Logic with kittens https://diamondgeezer.blogspot.com/2019/04/logic-with-kittens.html
Uncertain ballot papers in the Cotswolds
Very pleased with EU election result.
- Strong Remain (Lib Dem, Green, etc) got 40.4%
- Strong Leave (Bexit and UKIP) only got 34.9%
Don't Know (Lab and Con) got 23.2%. #EP2019
Quality tablecloths in quality restaurants
Vote vote vote vote, vote vote vote vote, vote vote vote vote, VOTEY VOTEY VOTE VOTE!
Vote for a pro-eu party: Lib Dem, Green or Change UK.
If you want to vote tactically: https://medium.com/@Metatone/a-strawman-on-ep-election-tactical-voting-for-remainers-9b17edcdbcfd
What happened to the buses, now that Hammersmith Bridge is closed? https://diamondgeezer.blogspot.com/2019/05/route-533.html #london #map
Recent improvements to PHP
Tactical voting for Remainers - who to vote for in the European Parliament election
https://medium.com/@Metatone/a-strawman-on-ep-election-tactical-voting-for-remainers-9b17edcdbcfd #ukpol #ep2019
Career Advice from Moxie Marlinspike
A Biography of Archimedes, Written Entirely in Anagrams for “Archimedes”
EU election: most UK political parties have a good balance of men and women, with one major exception. https://dbatley.com/blog/2019/05/eu-candidate-gender-bias.html #ukpol
Here's an interesting perspective: Code Is Not Literature http://www.gigamonkeys.com/code-reading/
It addresses a puzzle:
> [So many programmers say], “People should read code” but few people seem to actually do it. I’d be surprised if I interviewed a novelist and asked them what the last novel they had read was, and they said, “Oh, I haven’t really read a novel since I was in grad school.” Writers actually read other writers but it doesn’t seem that programmers really do, even though we say we should.
This is the Mastodon server used by @h2g2bob. Most posts are public, take a look around. Why not take a look at dbatley.com for other interesting stuff.