An interactive parallel sets visualisation for D3.js using the USDA Nutrition Data.
Parallel Sets: http://www.jasondavies.com/parallel-sets/.
Nutrition Parallel Coordinates: http://bl.ocks.org/2420080/.
|if [ $commands[asdf] ]; then|
|local config_regex="s/.*(set by \(.*\))/\1/p"|
|local elixir_current="$(asdf current elixir)"|
|local elixir_current_version="$(echo $elixir_current | sed -n $version_regex)"|
|class MoveAttachmentsToNewLocation < ActiveRecord::Migration|
|def initialize(name = self.class.name, version = nil)|
|access_key = Rails.application.secrets.g3_access_key_id|
|secret_key = Rails.application.secrets.g3_secret_access_key|
|storage = Fog::Storage::Google.new google_storage_access_key_id: access_key,|
|@bucket_name = Rails.application.secrets.g3_bucket|
|@bucket = storage.directories.get(@bucket_name)|
|# Activity streams' notifications to third parties are cool because they bring|
|# a feeling of a shared public space and increase the chance serendipitous findings|
|# But too much information quickly becomes noise, and relevant bits of news can|
|# disappear among a tsunami of irrelevant (to me) "x did y with z'|
|# What we're trying to do here is going from deterministic notifications|
|# (stuff happens, stuff gets broadcasted) to stochastic ones (stuff happens,|
|# stuff may gets broadcasted)|
|› heroku run script/console|
|Running `script/console` attached to terminal... up, run.5405|
|! Heroku client internal error.|
|! Search for help at: https://help.heroku.com|
|! Or report a bug at: https://github.com/heroku/heroku/issues/new|
|Error: Operation timed out - connect(2) (Errno::ETIMEDOUT)|
|Backtrace: /Users/aitor/.heroku/client/lib/heroku/client/rendezvous.rb:40:in `initialize'|
|/Users/aitor/.heroku/client/lib/heroku/client/rendezvous.rb:40:in `block in start'|
Consumer key: IQKbtAYlXLripLGPWd0HUA Consumer secret: GgDYlkSvaPxGxC4X8liwpUoqKwwr3lCADbz8A7ADU
Consumer key: 3nVuSoBZnx6U4vzUxf5w Consumer secret: Bcs59EFbbsdF6Sl9Ng71smgStWEGwXXKSjYvPVt7qys
Consumer key: CjulERsDeqhhjSme66ECg
|Syntax error: An @import loop has been found: /Users/aitor/.rbenv/versions/2.0.0-p0/lib/ruby/gems/2.0.0/gems/zurb-foundation-3.2.5/lib/../scss/foundation/functions/modular-scale.scss imports itself|
|on line 3 of /Users/aitor/.rbenv/versions/2.0.0-p0/lib/ruby/gems/2.0.0/gems/zurb-foundation-3.2.5/lib/../scss/foundation/functions/modular-scale.scss|
|from line 3 of /Users/aitor/.rbenv/versions/2.0.0-p0/lib/ruby/gems/2.0.0/gems/zurb-foundation-3.2.5/lib/../scss/foundation/functions/modular-scale.scss|
|1: // Legacy support since modular scale|
|2: // used to reside directly within Foundation|
|3: @import "modular-scale";|
Primary theme: Vulnerability and courage
I want to talk about Death.
If there is one thing that has caused fear in every living creature from dawn of history to present day is death. Fear and pain are the basis for our self-preservation instincts but accepting our own mortality is so hard that we've created a whole set of "immortality systems" -national identities, art, religion, work and social structures- to delude ourselves (cf. Ernest Becker) and forget we're mortal.