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10 days ago by kumiab
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I swear this is *not* why I have been training MMA for the past year.
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Faliebesch by fayfayfay
Percival Graves is just months from graduation when he finds Credence Barebone crying in the Prefects’ bathroom, the unfortunate victim of a love potion plot gone terribly astray.

High School AU with a bit of compulsory sex.
pair_credence/graves  genre_au  genre_angst  genre_pwp 
10 days ago by maxette
Opinion | Don’t Force Google to Export Other Countries’ Laws - The New York Times
Applying national rules worldwide would change the internet beyond recognition.

By Daphne Keller
Ms. Keller is a lawyer at Stanford Law School’s Center for Internet and Society.
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10 days ago by noiseguy
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「めんつゆ1巻のPOP作りますね!」とご連絡をいただき、てっきり普通に主人公が印刷されてくると思い込んでいたら画像一枚目(現物)が届いた時の私の衝撃

#めんつゆひとり飯 #まんがライフ #竹書房
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Opinion | Democrats Are Credible on Health Care - The New York Times
Obamacare has delivered — and Republicans have been wrong all the way.
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It was an honor and a pleasure to write the foreword for this book -- An Urgency of Teachers (by and…
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Opinion | The Handmaid’s Court - The New York Times
Jane Doe may have been the first pregnant girl Brett Kavanaugh ruled against. But she won’t be the last.
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Opinion | Andrew Cuomo Owes Cynthia Nixon an Apology - The New York Times
A last-minute mailer from Democrats wrongly describing Ms. Nixon as anti-Semitic is a disgrace.
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This is perhaps the truest thing about (or any ) that I have ever read. 💯
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Cooking With Olive Oil: Should You Fry and Sear in It or Not? | Serious Eats
Favorite tweet:

Can I fry in olive oil?https://t.co/p0S0L8Ljmh

— Serious Eats (@seriouseats) September 11, 2018
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10 days ago by chetan
Kaibara Ekken - Wikipedia
Kaibara's science was confined to Botany and Materia medica and focused on the "natural law". Kaibara became as famous in Japan as people such as Charles Darwin when it came to science. He advanced the study of botany in Japan when he wrote Yamato honzō,(Medicinal herbs of Japan) which was a seminal study of Japanese plants. The 19th-century German Japanologist Philipp Franz von Siebold called him the "Aristotle of Japan"
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The past is already gone, the future is not yet here. There’s only one moment for you to live.

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Professor Jocylen Bell Brunell an inspiration - The Catholic Astronomer
This week  Professor Jocylen Bell Brunell  from Northern Ireland was awarded a significent prize. This was for her scientific achievments and inspiring leadership. The annnouncment reminded me of her generous nature. One lecture she gave back in 2005 stands out.  My article is an account of her lecture at Trinity College in Dublin.
At the time I found her talk fascinating and informative, therefore I wanted to share it once again here.  Her lecture gave voice to Stanley Eddingtons work. Eddington's work gave voice to Albert Einsteins work. Professor Brunell's lecture gave voice to both of them.  The fact that Professor Brunell gave away her award to help others is testiment to her personality and beliefs. A women true to herself, an inspiration to us all.
Here is an article about Professors Brunell's award
A leading Belfast-born scientist has won a $3m international prize for her ground-breaking work and contribution to the field of physics.
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10 days ago by rgl7194
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10 days ago by rdr
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Yeah.

And and keeping it going.
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“LGBTQ people have a voice that the church needs.”

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Can Mark Zuckerberg fix Facebook before it breaks democracy? • New Yorker
Evan Osnos in a long profile of Zuckerberg's Facebook:
<p>Facebook was loath to ban [Infowars's Alex] Jones. When people complained that his rants violated rules against harassment and fake news, Facebook experimented with punishments. At first, it “reduced” him, tweaking the algorithm so that his messages would be shown to fewer people, while feeding his fans articles that fact-checked his assertions.

Then, in late July, Leonard Pozner and Veronique De La Rosa, the parents of Noah Pozner, a child killed at Sandy Hook, published an open letter addressed “Dear Mr Zuckerberg,” in which they described “living in hiding” because of death threats from conspiracy theorists, after “an almost inconceivable battle with Facebook to provide us with the most basic of protections.” In their view, Zuckerberg had “deemed that the attacks on us are immaterial, that providing assistance in removing threats is too cumbersome, and that our lives are less important than providing a safe haven for hate.”

Facebook relented, somewhat. On July 27th, it took down four of Jones’s videos and suspended him for a month. But public pressure did not let up. On August 5th, the dam broke after Apple, saying that the company “does not tolerate hate speech,” stopped distributing five podcasts associated with Jones. Facebook shut down four of Jones’s pages for “repeatedly” violating rules against hate speech and bullying. I asked Zuckerberg why Facebook had wavered in its handling of the situation. He was prickly about the suggestion: “I don’t believe that it is the right thing to ban a person for saying something that is factually incorrect.”

Jones seemed a lot more than factually incorrect, I said.

“O.K., but I think the facts here are pretty clear,” he said, homing in. “The initial questions were around misinformation.” He added, “We don’t take it down and ban people unless it’s directly inciting violence.” He told me that, after Jones was reduced, more complaints about him flooded in, alerting Facebook to older posts, and that the company was debating what to do when Apple announced its ban. Zuckerberg said, “When they moved, it was, like, O.K., we shouldn’t just be sitting on this content and these enforcement decisions. We should move on what we know violates the policy. We need to make a decision now.”

It will hardly be the last quandary of this sort.</p>

Long, but well worth your time; especially for Bill Gates's Greek chorus-style interjections, and observations such as "Facebook has more adherents than Christianity".
Facebook  zuckerberg  socialwarming 
10 days ago by charlesarthur
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