Unreliable Narritor

In literature and movies the narrator may reveal itself to be unreliable. There are many forms of this described in the Wikipedia entry. My friend Rob asked me what my story was. He didn’t say story, but what he meant what what… Read More ›

Why Programmers Farm

Plants and animals are systems that run on sunshine, dirt, and rain. Humans are an overlay network built on these systems. We are so smart we found some burred sunshine in the form of plants and animals that were millions… Read More ›

Deep Living and Deep Learners

Deep Learning is all the rage today (roughly 1500945129) with everyone reexplaining how their product or services use Artificial Intelligence. There are classes about deep learning offering master classes, videos and tutorials on convolutional neural networks (CNNs) and long short-term memory networks… Read More ›

WannaCry Tomato

The most popular question at the farmers market is about tomatoes. The interesting aspect of this is if you have the ability to grow your tomatoes in a garden or as many city dwellers you need to grow it in… Read More ›

Programming at 50

You might think that all your good ideas are behind you. I always did. Once I graduated college I thought I would never learn anything again. I hadn’t learned much; I just didn’t really understand that. 50 solar passes and… Read More ›