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- SearchResearch Challenge (5/31/23): Did they really burn ancient Roman statues?
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- Answer: How well do LLMs answer SRS questions?
- Comment: LLMs, truth, and consistency--they don't have any idea
- Comment: How well do LLMs answer SRS questions?
- SearchResearch Challenge (4/19/23): How well do LLMs answer SRS questions?
- Answer: What's this architecture all about?
- SearchResearch Challenge (4/5/23): What's this architecture all about?
- An LLM doesn't know its own mind about using multiple languages
- Recommended debut Sci-Fi novel: “Lightless” by C. A. Higgins
- That All May Read: What IS a print disability? An answer + resources
- Ian Caldwell’s “The Fifth Gospel” — an excellent and riveting thriller
- “Princess Academy: The Forgotten Sisters” — another excellent YA adventure from Shannon Hale
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Category Archives: Hobbies
Great Tutorial on how to embellish with liquid clay + Ranger alcohol ink
Because I’m an Information Professional, I appreciate when someone creates a high-quality user instruction tutorial, whatever the topic. If it can show me how to do something, I will store it away in memory and [hopefully remember to] bring it … Continue reading
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Folded Beads -Video Tutorials for new and mid-level polymer clay artisans
I remember seeing the red & silver necklace shown to the left in a magazine and immediately coveting it. Thinking back, it was my first introduction into what polymer clay could do…and since I can’t find the photocopy I made of the piece, … Continue reading
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Great Jewelry Book for Teens: “Hardware: Jewelry from a Toolbox”
Hardware: Jewelry from a Toolbox by Hannah Rogge; pub date 5/1/2006; 9781584794806. Jewelry-making components can get pretty pricey, so how can you make attractive items for little cost? Or maybe funds aren’t short, but you want to learn how to … Continue reading
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Inside Urban Green: Simple Sub-irrigation Grow Box
This idea is sooooo cool! We bought some 18-gallon storage tubs at Target for $5 each, then 2 18-gallon trugs –hadnles make movein them mcuh easier — at Home Depot for $6 each (just to see which turns out better). Costco … Continue reading
So today I transplanted all seeds that germinated. Tomatoes, the lemon cucumber, 2 types of lettuces, and kale. Watered with fish fertilizer. They should be pretty nice-sized by May 15th (which is when my friend Mira told me was the … Continue reading
New Batch of Seeds Started
I was hoping to start some cantaloupe seeds, but discovered that they should only be started in areas with short growing season 1 week before last frost (mid-April for Camano), then transplant oustside 2 weks after the frost date. … Continue reading
Our new seeds arrived today…YIPPEEEEE!
Our new seeds arrived today…YIPPEEEEE!
2nd batch of Seedlings
So my second batch of seeds, sown on March 12, some have started germinating quite healthily — the Stupice tomatoes, and 2 types of lettuce (Parris Island Romaine & Tom Thumb butterhead) and Black Italian Kale (my favorite type of … Continue reading
So my first tomato seeds, planted March 2 in Jiffy peat pellets, have germinated and are looking quite nice and tall (about 3")…yay! Varieties: Glacier, Principe Borghese, Cheeseman’s wild cherry, Victory, and Crimson Carmello. Nicklow’s Doubletake and Early Cherry were … Continue reading