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If you want to know what a Facebook or Twitter algorithm to police hate speech or harassment would look like, take…
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(The actual implementation isn’t quite so bad, but JavaScript being JavaScript, the interface gives you zero clue h…
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10 days ago by briantrice
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RT : P.S. If you're still reading this thread you should check out 's recent piece about the free speech…
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10 Reasons why SharePoint is not a File Server - MyWorkDrive
While SharePoint is great for collaborating on documents with teams inside or outside of the company, can it completely replace an on-premise file server?
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On this day in 1993 Frank Zappa died from prostrate cancer. Zappa was a genuine and unique creative. This ad was pu…
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We all know the Declaration of Independence is a beautifully printed document, but do you know HOW beautiful? Its l…
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10 days ago by ebv
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Also I hope that civil rights will be “the civil rights movement” of the next generation as well.
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10 days ago by ethanz
Alum Mark Nagales Elected to South San Francisco City Council
PHILIPPINE DAILY INQUIRER (MANILA) -- After Mullin retired, Nagales joined the 14th congressional district under Speier, ending his service this year as director of constituent services to run for city office. A past president of the Filipino American Democratic Club of San Mateo County, he graduated with a double major in History and Political Science from San Francisco State University.

Nagales confided that his was a “12-year process of gaining invaluable experience working on issues” to follow in his role models’ footsteps.

Calling himself “big on family,” Nagales in 2013 rethought his plan to chase a city council seat “because I had a very young family, and I wanted to make sure that I spent time with them; if I had run, I knew that it would take valuable time away from my family,” he told INQUIRER.net.
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10 days ago by sfstatelca
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“What kind of art do you like?”
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This is something the NC GOP came up with in the 2016 lame-duck session they held after Cooper's win. Dems chair in…
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10 days ago by andriak
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Heute spontan mit Sohn 2 um die Alster gelaufen. Ich das 100. Mal, er das 1. Mal. Ich japsend, er hüpfend. Und währ…
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10 days ago by la23ng
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Ron Wyden (@RonWyden)
One year ago the @FCC reversed critical #NetNeutrality rules & I went to the Senate floor to talk about why equal internet access is so vital for every American. The House has until Dec. 10 to take real action & vote on the CRA to restore REAL #NetNeutrality https://t.co/5vXv2eOiKM
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10 days ago by AlexanderERyzhov
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RT @CsaundersVT: Local access television is a vital medium for building stronger communities. This move by the FCC is not going unnoticed…
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10 days ago by AlexanderERyzhov
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Fear mongering about foreigners bringing in disease is literally what Nazis did.
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10 days ago by alan.calvert
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Fear mongering about foreigners bringing in disease is literally what Nazis did.
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10 days ago by mattgriffin
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Araki was of course horny while making JoJo, but he was also hungry, especially in Part 5 where every character is…
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RT hurricanelabs "RT billford: — it made me excessively sad that TomKopchak didn’t include…
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OMG PRINTER HACKING | Hurricane Labs
RT hurricanelabs "RT billford: — it made me excessively sad that TomKopchak didn’t include…
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Other horrified CEOs: "That's ... that's not how a golden parachute works!"
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(429) https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1069995279867363328
Flashback to 2014, when then-Gov. McCrory decided the people of the 12th congressional district, including me, didn…
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82-9 record
7-0 against Michigan
A National Championship

Thank you for everything, coach
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et cætera et cætera bref, tu vois l'idée
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10 days ago by hellpe
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Packing up my books for the new house and I found this inside DIFFERENT SEASONS. Good times!
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10 days ago by squidaveo
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Oh, no. ’Tis that season.

(not that Penny would ever demean herself by using the scratching post when the couches…
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Newsrooms aren't competing with each other, they are competing with this. This is why collaboration is more importa…
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RT : ***MANIFIESTO POR ALGORITMIAS HACKFEMINISTAS***

[Una complicidad algorítmica entre y yo, escrito e…
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10 days ago by codingrights
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Also why do people keep harping on this when GHW Bush destroyed a kid’s life so he could pretend on TV that crack w…
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10 days ago by lurrel
This Is Your Brain on Silence - Issue 16: Nothingness - Nautilus
As it turned out, even though all the sounds had short-term neurological effects, not one of them had a lasting impact. Yet to her great surprise, Kirste found that two hours of silence per day prompted cell development in the hippocampus, the brain region related to the formation of memory, involving the senses. This was deeply puzzling: The total absence of input was having a more pronounced effect than any sort of input tested.
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China vows serious punishment for IPR breaches - Global Times
he National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), the country's top economic planner, along with 37 other government agencies, on Tuesday issued a joint memorandum on penalties for serious breaches of intellectual property rights (IPR).

