Jason (jcreed) wrote,
Jason
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Managed to sneak in a visit to spoons 'n' copic before I headed for the airport. Played some dominion, watched them bustle around with home renovation projects, had a grilled cheese at a neighborhood sandwich place. Good times.

Doodled a little javascript game in the airport:
http://jcreed.org/js/hexagon_robot/
https://bitbucket.org/jcreed/hexagon-robot

It's very obviously a richochet-robot style arrangement, but with only one robot.

It generates puzzles by doing a bunch of random moves from the player's position; I think it tends to make them too easy on average.

I think this might work nicely on a touch interface with multiple robots, though...
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    Tried to twelf up a proof about encoding focusing in FOL. I thought it should have been "easy", since it doesn't really involve any substructural or…

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    Reading some of simrob's draft paper and accompanying formalization reminds me that I don't know of anything stopping me from fully…

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