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Who made this? 👏🏻...👏🏻...👏🏻
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You're going to love running those numbers for tuition, health care and rent.
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Lol the easiest slam dunk platform on the planet for Dems is “Abolish ICE, Medicare for all, legalize cannabis nati…
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By 1959, Claude Shannon was so damn frustrated by how everyone used Information Theory as a metaphor for *everythin…
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Koko the gorilla once ripped a sink out of the wall and, when her keepers confronted her about it, she blamed her k…
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Love this piece on Norbert Weiner and the human use of human beings. A foundational text at Science Commons thanks…
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We are now representing whistleblowers within ICE, outside contractors, etc. They have reached out to us to provide…
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call it "notchain" and I'm all for it, but there are no sensible applications of "blockchain" in t…
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The implementation of procedurally reflective languages
Jim des Rivières and Brian Cantwell Smith. 1984.
10.1145/800055.802050
scheme  programming 
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The only alternative to this cruelty and chaos was to elect a person who used a personal email account for work, so…
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in case you missed it.. "in October 2018, Chrome (M70) will start showing the red 'not secure' warning when users e…
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9/ Detention as Deterrence of future migration works only if it’s unpleasant, and only if you can ensure that peopl…
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Please stop saying things like,

"This is not the America I know!" when you see Trump locking refugees in cages.…
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Reference Guide to the [DwCA] XML Descriptor
darwin core archives, detailed explanation
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The edge of Earth’s atmosphere and low Earth orbit to scale with the map. Stack of pennies on right represents the…
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Welcome cloudy Saturday in Chandler, AZ, with some rain.
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The struggles of finding a job after graduation. (v/)
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Stuck in the middle of debugging an ancient code base:
(1) My biggest regret: saying *what* I did in my commit…
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Change in Human Social Behavior in Response to a Common Vaccine - ScienceDirect
Human social behavior does, indeed, change with exposure. Compared to the 48 hours pre-exposure, participants interacted with significantly more people, and in significantly larger groups, during the 48 hours immediately post-exposure.
health 
8 days ago
Matching nodes to phyloreferences in OWL using specifiers • Phyloreferencing
For example, consider the 65 different permutations of names and authorships used by diatom taxonomists for Stephanodiscus minutulus.
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maintaining your integrity when it hurts you seems relatively easy compared to maintaining your integrity when it h…
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Can you tell me who is the dean there?
In which an airport security interview takes an entertainingly unexpected turn.
An economy ticket & a cosy travel c…
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Incidentally, I loathe the way that the self-congratulatory, individualistic wank of the "software craftsmanship" m…
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But the fact that domain-oriented OO builds you more operable systems *when it's done well* does not protect one fr…
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11 days ago
DO NOT add this as the URL for a bookmark:
DO NOT add this as the URL for a bookmark:

javascript:location.hostname += '.sci-hub.tw'

Which when you click on…
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We say we want people to get help, but the incentives are to stay sick and pretend that everything is fine.

Maybe…
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(500) https://pqdtopen.proquest.com/doc/758904191.html?FMT=ABS
Nice. In my world, however, Dave Thau should be most famous for this:
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RUTHIE EARTHLING
Anna R. Christine comics
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145 degrees is done for pork. Rest of course. Best to sauce while resting inside a foil tent, which is a tent made…
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Meanwhile in Milwaukee. 😂
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I was Jordan Peterson’s strongest supporter. Now I think he’s dangerous | The Star
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“When someone claims to be acting from the highest principles for the good of others, there is no reason to assume that the person’s motives are genuine. People motivated to make things better usually aren’t concerned with changing other people — or if they are they take responsibility for making the same changes to themselves (and first).”
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Because of , USA Today decided to run a separate version of their website for EU users, which has all the trac…
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“We have a silent green majority...we have this army that could change everything by doing one thing: voting.”…
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Obsolescence Guaranteed | PiDP-11
if you ever consider injection molding for a hobby, don't
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29 days ago
Rule Set Analyser module
In the figure on the right side, rule classes are ordered by inclusion: an upwards edge from class C1 to class C2 means that C1 is included in C2. If there is no edge between two classes, it means they are incomparable. Note that a class was omitted in this picture for the sake of readability: disconnected rules, which are fes, fus and gbts, and are a specialization of domain-restricted, weakly-acyclic and frontier-guarded rules.
logic  ontology  via:alanr  bookmarklet-failed 
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I heard a half-dozen calls to others in the group, this last week, saying "You should help me do X," or (worse), "W…
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This just in:

“Millennials aren’t making enough money to buy the houses they can’t afford for the families they ca…
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Probabilistic inference using Markov chain Monte Carlo methods
Radford M. Neal
U of Toronto, 1993
The 'index to examples' shows a nice table with type-of-model for row and inference type as column.
Via probcomp reading list.
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Machine learning job interview
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Radar solves mystery of bees and the waggle dance
2005
They captured recruits as they left the hive, attached a thin wire radar transponder, then recorded their flight paths using radar. After looping flights, while bees find their bearings, "they fly pretty much as the waggle dance predicts," said Mr Smith.

Most recruited bees undertook a flight path that took them straight to the vicinity of the feeding site - on average within five yards over a distance of 200 yards - where they then located its exact position by sight and smell.
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I'm not really mad about this btw, I understand that this is the Internet and the author is dead

also I'm afraid o…
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Silence Annoying Gas Pump TV Ads With This Button
One of the buttons on the right-hand side will do the trick. For Bi00hazard, it was the button second from the top. When I tried it out myself, however, it was the top right button worked, not the second one down (pictured above). So just start hitting buttons on the right-hand side and you should be good. Eventually the sound will stop and you’ll only be stuck with the classic soft rock and pop the station probably plays.
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7 weeks ago
18. Tristan And Iseult by plainy | Free Listening on SoundCloud
I’m back! New episode up, all about Tristan and Iseult (and Theon Greyjoy)
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Redirecting redirection - Crossref
Geoff Bilder, Henry S. Thompson, JAR
undoing httpRange-14
jar  web  naming 
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The Left Hand of Equals
Mark Miller et al.
equality in O-O
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8 weeks ago
Lectures in Algebraic Statistics
Markov bases, likelihood inference, conditional independence, hidden variables, bayesian integrals
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Yay! My job title changed today. Formerly I was "Open Access Grants Manager", now I'm "Director of Open Access Prog…
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teju cole summed up the passing thoughts i’ve had about the “flaneur” in his last paragraph (and this is worth read…
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Is this the first time you've been quoted by the House of Lords?
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