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YouTube, Reddit, and the Ever-Tightening Orthodoxy of the Rabbit Hole | WIRED
You want the real windows into someone's soul? Look at their Reddit subscriptions. It's all there: their passions, their hobbies, their ideological leanings, their love of terrible haircuts and sublime anonymized cringe.
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10 days ago by martinkelley
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RT : シャルちゃんのマウスカーソル作りました。アーカイブの民ですがシャルクラいつも楽しく観てます🐑 DL用リンク:  #シャルピクチャ
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10 days ago by yachi4
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RT : シャルちゃんのマウスカーソル作りました。アーカイブの民ですがシャルクラいつも楽しく観てます🐑 DL用リンク:  #シャルピクチャ
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10 days ago by yachi4
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When you lose the Funko Pops in the divorce.
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10 days ago by rjeli
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RT : Tokyo permits more new housing than ALL OF CALIFORNIA.
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10 days ago by dannyman
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RT : 何かと話題のカスタムキャストでシャルちゃんを勝手に3D化させて遊んでました かわいい………
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#シャルのひつじ
#シャルピクチャ
#カスタムキャスト
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10 days ago by yachi4
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Well, the multiple personalities angle w Moon Knight makes for an interesting point of departure and a wealth of po…
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10 days ago by tomcoates
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RT : if you're poc, queer or non binary person is sponsoring up to 20 spots in 2 week be…
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关于为什么扑克是博弈而国际象棋不是,冯诺伊曼如此回答:
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10 days ago by hustwj
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The nasty internal crypto civil war btw Bitcoin & Ethereum is in full display. Since crypto shitcoins are falling 8…
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10 days ago by aheilbut
(429) https://twitter.com/nowthisnews/status/1050790197212966912
RT : It turns out than banning the phrase “climate change” was not effective at stopping climate change.
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10 days ago by kcarruthers
How to Spot Fake Product Reviews | The Mac Security Blog
When Amazon allowed customers to post reviews of the books they bought in 1995, it changed the way people chose what to buy. Reviews had long been the provenance of gatekeepers: at that time, the newspapers and magazines that published book reviews. As Amazon branched out into other products, these customer reviews took the place of those in print media that covered specialist subjects such as computing, photography, and more.
Now, reviews are everywhere and most people seem inclined to put at least some faith in them. How many times have you seen a product on Amazon or another site, or a restaurant or hotel, with four- or five-star reviews and been disappointed by it after your direct experience?
This is because the review system on Amazon (and other websites) has been gamed. In this article, I'm going to tell you how you can spot fake reviews and I'll show you a couple of websites that can help you sort the real reviews from the bogus.
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10 days ago by rgl7194
Amy Hammond on Instagram: “Less than 24 hours in NY for work yesterday but managed to pop into the new tiki bar briefly!”
Less than 24 hours in NY for work yesterday but managed to pop into the new tiki bar briefly! @ The Polynesian
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10 days ago by tomcoates
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I'm pretty sure screaming "you're dead" and using homophobic slurs while you gang beat random people on the streets…
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10 days ago by jasonpjason
Video of New York in 1911 : interestingasfuck
Video of New York in 1911 via /r/interestingasfuck
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10 days ago by jdoecrow
Why every social media site is a dumpster fire - Vox
Tribalism makes these platforms easy targets for con artists.
The past few months have brought a hurricane of horror stories about social media sites gone haywire. Facebook and Instagram hijacked by Russian trolls. YouTube struggling to fight an army of conspiracy theorists. Twitter coming to terms with its own fake news problem. Even Pinterest isn’t safe from misuse by bad actors.
And nearly every story has ended the same way — with the owners of the platforms apologizing and pledging to do better.
But the problem with these social media sites isn’t that a few bad apples are ruining the fun. It’s that they’re designed to reward bad apples.
