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Microsoft has revamped the academic search engine with topic based tags for each search result. Quite interesting.
I still wish there was a nice privacy friendly scientific search engine like DuckDuckGo / SearX / StartPage.
Social media alignment chart:
Lawful good - Soundcloud
Neutral good - Goodreads
Chaotic good - Mastodon
Lawful neutral - LinkedIn
Neutral - MySpace
Chaotic neutral - YouTube
Lawful evil - Facebook
Neutral evil - Twitter
Chaotic evil - 4chan
Water sausage. https://t.co/ieep6Ma5yM
* Origin: Twitter (https://twitter.com/Otter_News/status/1042369346176266240)
If Donald Knuth started a conference on innovations in typesetting, he could invite people to give...
... TᴱX talks.
I am so sorry
If you ever doubt the usefulness of your efforts, remember that a substantial amount of trees are planted by squirrels hiding nuts and then forgetting where they put 'em
NCT02443337 Terminated. Reason given: The observed DCR at 6 months is 4%,below the hypothesized 44% DCR at 6 months as the primary objective of this study. The study stopped due to lack of activity. https://clinicaltrials.gov/show/NCT02443337
The actor playing Mario in the North American commercial for Super Mario Sunshine during a break from filming, as well as his head and glove props. https://t.co/LbjjSZMZVf
Help is out there. Ask for it if you need it.
Saw somebody call a hedgehog an "ouch mouse" yesterday and I think it's great
The B in Benoit B Mandelbrot stands for Benoit B Mandelbrot.
A fairly long shot, but does anyone else here have any experience in writing grants for LGBT+ community centers?
I'm on the board for one and it's very much a hands on process. As such, fundraising is in our hands. We've done good, but I would love to have a little bit of breathing room and would like to apply for a grant to help pay for things like, you know, rent and electricity. Anyone have any prior knowledge in that area?
Totally okay if not. Like I said, definitely a long shot.
McGill U, Montreal
Public posts—mostly medical ethics
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