This week’s list is rather short as I’m still ill.

- Some materials about Information Mapping(R):
- Toolkit: Information Mapping for Business Writing – by Daniel Sklar.
- Information Mapping on TechWriter Wiki. I’ve only skimmed it upon finding. I’m including it here for completeness and for future reference.

- Elliptic Curve Cryptography:
- A brief introduction by Nick Sullivan. It helped me grasp the key concepts and while I’m far from ready to start implementing anything based on that limited knowledge, I have at least got an idea how it works.
- Another article on math behind ECC is still on my list. It contains some more math so maybe I’ll get to understand it a bit better? Let’s see.
- It all started when I’ve read about Ed25519, which I would like to implement one day in Scheme. I’ve already started porting DJB’s python version to Racket a few days ago but decided I first need to understand it better because just rewriting it in another language won’t be useful even a bit.

- Christopher Lemmer Webber on MediaGoblin and ActivityPub, a not so short interview with a very interesting person who took part in standardizing the protocol that the Fediverse uses.
- I’ve been reading The Racket Guide, which is very nice and whenever it’s not enough, one has the option of reading the full docs (e.g. Byte Strings).

Whenever I had some spare time, I’ve been reading Christopher Lemmer Webber’s blog.

In the paper books department, I’ve picked a book I’ve suspended a while ago: “How Not to Be Wrong. The Power of Mathematical Thinking” by Jordan Ellenberg.

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