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Why Marxism Explains the World
After nearly every economic downturn, voices appear suggesting that Marx was right to predict that the system would eventually destroy itself. via Pocket
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6 hours ago
www.project-syndicate.org
Despite Western sanctions and oil-price volatility, Russia is currently on sturdier economic footing than most of its critics ever could have imagined just a few years ago. via Pocket
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7 hours ago
An Autopsy: Why Liberalism Failed | The National Interest
Patrick J. Deneen, Why Liberalism Failed (New Haven and London: Yale University, 2018), 248 pp., $30.00. William A. Galston, Anti-Pluralism: The Populist Threat to Liberal Democracy (New Haven and London: Yale University, 2018), 176 pp., $30.00. via Pocket
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7 hours ago
Using Unclutter as macOS Screen Shot Manager » The Appademic
Unclutter is a unique take on a drag and drop shelf app that includes a scratch pad, and simple clipboard manager. I have used Unclutter for some time as a shelf for holding transit items. It helps me avoid dumping loads of junk on my desktop. via Pocket
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7 hours ago
21 Simple Things to Try When You are Bored instead of surfing the internet
Do you surf the internet when you are bored? Do we still say surfing the internet? No matter what we call it, we still surf the internet. Usually when we are bored or tired. via Pocket
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9 hours ago
The Sound: Detroit Techno & House of the 00s - Blog | Splice
Now, following Detroit’s annual Movement Festival, we’re featuring producer-curated sample packs, contests, and interviews with the leading voices in Detroit techno and house. via Pocket
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9 hours ago
Keeping Chord Changes Fast: Tips for Cleaning Up Chord Progressions
I've found that on the guitar, even the simplest movements can be improved over long periods of time. By this I mean that certain things, which may feel second nature after a while, can still be improved. via Pocket
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9 hours ago
Can the Euro Be Saved? by Joseph E. Stiglitz - Project Syndicate
Across the eurozone, political leaders are entering a state of paralysis: citizens want to remain in the EU, but they also want an end to austerity and the return of prosperity. via Pocket
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9 hours ago
Little Panic: A Literary Laboratory Exploring What It Is Like to Live in the Stranglehold of Anxiety and What It Takes to Break Free – Brain Pickings
Alan Watts wrote in the early 1950s, nearly a quarter century before Thomas Nagel’s landmark essay “What Is It Like to Be a Bat?” unlatched the study of other consciousnesses and seeded the disorienting awareness that other beings — “beings who walk other spheres,” to borrow Whitman via Pocket
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9 hours ago
10 best cheap eats in Helsinki, Finland - Lonely Planet
Helsinki is not cheap, but since the advent of Restaurant Day – a festival organised four times a year when ordinary citizens can open their own food joint – the culinary scene in this cool capital has upped its game to make munchies a lot more affordable. via Pocket
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12 hours ago
The Sound: Detroit Techno of the 90s - Blog | Splice
Now, following Detroit’s annual Movement Festival, we’re featuring producer-curated sample packs, contests, and interviews with the leading voices in Detroit techno and house. via Pocket
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yesterday
Paris Review - Kazuo Ishiguro, The Art of Fiction No. 196
The man who wrote The Remains of the Day in the pitch-perfect voice of an English butler is himself very polite. via Pocket
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yesterday
When It’s Too Late to Stop Fascism, According to Stefan Zweig | The New Yorker
The Austrian émigré writer Stefan Zweig composed the first draft of his memoir, “The World of Yesterday,” in a feverish rapture during the summer of 1941, as headlines gave every indication that civilization was being swallowed in darkness. via Pocket
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yesterday
Import AI #99: Using AI to generate phishing URLs, evidence for how AI is influencing the economy, and using curiosity for self-imitation learning. | Import AI
Auto-generating phishing URLs via AI components: Researchers with the Cyber Threat Analytics division of Cyxtera Technologies have written an analysis of how people might “use AI algorithms to bypass AI phishing detection systems” by creating their own system called DeepPhish. via Pocket
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2 days ago
Toshimaru Nakamura – Re-Verbed (No-Input Mixing Board 9) | Fluid Radio
A unique instrument pioneered by Tokyo’s Toshimaru Nakamura, The No-Input Mixing Board is a mixing console (and, in the capable hands of Nakamura, an electronic instrument) within which no external audio input exists. via Pocket
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2 days ago
What Happens When a Bad-Tempered, Distractible Doofus Runs an Empire? | The New Yorker
