This blog is closed.
So long, and thanks for all the fish.
“That interpretation commits an egregious logical error (technical term: “transposed conditional”): confusing the odds of getting a result (if a hypothesis is true) with the odds favoring the hypothesis if you observe that result. A well-fed dog may seldom bark, but observing the rare bark does not imply that the dog is hungry. A dog may bark 5 percent of the time even if it is well-fed all of the time.” —Odds Are, It’s Wrong - Science News
“The PC revolution is almost coming to an end, and everyone’s trying to work out a strategy for surviving the aftermath.” —The real reason why Steve Jobs hates Flash - Charlie’s Diary
“For me, being a part of the Ruby community feels like getting a sneak peek at where software development is going six months to two years from now.” —Intridea Blog: The Future’s Pretty Cool, or Why I Love Ruby