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5 items tagged “bunniehuang”

Any engineer who observes a bias in a system and chooses not to pro-actively correct for it is either a bad engineer or they stand to benefit from the bias. So much of engineering is about compensating, trimming, and equalizing imperfections out of real systems: wrap a feedback loop around it, and force the error function to zero.

Bunnie Huang # 12th November 2017, 3:48 pm

On Influenza A (H1N1). “It’s humbling that I could be killed by 3.2kbytes of genetic data. Then again, with 850 Mbytes of data in my genome, there’s bound to be an exploit or two.” # 3rd September 2009, 9:25 am

bunnie’s blog: OLPC XO-1 (via) Bunnie Huang critiques the hardware design of the OLPC XO-1. # 12th January 2008, 9:39 am

Made in China. Bunnie Huang’s fascinating series on manufacturing in China, based on his experience with Chumby. # 17th July 2007, 11:48 am

I heard that Foxconn—the place that makes the iPods and iPhones—consumes 3,000 pigs a day.

Bunnie Huang # 14th July 2007, 12:59 pm