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SUZURIで、クリエイターさんの展示をサポートする取り組みをはじめます! スペース費用全額、グッズサンプル等の負担なしで、色々お手伝いをしちゃいます! 応募者多い場合は、選出になりますが、展示にご興味ある方、是非ご応募くださいね…
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How can businesses prepare their supply chains for Brexit? - The Resilience Post
With the UK due to leave the European Union on 29 March 2019, firms operating in the UK are still faced with the unknown when it comes to managing their supply chains.
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Yo, why are you endorsing Mary Kay Lacey who on two occasions now called for UC Berkeley to reduce e…
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RT : Don't look now, but ' robot Atlas is back. And now it can do parkour.
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Wtf I love local broadcast news stations now
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Katanning makes multiculturalism look easy | The West Australian
Alep Mydie reckons he may be only Aussie imam who turns out burgers, gado gado and flat whites.
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RT : I think historically we've approached software design too much as an attempt to impose structure. Interesting probl…
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This was the last Skype redesign, which was so bad they finally undid it. Me: "I don't know how you did…
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Through a twist of luck, I got to give the Stanford Stats Dept seminar on Tuesday, and it was really cool to get to…
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The latest Old River Media Group Edition! Thanks to
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Meanwhile things like declarative programming, one-way data flow, state management, and many other innovations have…
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Meanwhile things like declarative programming, one-way data flow, state management, and many other innovations have…
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Steve Blank Entrepreneurship as a Science – The Business Model/Customer Development Stack
Over the last 50 years engineers have moved from building computers out of individual transistors to building with prepackaged logic gates. Then they adopted…
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RT : "Competitive wokeness", like "virtue signaling" and "preference falsification", seems to be something people on the…
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Max Inspect 1.1 update just released! Now you can drag apps onto the icon in the Dock and inspect multiple apps at…
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I would like to attend this, so I can become more scummy, will see if I can get away from…
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Why data culture matters
Organizational culture can accelerate the application of analytics, amplify its power, and steer companies away from risky outcomes. Here are seven principles…
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My natural inclination is to stare deeply into other people’s eyes. Most people dislike that. I’m const…
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You're not very good at reading the overall issue here. I'd like to h…
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Happy ! Please remenber that "coming out" as a concept isn't a one time thing or the main holiday…
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How do you 100% complete SteamWorld Dig 2 if you’ve run out of money and have already mined all the resources? : NintendoSwitch
SpoilerHow do you 100% complete SteamWorld Dig 2 if you’ve run out of money and have already mined all the resources? (self.NintendoSwitch) I have collected all of the gyms and purchased as many upgrades on my equipment as I can.
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Hanselminutes och Star Talk (Neill deGrasse Tysons talk show). Är man minsta intresserad av vetenskap oc…
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“We made the manifesto thinking we would not be the government. Now we are the government and this manifesto is a b…
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10 days ago by bytebot
Keith Ellison allegations of abuse from Karen Monahan aren't going away - CNNPolitics
"We believe survivors" my ass.

This is why the Democratic establishment can go suck an egg.
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Google Suite Catch-All Email Address Not Working | Sal Ferrarello
On Tuesday October 9, 2018 my G Suite Catch-All Email Address stopped working. My account is a free legacy account that I setup back when it was called Google Apps.
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What about all those events where IR wasn’t triggered because a control in the wetware kicked in? E.g.…
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“Shards of glass can cut and wound or magnify a vision. Mosaic celebrates brokenness and the beauty of being brough…
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[1810.03579] Long ties accelerate noisy threshold-based contagions
"Changes to network structure can substantially affect when and how widely new ideas, products, and conventions are adopted. In models of biological contagion, interventions that randomly rewire edges (making them "longer") accelerate spread. However, there are other models relevant to social contagion, such as those motivated by myopic best-response in games with strategic complements, in which individual's behavior is described by a threshold number of adopting neighbors above which adoption occurs (i.e., complex contagions). Recent work has argued that highly clustered, rather than random, networks facilitate spread of these complex contagions. Here we show that minor modifications of prior analyses, which make them more realistic, reverse this result. The modification is that we allow very rarely below threshold adoption, i.e., very rarely adoption occurs, where there is only one adopting neighbor. To model the trade-off between long and short edges we consider networks that are the union of cycle-power-k graphs and random graphs on n nodes. We study how the time to global spread changes as we replace the cycle edges with (random) long ties. Allowing adoptions below threshold to occur with order 1/n‾√ probability is enough to ensure that random rewiring accelerates spread. Simulations illustrate the robustness of these results to other commonly-posited models for noisy best-response behavior. We then examine empirical social networks, where we find that hypothetical interventions that (a) randomly rewire existing edges or (b) add random edges reduce time to spread compared with the original network or addition of "short", triad-closing edges, respectively. This substantially revises conclusions about how interventions change the spread of behavior, suggesting that those wanting to increase spread should induce formation of long ties, rather than triad-closing ties."
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"Latest Revision to ARM Instruction Set Includes Optimizations Just for JavaScript"
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RT : A few years ago, may be 7 or 8, my best friend's daughter was graduating from Yale. I decided I'd drive to Yale and…
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Imagine if all the ash, fumes & CO₂ from all the fossil fuels a modern country had burned could fit securely in one…
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a lot of the goofy men from this past decade are now leveling up to zaddy and I am here for it
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