Phil 3.30.20

Today’s study in contrasts: Italy and the US:

COVID-19 projections for the US, from the The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME):


Work on converting the ETS json file into spreadsheets to evaluate thresholds and labels – spreadsheet conversion is working. done! Now I need to figure out what those ETS parameters do!

Add a short bit to the D20 writeup that explains why linear interpolation isn’t the best option, and why we went with ETS – done

Work with Zach to get the website up today – working

Work this article into the exploit-space writeup: Why Is Cybersecurity Not a Human-Scale Problem Anymore?. Wow, actually, the company (Balbix) that was founded by the author (Gaurav Banga) seems to be doing most of what I was going to write about. Sent Darren a note to see if I should continue

Got a note from ProQuest saying my file needed to have blank pages at the beginning and end of the document. Fixed. And accepted!

  • Congratulations. Your submission, xxxxx has cleared all of the necessary checks and will soon be delivered to ProQuest for publishing.

Ok, back to Docker and building an InfluxDB image. Wow, that seems like a lifetime ago I was doing this

  • To save a custom image, create the container from a base image and then docker save image_name > image_name.tar. This puts it wherever you run the command in the system, Linux or Windows

#COVID-19 meeting at 1:30 today – proposal’s in. We have twitter data from January

SDaaS meeting at 4:00 today – postponed