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今日からか。一応一本で完結するっぽい?『機動戦士ガンダムNT(ナラティブ)』公式サイト
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That might not *entirely* be true. They still had a legal status called “status quo,” which means changes to working conditions — like mass layoffs! — have to…
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The State of JavaScript 2018
#413 — November 23, 2018

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The State of JavaScript 2018 — The results of this popular annual survey are out now. React is the…
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A sneak peek at Vue.js 3.0
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Evan You Previews Vue.js 3.0 — The creator of Vue.js presented a look at the future of the popular…
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Going beyond console.log()
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Test262 Report: An Up-to-Date Status Report of JS Feature Support — Test262.report is a new site…
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Storybook 4.0, the evolution of async JavaScript, and a new JS podcast
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An Annotated webpack 4 Config for Frontend Development — A very thorough example of a real-world…
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There are basically two types of right wing direct action:

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Research confirms that sympathy and mere presence are likely sufficient for authentically expressing sympathy. https://t.co/n1UhvO7Qpr

— Parsing Science (@ParsingScience) November 30, 2018
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Kirsten Gillibrand (@SenGillibrand)
From the GOP’s tax cuts for the wealthiest few to their refusal to address the gun violence that’s devastated our country, it’s all about who lines their pockets. We must get dark money’s toxic influence out of politics in order to fix our corroded and corrupt system.
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HOBY | Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership - HOBY | Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership
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Founded in 1958, HOBY’s mission is to inspire and develop our global community of youth and volunteers to a life dedicated to leadership, service, and innovation. HOBY programs are conducted annually throughout the United States, serving local and international high school students. HOBY provides students, for whom most are selected by their schools, the opportunity to participate in unique leadership training, service-learning, and motivation-building experiences, beginning a lifelong dedication to improving the lives of others. Due to the selfless efforts of volunteers and the contributions of generous donors, more than 10,000 students participate in HOBY programs annually.
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From aliens to immigration, international study finds most believe a conspiracy theory
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Mueller eyes Ivanka and Don Jr.'s work on Trump Tower Moscow (Hunter Walker/Yahoo News)
—  The question at the heart of the Russia investigation has always been one of motive.,Why has Donald Trump, both as a candidate and as the President, been so solicitous of Russia and of its leader, Vladimir Putin?
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Japanese Women Rule the Roost: Wives More Likely to Run Family Households
According to a survey by Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance, the wife is the leader in the majority (51.6%) of married couples in Japan.,The wife tends to take charge in household finances, childcare and education, and housework.,Kodama Yūichi, the chief economist at Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance, commented, “While men’s attitudes play their part, the idea of the husband as the breadwinner and the wife as the homemaker is based in the Japanese employment practices of being unable to decline overtime or job relocations, and is a deep-rooted vestige of the Japan of yesteryear.,While 45.7% of husbands answered “nothing in particular” when asked about causes for complaint, this was true for just 24% of wives.,The top three reasons (multiple answers allowed) cited by the wives for dissatisfaction were “Not thoughtful” (26.7%), “Not cooperative in housework” (20.5%), and “Not organized” (17.9%).
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The Many Futures of a Decision
From that point of view, Brexit, for example, is not a decision with a virtual ethical future, but a decision about future events that will be actualised once we pass them on the line.,Against this, Lampert's key move is to refocus us on decisions understood as phenomena that allow us to deduce properties of time, rather than rely on prior assumptions about the linearity or determined nature of time and the future, and then insert the idea of a decision within them.,At that point we should think of the future and of the ethics of the decision as about many interconnected virtual futures.,Lampert also includes valuable counter-points to the continental tradition by including analytic philosophy (in particular to inform the idea of a decision in relation to an intention and the theory of many possible futures) and political thinkers from both sides of the political spectrum, such as Schmitt and Habermas.,For a phenomenology and existentialism about time and the future, Lampert says very little, almost nothing, on decisions about dying and killing: 'Decisions resulting in somebody's death, for example, clearly limit variation . . .' (p 290) What about the death of everybody, or the decider's?
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Trump's Recall of Moscow Deal Matches Cohen's, President's Lawyers Say (New York Times)
—  The question at the heart of the Russia investigation has always been one of motive.,Why has Donald Trump, both as a candidate and as the President, been so solicitous of Russia and of its leader, Vladimir Putin?
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10 days ago by raleigh
(429) https://twitter.com/asharangappa_/status/1068164396789178368
Important point. These aren’t “process crimes,” they’re national security risks.
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Rather than artificially reintroduce competition through an antitrust campaign or regulate these services as public utilities (or even nationalize them), Malmgren argues that we ought rather to see “social media as a public commons” and hand “collective power over digital platforms to the people they connect.”,Under capitalism, where people spend most of their lives working jobs they do not like and are lacking in opportunities for unstructured sociability, it makes sense that they would spend a good deal of their “free time” binging on short bursts of prescribed “social” interaction.,The question here is whether the negative effects of platform capitalism on our lives are specific to capitalism, in which case these platforms would be legitimate social goods if freed from the predations of the market, or whether these platforms, like private automobiles, are so inextricably tied to the destructive norms of capitalist society that they would likely disappear or greatly reduce in importance under socialism.,In a meta-analysis of seventy-two studies, the psychologist Sara Konrath and her research team found that empathy levels among college students are 40 percent lower today than they were twenty years ago — a development they attribute to, amongst other things, the “rising prominence” of “media use in everyday life”: “With so much time spent interacting with others online rather than in reality, interpersonal dynamics such as empathy might certainly be altered.”,How is it that people acclimated to a lack of self-reflection, empathy, and genuine human conversation by the platforms themselves represent an “ideal polity for a democratic model of governance”?
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Mittelstadt, Russell, & Wachter on Explaining Machine Learning Decisions
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Recent work on interpretability in machine learning and AI has focused on the building of simplified models that approximate the true criteria used to make decisions.,These models are a useful pedagogical device for teaching trained professionals how to predict what decisions will be made by the complex system, and most importantly how the system might break.,We focus on the distinction between these models and explanations in philosophy and sociology.,These models can be understood as a "do it yourself kit" for explanations, allowing a practitioner to directly answer "what if questions" or generate contrastive explanations without external assistance.,Although a valuable ability, giving these models as explanations appears more difficult than necessary, and other forms of explanation may not have the same trade-offs.
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RT @SecondLady: What a great way to begin the Christmas season! We enjoyed hosting law enforcement officers and their children at the @VP R…
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‘Individual 1’: Trump emerges as a central subject of Mueller probe https://t.co/0S1BJ0u4gt

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