River Through Time

River Through Time
Below is an animation of a river over about 20 years. I like it because it shows the meander of the river changing over several years, as well as cut-offs and ox bow lakes forming. This happens for many rivers, but its' pace is often too slow for us to notice.

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The Three Audience Truths

This is advise for when given a speech, or otherwise speaking in public. Remember:

  1. They believe you're the expert, so don't tell them otherwise.
  2. They want you to succeed, so they're on your side.
  3. They won't know when you make a mistake, so don't announce it.

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Sailing (Round the Globe)

Sailing (Round the Globe)
So one of the things my Love and I have talked about is the idea of taking off to a season of sailing. The ocean has a sort of primitive draw to me that is hard to explain and not particularly rational. I have no experience sailing. In fact, my experience on the water is limited to commercial ferries and canoing a couple of hours at a time.

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The American Health Care System

The American Health Care System
All you need to know about the American health care system is that there's a popular TV series where a man turns to cooking industrial quantities of crystal meth in order to pay his hospital bills.

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Colourettu 1.0.0 for Python released

Colourettu

Version 1.0.0 of Colourettu has been released.

Colourettu is a Python library I've written for dealing with colours, and specifically to determine the contrast between two colours.

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Colourettu 0.1.1 for Python released

Colourettu

Version 0.1.1 of Colourettu has been released.

Colourettu is a Python library I've written for dealing with colours, and specifically to determine the contrast between two colours.

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Failure or Blame

If you work in an organization, the underlying rule is simple: People are not afraid of failure, they’re afraid of blame.

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