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10 days ago by hiro
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I just want to say that sets a high bar for Keynote speakers. . When she is not keynotin…
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La chanteuse et musicienne phénomène Lior Shoov était à Genève cette semaine. Elle a donné un entretien à Magnétiqu…
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최근에 알게된 집근처 카페인데 진짜 너무 존예다....내가 왜 이런곳을 모르고살았짘ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ
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Contacts and People
One of the older uses of computers was to manage contacts. Along with other desk accessories, calculator, calendar, etc. the Rolodex managed to move itself from…
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10 days ago by timwburch
Tech’s Two Philosophies
Even though Apple’s developer conference is still a few weeks away, I think it’s safe to say that the demo of Google Duplex at yesterday’s Google I/O keynote…
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10 days ago by timwburch
‘We feel like pawns’: York University students grow increasingly angry over strike - The Globe and Mail
If the strike continues for another three weeks, it will become the longest labour dispute in the history of the university, raising renewed questions about whether students should be protected from interruptions in their education. “The assessed-grade option is useless unless you have a full-time professor who is working,” said Alexandria Pavelich, a sociology student who moved to York from the University of Saskatchewan to study mental health and addiction. That history and the latest dispute suggest that the structure of bargaining may need a review once the current strike ends, said Rick Waugh, the chair of the university’s board of governors. Almost 230 York professors have signed a statement asking CUPE 3903 to agree to a no-strike clause in their collective agreement and to settle future differences through binding arbitration. “Institutions … for the most part, the only way they’ve been able to manage this lack of support for operating funds, is to reduce payroll costs and rely on contract faculty who are pushing back,” she said.
10 days ago by sechilds
ReLaXed creates PDF documents interactively using HTML | News and podcasts for developers | Changelog
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10 days ago by sechilds
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Ms. has written to Mr. to ensure security of Kashmiris in Delhi. Welcome move, but m…
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10 days ago by kamal
Brooklyn Nine-Nine, eh? Here's every Canadian reference from the NYC cop comedy that loves the north | CBC Arts
But it would be criminal to not recognize that Brooklyn Nine-Nine , the New York-based police sitcom starring Andy Samberg, has been super-sizing their Canadian references since the show debuted in 2013. It goes deeper, too: one of the most serious emotional back stories involves Jake's dad abandoning him and moving to Quebec as a child, and some of his most important character development comes from grappling with that. And perceptive fans may have also noticed that Parks and Recreation — another show co-created by Brooklyn Nine-Nine 's Michael Schur, and which features many of the same writers and crew members — also has an emotional storyline in which a loved one moves to Ottawa. Roger (Jake's dad): Last week I was flying into Albany from Quebec — you know how I always keep my snowboard with me in case I get a chance to carve. Guess who just freed his dad from Canadian prison and slammed six free mimosas on the first-class flight home, sans the juice?
10 days ago by sechilds
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Why?
Well, why would Google be the exception? That's why. 😎
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10 days ago by oliver.turner
Carolyn Petit on Twitter: Wait. Waitwaitwaitwaitwaitwaitwaitwaitwaitwaitwaitwaitwait.They cancelled Brooklyn Nine-Nine?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?
@carolynmichelle: Wait. Waitwaitwaitwaitwaitwaitwaitwaitwaitwaitwaitwaitwait.They cancelled Brooklyn Nine-Nine?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?
10 days ago by sechilds
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I wrote about Dorothy Hodgkin's life and impact here
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10 days ago by yotiao
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Internet friends, I’m looking for guidance on adding keyboard shortcuts for in-app browsers, along the lines off Ap…
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10 days ago by mrchrisadams
A Defense Fails White Nationalists in Charlottesville - The Atlantic
The photographs of the beating show DeAndre Harris curled up in a ball on the floor of a parking lot trying to protect his face and body as the men around him, some armed with boards or pipes, strike him repeatedly. In a separate case, Richard Wilson Preston, who pleaded guilty Tuesday to a firearms charge after he fired his gun at a black counter-protester at the rally, also initially tried to argue he acted in self-defense . The men who outnumbered and brutally attacked Harris, and have portrayed their celebratory beating of a black man at a white-supremacist rally as a kind of heroism, are seeking a return to that era, to that peculiar form of “justice.” For them, that was when America was truly great. And I would have been there among them, awkwardly uprocking, or worming in place, or stiffly snaking, or back-spinning like a broken rotor, and I would have looked up and seen a kid, slightly older, facing me, smiling to himself, then moving across the floor by popping up alternating heels, gliding in reverse, walking on the moon. In the video, a grinning, shirtless Glover dances through a giant warehouse, occasionally accompanied by black school children in uniform, as chaotic scenes of violence unfold behind him—and are sometimes enacted by him.
10 days ago by sechilds
This is what happens when you encode data as cell formatting in Excel – Luis D. Verde Arregoitia
Having the correct answer randomized and identified only through cell formatting had me stumped for days, but some web searches led me to this tweet and onto the tidyxl package. The package has excellent documentation, and I referred to the free online cookbook Spreadsheet Munging Strategies by tidyxl maintainer Duncan Garmonsway . With this code, we won’t have to copy and paste manually the hundreds of questions across six different topics in the actual production file for the board game. What is the most common training command taught to dogs?Stay, Fetch, Sit , AttackI hope you found this post useful. Once again, I want to thank the teams and developers that brought us readxl and tidyxl , and also Maëlle Salmon , Ken Butler , and Achim Zeileis for their inputs via Twitter.
10 days ago by sechilds
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RT : We just launched our new programme with focussing on technology that provides opportunities for a be…
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10 days ago by Fallingbadgers
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Ja, das mit der E-Mail hab ich mir auch am anfang überlegt, aber evtl ist das doch wie papierpost so mit int…
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10 days ago by winks
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RT : 1970s structural image of insulin, one of the first protein structures to be plotted by the computer program Pluto,…
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10 days ago by kcarruthers
Code to joy | 1843
Turn on your TV or radio, use a credit card, check in a bag at the airport, change the temperature in your fridge, get an X-ray at the dentist, text a family member, listen to music on anything other than vinyl or read this article online and each of your desires will be fulfilled by code. Founded in 2014 by Quincy Larson, an idealistic schoolteacher turned programmer, freeCode­Camp began with the explicit goal of rationalising the learning process in order to deepen the otherwise shockingly shallow coding gene pool, which is around 95% white or Asian male. Aware that mature heads have been nudging me towards Python from the start, I return to one of these early advisers, who puts me in touch with a British programmer called Nicholas Tollervey, a graduate of the Royal College of Music and former professional tuba player. But, as if I didn’t know by now, nothing should be taken for granted in the world of the naive coder and any satisfaction I feel at having stormed the input stage is rapidly dispelled when I discover that, after a promising first date, the Twitter API is no longer responding to my app. Hours later, at two in the morning, nerves stretched as if the entire staff of Facebook has thrown them out the window and shimmied down them to escape, I send an SOS to Tollervey, grateful, for the first time in my life, for the eight-hour time-zone lag between San Francisco, where I live, and the UK.
10 days ago by sechilds
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There’s something especially absurd about Taliban video disclaimers
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