Krill [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krill] are filter feeders [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filter_feeder]. True to its namesake, krill [https://github.com/p-e-w/krill] filters feeds. It is not picky about its diet, and will happily consume RSS, Atom, CDF and even Twitter feeds (no credentials required!…    » Read more

> Note: To make this work, your system needs three things: * Bash 4+ * Python (with python defaulting to Python 2) * Tkinter [https://wiki.python.org/moin/TkInter] The first two are fulfilled out of the box on most modern Linux distributions, the last two are default in OS X. Therefore,…    » Read more

Two years after its original introduction [https://worldwidemann.com/final-term-a-modern-terminal-emulator], and following a year-long period of mostly stagnant development, I am officially discontinuing work on the Final Term project today. In its relatively short lifetime, Final Term has drawn its share of attention. On GitHub, it is more popular than…    » Read more

The previously introduced software Sequencer [https://worldwidemann.com/sequencer-purely-algorithmic-number-sequence-identification] identifies number sequences algorithmically. The On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (OEIS) [http://oeis.org/] is by far the largest collection of curated number sequences available today. It therefore seems natural to employ Sequencer in a quest to uncover patterns that have…    » Read more

Sequencer [https://github.com/p-e-w/sequencer] identifies number sequences. That is, given a list of numbers like $$(a_n)_{n\geq 1} = 1,; 2,; 4,; 8,; 16,; 32,; \ldots$$ it finds a formula that generates them, in this case $$a_n = 2^{n-1}$$ Sequencer employs neither a library of sequences…    » Read more