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Pervasive Attention: 2D Convolutional Networks for Sequence-to-Sequence Prediction - elbayadm/attn2d
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"formalistically superimposed" - how Rams throws shade
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“Living In Your Head Rent-Free” Is The Perfect Insult Of Our Times
"Fixating on how much we fixate on others is taking up more of our mental space than ever. But plenty of things already rattle around in our heads, doing damage and giving nothing in return" via Instapaper https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/josephbernstein/living-in-your-head-rent-free-is-the-perfect-insult-of-our
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Call for more transparency: committees must do more to achieve equality – for now we don‘t even know if the…
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10 days ago by kennethlove
place-items - CSS: Cascading Style Sheets | MDN
The CSS place-items shorthand property sets both the align-items and justify-items properties. The first value is the align-items property value, the second the justify-items one. If the second value is not present, the first value is also used for it.
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10 days ago by siggiarni
Trump Weaponizes Victimhood to Defend Kavanaugh - Between the Scenes | The Daily Show - YouTube
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10 days ago by psanwikarja
The annoying habits of highly effective people
Ronald Reagan became president despite quipping that “I’ve heard that hard work never killed anyone, but I say why take the chance?”
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10 days ago by colm.mcmullan
John Major: Universal credit could repeat poll tax problems - BBC News
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If India was the jewel in the British crown, why were so few Britons actually here?
India could dominate the imperial imagination even of people who did not go there. And the numbers of people who did go were remarkably few. In the second half of the nineteenth century millions of Britons left their islands to begin new lives overseas. More than a million went to Australia and New Zealand; another million went to Canada and southern Africa; and over 3 million, the majority of them Irish, emigrated to the United States.Yet at the end of that century the entire British population of India – that is, the territories later consisting of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Burma (now Myanmar) – numbered no more than 155,000,It was as if the British, at almost every level of society, were proud to have India as their jewel but did not want to spend much time admiring the object: it was just nice to know it was in the bank and to be able to boast about it.The monarchy was the chief exception to this. Although Queen Victoria, Empress of India, never went east of Berlin, she cared passionately about her Indian subjects, especially the two classes she was acquainted with, visiting maharajas and her own servants.John Maynard Keynes.. After passing the civil service exams in 1906,joined the India Office because it was prestigious, because it had short working hours and because his preferred ministry, the Foreign Office, would have sent him abroad, far away from his friends in Cambridge. Twenty months later he resigned to become a university lecturer and later a fellow of King’s, his beloved Cambridge college. In the meantime he had acquired sufficient interest in the Subcontinent to make it the subject of his first book, Indian Currency and Finance.
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