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  1. Oct 2020
    1. Removing likes could impact two types of biased decisions. One, deciding whether or not to “like” a photo. If you don’t know how many other people have liked that photo, your deci-sion to like it will probably be less biased. In Chapter 3, we’ll talk about the bandwagon effect, but knowing what opinion others have expressed can have a huge impact on the opinion you express. Removing likes is Instagram’s way of anonymiz-ing voting.



  2. Aug 2020
    1. It can come as a refreshment to follow the hype and ride the bandwagon from time to time, but you should always do your research first.
    2. The hype is something common in our industry. Remember NoSQL? Or when everyone went crazy over microservices? Or the AI / Machine learning burst? The list goes on and on. People get excited about new and breakthrough technologies and ideas.
  3. Jun 2020
  4. Oct 2019
    1. Take MongoDB for example, sure it's an awesome solution for special situations but i could never figure out why so many people were using it by default. I thought I just didn't understand something, but then it turns out that basically a lot of people were just jumping on the bandwagon and using MongoDB where a normal relation db like Postgres would be more appropriate.
  5. Jan 2019
    1. Sen. Chuck Schumer, who you will be hearing from later tonight, has repeatedly supported a physical barrier in the past along with many other Democrats.
  6. Sep 2016
    1. I believe that every person should be equal under the law. (Applause.)  Every child deserves the dignity that comes with education, and health care and food on the table and a roof over their heads. 

      I believe that President Obama wants to show empathy with the cuban people, and to make know that they also should receive the same civil liberties as the united states and other modernized countries. President Obama wants the cuban people to agree with his ideas and for them to join him.