Making a RSS feed by hand

RSSs are cool. They allow people to follow webpages. They don’t get stuck in spam filters. They give people power over the web. I wanted to create a RSS feed for the Alife newsletter. The Alife newsletter is built from hand-made python scripts that parse multiple markdown files, so I had to learn how to […]

Sunday Links

In the past two weeks, I have been trying to chip at the huge pile of links I have in my Pocket and Twitter accounts. Here are some cool links I cleared up this Sunday: NN-SVG: This is a javascript program to create SVG visualization for traditional neural networks, such as FCNs and ConvNets. This […]

Master Thesis Defense, 2022

This week we had the Master Thesis defense, for students graduating in the CS program at the University of Tsukuba. There are about 140 defenses total, and I was invited to be a member of the committee for 8 of those. While I was reading the theses in preparation, I got curious about which professors […]