The hilarious, and terrifying, lack of commonsense in AI writing.
The SciTLDR saga continues.
Academic writing should be scrupulous not stylish.
Did the science of scientific writing create a _**masked maelstrom**_?
The return of Captain Beef It.
(This is a silly post. You have been warned.)
(For those unfamiliar with LaTeX and LaTeX macros, see the appendix below for a brief introduction.)
Sometimes, when writing, I really need to emphasize something.
As a working scientist and scholar, I am, in many ways, a professional writer. I enjoy writing and hope to get better doing it. Heck, that’s one reason I started making these posts.
I’m a huge fan of the Jupyter project, and love to see all the progress being made with JupyterHub and especially JupyterLab.
Recently learned of another Jupyter project, Jupyter Book:
A few years ago, I came up with a cute little mantra that I love thinking about. It's called A5.
I’ve decided to start blogging. I can already hear the deafening silence: A blog?!? In 2020? Blogging is dead and buried!
Indeed. Blogs are long gone (having peaked in popularity over 10 years ago), and the world is currently on fire, so why bother now?