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17/11/2016
A multilingual translation of the on-line book/blog "Graphical Linear Algebra". So far, features the beginnings of a German, Spanish, French and Dutch translation. Contributors feel free to contact me.
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22/11/2016
A case of footage by IRIB (صدا و سیمای جمهوری اسلامی), showing Shahram Amiri (شهرام امیری), which was re-used by VOAPNN (صدای آمریکا) raises questions regarding Iranian media law (embargo access restrictions propagated by Associated Press).
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24/11/2016
Music inspired by divisors of composite numbers. Visualizations in honour of mathematics.
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16/8/2016
An audio recording of the lecture (question-and-answer session excluded).
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27/7/2016
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10/8/2016
Transcription of the lectures by Damian Evans & Peter D. Sharrock, as conducted during the lecture event entitled "Uncovering the Real Angkor: Early Civilisations Mapped Using Cutting-Edge Technology". That lecture event was organized by the "Global Heritage Fund UK", and proceeded in "The Ondaatje Theatre" of the "Royal Geographical Society" in London, United Kingdom on Monday, 13 June 2016 from 18:30 to 20:30 (BST).
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30/7/2016
This project is based on the joint results for the search queries ‘Solomon Islands’ and ‘Solomons’ in the gallery of the interactive portal A State of War, formatted in an off-line, self-contained way so that, even when the interactive exhibition would cease to be consultable, the info of the search query can can still be distributed separately through this file.
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13/3/2017
The article describes two events which occurred in Honiara, Solomon Islands:
  • Illegal extortion and expelling of an employee (myself) by refraining freedom of speech; and
  • Illegal hiring of 2 contract-less teachers at Chung Wah School (Chinese Association) over a 6-months period.
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14/5/2016
During my many visits to Honiara's un-managed dumpsite (landfill), I spoke to some of the permanent residents of the area. One father of a family, living there, told me the main reason for the people to settle there was to feed their pigs (meaning, to scavenge for food left-overs on the dumpsite, and feed it to the pigs).
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12/5/2016
After asking for an explicit formula to exactly calculate possibilities for any given n, an answer will be assembled shortly, with credit to Eric Stucky.