Binge watch these TV series and learn a bit about history. Even though not 100% historically accurate, these shows inspired me to google around for historical facts. Might work for you as well :]
What would our vision be like if we had a third eye at the back of our head?
If one such automatic response triggers another automatic response on the other side, an email loop is created.
“if a man born blind can feel the differences between shapes such as spheres and cubes, could he, if given the ability to see, distinguish those objects by sight alone, in reference to the tactile schemata he already possessed?”
All the texts at the beginning of Futurama series
Slightly longer read about AI and evolution of technology and human society
Just like there is a binary and decimal system, there can be numbers with negative base
TWIL stands for This Week I Learned (TWIL). However, this is more like a LWIL (Last Week I Learned) or maybe PWIL (Previous Week I Learned) 😀 There was a Game Access conference in Brno and I was too busy preparing/attending. So I hope you forgive me and enjoy still enjoy this TWIL even though it’s a week old.
Why does Sean Bean always die in movies?
Amidala in Star Wars wears mongolian dress
In Google Sheets you can sort by multiple columns
Double click to fill down formula in Excel works only when left column contains data
Every week I read a bunch of articles, watch videos, chat with people, discover new websites, tools, games, books and then some. This amounts to a lot of new information to absorb. So I figured why not write it down and make a summary every now and then to keep track of it all? That’s This Week I Learned (TWIL) in a nutshell. And what did you learn this week? 🙂