Submitted by Lisa Spitalewitz on Wed, 2006-03-15 14:26
I thought I would link you all to the website I demonstrated Monday in my report about Blink
This is the Project Implicit
website, where you, too, can spend time freaking out about how prejudiced you are, probably about groups that include yourself. (For example, I happen to "fail" the Gender-Career test miserably.)
Submitted by Lisa Spitalewitz on Wed, 2006-02-01 15:49
If you apply Ruleset 89 to a lattice that has the center bit turned on, two different slopes appear within the same results.
is a screenshot of what it looks like.
For the lazy or rushed, this will produce it:
>>> from pyrobot.general.ca import *
>>> rules = Rules(radius=1)
>>> lat = Lattice(500)
>>> lat.init("0" * lat.size)
>>> lat.data[lat.size / 2] = 1
Submitted by Lisa Spitalewitz on Mon, 2006-01-30 12:23
First, if you were interested in the computer-generated ringtones
Wolfram is selling, check out Wolfram Tones: An Experiment in a New Kind of Music
(I suppose he's reinventing music, as well). You can listen to them on the website, share them with friends, and download them to your cell phone -- the last for a fee of about $2.
Another bit of follow-up is something I'd been meaning to post for a while, but I was waiting to get my blog account.