So, a shipment of crickets for the lizard arrived via FedEx today. It was my first time ordering bulk crickets off the internet, and I naively assumed that they would be in like, a bag or some other contraption to facilitate easy transfer to another container. They were not.
— Christopher Ingraham (@_cingraham) December 29, 2018
When I tell people I do lighting for animated movies, they usually don't understand what I mean by that. So here are a few of my shots from Spies in Disguise before and after being lit pic.twitter.com/ATZZLZnfe7
— Dan O'Brien (@OtherDanOBrien) December 28, 2019
As seen at dinner. What curve is this? And why? pic.twitter.com/uzNoUNv4Tu
— Steven Strogatz (@stevenstrogatz) December 28, 2019
Lessons of 2019:
1) Correlation isn't close to what you think it actually is.
2) Most people don't know statistics let alone probability.
3) It's not that field is lacking earnest students. It's that the field is taught wrong all around.
4) A second rate statistician is deadly
— Ase Deliri (@AhsanDeliri) December 25, 2019
The 10 books of 2019 you should not miss. (Business + Economics). https://t.co/kY9SWxRCBv
My piece @livemint.
— शिक्षित बेरोज़गार (@kaul_vivek) December 24, 2019