[On hiatus while I wrap up the PhD.]
"One thing we've learned on the web is: if we give people the tools for doing things the wrong way, they will certainly do it the wrong way." -Douglas Crockford
"We cannot answer every correct question - but we can often answer questions which are not correctly asked, by first giving them a form in which they have a meaning. Often the process of reformulating the question and giving the answer is the same process. Looking for answers, we discover new meanings and find out what it was that we were asking for. This is the scientific approach. Do not expect answers before you have found clear meanings. But do not throw away unclear questions. Keep them on file until you have the means at the same time to clarify and to answer them." - Hans Reichenbach, "The Direction of Time"
"Information moves at the speed of light in all directions in a Bayesian model." -Richard McElreath
NecromancerJan 11, 2017
Good AnswerNov 24
YearlingJan 23, 2019