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David George Haskell on Twitter: "Time is context dependent. For the Rocky Mountain bristlecone pine, a needle is fifteen summers, a sapling a century. For every species, a tempo, a velocity. Wood from over 50 human generations ago, on a Precambrian mount
"Time is context dependent. For the Rocky Mountain bristlecone pine, a needle is fifteen summers, a sapling a century. For every species, a tempo, a velocity.
Wood from over 50 human generations ago, on a Precambrian mountain."


""“time is a tree (this life one leaf)
but love is the sky and i am for you
just so long and long enough”
- e.e. cummings "
time  context  nature  life  velocity  trees  eecummings  poems  poetry  multispecies  morethanhuman 
3 days ago by robertogreco
Context in React
A context is a way to store and pass down data a React element tree without writing it into a prop every layer of the hierarchy. It consists of two components, a Provider and a Consumer.
react  context  api 
3 days ago by vegarev
Digging Into React Context | CSS-Tricks
You may have wondered lately what all the buzz is about Context and what it might mean for you and your React sites. Before Context, when the management of state gets complicated beyond the functionality of setState, you likely had to make use of a third party library.
context  react.js 
6 days ago by kogakure
Context - React
Context provides a way to pass data through the component tree without having to pass props down manually at every level. In a typical React application, data is passed top-down (parent to child) via props, but this can be cumbersome for certain types of props (e.g.
context  react.js 
6 days ago by kogakure
Why goroutines are not lightweight threads? – codeburst
GoLang is gaining incredible popularity these days.
One of the main reasons for that is the simple and lightweight concurrency in the form of goroutines and channels that it offers to the developers…
go  golang  goroutine  thread  lightweight  article  important  blocking  context  switching  register 
13 days ago by vonc
Laziness Does Not Exist – E Price – Medium
I’m a social psychologist, so I’m interested primarily in the situational and contextual factors that drive human behavior. When you’re seeking to predict or explain a person’s actions, looking at the social norms, and the person’s context, is usually a pretty safe bet. Situational constraints typically predict behavior far better than personality, intelligence, or other individual-level traits.
context  attractors  socialpsych 
16 days ago by zryb
Laziness doesn’t exist
“If a person’s behavior doesn’t make sense to you, it is because you are missing a part of their context.”
lovefirst  procrastination  context  research  laziness  psychology  important 
17 days ago by KuraFire

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