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10 days ago by rgl7194
Video of New York in 1911 : Damnthatsinteresting
Video of New York in 1911 via /r/Damnthatsinteresting
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10 days ago by jdoecrow
How do I replicate something like this? : cinematography
How do I replicate something like this? via /r/cinematography
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10 days ago by jdoecrow
I finally get one of those “look what I woke up to” posts : gifs
I finally get one of those “look what I woke up to” posts via /r/gifs
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10 days ago by jdoecrow
He snack... And get fat... But most importantly.. dont fit down crack. : aww
He snack... And get fat... But most importantly.. dont fit down crack. via /r/aww
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10 days ago by jdoecrow
Let’s Quit the Tug-of-War over Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Legacy - Laura M. Fabrycky (Christianity Today)
One element I longed to read in this book was Haynes making a negative
confession, a clear statement about what history cannot, indeed *must not*,
do for us today. Why do we so often turn to the Nazi era as a way of making
sense of our own? Can we really make *any* helpful or responsible
comparisons between that history and our own day? Does this kind of thought
experiment equip or hinder our imaginations as we grapple with our own
contemporary responsibilities?
One might say we need to encounter the Bonhoeffer We Never Knew, a man
situated within the complexities of his place, his culture, and his
relationships. Haynes’s historical mirror shows that we prefer him in
American cultural packaging, a hero whose tale is told with a bright
spotlight and clear principles. Cast in that light, however, it becomes all
too easy to draw tenuous parallels between Bonhoeffer’s life and ours, just
as we do with heroic figures from Scripture. We all identify with David,
for instance, and never Goliath. So too are we all Bonhoeffers, but never
the complicit “German Christians” who go along to get along, hum the
nationalistic hymn, or refuse to care about the downstairs Jewish neighbors
who haven’t been seen for some time.
Can Bonhoeffer set the political or cultural captives free? In the end, he
cannot. This task is not what his life is for. This is not why we tell
Bonhoeffer's story and tend his memory. Invoking his name confers no
special righteousness upon us or our causes. Haynes has done a valiant job
taking stock of the varied elements of our American idea of Bonhoeffer, but
sadly, we can only see *ourselves* in such pixelated, polarized images. If
anything, learning more about Bonhoeffer’s life and times should motivate
us to live more prudently, courageously, and responsibly within our own.
That is Haynes’s stated hope—but it is also Metaxas’s. So the battle
continues.
Bonhoeffer  Metaxas  TrueStories  Academia 
10 days ago by mgubbins
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RT : 今日は21時からぼくのチャンネルでハニストコラボ「ミコ王」やるよー!
最終準備してるところなんだけどぼく主催で回すの自信なくて緊張してるやーー;;;;;
夕方くらいに待機所作るので待っててねー!!!
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10 days ago by yachi4
Hand Sculpting : Thanos - The Mad Titan : thanosdidnothingwrong
Hand Sculpting : Thanos - The Mad Titan via /r/thanosdidnothingwrong
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10 days ago by jdoecrow
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Stupid version of this is generate data and use that as your algorithm. E.g., need to calculate the b…
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10 days ago by eigenbom
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RT : シャルちゃんのグッズ放送見て先日僕がつくったハニストメンバーのロゴをT-シャツにしてみました。二枚目は先日制作したロゴです。 #ハニスト #シャルピクチャ
【グッズ計画】勝手にグッズ考えます!!!【島村シャルロット / ハニスト】…
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10 days ago by yachi4
The Old Reader: behind the scenes - Can We Just Ignore the Flaming Dumpster?
Vox’s Carlos Maza had a great piece called “Why every social media site is a dumpster fire.” He hit all the usual notes- Russian trolls, misogynists, and conspiracy theorists.
But he also hit on something bigger- the social media dumpster fire is not an accident or something that got out of control. What we have now is an intentional, man-made disaster. The fire was set on purpose and investors poured on the gasoline. As Maza says,
The problem with these social media sites isn’t that a few bad apples are ruining the fun. It’s that they’re designed to reward bad apples.
Even Sean Parker, the first president of Facebook says, “It’s a social-validation feedback loop … exactly the kind of thing that a hacker like myself would come up with, because you’re exploiting a vulnerability in human psychology.”
