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  1. 20-02-2018 to , , by aldeka
  2. tool for scheduling posts to Mastodon
    17-02-2018 to , , , , , by mako
  3. Nice. Probably not much a surprise for anybody who has read or thought much about cooperation, deliberation, consensus, etc.
  4. "The review reinforces the common mistake (apparently made by Lubet too) that Ethnography’s role is to furnish us with hard-to-obtain facts about the social world. But is that what we get from the great ethnographers like Geertz or E. Goffman? No. Rather, great ethnography offers us deep, general *insights* See e.g., how Homans uses Whyte. *Thats* why Whyte is a classic."
  5. Also watched how to install twrp and supersu in the same channel. And some combinations of the commands from here:
    04-02-2018 to by mika
  6. 31-01-2018 to , , by aldeka
  7. 31-01-2018 to , by aldeka
  8. 23-01-2018 to by aldeka
  9. 18-01-2018 to by aldeka
  10. This one is awesome.
    16-01-2018 to , , , , , , by mako
  11. 16-01-2018 to , , , , , by mako
  12. 10-01-2018 to by mika
  13. 04-01-2018 to , by aldeka
  14. 02-01-2018 to by mika
  15. "Reading Moldbug is like listening to somebody who informs you of his plan to take care of the termites by burning his mansion down and then starts romanticizing life in a log cabin despite never having lived in one."
  16. Something to remember next time I do this?
  17. New WebExtension plugin for adding things to Scuttle! Seems to work!
    13-12-2017 by mako
  18. 09-12-2017 to , by aldeka
  19. 17-11-2017 to , , by aldeka
  20. Review of O'Reilly's book by Molly Sauter. Not very complementary.
  21. I think I hate these.
  22. "Under the rules of the restaurant, scientists, medical professionals and social scientists are eligible for a discount if they have recently published papers in journals that are included on internet databases such as the Science Citation Index and the Social Sciences Citation Index. The paper's impact factor is multiplied by 10 to determine the discount, which can account for as much as 30 percent of the bill."
  23. “I understand your point that the author is the greatest authority on their own work, but we require secondary sources," were the exact words of the Wikipedia administrator, according to Roth.
  24. "There are no angles from which the sculpture’s innocence is obvious." via Becca Tabasky
  25. Nice article on A/B testing.
  26. This review was bad but should have been worse IMHO. '“Why would anyone go to such lengths to get hold of a memoir whose essential purpose was to entertain?” (Oh, perhaps because people don’t find it very entertaining to be depicted as charlatans.) Such faux naïveté is unbecoming in someone as savvy as Lyons is, and makes him seem, in the end, an unreliable narrator of his own story.'
  27. Pando also published a hatchetjob on Dan Lyon! What goes around comes around?
  28. Hubspot's founders response to Dan Lyon's book.
  29. Dan Lyon's employer/publisher pans his book! Sounds real bad.
    updated: 03-09-2017, original: 03-09-2017 to , , , , , , , by mako
  30. I totally though I discovered this protocol myself!
  31. I pulled this down from ProQuest.
  32. I didn't really know Bob although we overlapped a little bit on the FSF board when he was a member (a weird role). This was a nice writeup of an important person in the history of free software.
    28-07-2017 to , , , , by mako
  33. "The rescuers required no special equipment, and were able to extricate the student from the sculpture by hand, creating a surreal, oversize delivery room scene, with the artwork giving birth to a full-grown (though perhaps a little immature) man."

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