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Please sometime keep detailed notes and sketches (which may or may not be translated into code) and w…
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i’m really bad at writing a backwards ‘S’. it always ends up with a kink in the counterclockwise bend, like a ‘2’.…
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all tophs are cool and most known tophs do dataviz in nyc. in 2013 this was a surprise to me…
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look at how it fits this thread perfectly
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Shearing layer entropy: when signs conflict, the hastier one takes precedence
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funny that i couldn’t guess whether hurricane models have gotten 20% better in the last twenty years o…
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hurricanes now feel like so much longer events relative to accelerating news cycles. i keep thinking “…
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I think I like J. M. W. Turner’s “Snow Storm” and David S.…
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I think I like J. M. W. Turner’s “Snow Storm” and David S.…
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I think I like J. M. W. Turner’s “Snow Storm” and David S.…
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it's a great observation! i guess i love when movies manage to evoke something like that (w/in constrai…
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thesaurus: from Latin "treasury, storehouse, a hoard, a treasure, something laid up," figuratively "repository, col…
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22 days ago
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fb has "View as public/person" but it's buried & inadequate. i still generally feel…
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23 days ago
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(there’s a lot more in there than just that abridged excerpt)
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26 days ago
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“Writing Is a Technology That Restructures Thought” Walter J. Ong, SJ (1985)
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26 days ago
Untitled (http://www.ric.edu/faculty/rpotter/temp/ong.pdf)
“Writing Is a Technology That Restructures Thought” Walter J. Ong, SJ (1985)
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26 days ago
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(sigh when i re-read this “happy friday” sounds dismissive, like when ppl end an online ar…
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27 days ago
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etymonline getting real
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27 days ago
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my fav diner in my Maine college town only has a fb page. they just post, like, family pho…
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27 days ago
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yeah, it's the "very fitting"-ness that i love most; they can be so evocative, visceral, i…
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28 days ago
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how would you know if they had been?
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28 days ago
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great point! we’re on the eve of a whole cambrian explosion!! though i worry it won’t increase variet…
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28 days ago
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yeah squarespace has been bad for the genre but there’s still a lot of good stuff like
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28 days ago
Untitled (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AMlJ78-7rZ4)
• Summertime Sadness (Cedric Gervais Remix)
• Dancing On My Own (or… any Robyn at all?)
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29 days ago
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• Summertime Sadness (Cedric Gervais Remix)
• Dancing On My Own (or… any Robyn at all?)
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29 days ago
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:) same it was great, she didn’t understand why it was so funny, i started doing an impression and she…
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29 days ago
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A woman outside the bar overheard me talking & said “Your voice!! It’s exactly like the voice in that song!…Omg it’…
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4 weeks ago
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haven’t read but formal study of forgetting seems cool &…
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4 weeks ago
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I grew up thinking Kofi Annan was president of the world, at that unique moment when such a thing seemed possible,…
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maybe it's out of scope for a browser and idk what the window object would be doing but i feel like…
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4 weeks ago
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no, same every refresh. just different for different unique visitors. no individual reader may ever…
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5 weeks ago
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“A New York Blizzard”
Childe Hassam (1859–1935)
~1890
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5 weeks ago
A New York Blizzard | Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
“A New York Blizzard”
Childe Hassam (1859–1935)
~1890
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5 weeks ago
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are they really all dead?! where’s the uproar! did i miss it? i am searching twitter for people a…
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6 weeks ago
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RT : please submit your entry by tomorrow!!! This is your chance to win $5!
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6 weeks ago
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yeah i wonder. whenever brain-link stuff comes up i sorta doubt that there is a less-lossy mutually-intelli…
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6 weeks ago
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hahahaha well i'm glad you saw it before i gave up. i guess it's apt
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sometimes i wonder why i'm allowed to multiply by -1. like it feels weird that, walking around a pl…
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6 weeks ago
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yes it'd be like that family guy christmas episode where stewie and brian go to the north pole and find t…
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6 weeks ago
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unlike most elevators, this one can get you anywhere in the plane
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6 weeks ago
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l m a o is that number.... is that real.... what am i saying, of course it is

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7 weeks ago
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ahh, when an instance of a category is so large, in some sense, that it protrudes above its level in the hierarchy…
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7 weeks ago
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Holger Bech Nielsen’s “random dynamics” “speculated that the fundamental laws of nature lai…
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Paper here (“Sloppiness and Emergent Theories in Physics, Biology, and Beyond”, 2015), haven’t read yet…
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7 weeks ago
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Sethna “Why is science possible?” — “possible system behaviors…form a hyper-ribbon, long along stiff combinations &…
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7 weeks ago
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And the dematerialization of whole categories of gifts. The other day my mom said “All the nice things…
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7 weeks ago
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was thinking about this the other day in the context of skyhooks and cranes. if you rip out (undermine) the…
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7 weeks ago
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“More Is Different: Broken symmetry and the nature of the hierarchical structure of science”

by P. W. Anderson (s…
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7 weeks ago
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there is an emerging gradient in the degree of the burnishing of the edges from top to bottom
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8 weeks ago
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ha i actually just _manually_ came to your page to thank you [pl.] for the new upload-captioning and post-…
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8 weeks ago
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sometimes i look at much-mocked archival excerpts about how the world’s getting worse due to such-and-such…
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9 weeks ago
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the sentiment elasticity of editorial judgment would be amazing to track. if the world / chosen territory…
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9 weeks ago
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yesterday amazed that refs can keep up with play, i guess it helps that the distance an assistance ref has to cover…
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9 weeks ago
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after being told for years that i had no wisdom teeth, it turned out i had two upper ones. they were coming in stra…
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9 weeks ago
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I read it as: if P is remarked upon as exceptional, then it demonstrates that ¬P is typically true. If a…
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9 weeks ago
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Apparently the aphorism used to more commonly be “You can’t eat your cake and have it too”, which makes…
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9 weeks ago
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ha mmm ya i'd picked up on much of that but this is helpful. i'm just a compulsive compatibilist and..…
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10 weeks ago
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wow! very interesting. i think Mead’s more interested in analog-time circuitry, whereas this is sti…
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10 weeks ago
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anyway, something i like about is that he’s sorta thinkin on the level of a different kind…
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10 weeks ago
Untitled (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5MlkbF4Qn6o)
anyway, something i like about is that he’s sorta thinkin on the level of a different kind…
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10 weeks ago
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ah, points out i was probably thinking of ’s “clock with benefits” line. looks like an interesting…
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10 weeks ago
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i like looking at undersampled(?) signals and thinkin about, yknow, how much of life looks like the pic on the left…
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10 weeks ago
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good discussion of role of love in biography w/ Leon Edel, who studied He…
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10 weeks ago
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