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I once worked for a company that I thought I would feel ethically good about - Current…
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10 days ago by kangaroo5383
Five Myths About Pipenv – Chad Smith – Medium
Pipenv is designed for a very specific use-case: application dependency management and associated workflows. In other words it’s a fancy replacement for requirements.txt that automates virtual…
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10 days ago by arthuralvim
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RT : Did you ever getting a gift of a chew stick?
Briefly instructionary video to show you how to enjoying.
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10 days ago by kukkurovaca
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Another awesome mini-rant by . Except it’s not really a rant, just facts, examples and graphs to illust…
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10 days ago by gourock_swimming
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Stirring the Waters: In Southern WV, days without water are a way of life - for
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10 days ago by andriak
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It's like that 'Santa Clause' movie - you find someone to replace you [by causing you to fall off a…
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10 days ago by lurrel
Trump's slow-motion staff 'shakeup' stunts 2019 planning - POLITICO
President Donald Trump is still looking for a new United Nations ambassador. He has no deputy national security adviser.
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10 days ago by WFreeland
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Thank you so much! Right now I’m representing Canada as Co-Chair of the
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10 days ago by mgifford
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is it possible that by completely disregarding ideas about authenticity and what does and doesn't sound like "real"…
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10 days ago by ardeguire
The new Sour Patch Kids cereal is 'kind of a disaster'
Sour Patch Kids are wildly popular, but will the candy's fans want to eat a cereal that turns their milk sour? The Post's Maura Judkis finds out.
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10 days ago by jellis
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This is the first time I’ve ever heard anyone say the death of Adric was traumatizing. It was for me, but to hear i…
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10 days ago by lurrel
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Applies the world over. Solidarity with my Australian colleagues, facing chilling actions from a reporessive govern…
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10 days ago by pfctdayelise
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Trying to download a large folder from Amazon Drive. Modern browsers support big downloads, you know.
I…
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10 days ago by hyperfekt
Facebook’s Very Bad Month Just Got Worse
Incriminating internal e-mails, an ugly P.R. campaign, explosive exposés, denials, and denunciations snowballed into more trouble for Facebook and its C.E.O.,…
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10 days ago by urbansheep
Responsive Images on the Apple Watch
Eric Portis takes you through the steps you should be following if you want your site, and in particular your images, to look great if someone is looking at your site on their watch.
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10 days ago by justinavery
Ignis/Prompto or Gen, Prompto is a kluz because he likes Ignis' attention
Prompto is a kluz. Ignis is a mother-hen. When the blond goes scraping his knees, knocking his head, bruising his nose, Ignis is there to fuss over him. Though sometimes Ignis wonders if Prompto has grown a second left leg or something because he could swear the lad's getting worse.

Little does he know (but maybe finds out?), Prompto is actually doing some of it on purpose. Because after it happened a couple of times he decided he likes the proximity, the gentle touches, the lecturing, just the feeling that someone worries about him. His parents were almost always absent so he hardly ever got to experience any caretaking.

Can be platonic or romantic.
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10 days ago by ffxvkinkmeme
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The brilliantly hilarious reminding us not to take ourselves too seriously 😂
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10 days ago by hoodwink73
The unbelievably simple way to cut greenhouse gas emissions from the food sector in half | World Economic Forum
The unbelievably simple way to cut greenhouse gas emissions in half via Instapaper http://bit.ly/2QkbOQP
If we all swapped beef burgers and bacon sandwiches for vegetarian alternatives most of the week, we could cut greenhouse gas emissions by more than half. So…
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10 days ago by patrick
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I didn't feel excited at all when I moved but now that MFF anxiety is gone HOLY SHIT I LIVE ALONE! I CAN DO WHAT I…
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10 days ago by ciphpercoder
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Astillero de barcos de fibra, en La Ciotat (Francia).
También ofrecen servicios de ingeniería
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10 days ago by brunohervas
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10 days ago by scribblemoose
The statistical rule of three • John Cook Consulting
<p>suppose you are testing children for perfect pitch. You’ve tested 100 children so far and haven’t found any with perfect pitch. Do you conclude that children don’t have perfect pitch? You know that some do because you’ve heard of instances before. Your data suggest perfect pitch in children is at least rare. But how rare?

The rule of three gives a quick and dirty way to estimate these kinds of probabilities. It says that if you’ve tested N cases and haven’t found what you’re looking for, a reasonable estimate is that the probability is less than 3/N. So in our proofreading example, if you haven’t found any typos in 20 pages, you could estimate that the probability of a page having a typo is less than 15%. In the perfect pitch example, you could conclude that fewer than 3% of children have perfect pitch.

Note that the rule of three says that your probability estimate goes down in proportion to the number of cases you’ve studied. If you’d read 200 pages without finding a typo, your estimate would drop from 15% to 1.5%. But it doesn’t suddenly drop to zero. I imagine most people would harbor a suspicion that that there may be typos even though they haven’t seen any in the first few pages. But at some point they might say “I’ve read so many pages without finding any errors, there must not be any.” The situation is a little different with the perfect pitch example, however, because you may know before you start that the probability cannot be zero.

If the sight of math makes you squeamish, you might want to stop reading now. Just remember that if you haven’t seen something happen in N observations, a good estimate is that the chances of it happening are less than 3/N.</p>


I had never heard of this.
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10 days ago by charlesarthur
The Reluctant Whore by phantisma
In a world where prostitution is legal and high-end whores earn large sums of cash, Chris Kane is on a collision course with destruction, until Jeffrey Dean Morgan finds him, uses a whore to seduce him and gets him to sign away five years of his life in return for rescuing him. Chris finds himself in a world of wealthy men and their sexual diversions, where money is just a means of getting pretty men to submit to their every whim.
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10 days ago by tittakv
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The Globe plans to endorse the Democrat who can glide through the 2020 election without becoming a divisive figure,…
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10 days ago by andriak
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RT : ぴかぶい殿堂入りしました。ヤバかわいいゲームでした、絵。
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10 days ago by Sabas
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Anyone else in DSA who is both a follower of Socialist Call and Build DSA? Electoral Tendencies and Mutual Aid don'…
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10 days ago by angelixd
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RT : Looking for the perfect holiday gift? Might I recommend these Presidential pet earrings
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10 days ago by kohlmannj
Edit fiddle - JSFiddle
Here is solution how to make menu with multicolumns which looks the same as the one created with column-count property and works in ALL BROWSERS.

This is done with floating elements, but the trick here is to re-order the elements in javascript (or server side) so they natural flow looks as up-down instead left-right
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10 days ago by frankfarm
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