So systemd-nspawn and lxc are basically broken on CentOS / RHEL 8 due to a kernel breakage. I wonder why people at RH haven't backported a fix yet, it's literally just one line of code (a revert commit) -- but I don't think reporting bug to CentOS would do anything and I'm not a paid subscriber of RHEL.
Just did some calculation, it's nearly $80/mo by now adding everything together
This point is actually interesting. I've never realized that the principle that I often call "Occam's razor" can actually be better described with the term "overfitting" as used in statistics and machine learning. Basically, if a model has too many parameters, it can predict virtually anything -- and it stops being a useful model. That's what makes pseudoscience "pseudo".
I think I can actually tell whether a Chinese character is written by a Japanese person or a Chinese person, even if they write the character in the same Japanese form. And as a native speaker of Chinese who has been learning Japanese, I feel that I could never actually write a character like a real Japanese -- something just always feels off, but I can't tell why.
This titleless channel somehow got into my recommendation but this is great https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxIzG0XIBe1XMh5dz-qUkVg
I have never realized 'Ievan Polkka' has lost its original meaningful lyrics since Loituma covered the song (all versions since this version are literally gibberish)
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