@BorjaBalle Thanks :-) I got an email via the UPC mailing list about your upcoming last step. All the best with that!
@arndissler Thanks :-) Yeah, I won’t forget. In the original it’s printed in bold red…
@spbail Sure, but the idea here is that it upscales as much as possible, either width-wise or height-wise, no matter the figure’s format.
@kelvinnewman You can reach me via tomacATgoogleDOTcom. To set expectations right, the answer may more likely be no than yes, but let’s see.
@aemkei Did I miss the tweet with the pointer to the slides? Would be curious to work them through. Dankeschön!
@aemkei “Inactive visualizations”? Interactive visualizations I guess :-) Do you share the slides? I would be interested. Thanks!
@mariadelmas They’re discovering gravity and parabolic trajectories. These mums raise the future physicists of America. Summa cum laude.
@edsu Then you should s/In this paper I will discuss/In this paper we will discuss/ :-)
@rtroncy Can’t connect to local MySQL server :-)
@danbri Just change the heading to fifty and yours is excellent for that (economically more interesting) focus group :-)
@danbri On a related note: cheers and happy weekend from a Dad of three :-) [1, 4, 5 years old]
@danbri Facts (“Caillou age 5”) [simplified, good enough?]. Pointers to other res. (Caillou YouTube vids [realworld data issue: fake vids]).
@danbri Accurate (obviously), but definitely not for 5-year-olds. Use examples out of their world: eg, two Web pages w/ facts about Caillou…
@RubenVerborgh Congratulations! What is interactive about it? Where can I get more info?
@RubenVerborgh “[…] Never been breached”: question of time. “Will comment on Twitter then”: [blog post needed] ;-) You do a great blog job!
@earth2marsh Thanks for the kind words :-) Happy you like “Whom to follow” and REST Describe… Cheers, Tom
Disabling the commenting function on my home-brew blog software. Spammers, you win. Also, fsck you. blog.tomayac.com/index.php?date… :-(
@hconstandt I’m just the messenger.
@bgalbs Ran into the same loop. It’s highly confusing :-(
@bkeegan Great, thanks :-)
@bkeegan Hi Brian. I have no access to Sage :-( Is this paper available somewhere else? Or could you email me a PDF? Cheers. Tom