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Evan Coury ๐Ÿš€
Founder of . Employer of those I idolize. Software engineer. Public speaker. Dog dad x3. Passionate about space, astronomy, aviation, code, and dogs.
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Evan Coury ๐Ÿš€ Sep 20
So far, 43 days in, Sense has learned mostly static/fixed loads with a strong bias towards incandescent lighting. Is Sense capable of learning about more dynamic/variable loads at present? If so, do they tend to take longer to detect than the more constant loads?
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Evan Coury ๐Ÿš€ Sep 19
Just want to say FANTASTIC job on the rotating bodies video. I'm a software engineer who's been getting into some more advanced physics in my free time recently and I found the video absolutely fascinating and very intuitive. Well done Derek and anyone else involved!
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Evan Coury ๐Ÿš€ Sep 18
Replying to @matthiasnoback
Wait, isn't eliminating shareholder bias the crux of the entire non-profit establishment?
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Evan Coury ๐Ÿš€ Sep 18
Hey & subscribers: Which do you feel offers better money-to-knowledge ratio and why?
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Evan Coury ๐Ÿš€ Sep 18
Replying to @EvanDotPro
They're not matter, and they're the reason particle accelerators exist, so we can study them.
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Evan Coury ๐Ÿš€ Sep 18
Replying to @EvanDotPro
It's not a magnetic field, folks. It's a magnetic distribution of virtual particles.
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Evan Coury ๐Ÿš€ Sep 18
Virtual particles are breaking my brain.
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Evan Coury ๐Ÿš€ Sep 13
Replying to @michellesanver
I'd give this more than one like if I could.
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Evan Coury ๐Ÿš€ Sep 13
Okay, time to stop mind-shitting on Twitter and get some work done. โœŒ
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Evan Coury ๐Ÿš€ Sep 13
Replying to @jhartikainen
Interestingly the compressor is still cycling, so I suspect there's a failsafe analog circuit to keep my food safe in the meantime, but still... Bad engineering if I'm right.
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Evan Coury ๐Ÿš€ Sep 13
Replying to @jhartikainen
That's what I would expect too!! Not smart, unless this is considered smart... It's definitely that 5400 / 7200 RPM clicking, it fails to boot the button / display panel, then beeps every so often (about to Google, but suspect the manual will indicate some sort of storage fail).
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Evan Coury ๐Ÿš€ Sep 13
Replying to @EvanDotPro
And yes, I'm an SME in tech who uses the term "spinny disk". I know it's vague but y'all know I'm not talking optical or floppy, okay?
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Evan Coury ๐Ÿš€ Sep 13
This is going to sound crazy (like all my recent tweets), but I'm actually a subject matter expert in this area... I'm like 95% sure a spinny disk hard drive just failed in my fridge and the control board can no longer boot up. I know the sound. HOW MASSIVE IS FRIDGE FIRMWARE?!
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Evan Coury ๐Ÿš€ Sep 13
Replying to @EvanDotPro
I should add that one of my absolute biggest pet peeves on Earth is continually being talked over after politely trying to interject with a comment or question multiple times. It's also now clear why this is an ex girlfriend and why we got along so much better in person...
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Evan Coury ๐Ÿš€ Sep 13
One of my ex's whom our relationship existed primarily over Skype and occasionally phone just admitted that she'd often mute me when I was going on too fast about a topic she didn't care about... I guess I know why Skype and/or her WiFi were so "terrible" over that time period.
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Evan Coury ๐Ÿš€ Sep 13
Also, can I just get some points for using the bubble metaphor in this Coke conversation?
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Evan Coury ๐Ÿš€ Sep 13
This is 100% true, addictiveness and other variables creates really strange behaviors of these "bubbles"
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Evan Coury ๐Ÿš€ Sep 13
Just imagine these rectangles visualized as circles, and the time scale sped wayyyy up.
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Evan Coury ๐Ÿš€ Sep 13
I'm not sure I'd narrow this concept down to just the sugary drink industry or even just this generational window. It's a repeating pattern of brands bubbling up and popping in society.
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Evan Coury ๐Ÿš€ Sep 13
I would love to zoom out on this and see how and have been doing.
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