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The math behind juggling
This post explains how math can be applied to juggling, a seemingly nonmathematical area. This gives us more insight into what really goes on in a juggling pattern and helps us automate the process of finding new juggling patterns.

Generalizing Segment Trees
How I generalized segment trees by expressing range query outputs as elements of a monoid and update operations as functions.

A Comprehensive Guide to Customizing your MacBook
This post contains a list of all the things I did to customize my MacBook. Most instructions here are useful only for programmers and power users.

Making a keyboardnavigable collapsible without JavaScript
A 'collapsible' is content whose visibility can be toggled by clicking something. However, users without a mouse should also be able to open the collapsed content. This article explains how to make a keyboardnavigable collapsible without using JavaScript.

Juggling 101
This is an article for those who wish to learn juggling and have absolutely no prior experience. Here you will find links to resources that will help you learn your first juggling pattern and suggestions about what kind of balls to use, what posture you should have, etc.

How to juggle 3 balls in 1 hand
3 balls in 1 hand, a.k.a. 3in1, is definitely not an easy pattern, mostly because of the speed, accuracy and strength/stamina required to do it. I could learn to do it because I came up with good prerequisites. It still took me a few months to learn …