ai generated british food
I decided to give two neural nets a go at the Great British Bakeoff technical challenges. They did both much better and much worse than I had guessed.
The next Bond film is titled 007: No Jorts 2 Dye, and it's about time the crafts tutorial genre and action genres met
a Danish museum lent a bunch of money to an artist working on an art installation called "Take the money and run", supposedly made to show the difference between a yearly wage in Austria compared to Denmark
when they got the frames, they were empty
the artist took the money, and ran
this, the artist has stated in interviews, is the art piece
I love it
I finally got around to making a cover pattern for the larger hardcover journals and, did a couple with a new Viking longship design. Like the other covers, these are vegan/synthetic leather.
The fact that entire commercial and political careers were made in the field of *literal slave trading* over the last 500 years SHOULD HAVE been a warning to the English-speaking world that money is not a very good indicator of being a good person.
But it took quite a long time for acknowledgement of even that extremely blunt form of damage to sink in. Even among people who were otherwise philosophically committed to ideas like "liberty" and "self-governance" and "human rights".
Well well well if it isn’t my old flame, 4x4 tables of relational data. #InvisibleSun
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