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There's no right answer for the right moment lurking within you. Kairos always comes with the world. > "The Deliriu…
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You’re never going to catch me calling out a black leader on any public forum. White Portland eats that shit up. Th…
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More on this in a bit, but: I turned some of my glitched textile experiments into square postcards and feel pretty…
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I would say you know absolutely nothing about the history and present of protest if you think no one is offering so…
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Mental Note: wash the bowls before I next use them.
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Feathers doesn't tweet enough of this kind of thing these days.
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Just read this paper on the thorny issue of the academic (microcelebrity) self by
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Recommended reading! It’s a story a little like Hidden Figures, a little like the great 2014 NPR piece “When women…
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If the only thing that comes of this Formal Methods shootout is that people start demoing their theorem provers wit…
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Celebrated my 10 years yesterday.
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"Social Darwinism" and the term "survival of the fittest" were both created by some asshole who had nothing to do w…
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Tao on how category theory is the "garlic of mathematics" is good vintage MO
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I can't really express how personally gratifying the news of flickr's escape from it's long slow doom at the hands…
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Next iteration, I'm gonna try doing the same trick of repl + check! in the ns of the code I'm developing, but now w…
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Ok I figured out where I'm confused about a lot of things: there is clojure.test, test.check, clojure…
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Benjamin Franklin . Citizen Ben . Abolitionist | PBS
Franklin recognized that freed slaves could not fend for themselves without help, so he advanced the idea that slaves needed to be educated in order to become contributing members of a free society. In his position of president of the abolitionist society, Franklin wrote and published an "Address to the Public," in which he addressed the education of former slaves. The plan was to "instruct, to advise, to qualify those who have been restored to freedom, for the exercise and enjoyment of civil liberty; to promote in them habits of industry, to furnish them with employment suited to their age, sex, talents, and other circumstances. . . which we conceive will essentially promote the public good, and the happiness of these hitherto much neglected fellow-creatures."
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I'm deeply proud that DSA nationally committed itself to the project of abolition - serious organizing for socialis…
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Oh! *ding* To relate it to a concept you introduced me to that I think about a lot: to what degree is…
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I have extremely written too many tests that were basically testing whether my language worked; I'm t…
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Sure. The workflow I'm aiming at is, 1) writing one to three example-based tests so that I think abou…
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yyyyyyymaybe? yeah i'm thinking, is talking about hashing code and marking what tests h…
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is defspec, like..... not fun to work with? I'm starting a job in QA soon and so I'm thinking about generative test…
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I'm listening to talk about there not being a clear path to a generative workflow --- I thoug…
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DSA for Medicare for All's first weekend of action kicks off tomorrow in more than 20 states.

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TIL the kind of problems one solves in the game Zendo are also known as "Bongard problems", and here's a page with…
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So. I’m adding this to my bookmarks because I want to talk more about this ... but work but yes we…
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I think of myself as Xennial: younger enough than Xers to not take the doom so seriously, and d…
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100% agree and relate to remembering pre-internet era but still being a digital native. I love that ab…
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Just got a text from my daughter who is in Grade 10. "Mom, I walked out, they said we will get detention"
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Peter Thiel is against taxes, government, women, poor people & liberalism. He's an early Facebook investor, board m…
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Yes, human jobs destroyed through growing automation capabilities can be replaced with entirely new jobs. But it wo…
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Considering how often programmers use a 'we' or 'i' to refer to some function/class/object, I think…
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I often hear people say that they wouldn't be a good programmer because they're bad at math. Honestly I think someo…
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Graphical Linear Algebra
On the theory that you can never know too much linear algebra or diagram language, I'd have a go at
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Take a topological space, attach some other kind of structure to open sets, in such a way…
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"The future is a project rooted in history." Do yourself a favor and check out this epic talk by music scholar and…
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October 11, 1969 my uncle sols band played w Bo Diddley
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Oooh oooh! There's an amazingly well done lecture series for this and accompanying notes! Chec…
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RT : Today I finished giving 17 lectures on ordered sets, logic, and "generative effects": situations where the whole i…
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Hi Clive. Can't really say why, but this seems like the sort of thing you should know about.
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I am glad to know that comped travel is standard, as I was worrying about getting to NY/BOS from Chicago.…
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Found this cracked, worn, semi-translucent, clearly cursed die by my porch. Maybe it belongs to whoever left the fu…
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When Cloudflare banned the Daily Stormer they had *lots* of public hand-wringing about it. They were really bothere…
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Welcome! Adler’s “After Dark” events are great, and most universities do public talks. Also lots of “scie…
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I just figured out you're in Chicago. I'm new -- do you know any public events, seminars, etc., that might…
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New piece by , and I explaining why companies should open their content moderation practices…
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Very excited to share my debut single as Roseblood! Have a listen today over ! Out officially tomorrow!
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If you run a hiring process in tech, go read your standard interview travel language from the perspective of someon…
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nothing funnier than a ww sociologist lecturing the class on excessive police violence against Black men & then get…
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I made abstract xerox art today that reads like a gritty noir comic
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SkyKnit: when knitters teamed up with a neural network
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The Galton Machine shows order from randomness. Each ball bounces left or right at random, 12 times, but together w…
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OK whatever get back to me when someone is willing to fund a physics platformer set on the Poincaré half-plane proj…
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Protocols impose some limitations (e.g. dispatch on first arg only). Good for what they do, not so great…
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LA has legalized street food!!!

Now cops can worry about actual criminals & stop messing with people who are tryin…
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*PSA voice* Parents, are YOUR children using properties of integers?
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operadic? it's a category term for a kind of composition but it sounds like maybe you're talking about so…
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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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I'm confused by "protocols are an implementation detail." I thought the point of protocols was they're a gr…
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