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  1. “I can honestly say I can protect every hamster, every mouse in the world against SARS-CoV-2,” Dr. Peter Palese, the leader of the research, said. “But the jury’s still out about what it does in humans.”
  2. Another reason to return to Naoshima.
  3. The weirdness of the Disney VR space is so just overwhelming.
  4. 28-11-2021 to by aldeka
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  7. Angela Merkel struggles to put on a doctoral hood. I feel you, Angela!
  8. 08-08-2021 to by aldeka
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  11. 30-07-2021 to by aldeka
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  13. 09-06-2021 to , by aldeka
  14. Bruyerre La Truffe Beurre
    01-06-2021 to by aldeka
  15. An ML based system for improving academic writing w/ grammar checking and alternative phrasing suggestions. Available as an Overleaf program.
  16. Veggie version of this banger should be banging.
    28-05-2021 to , , , , , by mako
  17. 24-05-2021 to , by aldeka
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  19. 19-05-2021 to by aldeka
  20. How did I miss this?
  21. Import journalism. "In a 1958 letter to the Manchester Guardian, Fleming offered a revealing confession: “I proceeded to invent a cocktail for Bond, which I sampled several months later and found unpalatable.”"
  22. Looks like a pretty seamless way to extract the text of news documents. Looks very simple and pretty easy.
  23. I wrote up a long email about that I sent to Andrés Monroy. I should maybe publish that as a blog post.
  24. 22-11-2020 to by aldeka
  25. 14-08-2020 to , , by aldeka
  26. Nice collection of mostly dispersed campgrounds w/ pictures and details on cellphone coverage!
  27. It's a superficial and limited analysis but it seems legit.
  28. Turns out, you can't "stretch" your IT band because it is attached to your femur basically all the way along. You can certainly tension it, but it's effectively stapled to the bone and cannot be substantially elongated.
  29. 09-06-2020 to , , , , by mako
  30. A very very nice write-up about how to make ricotta. Keep at between 175-185°F. Add 1T+1t white vinegar per liter.

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