The Weekly Weird - 2015-03-27


The Weekly Weird - 2015-03-13

A special, truncated edition, brought to you by the Vault 2015 conference.

The Weekly Weird - 2015-02-27

Goodbye February, you delightfully symmetrical month.

The Weekly Weird - 2015-02-20

Kind of lame this week, sorry.

The Weekly Weird - 2015-02-13

Plenty of stuff for you this week.

The Weekly Weird - 2015-02-06

I'm a slacker this week with a late, short and not terribly weird list.

The Weekly Weird - 2015-01-30

The Weekly Weird - 2015-01-23

The Weekly Weird - 2015-01-16

The Weekly Weird - 2015-01-09

Augh, I'm late this week! That'll teach me to do actual work.

"Digital computers translate between these two forms of information—structure and sequence—according to definite rules. Bits that are embodied as structure (varying in space, invariant across time) we perceive as memory, and bits that are embodied as sequence (varying in time, invariant across space) we perceive as code. Gates are the intersections where bits span both worlds at the moments of transition" --George Dyson