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  1. Oct 2022
  2. Sep 2022
    1. they construct out of this event representations they they can understand for example the events that lead to a 00:04:49 change of power decline is an alpha male and a replacement by another or other types of things such as bonding relationships between individuals in the group the only thing they can do is they can't 00:05:00 express that knowledge you know to anyone else whereas a human child watching let's say a dog fight and represent that dog fight in action for example by taking two 00:05:12 models of dogs and having them fight even if they can't speak children can do this or they might get down on their hands and knees and act out the fight right but but no other creature can do this this is uniquely human they no one 00:05:26 else can as it were act out an event representation we call this event reenactment

      !- definition : event reenactment - a unique human feature, a Common Human Denominator

  3. Aug 2022
    1. Thuluva, S., Paradkar, V., Turaga, K., Gunneri, S., Yerroju, V., Mogulla, R., Kyasani, M., Manoharan, S. K., Medigeshi, G., Singh, J., Shaman, H., Singh, C., & Rao, A. V. (2022). Selection of optimum formulation of RBD-based protein sub-unit covid19 vaccine (Corbevax) based on safety and immunogenicity in an open-label, randomized Phase-1 and 2 clinical studies (p. 2022.03.08.22271822). medRxiv. https://doi.org/10.1101/2022.03.08.22271822

  4. Jul 2022
    1. 事件处理数据的变化,代码的变化呢? 我们可以将这里视为三种广泛的代码更改:新功能、缺陷修复和时序逻辑。

      Event Source的挑战,除了与非事件溯源的系统交互即外部互动(含外部更新和外部查询),还包括代码的变更本身。主要设计 时序逻辑的调整、bug fix 和 新 feat 开发

    2. 构建事件处理程序逻辑


    3. Complete Rebuild:我们可以完全丢弃应用程序状态并通过在空应用程序上重新运行事件日志中的事件来重建它。 时间查询:我们可以在任何时间点确定应用程序的状态。从概念上讲,我们通过从空白状态开始并将事件重新运行到特定时间或事件来做到这一点。我们可以通过考虑多个时间线(类似于版本控制系统中的分支)来进一步实现这一点。 事件重播:如果我们发现过去的事件不正确,我们可以通过反转它和以后的事件来计算后果,然后重播新的事件和以后的事件。(或者实际上是通过丢弃应用程序状态并按顺序使用正确事件重播所有事件。)相同的技术可以处理以错误顺序接收的事件——这是与异步消息通信的系统的常见问题。

      通过对事件的记录,我们可以完全的将历史重现,也可以查询特定时间点的程序状态。历史的部分重现也可以用于debug。 典型代码就是VCS,git保留了项目开发的完整历史。

  5. bafybeicuq2jxzrw7omddwzohl5szkqv6ayjiubjy3uopjh5c3cghxq6yoe.ipfs.dweb.link bafybeicuq2jxzrw7omddwzohl5szkqv6ayjiubjy3uopjh5c3cghxq6yoe.ipfs.dweb.link
    1. This eventof cognition, or better yet the event of making sense – the primal mental event, allencompassing, both forming and dissolving boundaries, multiple4 and affirming, Ifind to be the proper stage to present my research

      !- definition : event * the event of making sense is primordial prerequisite for a conceptual life of mind and is the gateway into modern human culture, into the symbolosphere