The release of the memorandum, one of the most detailed documents on IPR protection issued by China, signals a further step by China to strengthen IPR protection and shows China's sincerity in addressing US' concern over the issue.

The penalties include restricting capital support from the government, tightening examination of government fund applications or reducing the scale of support, as well as limiting subsidies and social security funds to companies that have breached IPR, according to a statement on the NDRC website.

Serious breaches include repeated infringement of patents or applying for patents in an "improper" way. Other outlawed practices include providing false documents and patent attorneys registering certificates in patent agencies in exchange for dividends without actually doing the work.

The memorandum also assigned specific tasks to different government agencies. For example, the People's Bank of China, the central bank, has been told to include bad IPR-related records of entities to its financial database and online credit system. The memorandum also set a short deadline for the implementation of the joint crackdown efforts.

38部委联合发布备忘录 对知识产权严重失信主体开展联合惩戒 http://www.nbd.com.cn/articles/2018-12-04/1278705.html

Comment: Sounds like for the responsible legal persons and managers of corporate entities, not individuals, could be big if fully implemented. Will the penalties also apply to platforms like those run by Alibaba and JD that have continuing issues with sales of counterfeit goods? Could be useful as part of the US-China trade discussions but this is not a direct reaction to pressure from the US.

38部委联合发布备忘录 对知识产权严重失信主体开展联合惩戒 http://www.nbd.com.cn/articles/2018-12-04/1278705.html


发改委等38个部委印发《关于对知识产权(专利)领域严重失信主体开展联合惩戒的合作备忘录》的通知,在股票、可转换债券发行及非上市公众公司重大资产重组审核中,将失信信息作为参考。

《备忘录》提到,联合惩戒对象为知识产权(专利)领域严重失信行为的主体实施者。该主体实施者为法人的,联合惩戒对象为该法人及其法定代表人、主要负责人、直接责任人员和实际控制人;该主体实施者为非法人组织的,联合惩戒对象为非法人组织及其负责人;该主体实施者为自然人的,联合惩戒对象为本人。
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10 days ago by bbishop
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The interesting thing to do would be to open source the engine and see if it konquers the konqueror (chrome is chro…
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In case you missed the Flickr developments users can download and save their photos from th…
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How to Design an Icon Set: Simple Checklist for Graphic Designers
We have been designing icons every day for more than 15 years. Meanwhile, you have probably read a lot about icon design. via Pocket
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10 days ago by jburkunk
In Defense of Beautiful Design | | Eye on Design
Ask the nearest designer for an example of good design, and they’ll mostly likely name drop some big brand logos, a couple of clean-cut typefaces, and maybe a buzzy ad campaign or two. via Pocket
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10 days ago by jburkunk
Interrupting Capitalism: Catholic Social Thought and the Economy - Oxford Scholarship
Interrupting Capitalism: Catholic Social Thought and the Economy
Matthew A. Shadle
ABSTRACT
Interrupting Capitalism: Catholic Social Thought and the Economy traces the history of Catholic thinking about economic life from the Second World War to the present, from the perspective of a “theology of interruption.” God interrupts history through the Incarnation and the continued mission of the church, but in an increasingly pluralist society, Christians must learn to see God’s presence in the religious other and in the poor and vulnerable, as well. Faithful to God’s call, the church’s social teaching provides a way for Christians to interrupt capitalism, to live out economic life faithfully in the midst of the global economy. The book traces official Catholic social teaching on the economy from the Second Vatican Council to Pope Francis, but also looks at four important voices in recent Catholic theological reflection on economic life: liberation theology, progressive Catholicism, neoconservative Catholicism, and communitarianism. Of the four, the communitarian perspective appeals to those aspects of the church’s social tradition that are most vital to living out the Christian vocation in contemporary American economic life. The book also turns to critical realism and institutional economics—two perspectives from the social sciences that can help the Catholic social tradition understand the global economy, including the relationship between local practices and broader social structures and institutions.
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10 days ago by benjekman
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Whenever we get a proposal into our 10x program — — that says “blockchain” we just rewrite…
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RT : BREAKING: In what appears to be retaliation on GM's closing of plants, the WH says that they will end subsidies for…
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Apple kuratoi munkin mielestäni liian raskaalla kädellä sisältöjä, mutta sun tviittisi vet…
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