Monthly Archives: January 2016
I don’t listen to StoryCorps on NPR very much because most of them seem to be sad — but I did run across one in particular I found quite funny, called Up To No Good. The show itself is generally … Continue reading
Found a web comic generator called Calvin and Markov that creates remixes of Calvin & Hobbes comics based on something called Markov chains, a concept based on work of Russian mathematician Andrey Markov. Have had several encounters lately with a … Continue reading
You may notice the site become gradually populated with articles dated for much later than you’re familiar with seeing — or, perhaps you may be unfamiliar with this one and notice that several sites from the ablestmage press appear to … Continue reading
Did the Largest Rally Against Islam In The History of the World Take Place In France Recently? No. Here’s Why.
Making the rounds is a meme that proposes that you won’t hear from the American mainstream media that the largest rally against Islam took place in France recently — because it didn’t. “The largest rally against Islam in the history … Continue reading