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RT : "Listen to the Heart Beats" <3

The Flood goes on... till I get tired... xD

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10 days ago by kiyala
The Collector’s Fallacy • Zettelkasten Method
"Moreover, accumulating photocopies is tangible. When we can see a stack growing and feel its weight, the feeling of reward is even higher"
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10 days ago by nharbour
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Wait...are you saying the people trying to both-sides and sanitize unethical and illegal human experiments might no…
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10 days ago by jwoodget
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Here's a lil' thread about Hanukah and the Trump Administration. 1/x

In 175 B. C., an insecure, despotic ruler…
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10 days ago by simplyjoey
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I can watch those big paws forever...
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10 days ago by kerim
The Collector’s Fallacy • Zettelkasten Method
"Why do we hoard stuff and clutter our lives like that?

Photocopying is potentially addictive"
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10 days ago by nharbour
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and with this last breakdown, 2018 is officially over for me! 🎆🎆🎆
thanks everyone for keeping up and wa…
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10 days ago by pbeshai
www.washingtonpost.com
via Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis https://wapo.st/2FHX347
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10 days ago by aebraddy
New Experiences Are Awesome - kaitlia777
After a very drunk Blaine admits that he misses bottoming and wants to be fucked hard and forced to take it, Sam cannot get the idea of giving Blaine precisely what he craves out of his head (and all the kinky stuff he's been watching online for research is not helping). He just likes seeing his bro happy - nothing weird about that, right?
canondivergence  blaine/sam  sexy  firsttime  kink:dominant  friendstolovers  sweet  c:oneshot/-7k  glee  kink:restraints  firstsexexperience  kink:dirtytalk 
10 days ago by floatondown
The Collector’s Fallacy • Zettelkasten Method
"We stumble upon an interesting web page and don’t want to lose the information, thus we keep it as a bookmark. The digital pile of bookmarks isn’t any different from a tangible pile of papers we consider worth knowing. Here, too, kept isn’t read, though."
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10 days ago by nharbour
Node.js for Embedded Systems
he book Node.js for embedded systems explores how a web technology can change the way we build hardware.

Compared to classical programming languages for embedded development, JavaScript embraces open-source collaboration and should help with a good "user" experience. Besides programming concepts, the book provides on overview on embedded hardware that support JavaScript.

At this website, you can find a summary of topics and ideas that are discussed in the book. Also, this website may act as reference or start for new projects. Please help to make the book and website better: Email Us
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10 days ago by euler
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You know, I'm thinking I could be more comfortable in Canada than I thought. This is some Southern-magnitude shade…
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10 days ago by extraface
The Collector’s Fallacy • Zettelkasten Method
"there’s a lot someone doesn’t know anything about precisely because she photocopied a text; she has given herself in to the illusion of having read the text already."
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10 days ago by nharbour
(429) https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1068987767638523905
RT : Hey ladies,
You’re not working hard enough. Stop having lunch, don’t go home and never have a break.
Regards,
Mi…
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10 days ago by kcarruthers
The Collector’s Fallacy • Zettelkasten Method
"Until we merge the contents, the information, ideas, and thoughts of other people into our own knowledge, we haven’t really learned a thing. We don’t change ourselves if we don’t learn, so merely filing things away doesn’t lead us anywhere."
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10 days ago by nharbour
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RT : It seems a Republican campaign went to the houses of older Democrats, claimed to be officials, took their absentee…
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10 days ago by deepshah
The Collector’s Fallacy • Zettelkasten Method
"Let’s call this “The Collector’s Fallacy”. Why fallacy? Because ‘to know about something’ isn’t the same as ‘knowing something’. Just knowing about a thing is less than superficial since knowing about is merely to be certain of its existence, nothing more. Ultimately, this fake-knowledge is hindering us on our road to true excellence."
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10 days ago by nharbour
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RT : Buenos Aires: movements reject G20 summit and demand peoples´ sovereignty - More photos here:…
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10 days ago by kcarruthers
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Stephen Curry is 0-for-2 from the field, but it's already clear how much he's helping in ways that extend beyond th…
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10 days ago by charisse
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RT : I don’t know exactly what to say..... so here’s a chocolate cake with lavender buttercream, and the flavors go pret…
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10 days ago by RockyMountainNaturals
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RT : 🍓

Strawberries at the Santa Monica Farmers Market.

🍓

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10 days ago by RockyMountainNaturals
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RT : Come join some fun tomorrow for what is certainly going to be a good time!
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10 days ago by RockyMountainNaturals
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RT : Here Are The Most Popular Late Night Eats Around The Country
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10 days ago by RockyMountainNaturals
The Collector’s Fallacy • Zettelkasten Method
"There’s a tendency in all of us to gather useful stuff and feel good about it. To collect is a reward in itself. As knowledge workers, we’re inclined to look for the next groundbreaking thought, for intellectual stimulation: we pile up promising books and articles, and we store half the internet as bookmarks, just so we get the feeling of being on the cutting edge."
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10 days ago by nharbour
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— Abraham Williams (@abraham) December 2, 2018
IFTTT  Twitter 
10 days ago by abraham
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Tell these young men that they should start applying for internships in material science and metallur…
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10 days ago by parsingphase
Why passwords will persist.
Both Google and Apple are automating password stores secured by 2FA. (Weak 2FA in Apple’s case)
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10 days ago by jgordon
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RT : Someone in an academic space shared this image in a talk and, presumably to evoke sympathy, said that the woman in…
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10 days ago by DocDre
정진호 - 게시물
토마스 암스트롱 박사님이 쓰신 다중지능과 교육을
marek bennett이 한장의 그림으로 정리했고
제가 채색하고 번역했습니다.

사실 다중지능은 학교에서만 기르는 것은 아니죠.
조금만 관심을 가지고 있다면

https://marekbennett.com/2011/02/28/multiple-intelligences-comics-education/
Education 
10 days ago by ehrok
The Collector’s Fallacy • Zettelkasten Method
"With every full cycle from research to knowledge assimilation, we learn more about the topic. When we know more, our decisions are more informed, thus our research gets more efficient. If, on the other hand, we take home a big pile of material to read and process, some of it will turn out be useless once we finished parts of the pile. To minimize waste, both of time and of paper, it’s beneficial to immerse oneself step by step and learn on the way instead of making big up-front decisions based on guesswork."
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10 days ago by nharbour
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The curse of “Live”. Because delivery>alpha>beta>live. If you’ve made it to Live your team…
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10 days ago by mattedgar
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A CS degree is only one of many paths into software development.

But almost every path requires some form of privi…
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10 days ago by ry4an
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"The creative work occurs largely at an unconscious level — and often after the left hemisphere's conscious, ration…
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10 days ago by callumflack
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Old news : "He sees you when you're sleeping 
He knows when you're awake 
He knows if you've been…
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10 days ago by Surliminal
The Collector’s Fallacy • Zettelkasten Method
"The habit of keeping the cycle of research, reading, and knowledge assimilation short is a powerful way to circumvent our innate addiction to gather piles of stuff."
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10 days ago by nharbour
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And you see nothing wrong with your tax dollars subsidizing…
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10 days ago by essjaybee
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今年もやってくる。
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