Where the bugs are

I've only skimmed the original paper, but this article is intriguing--"...in their study, the top 20 per cent of the largest programs contained over 60 per cent of the bugs."

I've felt like longer functions are more bug-prone per line of code than shorter ones, and this study seems to confirm that intuition.

Condo hunting

Went to look at condos today. There are some pretty nice places out there. But given my current financial state, anything I buy would make my budget extremely tight.

Condo search

On the one hand, it's a bit of a "waste" to spend all that money on rent when I can use it to pay toward my own place. On the other hand, is it really a smart idea to deplete my savings given the current economic climate? Maybe I can ask Suze if I can afford it!

Data visualization example

It is difficult for us people to visualize large numbers. And I still have problems with intuitively projecting "exponential growth" even if I deal with it every day.

Weekends pass by so quickly

And I always find I haven't done half of what I wanted to do. Even when I just wanted to do nothing.