directives in C++. All this and more this weeek!
We had the top three Nerd Herders online this week: James Grenning, Greg Young, and Jon Kern. As you can imagine, it's been an exciting week for tech and tech-related news.
|No software required raspberry pi uses electromagnetic radiaion to discover||What dark magic is this?|
Just the top 5 headlines
Been meaning to add this one to my list of browser home pages
|Another in the infinite series of "quick news summary" sites. I wish them well. This is the tech magic act we all keep attempting and retrying. One of the "eternal" projects, along with project tracking|
|Zeal||Nice! Want to try this out the next time I'm coding instead of Yet Another Google Festival|
|I've dealt with foreign cyberattacks america isn't ready for what's coming||What's it going to take for folks to really wake up?|
|The Puzzling Virus That Infects Almost Everyone||Like supermassive blackholes in the middle of galaxies, the role of viruses and human evolution/health is full of mysterious correlations and unknown causalities. Something weird's going on here. Like gut bacteria, expect more from this area of research|
|Making thousands a month being a web programmer without killer tools||Check out the reactions to this guy's work. The stupid is definitely real|
Algorithmic warfare and focal point analysis
Also, whoa! Using math to reach somewhat independent conclusions about the Ukranian War
|Math and guns, what could be cooler?|
|TechRadar: This creepy AI tech can now turn your ancestor's photos into a mini biopic.||Grandpa? Is that you?|