The results from the 2013 Future of Open Source Survey are in — thanks to everyone who contributed by completing the survey. You can read an overview of the results here, or see the detailed breakdowns in the slides at the end of this post.
If you're creating a scientific graphic in the R language, there's a good chance you'll be wanting to include some mathematical symbols somewhere on the chart. You might want to use a symbol like μ as an axis label, annotate a curve with simple math like x2, or even put a complete equation like:
What surprises me about this video isn't that the quadrocopter doesn't get zapped — the power of Faraday cages to divert electrical current is well understood. What surprises me is that the radio controller manages to pilot the drone amongst all that EM radiation caused by the Tesla coils (via Gregory Piatetsky):
That's all for this week — have a great weekend, folks.