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    1. We strongly encourage you to reset any personal access tokens and OAuth tokens you have.

      Reset my access tokens. Pretty sure I have at least one.

  2. Apr 2021
  3. Mar 2021
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    1. How is this different from USDC (issued by Circle, I believe)?

    1. a Docker container running a very simple NodeJS web server with the Graphile library (and some additional Netflix internal components for security, logging, metrics, and monitoring) could provide a “better REST than REST” or “REST++” platform for rapid development efforts

      Give this a try.

      1. Get out the city shapefile and overlay these values.
      2. Get the most current version of the voter registration database.
      3. Determine the number of voters who, according to the Spokane Journal of Business, took part in the 2018 school bond vote, but not the stadium advisory vote. (Geographically, these would be folks who live within SD81, but outside of the city limits.)
  5. Feb 2021
    1. p. 217:

      We also keep a higher percentage of our assets in cash than most financial advisors would recommend --- something around 20% of the value of our assets outside the value of our house.

      Compare this to my current allotment.

  6. Jan 2021
    1. I want to write my own scripts first, but may end up graduating to this.

    1. I'd like to spin up a couple of these, both for my personal box (localhost-only) and for the development network.

  7. Dec 2020
    1. Add this to my toolchain (in particular, configure Lighthouse to run in our CI/CD pipeline).

    1. p. 198:

      Given any five points on a sphere, show that some four of them lie on a hemisphere that includes its boundary.

      I'll admit, I already looked at the hint for this problem, and yes, my initial approach did indeed consist of trying to find the 'worst' configuration.

      I can think of two ways to determine whether or not two points on a sphere lie within the same hemisphere:

      • First off, since any two points on a sphere may be connected by a great circle, they're in the same hemisphere if they're separated by no more than \(\frac{\tau}{2}\) radians along this shortest path.
      • Equivalently, the length of the line segment connecting them must be less than or equal to \(2r\), where \(r\) is the radius of the sphere.

      One other note:

      • It's always possible to divide the sphere in half in such a way that any two points lie within the same hemisphere. (This is a corollary of the first point, above. Note that two antipodal points must necessarily fall on the boundary of such a division.)

      So, I have a picture in my mind of the sphere divided into eight regions of equal area by way of three great circles which intersect one another at right angles. (Think the Equator, the Prime Meridian, and a third great circle drawn through the poles at 90 degrees longitude.) My thinking now tends more toward combinatorics and the pigeonhole principle than geometry proper.

  8. Nov 2020
    1. I'd love to take this for a spin. Maybe I could rewrite Demeter or micdrop using it.

    1. “I’m not a member of the health board, I’ve not been a part of any discussions or decisions,” Woodward said.

      We shall see. I filed the public records request this morning (2020-11-11).

    1. October 29

      There's been some question about whether or not the executive session that led to Lutz's ouster was born of a regular meeting, and thus subject to the requirement that 'the presiding officer of a governing body shall publicly announce the purpose for excluding the public from the meeting place' (RCW 42.30.110(2)).

      The Internet Archive's snapshots of https://srhd.org/programs-and-services/board-of-health/meetings on

      contain references to, respectively, the regular meetings of

      (For that matter, the next meeting is currently listed as a regular meeting.)

      While no snapshots were taken between 2020-09-25 and 2020-10-28, it seems that, indeed, Thursday's meeting was initially public.

    1. The Spokane Regional Health District's Board of Health will hold a regular meeting: Thursday, September 24, 2020
    1. The Spokane Regional Health District's Board of Health will hold a regular meeting: Thursday, December 3, 2020
    1. The Spokane Regional Health District's Board of Health will hold a regular meeting: Thursday, July 30, 2020
    1. The Spokane Regional Health District's Board of Health will hold a regular meeting: Thursday, May 28, 2020
    1. The Spokane Regional Health District's Board of Health will hold a regular meeting: Thursday, April 30, 2020
    1. The Spokane Regional Health District's Board of Health will hold a regular meeting: Thursday, June 25, 2020
  9. Oct 2020
    1. I'll want to generate, upload, and store a certificate for publishing NuGet packages.

    1. I highly recommend setting a higher bound on the number of returned entities by each resolve function in your code.
    1. Hannah Stepanek annotated the hell out of this reference. I would do well to read what she had to say.

    1. A “solution” to GR is more like a model in logic: it may satisfy a theory’s axioms but have other properties that are contingent (unless the theory is categorical, meaning that all of its models are isomorphic).
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