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If you're only going to watch one linear algebra review video, this should maybe be it. LU decomp, QR decomp, eigenvalue decomp, SVD decomp @ minute 30
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Love the countertenor solo at 1:07
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The dude is boss
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"You wouldn't like me when I'm angry. Because I always back up my rage with facts and documented sources."
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This question is too SEO-bombed for the Google results to be any good. Can someone share / link to an overview of the various non-SaaS online payments options? Eg, WePay, Stripe, etc. This is to process many different individuals once (opposite of SaaS case).
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Conditional probability is such a wonderful concept...
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Unless I'm wrong, whatever I say next will be true.
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whats good shout out to web. lotta good sh–t on here
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Subjective Probability: The Real Thing by Richard Jeffrey, 1926-2002
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Pretty shocking. Or, actually, not that shocking, how some people love to assume everything is about "stupid people".

Tales of morons have been greatly exaggerated to satisfy your egotism.
 
I... I don't even...why does this need to exist?
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I've totally been saying for so long that they should have that.
 
There should be a Netflix for books. via heymister.net
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“Time is what prevents everything from happening at once” -- John Archibald Wheeler

Happy New Year, Y'all. -- James David Long
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