In an earlier post, I wrote about how I do very, very lightweight deployment with git. I found myself doing this over and over again, so here is a little script that does it for you. Now getting your local code on your server is as easy as: server$ python create_repo.py repo.git /your/checkout/directory/ local$ git … Continue reading An Easier Way to Set Up Remote Git Repositories for Lightweight Deployment
There were a ton of comments here telling me that the Facebook bookmarklet that I made broke, and this happened because Facebook changed the name of the file they were using. I’ve updated the post, so the bookmarklet there should work now.
There is this big thing on the internet these days where computer people write essays. And its weird because these people are supposed to be techie people, you know, they just code and talk about binary, not write essays. But a very large genre seems to be emerging on the web which is the sort … Continue reading Hackers with Opinions
I just did a research project for my CS224N class where we tried to predict the gender of different Facebook statuses. We also made a fun tool that will generate typical male and female Facebook statuses. Check out our research here.
So to rephrases the question: P(question right | you know Bayes’ rule) = … by Bayes’ Rule P ( you know Bayes’ rule | question right ) P ( question right ) / P ( you know Bayes’ rule) That’s kind of confusing. What struck me was how interesting it is how our intuitions about … Continue reading What is the probability you get this question right, given you know Bayes’ rule?
My friend Feross just wrote a really fascinating blog post showing a few videos about a study showing delayed gratification to be a high predictor of success. See one of the videos below: Or read Feross’ post here: It is a very interesting idea to think of “success” as the ability to postpone your rewards … Continue reading The Psychology of Success
I am writing this current post from my couch on my phone using the open source wordpress app for iPhone. Here’s my review of the app: sweet. It’s very easy to use, and it has a great and simple interface. You can manage multiple blogs in a very intuitive and classicaly simple wordpress setup. If … Continue reading WordPress mobile
One of the cool things about Google Wave is that you will be able to embed waves into sites very easily and users can interact with the wave. I wrote a java robot that adds random quotes to the conversation, and here it is (if you have a wave developer account). –I have temporarily taken … Continue reading Google Wave Embedding
This is the newest version of thekeesh.com, which will be my blog. I am using the newest version of WordPress, and if you are looking for a blogging software or a content management system, I highly recommend it. It is very easy to use and very customizable. So that’s about it for now, we are … Continue reading Welcome to thekeesh.com version 3.0 (beta)