Author Archives: Floda31
Former resident Graham McLoughlin has just made these lovely installations around london, check what else he gets up too here.
Different perspectives on building architecture for the global tech folks.
A “God’s algorithm” is an algorithm that produces a solution to a puzzle with the fewest possible moves. Researchers have determined that this number (known as “God’s number”) for the Rubik’s Cube is twenty moves. In other words, ANY Cube can be solved in twenty moves or less (which is notable, considering that there are approximately forty-three quintillion configurations).
Previous resident Nathan Phinney whilst at Floda made this wonderful info graphic, yes a real rubiks cube was involved and the full explanation of the info graphic can be found here.
Slightly off season, but then we are always thinking of summer. Thanks for the nice post by a Mr A Dubber who came to visit us one weekend, he is one of the organisers of the MusicTechFest, come see it in the land of heaven and hell.
A new level is emerging, which starts by holding back the Zombie hordes from the safety of the Friggebodar.
Nicest definition I’ve heard so far; Milton Glaser