One of the few things that Kaiser Wilhelm II, who ruled Germany from 1888 to 1918, had a talent for was causing outrage. A particular specialty was insulting other monarchs. He called the diminutive King Victor Emmanuel III of Italy “the dwarf” in front of the king’s own entourage. via Pocket
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2 days ago
Fort Process 2018 | Fluid Radio
Fort Process is an expansive bi-annual music and arts festival that takes place in the evocative spaces of Newhaven Fort in East Sussex. The 2018 edition is set to continue the critical success of the first two. via Pocket
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3 days ago
Heresy and sacrilege: MT and SOOC experiments – Ming Thein | Photographer
Due to an idle browser, more idle hands and pre-Raya* specials, the un-camera is no more. via Pocket
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3 days ago
Näin Johan Bäckman aloitti infosodan jo 21 vuotta sitten – Pelko on yksinkertainen ja tehokas ase - Suomenkuvalehti.fi
Lue kirjautumisohjeet. Palaa kirjautumislomakkeelle. Unohditko salasanasi? Tilaa uusi. Kirjautuneena voit osallistua sivustolla käytäviin keskusteluihin. Mikäli sinulla on olemassa olevat tunnukset Otavamedian muilla sivustoilla voit käyttää samoja tunnuksia kaikissa palveluissa. via Pocket
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4 days ago
Machine learning predicts World Cup winner - MIT Technology Review
The 2018 soccer World Cup kicks off in Russia on Thursday and is likely to be one of the most widely viewed sporting events in history, more popular even than the Olympics. So the potential winners are of significant interest. One way to gauge likely outcomes is to look at bookmakers’ odds. via Pocket
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4 days ago
Machine learning researcher vs engineers - what's the difference?
Do we need both? Today’s machine learning teams consist of people with different skill sets. There are a bunch of different roles that are needed, but today I am going to talk about the two key roles that I get asked about the most: machine learning researcher / data scientist vs. via Pocket
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4 days ago
The mathematics of wheel reinvention | The Accidental Mathematician
The first talk I attended at this year’s JMM in Seattle was Tim Gowers’s lecture on how the internet and mass communication might change mathematics. Tim started out by listing some of the more dysfunctional features of how we do mathematics today, then suggesting how they might be improved. via Pocket
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4 days ago
Formatting Open Science: agilely creating multiple document formats for academic manuscripts with Pandoc Scholar
Agile development of science depends on the continuous exchange of information between researchers (Woelfle, Olliaro, and Todd 2011). In the past, physical copies of scientific works had to be produced and distributed. via Pocket
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4 days ago
bne IntelliNews - STOLYPIN: Putin builds a Presidential Administration fit for stagnation
What better time that the eve of the World Cup for Vladimir Putin to reshuffle his team? However, if his tweaks of the Presidential Administration are anything to go by, he considers everything is fine, and no change in direction is needed. via Pocket
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5 days ago
Rapping, Deconstructed: How Some of the Greatest Rappers Make Their Rhymes | Open Culture
If high school English teachers can challenge skeptical students to cultivate an appreciation for Shakespeare and poetry with rap-based assignments, might the reverse also hold true? via Pocket
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5 days ago
It Can Happen Here | by Cass R. Sunstein | The New York Review of Books
Liberal democracy has enjoyed much better days. Vladimir Putin has entrenched authoritarian rule and is firmly in charge of a resurgent Russia. In global influence, China may have surpassed the United States, and Chinese president Xi Jinping is now empowered to remain in office indefinitely. via Pocket
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5 days ago
Using the Performance Review to improve your workflows - Personal Updates - Productivity Guild
The more experienced you are at working on a project, the faster you can complete it. If I’m unsure of how long a task will take, I give it a ballpark estimate and then double that time. Oftentimes I won’t have a clue about what I’m doing. via Pocket
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5 days ago
Photoessay: Indirectly Mondrian – Ming Thein | Photographer
Today’s set is a curation of images accumulated over the last couple of years – somewhere in my subconscious, I think there must be a cubist/surrealist influence that probably has something of the Mondrian about it. via Pocket
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5 days ago
Create ML | Apple Developer Documentation
Create machine learning models for use in your app. Use Create ML with familiar tools like Swift and macOS playgrounds to create and train custom machine learning models on your Mac. via Pocket
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6 days ago
Gravity Wave
There are several events coming up in Europe, from the last part of June until the end of July that I thought I would post here, in case friends in those places would like the information. June 22, Dundalk, Ireland. (http://www.louthcms. via Pocket
