This is a very specific post, most people will want to skip over it entirely. It is about how to install the ionosphere/thermosphere model TIE-GCM on Ubuntu computers using gfortran.
Following the end of the first round of the World Cup group stage let’s see how the model is doing and how the predictions have changed.
The World Cup is almost upon us and so it’s time to make some predictions…
My three year old asked me a pretty interesting question this morning, “how many sleeps is it until next Easter?”
Could Jack Dawson (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Rose DeWitt Bukater (Kate Winslet) from the motion picture ‘Titanic’ both have survived by both floating on the door? (Clearly there are a load of spoilers in this article – but the film did come out over 20 years ago so I’m not going to worry too much about
I manage a small cluster at work and occasionally students get their IP address banned by entering the wrong password when logging into the cluster. I don’t fix the problem often enough to remember how to do it, so I thought I’d jot it down here for future reference.
The lineup for the 2018 FIFA World Cup is now complete, and the teams have been sorted into pots ahead of the group stage draw on December 1st. All draws are not equally likely, so what teams is your team likely to face?
How does a countries mean transfer spend relate to its UEFA coefficient?
No, this post isn’t 15 years late, Rio Ferdinand really did cost “more” than Paul Pogba…
The CentOS wiki page misses out a crucial step in setting up passwordless SSH.