[ntp:questions] outlyer / falseticker
jwalck at netnod.se
Fri Mar 8 09:40:47 UTC 2013
On 2013-03-07 20:27, Harlan Stenn wrote:
> It's "Millsspeak". See http://www.eecis.udel.edu/~mills/david.html,
> the 2nd paragraph.
I am not a native English speaker either but find "Millsspeak" to be
an absolute delight. Even at those few times that I could imagine an
explaination that I'd understand swifter. Those situations are (at
least for me) very rare. And no, never watched Survivor.
Reading someone elses sources is always a treasure hunt in one sense
or the other. I very much value these comments as bonus treasures,
next to that nifty well thought out algorithm.
I also want to take this moment to recommend his book to anyone diving
Full of valuable information as well as of course Millsspeak, I cannot
recall ever reading another techical book at this level that made me
smile so many times. A great motivator to press on and learn more!
It is clear to me that I want to read and understand more of the source
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