Structures, Learning and Ergosystems (PDF, 8.5 MB), by Misha Gromov.
“We introduce a concept of an ergosystem which functions by building
its “internal structure” out of the “raw structures” in the incoming ﬂows
Super and Inner – Together at Last!, by David S. Goldberg, Robert
Bruce Findler, and Matthew Flatt.
“In this paper, we explain why programmers need both kinds of method
redeclaration, and we present a language that integrates them.”
Cracking the Planet, ‘unfold’ and cut into the Earth’s surface in a
way that minimises distortion, and keeps the distracting effect of
cutting into the map to a minimum.
Symbols.com contains more than 1,600 articles about 2,500 Western
signs, arranged into 54 groups according to their graphic
Movement Mechanics in “The Legend of Zelda” deconstructed by Troy Gilbert.
The disappointingly ongoing success of WvDial, worse is better.
The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri, illustrated by M. Gustave Doré.
With scans of reasonable quality.
The Bourbaki Code, 5 articles by Lieven Le Bruyn.
FAIL Manifesto, “#WTF over #FTW”.
One Drawing for Every Page of Moby-Dick, by Matt Kish. Awesome!
Gunman for iPhone lets you take down your friends in augmented reality
a tiny gingerbread house that perches on the edge of your mug
Installing Windows considered as a literary genre
Bone China Autopsies by Beccy Ridsel
Choosing a gift