This year’s RAGBRAI route was announced this weekend.
Michael started jumping (for the first time) ten minutes ago! It was so exciting that he kept doing it for several minutes.
Today is my last day of work at Microsoft. After a one-week break, I will start a new position at a different company. More details on that will be posted later. Until then, have a nice day!
I saw this on Pinterest. Below is a screen capture, but if you go to shortestpathtree.org, you can view the paths being generated in real time.
I was over in Kirkland today and discovered that a restaurant I liked – Meze Mediterranean Deli – closed. Here’s some proof of the closing.
This has been a popular story this week. After the September 11 attacks in 2001, sound in the ocean plummeted, due to the decrease in shipping traffic. Two studies of the North Atlantic right whale happened to be going on at that time, which of course had nothing to do with measuring whale response to lower levels of ocean noise.
I was surprised by how many of the “nerd tastes” in How to Be Silicon Valley by Paul Graham sound like my preferences. I had no idea I am so easily classified.
The work that I did as a member of the Math Libraries Group in Technical Computing at Microsoft has been released in the form of a SQL Azure Lab named Microsoft Codename “Cloud Numerics”. There is, of course, a lot of other technology in the lab that was not produced by my group, but all of our product is in the release.