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Identity crisis: Clearer identity through correlation
by Joe Andrieu et al.
Web of trust II: ID2020 design workshop
August 2016
6 days ago
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This is the best video ever
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Why don't we just give out degrees when people are born? Everyone has a free college education. Problem solved.
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7 days ago
Reverse engineering of regulatory networks in human B cells - Nature Genetics
Reverse engineering of regulatory networks in human B cells
Nature Genetics 37, 382 - 390 (2005) doi:10.1038/ng1532
Katia Basso1, Adam A Margolin2, Gustavo Stolovitzky3, Ulf Klein1, Riccardo Dalla-Favera1, 4 & Andrea Califano2
biology 
10 days ago
Focusing on What Matters at Fluent, 2017
If you have 12 mins to spare, my full keynote from , "Focusing on what matters" is up.
web/ui stuff
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15 days ago
A conceptual framework for quality assessment and management of biodiversity data
Allan Koch Veiga,
Antonio Mauro Saraiva ,
Arthur David Chapman,
Paul John Morris,
Christian Gendreau,
Dmitry Schigel,
Tim James Robertson
PLoS ONE
Published: June 28, 2017
to-read  biodiversity 
15 days ago
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Holy smokes. Australian journalist provides one of the most brutal takedowns of Trump I've heard in a while. 👏🏽
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18 days ago
An Introduction to Description Logic
Baader, Lutz, Horrocks, Sattler
June 2017
logic 
21 days ago
Taxonomy: retain scientific autonomy : Nature : Nature Research
A succinct & excellent response to the call for taxonomic oversight by committee
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22 days ago
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my chauffeurs picking me up at SFO
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24 days ago
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life-size reproduction of a Neanderthal man, Homo neanderthalensis, dressed in modern suit in the Neanderthal Museu…
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25 days ago
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GUYS!
GUYS!
GUYS!
IT HAS A NAME!
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28 days ago
LambdaNative
built on Gambit-C (Marc Feeley).
programming  via:alanr 
29 days ago
Classes and types in the Python typing module LWN.net
Mark Shannon is concerned that the Python core developers may be replaying a mistake: treating two distinct things as being the same.
... A namedtuple-based implementation of List int is around 1/60 the size of the class-based one.
programming 
4 weeks ago
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"Whether we're in a moment of democratic backsliding really depends on the character of our political leaders."
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June 5 years ago was my first major cancer surgery. Mastectomy. Chemo, radiation, more surgery… and I am alive. Tha…
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Google Search Is Doing Irreparable Harm To Muslims | HuffPost
Omar Suleiman, a Muslim American imam from Dallas and founder of the Yaqeen Institute for Islamic Research, has a plan to take on Google.
politics 
4 weeks ago
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The Racism False Equivalence Strikes Again
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Have I ever told you how glad I am that these pictures exist?
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5 weeks ago
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How to make your tables less terrible - in a gif. I have no idea who made this (thank you), but it's brilliantly h…
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6 weeks ago
Untitled (http://brokeassstuart.com/blog/2017/06/08/prankster-tricks-y-combinator-into-supporting-the-homeless/)
“They looked up Y Combinator, and despite not understanding what it is or what they do, sent them a thank-you note”
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7 weeks ago
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Prof Timothy Snyder on how dictators want you to be in a constant state of fear, never calm.
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7 weeks ago
Cookies are Not Accepted - New York Times
In the past month, nearly 600 people died of cholera in Yemen due to US-funded bombing. Doesn’t hit the front page
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7 weeks ago
Untitled (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=azAAXgondu4)
This is awesome -- Polymer Clay Insect Sculpture // Eupholus Magnificus Beetle
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7 weeks ago
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First instance I can trace where biodiversity informatics took a deliberate turn away from the systematic agenda.…
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Hi Katie, I'm Andrew, I'm from Northern Ireland. Happy to answer any questions you may have about the IRA, INLA, UV…
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7 weeks ago
Why science denial isn’t necessarily ideological - The Washington Post
Surprisingly, for once, that obtuseness is not produced by our politics but by the evolutionary history of our brains.
politics  science 
8 weeks ago
Why is English so weirdly different from other languages? | Aeon Essays
‘eeny, meeny, miny, moe’, have you ever felt like you were kind of counting? Well, you are – in Celtic numbers, chewed up over time but recognisably descended from the ones rural Britishers used when counting animals and playing games. ‘Hickory, dickory, dock’
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