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6 days ago
“Is Originality Undetected Plagiarism?” | laura zattra
I am excited and honoured to be keynote speaker at the 2018 EMS (Electroacoustic Music Conference), next Wednesday, 20 June 2018, in Florence at Villa Finaly, www.ems-network.org/ems18. Is Originality Undetected Plagiarism? And, after all, what is originality? It is merely undetected plagiarism. via Pocket
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6 days ago
Neural scene representation and rendering | DeepMind
There is more than meets the eye when it comes to how we understand a visual scene: our brains draw on prior knowledge to reason and to make inferences that go far beyond the patterns of light that hit our retinas. via Pocket
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6 days ago
Life lessons from artificial intelligence: What Microsoft’s AI chief wants computer science grads to know about the future – GeekWire
Artificial intelligence has exploded, and perhaps no one knows it more than Harry Shum, the executive vice president in charge of Microsoft’s AI and Research Group, which has been at the center of a major technological shift inside the company. via Pocket
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7 days ago
How Miles Davis pioneered studio editing with On The Corner
Artist Stan Douglas takes Miles Davis’ studio craft to the next level. It’s at this moment, towards the end of my interview with Mr. via Pocket
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7 days ago
A Gentle Warrior's Guide to Healthy Travel (how I stay healthy on the road)
I’ve been in eight airports, even more hotel rooms, on two trains, in countless Lyft vehicles and visited lots of places in between over the last 30 days. via Pocket
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8 days ago
Secrets of the Y Chromosome - The New York Times
It’s not just what makes males into males. The sex chromosome also influences health in hidden ways, some experts believe, and may even explain why men have shorter life spans. via Pocket
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8 days ago
Workshops for New Computing Faculty in Summer 2018: Both Research and Teaching Tracks | Computing Education Research Blog
This is our fourth year, and our last NSF-funded year, for the New Computing Faculty Workshops which will be held August 5-10, 2018 in San Diego. The goal of the workshops is to help new computing faculty to be better and more efficient teachers. via Pocket
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8 days ago
How to Pack (my best minimalist packing tips and resources)
The one thing that stresses people out about traveling is packing. I eased my stress about packing by bringing everything with me. I was a chronic over-packer. via Pocket
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8 days ago
Brainwashed - Seabuckthorn, "A House With Too Much Fire"
For some reason, this long-running project from English guitarist Andy Cartwright has stayed largely under my radar until now, despite my occasional brushes with his work through various blogs and his splits with Dean McPhee and Loscil. via Pocket
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9 days ago
InfoGAN · Depth First Learning
(Thank you to Kumar Agrawal, Yasaman Bahri, Peter Chen, Nic Ford, Roy Frostig, Xinyang Geng, Rein Houthooft, Ben Poole, Colin Raffel and Supasorn Suwajanakorn for contributing to this guide.) via Pocket
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9 days ago
AI at Google: our principles
At its heart, AI is computer programming that learns and adapts. It can’t solve every problem, but its potential to improve our lives is profound. via Pocket
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9 days ago
Trump just blew up the G-7. Now what?
Before President Donald Trump embarked to meet his fellow Group of Seven leaders in Canada last Friday, he presaged that he was going to play the spoiler at the summit and, potentially, wreck the G-7 itself. via Pocket
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9 days ago
Philip Guo - Conversational Programmers: The Trilogy
Perceptions of Non-CS Majors in Intro Programming: The Rise of the Conversational Programmer. Parmit K. Chilana, Celena Alcock, Shruti Dembla, Anson Ho, Ada Hurst, Brett Armstrong, Philip J. Guo. IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing (VL/HCC), 2015. via Pocket
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10 days ago
Reflections of a CS Professor and an End-User Programmer | Computing Education Research Blog
In my last blog post, I talked about the Parsons problems generator that I used to put scrambled code problems on my quiz, study guide, and final exam. I’ve been reflecting on the experience and what it suggests to me about end-user programming. via Pocket
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10 days ago
Attacks against machine learning — an overview
This blog post survey the attacks techniques that target AI (artificial intelligence) systems and how to protect against them. This post explores each of these classes of attack in turn, providing concrete examples and discussing potential mitigation techniques. via Pocket
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10 days ago
On the dark history of intelligence as domination | Aeon Essays
As I was growing up in England in the latter half of the 20th century, the concept of intelligence loomed large. It was aspired to, debated and – most important of all – measured. via Pocket
