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numpy documentation

With trustlet, I'm finally getting to a point where we can do cool stuff, evaluating prediction graphs of trust metrics. Now I need to refresh my Python array stuff. Since last time I was using that stuff, in 2004, they have refactored it (once more) and called it numpy. That's fine. But, in order to read an important part of the documentation you need to pay 39.99 US$.

Apparently Paolo and I just started writing a book

Apparently Paolo and I just started writing a book, about trust metrics, of course. Feel free to write along ;) It made me think about an article I read about the advantages of hitchhiking to society. Unfortunately I don't remember much more than some vagueness. I'm not giving up yet, though. I think it was about how random people meeting and sharing - which is what hitchhiking basically is about - will have a very positive effect on society, i.e.