Parker is probably giving himself too much credit as an evil genius, but it’s obvious that when Facebook exploded, he and his colleagues were more than happy to fuel the conflagration. 
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10 days ago by rgl7194
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RT : ちえりだよ(斬捨万歳)!∠( ˙-˙ )/
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10 days ago by yachi4
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Showing the kids Galaxy Quest.
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10 days ago by jreffell
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Brazilian sources claim is meddling in Presidential elections especially the second round. wou…
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10 days ago by davidgusmao
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I keep getting these ads saying that local women want to meet me! Are you saying they might be LYING?
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10 days ago by coty
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RT : smit君だ!SMITはメニュー形式で簡単便利に管理操作を選べるだけでなく、最終的にシェルスクリプトが生成されるところが好きでした。GUIとCLIの良い連携。あと、AIXは私が初めて触った20年前にはとっくにジャーナルファイルシス…
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10 days ago by pillow
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RT : ハニストの天使枠、シャルロットさん描きました。
シャルクラのアーカイブを追っかけながら作業してましたが、アーカイブ内で「シャルちゃんは水属性っぽい」って話があったのでそのイメージで。
#シャルピクチャ
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10 days ago by yachi4
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Idk if this wins for greatest impact on my life, but I think about the phrase “rural…
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10 days ago by hecavanagh
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At a museum, there were 2 wax figures positioned to look like one was taking a photo of the…
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10 days ago by tulbox
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Me too. And don’t forget Fruit Tree Foundation and Scott performing solo. All are Scott.
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10 days ago by pkinchington
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RT : One of the best jokes in the history of cinema. I'm not joking.

"Top Secret!" (1984)
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10 days ago by theory
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RT : Anatomy of a conflict of interest: Saudi Arabia is putting money into the pockets of the president’s family at the…
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10 days ago by kohlmannj
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Tear the tags off of mattresses and pillows! Only walk on the left side of hallways! Go down up escalat…
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10 days ago by hoodwink73
Modern JavaScript in React Documentation
If you haven’t worked with JavaScript in the last few years, these three points should give you enough knowledge to feel comfortable reading the React documentation:
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10 days ago by spaceninja
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., & are the 'triforce' of crypto content curation & research.

They provide…
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10 days ago by kartik
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RT : Check out this piece of shit country.
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10 days ago by shaneisley
That's What I Want - Alan Jacobs (Snakes and Ladders)
*Our love is all of God’s money*
<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=efq95Pfqt5U>
What is money? Hard to say, really. It’s easier to document what it *does*,
as Dana Gioia has shown <http://danagioia.com/money/>:
It greases the palm, feathers a nest,
holds heads above water,
makes both ends meet.
Money breeds money.
Gathering interest, compounding daily.
Always in circulation.
“Circulation” is the key term here: money is always on the move, is always
sliding from one location to another and then back to the first and then on
to a third. People who work with money prize *fluidity*, because fluidity
promotes circulation. And every development in computerized trading
increases the speed of that circulation, so that now money moves faster
than the human eye can see.
But the flow isn’t random, indeed is anything but random. Powerful gravity
drags money towards other money. Think of how our solar system formed: the
molecules that formed vast clouds of gas and dust drifted towards one
another, forming clumps that attracted still more molecules, until
eventually there condensed a star. That’s how money works. “Gathering
interest, compounding daily.”
But, of course, as what is saved gathers interest, so too does what is
owed. Money breeds money; debt breeds debt. And if not for debt, would
money exist? “The first thing that happened in human history,” thinks a
character in a new novel, “was not money, but debt – obligations and
promises and duties incurred. Money arose only as a way of tabulating such
owings.”
Ayjay  money  debt  CharlesWilliams  Taliessen 
10 days ago by mgubbins
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RT : Just as a reminder: The First Lady’s office and the West Wing were adamant that Melania was NOT sending any sort of…
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10 days ago by kcarruthers
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RT : . REFUSES to talk about the number 1 issue in - climate change. People want to know, wil…
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Climate change is real. Global warming is real. They both pose a grave threat to our nation and our planet. We can’…
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