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Journey to Deep Learning: Nvidia GPU passthrough to LXC Container
Journey to Deep Learning: Nvidia GPU passthrough to LXC Container
Journey  to  Deep  Learning:  Nvidia  GPU  passthrough  LXC  Container 
yesterday by kilroy2
Journey Mapping 101
A journey map is a visualization of the process that a person goes through in order to accomplish a goal.
UX  customer  journey  mapping 
yesterday by traggett
メコン川に沈む象使いの夢(ニット) - カクヨム
今月の前半に行ってきたラオス旅行の思い出を綴ったものを公開しました。前回のナージャ旅行のものよりはライトな構成なので、軽い気持ちで読んでもらえたら幸いです。
journey  report  laos  lao-p.d.r.  from twitter_favs
16 days ago by pillow
Yellowstep: 3 Techniques to Better Understand Your Customer Needs - Brian Solis
The blog of marketing agency Yellowstep recently did an article on tips for better understanding customer needs, quoting from Brian Solis’ thoughts on the subject.
advice  customer  experience  cx  needs  press  publicity  tips  user  journey  brian  solis 
27 days ago by briansolis
Steve Perry Walked Away From Journey. A Promise Finally Ended His Silence. - The New York Times
“I was loved by a lot of people, but I didn’t really feel it as much as I did when Kellie said it,” he said. “Because she’s got better things to do than waste her time with those words.”

They were together for a year and a half. They made each other laugh and talked each other to sleep at night.

In the fall of 2012, Ms. Nash began experiencing headaches. An MRI revealed that the cancer had spread to her brain. One night not long afterward, Ms. Nash asked Mr. Perry to make her a promise.

“She said, ‘If something were to happen to me, promise me you won’t go back into isolation,’ ” Mr. Perry said, “because that would make this all for naught.”

At this point in the story, Mr. Perry asked for a moment and began to cry.

Ms. Nash died on Dec. 14, 2012, at 40. Two years later, Mr. Perry showed up to Eels rehearsal with his own microphone, ready to make good on a promise.
journey  whatgoodlovecoulddo 
11 weeks ago by kme
Journey’s Song Gets a Bump From TV Once Again - The New York Times
Mr. Wasik, now a senior editor at Harper’s, wrote the piece as satire but describes himself as a “passionate fan” of Journey and takes umbrage at those who smirk at the band. “The band is cheesy in the same way that love is cheesy,” Mr. Wasik said.
journey  popculture 
11 weeks ago by kme

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