#introductions hi, i'm connor.
sometimes i hack #zelda games for the #n64, but more generally i follow wherever my interests take me. i tend to avoid big projects because of that. i ramble a lot about whatever i'm working on or learning about.
wait a sec i might've taken a screenshot of a paragraph or two on my laptop, i'll have to check when i wake up
dangit i've been keeping this in the back of my mind but i still haven't been able to recall anything that would help me find it again
personally if i watched two in one day i'd probably be in emotional turmoil
maybe there's some interplay with the noise injection seen previously in the paper
ok, now this is weird. an evolved algorithm decides to use the *mean* of a network's weights as its learning rate.
i don't remember any details that would give me search terms to find it again, it's about as blurry as a dream for me. and sadly the nap i just had didn't improve my memory at all.
mom was talking about a family-friend who was trying to get their kids in highschool some extra schooling during quarantine, besides just homework, but like, damn, let the kids have this time to themselves. i know projecting, but i think the few months i had off during highschool were some of the most important months of my life; just having that time to sort out my thoughts without having to associate it all with school.
getting mad at software is pretty high up there too though
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