My paternal line is Tuttle. There was some confusion over which Tuttle line my branch belonged to so I recently took an FTDNA Y-DNA test to confirm it genetically. We descend from this gent, William Tuttle, b. 1607 in Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England, and d. June 1673 in New Haven, Connecticut, and his wife Elizabeth, b. ~1609, also in England, and d. 31 Dec 1684, also in New Haven. They immigrated to the New World about 1635.
Some concise interesting reading on these Tuttles from the New England Historical Society.
Much more in-depth genealogy (two volumes) on William and Elizabeth’s descendants.
Neat background info on everything Galaga, from the programming to the cabinet design: https://web.archive.org/web/20150803002342/http://shmuplations.com/galaga
Thanks to Michael Gillespie, an obscure programmer at a Nerds on Call repair store…: https://www.propublica.org/article/the-ransomware-superhero-of-normal-illinois#169844?utm_source=digg&utm_medium=email
As with the first 100K primes, this is a large CSV file (~50MB) tarred to ~25MB. Column 1 contains the primes, adjacent cells in column 2 contain the reciprocals.
Download from my GitHub here.
Beware, this is a large CSV file (~50MB) tarred to ~25MB. Column 1 contains the primes, adjacent cells in column 2 contain the reciprocals.
Good take from Jon Sharpe on ethics in tech. Suspect this issue will take center stage in many aspects of our lives the next few years: https://blog.jonrshar.pe/2018/Jul/17/coed-ethics-2018.html