Qatar World Cup, quettabytes, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2022#47)

Packed week: recorded an episode for the podcast (Alien rules!), and managed to play a little bit of Pokémon (shame on you, GameFreak). Also had a bit of time to read a few interesting stories. Let's start: Qatar: the World Cup Amazing documentary on the procedure that lead to the FIFA World Cub being hosted …

Sigue leyendo Qatar World Cup, quettabytes, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2022#47)

Hearing with light, saying hello to coal (again), and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2022#29)

Lots of interesting stuff to share. A farewell to one of the most clever game studios out there, the latest advances in optoelectronics, another take on how humans will end up exterminating ourselves, and how scientists plan to improve weather forecast with the help of turtles are just a few of the links this week. …

Sigue leyendo Hearing with light, saying hello to coal (again), and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2022#29)

Covid-29?, farewell to Ravenholm, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2022#18)

Busy week in the lab, running experiments that worked quite well (cool!). Temperatures on the rise, and not a lot of rain in sight (cool cool!!). Finished The Rhythm of War, a book that destroyed me, just to re-build me from the pieces left (cool cool cool!!!). Anyway, let's share some reads for the weekend: …

Sigue leyendo Covid-29?, farewell to Ravenholm, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2022#18)

The golden age of video games, toxic AIs, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2022#11)

Spring is here, and with it a lot of sand from the Sahara, which in combination with my allergies have destroyed my throat this week. The Russian invasion of Ukraine seems to be stagnant, but no advances in the peace talks have ended with Russia mobilising even more troops. We'll see how stuff develops in …

Sigue leyendo The golden age of video games, toxic AIs, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2022#11)

A rotten Apple, FPGAs, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2021#49)

One less week to end the year and, as always, it seems that these last weeks before holidays get more and more packed. So much stuff to do and so little time... anyway, on the brief periods of calm, I've been reading a lot of cool stuff. Let's start: Rotten Apple? A couple of weeks …

Sigue leyendo A rotten Apple, FPGAs, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2021#49)