Or, you can replace steps 2–4 with pitting Google's toys against one another, and have the audio Captcha solved by google's speach-to-text algorithm: https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/pa55z8/researchers-fool-recaptcha-with-googles-own-speech-to-text-service?utm_source=reddit.com
The i7-6700 die is 122mm² big (https://en.wikichip.org/wiki/intel/core_i7/i7-6700), which makes an almost exactly 11mm edge length, assuming it is square.
11mm / 20nm = 550 000 discernable details on each axis
550 000 * 0.2mm = 110m
so that's it, the printout would be a square 110m on each side, or a bit more than a hectar.
And you would still have to crouch down to see the 0.2mm details everywhere...
"What rational person would decide that the way to write great novels was to begin by spending several years creating an imaginary elvish language, like Tolkien, or visiting every household in southwestern Britain, like Trollope? No one, including Tolkien and Trollope."
HEY ARTISTS and general people who are looking for creative opportunities -->
i'm sharing what might be my life's work, which is a spreadsheet of almost 400 places that hold regular open calls for residencies, shows, and funding
y'all deserve this and we gotta take care of each other. apply to things and get that support:
“The technology behind the internet is not incompatible with our rights, but the business model Facebook and Google have chosen is.”
Yep, that’s Amnesty International saying that.
@librenauta jajajaja caminando vale? quiero viento
@croqaz 👏 👏 👏 Congrats! will take a look.
Similar situation here, I feel you :)
Is really a hard feeling at times
We've been selected with c0d3 p03try (@flordefuego and @rapofran) to present a performance on the International Conference on Live Coding (ICLC). The problem is there are no funds to travel, so if anyone knows of any scholarship it would be really helpful cause we have no money to travel and it would be for us such an opportunity to assist :(
Nos seleccionaron con c0d3 p03try para participar de la ICLC que será en Irlanda pero no tenemos dinero para viajar, si alguien sabe de alguna beca a la que podamos aplicar seria de mucha ayuda, gracias!
@joshavanier I can upload the code somewhere if you are interested (CW: is quite hacky and zero-polished :P)
@joshavanier Ok, I took a look. The structure is very similar to what you have, pair of words associated to possible next words.
It has 47905 pairs.
40442 of those pairs have a single option as next word (I guess that's why it generates almost always textual extracts)
There's one entry that has 4127 possibilities. When I took a look, I found out it was a triple space 🤷♂️
looks like if I do a more intelligent parsing and some cleanup of the model it might return more interesting results :)
Just built a (proto, toy, mini) testing DSL in ruby because... procrastination :P
I parsed the first 3 chapters from "Los siete locos" from here: http://biblioteca.derechoaleer.org/biblioteca/roberto-arlt/los-siete-locos/capitulo-primero.html
I have the chain dumped to a file, I can take some numbers out if you are interested
(I did one a while ago with some texts of Roberto Arlt here http://say-something-arlt.herokuapp.com/ but I remember I struggled a bit to not make it enter in endless loops, and to control the amount of possible variations (I remember that I used a config parameter that makes it aware of the n previous words, but having it higher than 2 was just extracting literal phrases from the book most of the time :( )
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko