How to compute the average, variance, covariance, and correlation of two series in a recursive way. That is, starting with the statistic for N items, how does it change when item N+1 is added?
Email to this domain in 2007: 64,000 messages; 95% spam.
Mythtv: remote did not work. Error in /var/log/messages:
could not get file information for /dev/lirc
Makes sense, since it is called /dev/lirc0. Fix: go into /etc/init.d/lircd and put --device=/dev/lirc0 in the startup command.
Failing spam 101:
So I decided to run this Enigma WWII codebreaker simulation that lets you crack old German submarine messages and guess what: in between recording Spooks and Lost, our *video* decoded one of them:
|[knaap@video ~]$ telnet bytereef.org 50000|
|Connected to bytereef.org (220.127.116.11).|
|Escape character is '^]'.|
|Here you can check if you have submitted a winning result|
|for the second break (March 7th 2006) of the M4 Project.|
|Enter your IP address and hit the Return key:|
|Congratulations! You have submitted a winning result.|
|Connection closed by foreign host.|
On my commute home, this sign always brings a smile to my face:
The TV-conscious traveller thinks: CTU?!?
And then reads the text next to it.
Google scholar (which is great, of course) ascribes a well-known article by Peter Neary to the unknown scholars P. Draft and C. Welcome. I wonder who they are?
Quite productive fellows, it seems.
Wow, since we got DSL my friends at the ISP upped the speed twice. Without asking!