Drawing is an illusion, you aren’t making circles and squares and cubes, you’re making lines that convince the brain that it’s looking at circles and squares and cubes.
If you have trouble making smooth strokes in general, it’s most likely a mix of arm control, practice, and lying to yourself. You say you can’t draw a decent circle, but odds are you can, because you can most likely draw the letter
o just fine, which is a circle. …
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Say I managed to save $500 from my day job. I find 5 people who begrudgingly agree to give me $100 because I told them I can turn it into $200 in a month. I give them $200 each at the end of the month.
Now, I am out of savings but I have 5 people who doubled their money in a month with no hard work at all.
I use their story as an example to show people that my idea works. Now it’s easier to find people who pay me. I take $100 from 10 more people, wait for a month, and use the proceeds ($1,000) to give $200 each to 5 of those people.
Now I have a proven business model, and a good number of people who will vouch for my method. I use the proceeds from each successive group to pay the previous cohort of people. …
Basics, Oscillators & Waveforms, Filters, Envelopes, Modulation, Advanced Waveforms. An Explanation of analog subtractive synthesis. Part 1.
Osc - Oscillator
Kybd - Keyboard
LPF - Low Pass Filter
HPF - High Pass Filter
Amp - Amplifier
Env - Envelope
Mod - Modulation
LFO - Low Frequency Oscillator: usually used for modulation
The reMouseable trick
Drawing some pixel arts, or white-boarding on your computer with the stylus?It’s possible with a little tool call reMouseable.
ssh enables a computer client, say the reMarkable tablet, to send packets over the network to a computer server, say your PC. It relies on a well-established secure protocol working across multiple platforms including Windows, Linux and OSX.
reMouseable receives the ssh incoming messages and convert them accordingly, allowing the tablet to act as an input device.
This effectively turn the reMarkable into a Graphic tablet input device.
Grab the latest reMouseable build from the releases page. …
Deploying machine learning models for serving on Kubernetes provides useful auto scaling features, and metrics gathering out of the box with the native metrics-server.
This article outlines the steps to deploy Models servers onto Kubernetes, leveraging BentoML for the packaging of models and server instances, and Knative to make deployment even simpler than having to manage pods and define auto-scaling groups.
Getting started with BentoML is pretty easy, the Quickstart guide is a good place to start.
1/ Install BentoML and scikit-learn locally
pip install bentoml scikit-learn
2/ Clone the repo containing the example
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:bentoml/BentoML.git
3/ Install python dependencies for this training and…
The VNC trick
VNC is a desktop-sharing system that enables a client to see the screen of another computer and act on it remotely. It relies on a well-established protocol supporting multiple platforms including Windows, Linux and Android.
rmvncclient brings both VNC to the reMarkable device by allowing the tablet to connect to a remote VNC server, show the remote screen on its E-Ink display and interact with it through the touchscreen.
If you are a literature researcher or simply read a lot of science paper, when reading on your favorite app, you can easily select specific parts of a text and images, then highlight it.
All the marked content can be quickly accessed later. This makes research a lot easier.
Is it possible on the reMarkable? Yes sir.
Its very simple:
You can download biff here: https://github.com/soulisalmed/biff
You will need Python installed on your computer. The tool support some parameters to adjusts the image quality setting, and works very well with 2 columns PDFs as well.
Having the experience of seeing the precious metal market boom in the 2000’s, from the lows when central banks were selling, to the high when accumulation increased due to systemic uncertainties, one has to ask whether something like that can happen again — and if it will, when will that be?
Given that these are markets with a very high degree of leverage and price manipulation, an accurate price prediction might be next to impossible without inside knowledge. …
I saw one of my friends on social media posted a picture of a snake they found under their porch. Naturally, as I sifted through the comments…
I saw many of people commenting “I would have killed it!” or other statements condemning the animal for being disgusting or scary.
It has always been amazing to me how just the sight of a tiny snake makes people want to start killing them (imagine if that were the case for other animals). Then I found the one comment that gave me pause.
“I wish all snake species went extinct.”
Okay, ignoring the fact that that’s a HUGE overreaction to a tiny garter snake, you really don’t wish that — this brilliant individual went on to list a handful of other animals he deemed we would be better off without. I wanted to just lay out a few reasons why snakes are important, and why we would be monumentally screwed without them. …
The premise is quite simple. Amanda Waller, who works as an intelligence officer for the government, gains permission to build and assign a team to head up a highly sensitive, critical mission.
The caveat being all members are recruited from a selection of skilled, vicious criminal convicts. The final squad, given the name of “Task Force X”, is comprised of the following high-profile villainous personalities: