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Siddha Secret: The Secret To Change

What keeps a human from drastically changing

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This, but never walk past a hopscotch board. You must hop.
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10 days ago by issackelly
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Matt Hurst reblogs — How YouTube creators manufacture authenticity with...
📹 How YouTube creators manufacture authenticity with their audiences
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Stop Checking Your Email All The Time (How to Break Your Inbox Dependence And Get Real Work Done)
Everything in this is so true.

> The average person checks email 77 times a day, sends and receives more than 122 email messages a day, and spends 28 percent or more of their workweek managing a constant influx of email.

That is a ton of time, and even more when you consider the mental distraction of it all. I find this problem to be very difficult to solve though. Particularly in the workplace people have gotten used to sending emails and expecting immediate awareness. Any time you send an email "Are you coming to this meeting?" you reinforce that in your culture. To some extent, the adoption of messaging in business has been a welcome reprieve from this but not enough.

Personally I use Sanebox to keep emails in different bins, so I can check them on a more appropriate schedule based on the sender and content of the email. It’s a game changer! But I still would like to get to less time in email and more time focused on things that deliver more value.
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He muttered and mumbled his way 'cross the room,
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I don't know how it's possible, but I'm already sick of gingerbread and peppermint this year. I need new holiday fl…
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People who don’t believe they’re capable of success always live to see and contribute to someone else’s downfall
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RT : Reasons for always having a jar of vegemite in your survival kit:

- Lasts forever
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- Good s…
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10 days ago by aebraddy
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And another awww ❤️ moment
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protests: on lockdown. Take a look back at how authorities and shop owners in the prepar…
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10 days ago by dalcrose
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Supermarket Shriek, coming 2019
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10 days ago by NeoNacho
How does HTTPS actually work? | Robert Heaton
HTTPS is simply your standard HTTP protocol slathered with a generous layer of delicious SSL/TLS encryption goodness. Unless something goes horribly wrong (and it can), it prevents people like the infamous Eve from viewing or modifying the requests that make up your browsing experience; it’s what keeps your passwords, communications and credit card details safe on the wire between your computer and the servers you want to send this data to. Whilst the little green padlock and the let...
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Update on these glasses: they look like this when I have makeup on and when I don’t, they look like I’ve been in ja…
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At some point, we’re going to stop blaming millennials for being hypersensitive and recognize that this politicized…
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At some point, we’re going to stop blaming millennials for being hypersensitive and recognize that this politicized…
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HTTPS in the real world | Robert Heaton
In cryptography, trust is mathematically provable. Everything else is just faith.
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“A Tiebreak Win and the Problem of Draws” <- Insightful analysis of the latest World Chess Championship results tog…
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10 days ago by romac
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In regular delivery, you do hotfix for emergency.

In Continuous Delivery, is emergency if you not hotfixing!
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10 days ago by noahsussman
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RT : Shout out to everybody playing Smash Bros right now at their friend's house and discovering the state of their rela…
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10 days ago by enne
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Hardcore (working title), coming 2019 (PS4/Vita)
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10 days ago by NeoNacho
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@pentagram : RT @michaelbierut: Surreal: @hamishsmyth sent me a picture I'd never seen before by Jamie Kalikow of the superhot lower Fifth Ave nightclub MK from the late 80s. The next tenant was @pentagram. For the fifteen years, my team sat right where those stuffed dogs are https://t.co/1VKpDBjgkb : http://twitter.com/pentagram/status/1071477427292041216
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10 days ago by bobpoekert
Apple buys Tesla and a solar flare wipes trillions from the economy: 10 outrageous predictions for 2019
Saxo Bank's annual series of outrageous predictions is here with this year's theme covering a world that is increasingly saying "enough is enough."

The Danish firm has compiled 10 possibilities with a low chance of happening, but that challenge investors to think outside the box on risk within financial markets and the world more generally. While these predictions are not Saxo's official expectations for the year ahead, they point out some of the risks that have been unallocated by the market so far.
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Pourquoi Emmanuel Macron ne veut rien céder sur l’ISF - Page 1 | Mediapart
LE graphique du budget 2019 avec les +2% pour les 1% les plus riches
10 days ago by gui11aume
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We’ve got a few white papers left at #WCUS! Find @jennybeaumont, @nathanielks, or @bradparbs today, or see @petyeah at Contrib’ Day tomorrow. Also, thanks for your questions: YES, we are going to make an update of these available for download in the foreseeable future! 🤞 https://t.co/G2UiGMUtuy http://twitter.com/humanmadeltd/status/1071456186829025280
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AlphaZero: Shedding new light on the grand games of chess, shogi and Go | DeepMind
The results of AlphaZero are amazing. It’s shocking how quickly it developed winning strategies only using basic rules and playing games against itself and other algorithms.

> However, it was the style in which AlphaZero plays these games that players may find most fascinating. In Chess, for example, AlphaZero independently discovered and played common human motifs during its self-play training such as openings, king safety and pawn structure. But, being self-taught and therefore unconstrained by conventional wisdom about the game, it also developed its own intuitions and strategies adding a new and expansive set of exciting and novel ideas that augment centuries of thinking about chess strategy.

I like how this article positions that human players will be able to develop new tactics and strategies by working with AlphaZero. That hybrid human plus algorithm approach will be common in a number of areas in the future, and already is in many. Before readers assume this means AlphaZero can do anything, remember that games are closed-systems with extremely specific rulesets. The world we all occupy is nothing like that.
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10 days ago by thingles
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Hey and , this is how you write a headline without carrying water for a criminal.
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Hey and , this is how you write a headline without carrying water for a criminal.
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Hey and , this is how you write a headline without carrying water for a criminal.
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