    1. to do our own work to develop our own teams to 00:13:48 grow our own networks so based on that we decided to organize a movement to build these kinds of new models to arrive at much more sustainable public goods funding not just sustainable ideally regenerative 00:14:01 systems with possible externalities they're not just sustaining themselves at some level but actually creating a lot more value around themselves and we hope to also create structures for much better value alignment within these networks 00:14:13 so we decided to throw an event uh last year uh so it's less than a year ago um there's probably a number of other people that helped put this on if um uh i in my memory yesterday i remembered a set of folks who are here uh which i 00:14:26 want to thank for for driving this and really creating this this event but it really takes a village to put this on especially the pl events team um uh and many others who have helped uh and since then we've now had uh three 00:14:37 events two virtual one and one in person and we're scaling the community in the size of the conversations the um systems that we're reviewing the mechanisms that we're exploring the studies that we're doing and so on uh so 00:14:50 in this conference we've gone from you know 11 18 talks and now 56 really encourage you to like attend all of them simultaneously of course you can do that of course you can later in time they're all recorded 00:15:02 and we're also very fortunate to be working with a whole bunch of other folks in the ecosystem building out the broader public goods movement in the blockchain space great uh 00:15:15 thanks to the github community and shelling point and many other manila groups that are very focused on building regenerative structures so all of this leaves me uh very hopeful um you know our impact so far has been 00:15:28 to explore a set of funding mechanisms here's a few uh that i pulled from the youtube uh channel a bunch of these mechanisms are explained explaining explored and so on some of them also have kind of experimental review still early days so 00:15:41 a lot of it is still kind of not very systematic not very well experimented upon and so on but i'd love to kind of crank that up and get to drastically better study to the point where we can like analyze these systems with the same 00:15:53 level of rigor that we analyze things like network protocols or like hardware devices and things like that we've also [Music] sort of revived the impact certificates um 00:16:05 idea and and field we've um gotten to explore a number of novel entity types i know that a few of these are actually getting booted up now which is really awesome impact for just a few months of talking about things um and we've 00:16:19 created some uh we've talked about some coordination systems that could be um extremely useful i think this is a very promising area but probably under under um understudied and an area that that is 00:16:31 maybe harder or seems um diffic much more difficult to get traction on so it doesn't get studied as much

      Funding the Commons Event

  6. May 2022
    1. The focus event does not bubble in Internet Explorer. Therefore, scripts that rely on event delegation with the focus event will not work consistently across browsers. As of version 1.4.2, however, jQuery works around this limitation by mapping focus to the focusin event in its event delegation methods, .live() and .delegate().
    1. $('input[name=myInput]').change(function() { ... });1. 在输入框内容变化的时候不会触发change,当鼠标在其他地方点一下才会触发

      $("input").change(function(e) { // ... });

      $("input").on('input', function(e) { // ....})

  7. Mar 2022
    1. No need to construct strings that then need to be deconstructed later.
    2. I believe we need the break free of these anachronistic designs and use event loggers, not message loggers
    3. µ/log's idea is to replace the "3 Pillars of Observability" with a more fundamental concept: "the event"

      bold goal

    4. Event-based data is easy to index, search, augment, aggregate and visualise therefore can easily replace traditional logs, metrics and traces.
  8. Feb 2022
  9. Jan 2022
    1. This was great for passing things between services where fire-and-forget was adequate.

      In which cases, "fire-and-forget" is not adequate?

  10. Dec 2021
    1. In this example, Bigipedia informs us that the DOI is referenced by the article page. Note that because the subject is not a DOI, the metadata must be supplied in the subj key. $ curl "https://bus.eventdata.crossref.org/events" \ --verbose \ -H "Content-Type: application/json" \ -H "Authorization: Token token=591df7a9-5b32-4f1a-b23c-d54c19adf3fe" \ -X POST \ --data '{"id": "dbba925e-b47c-4732-a27b-0063040c079d", "source_token": "b1bba157-ab5b-4cb8-9ac8-4beb2d6405ff", "subj_id": "http://bigipedia.com/pages/Chianto", "obj_id": "https://doi.org/10.3403/30164641u", "relation_type_id": "references", "source_id": "bigipedia", "license: "https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/", "subj": {"title": "Chianto", "issued": "2016-01-02", "URL": "http://bigipedia.com/pages/Chianto"}}'
      • SUBJECT is Page, no DOI
        • metadata in object "subj"
    1. El púlsar binario PSR J0737 como banco de pruebas de la relatividad general Por Francisco R. Villatoro, el 16 diciembre, 2021. Categoría(s): Astronomía • Ciencia • Física • Noticias • Physics • Relatividad • Science ✎ 3

      l púlsar binario PSR J0737 como banco de pruebas de la relatividad general Por Francisco R. Villatoro, el 16 diciembre, 2021. Categoría(s): Astronomía • Ciencia • Física • Noticias • Physics • Relatividad • Science ✎ 3

