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Daniel Jednorozec
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I posted this on Facebook but it's too funny to not repeat
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"Truth is like poetry. And most people fucking hate poetry." ~ Overheard at a Washington D.C. Bar

This has become one of my new favorite quotes
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3x2(9yz)4a! Because the Flash is my favorite comic book TV show and knows what I like
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oh dang, really?? may have to start watching again. 
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And here we just finally watched The Martian on Saturday
“It (could be) life Jim, but (perhaps) not as we know it.” This is not just a sci-fi catchphrase, but also something some planetary scientists have...
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Ah yes, the sweet sound of the modem...
 
This is how hard it was to send email in 1984

The heady days of Prestel (Beltel here in South Africa). Right near the end of the video they broadcast an audio clip that is intended to be recorded to an audio tape. Many computers back in those days, such as the Sinclair ZX81 which I had, had no floppy drives or hard drives, and programs were saved and loaded from an audio cassette player and you'd hear those tones from the speaker. So those tones being broadcast were in effect a file transfer in progress (one way of transferring a file to a few thousand viewers in one go!!).

See http://mashable.com/2016/03/12/email-in-the-80s/#zryC6X.Sb5q0
Once upon a time, a huge hunk of plastic with a large dial was just one step in a series needed to send an email message.
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It truly is fascinating to see the direction media is taking based on the adopting of new technologies
 
"There are no behind-the-scenes." How +BBC Click made their first 360 show.
As Click makes history with the BBC's first interactive fully 360-degree show, presenter Spencer Kelly explains how they did it.
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The thing to remember is that it's how beautiful on the inside you are that matters #GameofThrones #GoTSeason6
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If the future is the undiscovered country then that is my nation, and it is constantly under attack
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I've decided we shall now refer to 2016 as "the year the music died"
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+Allison Holloway​ I figure you guys in particular might like this
A new edition of the occult tabletop game about broken and obsessed people risking everything to change the world.
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"After zapping the atom with laser pulses, ionized electrons escaped and followed a particular trajectory to a 2D detector (a dual microchannel plate [MCP] detector placed perpendicular to the field itself). There are many trajectories that can be taken by the electrons to reach the same point on the detector, thus providing the researchers with a set of interference patterns — patterns that reflected the nodal structure of the wave function."
What you’re looking at is the first direct observation of an atom’s electron orbital — an atom's actual wave function! To capture the image, researchers utilized a new quantum microscope — an incredible new device that literally allows scientists to gaze into the quantum realm.
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An exhaustive analysis of millions of Github pull requests found that women's contributions were accepted more often than men's. The merge rate of women's pull requests were 78.6% while men's were only 74.4%. 25% of women had almost 100% of their pull requests accepted while only 13.5% of men achieved the perfect merge rate.

It should be noted that Github does not reveal gender information for its users. The project relied upon linking the Github account email address to a corresponding Google+ account in order to determine gender. While this seems shady, it's actually permissible according to the Google terms of service. Of the 4M+ Github accounts with viewable email addresses, 1.4M (35.3%) were successfully matched to Google+ profiles with publicly-accessible gender information.

#Data #Github #Coding #Programming #Pull #Request #Merge #Commit #Men #Women #Gender #DataViz #Statistics 
Women's contributions to open source are more likely to be accepted than men's.
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