Monthly Archives: November 2016
“All is flux, nothing stays still—there is nothing permanent except change.” These words have been attributed to the Greek philosopher Heraclitus. Everything changes these days, including the way we get news, read books, listen to music, and watch movies. Sometime … Continue reading
Good thing robots don’t have feelings.
The well-known Minard diagram (see its larger version here) shows the losses suffered by Napoleon’s mighty army in the 1812-1813 during his invasion of Russia. Six variables are famously plotted in 2D: the size of the army, its location, time, direction of movement, and … Continue reading
this is sad!