Monthly Archives: March 2013


Editor’s note: I wrote most of this post on the plane ride to California mere hours after my race, and it turned out a bit longer than I intended. Here’s a summary. I ran 13.1 miles in 1:42:42, a personal … Continue reading

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Tin Ear

(Image from Eknath Gomphotherium) This post is for the hypochondriacs out there. You’re welcome. Lisa says the high-pitched, continuous ringing in my ears that I mostly hear in quiet environments (or like right now when I listen for it) isn’t … Continue reading

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Compiling the Julia example from “CUDA by Example” on Mac

This is just a little note to remind myself later how to do this. Perhaps it will be helpful for others in the same situation. I’ve been reading CUDA By Example recently to (1) learn how to do some really … Continue reading

Posted in Computing, Fodder for Techno-weenies | 1 Comment

The BiUD

After last week’s bungled pre-launch of BioHub, the proposed anti-diabetic sponge, the DRI has decided to rebrand and re-prelaunch with another pre-announcement. The new BiUD will be available for pre-order sometime in the next 5-7 years, after which it will … Continue reading

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