Wolf and Fractionalized Art (TWIL)

Using shaders to make animated cartoonish pipe

Some victims escaped to the fire cubicles. The original fire doors on the cubicles were rated to survive for two hours. Some had been upgraded in the 34 years since the tunnel was built to survive for four hours. The fire burned for 53 hours and reached temperatures of 1,000 °C.

The work of Taylor and Gantt was widely discredited and largely abandoned by the 1930s. The theories were so dehumanizing and morale crushing for workers, the implementation were failures. Scientific management relied on embracing the notion that there was “one best way” to perform a task. It believed that through scientific measurement you could determine the most efficient movement of workers (e.g. the best way to shovel coal) and then prescribe this movement to all workers.

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Trippy AI and Cheap Smartphones (TWIL)

Windows AI Platform and the Intelligent Edge : Build 2018

ZBR (Zero Bug Release) – phase in game development when no unresolved bug should be more than 24 hours old.

Unity will ditch Asset store packages and replace it with new packages, parts of engine will become packages too

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Amidala Is Mongol and Capitalize After the Comma in Emails (TWIL)

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? 🙂

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