Gruber had posted this afternoon about a great-sounding, open-source project titled StupidFilter meant to help filter out stupid comments on the web. From the StupidFilter site: The solution we’re creating is simple: an open-source filter software that can detect rampant stupidity in written English. This will be accomplished with weighted Bayesian or similar analysis and some… Continue reading StupidFilter Needs Some Education
We keep ourselves pretty busy these days. Well, we certainly manage to fill the time with something and hopefully most of it is worth the time we spend on it. So, this one is a week late, but with good reason. There’s always a few highlights, though: Footrace — Independence Day morning Angela and I… Continue reading Five Fun Things Friday — Independance Day Edition
I played D&D at Mike’s place on Sunday evening. We play-tested a new LFR adventure before its release later this year. The areas above represent the bottom and top floor of a lighthouse the party was storming to take back from an evil skull lord. What’s a Sunday afternoon without pretending to defeat pretend evil?