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10 days ago
The North Face Base Camp Duffel Bag (Medium) Review — Peep+Mutter
A couple of months ago I had the opportunity to art direct a photo shoot in Asia. On the itinerary: Japan, Taiwan and South Korea, over the course of a three-week period. So I wanted to see if I could do the entire trip with one bag. For everything. Clothes. Shoes. Computer and cords. Toiletries. via Pocket
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10 days ago
Osprey Farpoint 55 Backpack Review — Travel Backpack
I’m always on a mission to find the best travel backpacks, and Osprey packs are consistently some of my favorites. That’s why I wanted to share my thoughts on the excellent Osprey Farpoint 55 travel backpack. via Pocket
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10 days ago
A Daily Dose of Architecture: Book Review: Cook's Camden
Back at the end of 1999 I took a trip with my family to London for the millennium festivities. Each day I would venture around the city looking at architecture and then join my family for dinner at a pub near the hotel. via Pocket
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11 days ago
My workflow for transforming academic Markdown into beautiful Word documents | Raphael Kabo
Over the last few months, as I've been working on my PhD, I've set up a workflow to convert my writing (in everyone's favourite simple markup language, Markdown), as if by magic, into Word documents which I can email to my supervisor, without having to explain to her that Markdown is great, reall via Pocket
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11 days ago
Söndagsanalys: Två former av liberal moralism
Jan-Erik Andelin uppmärksammar i sina krönikor, HBL 10.4 och 15.5, en moralismens återkomst bland en typ av liberala personer som man uttryckligen skulle vänta sig ett visst frisinne av. Han menar att samtal om känsliga frågor allt oftare domineras av ett antingen-eller. via Pocket
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11 days ago
Academics shouldn't focus only on prestigious journals (essay)
Every university has a list of A journals, those it considers to be the most prestigious in its field. Even the journals that rank institutions have such lists, and many universities use them to measure their impact. via Pocket
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11 days ago
The ethics of ceding more power to machines - RSA
AI is increasingly being used to help make important decisions in a range of domains, from the workplace to the criminal justice system. Yet, few people are aware of AI’s role in decision-making, and opposition to it is strong. via Pocket
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11 days ago
Freeform / Modular / DAW-less – Bram Bos – Medium
There’s no denying the world of mobile music is growing up. With hundreds of synths, sequencers and audio effects to choose from, Apple’s mobile iOS platform is offering a rich toolshed full of virtual instruments for the musician that wants to get away from his or her desktop-based studio. via Pocket
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12 days ago
Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk and the Feud Over Killer Robots - The New York Times
SAN FRANCISCO — Mark Zuckerberg thought his fellow Silicon Valley billionaire Elon Musk was behaving like an alarmist. Mr. via Pocket
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12 days ago
When is an exception not an exception? | Oliver Burkeman | Life and style | The Guardian
One of the more infuriating challenges of personal money management goes as follows. Suppose your dishwasher breaks down. via Pocket
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12 days ago
Laziness Does Not Exist – E Price – Medium
But unseen barriers do. I’ve been a psychology professor since 2012. In the past six years, I’ve witnessed students of all ages procrastinate on papers, skip presentation days, miss assignments, and let due dates fly by. I’ve seen promising… via Pocket
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13 days ago
Italy: The Bright Side of Populism? | by Jan-Werner Müller | NYR Daily | The New York Review of Books
Europe has gone through two major crises in the past decade: the refugee crisis and the euro crisis. Both remain essentially unresolved, but have already profoundly changed the political geography of the continent. via Pocket
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13 days ago
A Generator for Parsons problems on LaTeX exams and quizzes | Computing Education Research Blog
I just finished teaching my Introduction to Media Computation a few weeks ago to over 200 students. After Barb finished her dissertation on Parsons problems this semester, I decided that I should include Parsons problems on my last quiz, on the final exam study guide, and on the final exam. via Pocket
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13 days ago
This Is How You Can Improve Your Annual Planning | Productive Flourishing
Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Lisa Robbin Young. My oldest child spent more than two years living in an outdoor wilderness camp for boys with emotional problems. The one mantra drilled into us, parents and campers alike, was the one thing the boys did every day… via Pocket
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13 days ago
Machine learning on mobile: on the device or in the cloud?