      Hulse y Taylor recibieron el Premio Nobel de Física en 1993 por su estudio del púlsar binario PSR B1913+16 (el primero que se descubrió en 1974), que observó de forma indirecta la emisión de ondas gravitacionales. Se publica en Physical Review X un análisis similar del púlsar binario PSR J0737−3039A/B, descubierto en 2003. El púlsar binario PSR J0737 es un banco de pruebas único para el estudio de la relatividad general ya que está situado a solo dos mil años luz de la Tierra, ambas estrellas de neutrones se observan como púlsares y su inclinación orbital es muy próxima a 90 °, luego se puede observar cómo el espaciotiempo curvo del plano orbital modifica los pulsos emitidos. Las observaciones durante 16 años de la precesión del periastro siguen la fórmula de la emisión gravitacional cuadripolar de Einstein con un error menor del 0.013 % (el resultado obtenido tras 2.5 años de observaciones tenía un error del 0.05 % y se publicó en 2006 en Science). Sin lugar a dudas un púlsar binario que habrá que seguir durante las próximas décadas para mejorar estas estimaciones.

      Además de probar la fórmula cuadripolar de Einstein, se ha probado el retraso debido al efecto de Shapiro (en un espaciotiempo curvo las señales de radio viajan durante más tiempo y las observamos retrasadas). También se han realizado otras pruebas de la relatividad que hasta ahora no se habían podido realizar con otros púlsares binarios. Por ejemplo, se ha medido la deformación relativista de la órbita (debido al acoplamiento relativista entre el espín (rotación de las estrellas de neutrones) y el momento angular de su órbita). En estas pruebas los resultados tienen mucha mayor incertidumbre, pero en todos los casos son compatibles con las predicciones de la relatividad general de Einstein. Esta teoría, a la que muchos físicos quieren matar cuanto antes, además de muy bella es muy robusta y promete reinar en la física durante muchas décadas.

      El artículo es M. Kramer, I. H. Stairs, …, G. Theureau, «Strong-field Gravity Tests with the Double Pulsar,» Physical Review X 11: 04150 (13 Dec 2021), doi: https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevX.11.041050, arXiv:2112.06795[astro-ph.HE] (13 Dec 2021); más información divulgativa en Lijing Shao, «General Relativity Withstands Double Pulsar’s Scrutiny,» Physics 14: 173 (13 Dec 2021) [web].

      Una manera de destacar la excepcionalidad del púlsar binario PSR J0737 es compararlo con el famoso PSR B1913, que ha sido estudiado durante 35 años. Esta figura muestra la precesión del periastro de la órbita; la diferencia en la densidad de puntos entre 0 y −20 es notable. Así se explica que el nuevo resultado para PSR J0737 tras 16 años tenga un error menor del 0.013 %, cuando para PSR B1913 solo se alcanzó el 0.2 %; por cierto, para las fusiones de agujeros negros observadas por LIGO-Virgo el error típico ronda el 20 %. No le he dicho, pero supongo que sabrás que el periastro de una órbita elíptica es el punto donde la distancia entre ambos cuerpos es mínima; se llama perihelio cuando uno de los cuerpos es el Sol y perigeo cuando es la Tierra. El fenómeno que mide esta figura es análogo a la precesión del perihelio de la órbita de Mercurio, que Einstein usó como guía hacia la formulación correcta de su teoría de la gravitación.


      3 Comentarios Mario dice: 17 diciembre, 2021 a las 5:10 pm Francis Hay una frase que no entiendo, favor revisar: «…,luego sus señales se observa cómo el espaciotiempo curvo del plano orbital modificada la señal que observamos». Atte Mario

      RESPONDER Francisco R. Villatoro dice: 17 diciembre, 2021 a las 9:15 pm Gracias, Mario.

      RESPONDER Mario dice: 19 diciembre, 2021 a las 10:07 pm Francis, entiendo que por el efecto shapiro las señales de radio se ven retrasadas; pero para notar tal retraso tiene que haber una referencia. Cuál es esa referencia?