So you’ve decided it’s time to add some of this hot new machine learning or deep learning stuff into your app… Great! But what are your options? Let’s say you want to make a “celebrity match” app that tells people which famous person they most look alike. via Pocket
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13 days ago
Google AI Blog: Custom On-Device ML Models with Learn2Compress
Successful deep learning models often require significant amounts of computational resources, memory and power to train and run, which presents an obstacle if you want them to perform well on mobile and IoT devices. via Pocket
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13 days ago
Google AI Blog: MobileNets: Open-Source Models for Efficient On-Device Vision
We are excited to share MobileNets with the open-source community. Information for getting started can be found at the TensorFlow-Slim Image Classification Library. To learn how to run models on-device please go to TensorFlow Mobile. via Pocket
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13 days ago
When the hype is over: where blockchain will add value
There’s been quite a bit of hype around blockchains in general and cryptocurrencies, ICOs and the likes in particular. Try searching for any IT domain of your choice and blockchain and, chances are, you will find someone promoting blockchain as the solution for that particular problem. via Pocket
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13 days ago
How to Use Seyes or French Ruling for Handwriting - Wonder Pens - Life Behind a Stationery Shop
Now, I’m not quite delving into the debate about whether or not cursive writing should be taught in public school, but if you are interested in spending some time on your handwriting, French ruled paper, or Seyes ruled paper, could be something to help you out. via Pocket
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13 days ago
Lecture notes on Computational Thinking – Mailund on the Internet
I am working on some lecture notes that should become a book at some point. It is for a class on “Computational Thinking”, which I guess is just a fancy term for algorithms and data structures. I am only teaching a third of the class, so I need four topics for the autumn term. Those will be via Pocket
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13 days ago
Theory Life-Hacks II | Windows On Theory
A couple of years ago I posted about Theory Life Hacks. “Life” might be a bit too grand, but what I really mean are technological tools that can help in the day to day work. via Pocket
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13 days ago
The Joys of Writing Slow | A Life of Productivity
Estimated Reading Time: 2 minutes, 39s. As someone who writes productivity books, I get the occasional message asking for advice on how to become a more productive writer. (Guilty admission: I’m writing this piece, in part, to have an article to point folks towards in the future. via Pocket
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13 days ago
Chosen Waves 008: Moritz – Elephants – horizontalpitch
You probably heard the name Moritz Scharf already. If not, you most certainly heard about Endorphin.es, the makers of the Futrhrrrr Generator, the Shuttle Control and the Terminal. Moritz is one of the two guys who run Endorphin.es, but he’s also a prolific and talented musician. via Pocket
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15 days ago
Meet the Economist Behind the One Percent’s Stealth Takeover of America
Ask people to name the key minds that have shaped America’s burst of radical right-wing attacks on working conditions, consumer rights and public services, and they will typically mention figures like free market-champion Milton Friedman, libertarian guru Ayn Rand, and laissez-faire economists Fr via Pocket
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15 days ago
Tagging Tips: How to Organize Files and Other Information with Tags
Trying to find old files is like trying to read your own mind. Where would I have saved those pictures from Australia?!? you think, before spending a frustrating half hour digging through folders and folders of miscellaneous images. What would I have called that report I wrote in August 2012?!? via Pocket
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16 days ago
Help – I’m drowning in my own notes! | The Thesis Whisperer
One of the delightful things about blogging is letters from readers; an endless source of delightful validation and sometimes, interesting problems to try to solve. This letter is a case in point. Dora, a reader from Croatia writes: via Pocket
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16 days ago
Redux: Celebrating Pride Month
Every week, the editors of The Paris Review lift the paywall on a selection of interviews, stories, poems, and more from the magazine’s archive. You can have these unlocked pieces delivered straight to your inbox every Sunday by signing up for the Redux newsletter. via Pocket
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16 days ago
The Man Behind the Weegee
Mannequins: Weegee with friends in a promotional store-window display at the L.A. Camera Exchange, 1951. Let’s talk about that name first. Or, rather, those three names. via Pocket
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16 days ago
In Patrick Melrose, we finally have a nuanced portrait of addiction | Prospect Magazine
Benedict Cumberbatch is an actor who excels at a sweat. With his pallid complexion, gummy features and snaky blue eyes, his is a face eerily well-suited to a clammy sheen. It’s no surprise, then, that his notable roles have provided ample opportunity for this. via Pocket
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16 days ago
How Patrick Heron made Cornwall the heart of British abstract art
His paintings are joyous and beautiful, great sheets of throbbing colour interspersed with squares, circles and ragged patches of different hues. Get the New Statesman's Morning Call email. via Pocket
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16 days ago
ROLI funded by Sony, Onkyo; is it time for the Walkman of music making? - CDM Create Digital Music
ROLI, makers of the Seaboard and Blocks, keep adding to their funding. But new investments by Sony and Onkyo say a lot about betting on a future of music that’s centered on creation, not just consumption. via Pocket
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16 days ago
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