      RESPONDER Deja un comentario

    1. Evidence Record Creates observations of type landing-page-url for annotates relation types. Creates observations of type plaintext for discusses relation types.
      • SEE
      • In Evidence:
      • "candidates": [ { "type": "landing-page-url",
    2. Discusses: { "license": "https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/", "obj_id": "https://doi.org/10.1146/annurev.earth.32.082503.144359", "source_token": "8075957f-e0da-405f-9eee-7f35519d7c4c", "occurred_at": "2015-05-11T04:03:44Z", "subj_id": "https://hypothes.is/a/qNv_Ei5ZSnWOWO54GXdFPA", "id": "00054d54-7f35-4557-b083-7fa1f028856d", "evidence_record": "https://evidence.eventdata.crossref.org/evidence/20170413-hypothesis-a37bc9bf-1dc0-4c8a-b943-2e14beb4de6f", "terms": "https://doi.org/10.13003/CED-terms-of-use", "action": "add", "subj": { "pid": "https://hypothes.is/a/qNv_Ei5ZSnWOWO54GXdFPA", "json-url": "https://hypothes.is/api/annotations/qNv_Ei5ZSnWOWO54GXdFPA", "url": "https://hyp.is/qNv_Ei5ZSnWOWO54GXdFPA/www.cnn.com/2015/05/05/opinions/sutter-sea-level-climate/#", "type": "annotation", "title": "The various scenarios presented should be specified as being global averages of expected sea level rise. The sea level rise observed locally will vary significantly, due to a lot of different geophysical factors.", "issued": "2015-05-11T04:03:44Z" }, "source_id": "hypothesis", "obj": { "pid": "https://doi.org/10.1146/annurev.earth.32.082503.144359", "url": "https://doi.org/10.1146/annurev.earth.32.082503.144359" }, "timestamp": "2017-04-13T10:40:18Z", "relation_type_id": "discusses" }
      • URL (Landing) in annotations!
    3. Annotates: { "license": "https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/", "obj_id": "https://doi.org/10.1007/bfb0105342", "source_token": "8075957f-e0da-405f-9eee-7f35519d7c4c", "occurred_at": "2015-11-04T06:30:10Z", "subj_id": "https://hypothes.is/a/NrIw4KlKTwa7MzbTrMAyjw", "id": "00044ac9-d729-4d3f-a2c8-618bcdf1d252", "evidence_record": "https://evidence.eventdata.crossref.org/evidence/20170412-hypothesis-de560308-e500-4c55-ba28-799d7b272039", "terms": "https://doi.org/10.13003/CED-terms-of-use", "action": "add", "subj": { "pid": "https://hypothes.is/a/NrIw4KlKTwa7MzbTrMAyjw", "json-url": "https://hypothes.is/api/annotations/NrIw4KlKTwa7MzbTrMAyjw", "url": "https://hyp.is/NrIw4KlKTwa7MzbTrMAyjw/arxiv.org/abs/quant-ph/9803052", "type": "annotation", "title": "[This article](http://arxiv.org/abs/quant-ph/9803052) was referenced by [\"Decoherence\"](http://web.mit.edu/redingtn/www/netadv/Xdecoherenc.html) on Sunday, September 25 2005.", "issued": "2015-11-04T06:30:10Z" }, "source_id": "hypothesis", "obj": { "pid": "https://doi.org/10.1007/bfb0105342", "url": "http://arxiv.org/abs/quant-ph/9803052" }, "timestamp": "2017-04-12T07:16:20Z", "relation_type_id": "annotates" }
      • An arXiv page (article with DOI) is considered OBJECT (DOI)
      • This example is an AUTO-REFERENCE !!!

      • It is due to the arXiv Agent (?)

    4. looks in the text for links to registered content
      • "DOI:"
    5. It looks for two things: the annotation of registered content (for example Article Landing Pages) and the mentioning of registered content (for example DOIs) in the text of annotations.
      • DOI: in annotation text [OK.verified] in SUBJECT pages
      • Annotations in OBJECT pages (Landing)
    6. The Hypothes.is Agent monitors annotations
      • See examples of Evidences
      • Agent uses "url": "https://hypothes.is/api/search"
      • GUESS: filter by date of annotation? "extra": { "cutoff-date": "2005-04-13T09:08:04.578Z"
    1. Crossref Membership rules #7 state that: You must have your DOIs resolve to a page containing complete bibliographic information for the content with a link to — or information about — getting the full text of the content. Where publishers break these rules, we will alert them.
    2. It's always not one-to-one DOIs can be assigned to books and book chapters, articles and figures. Each Agent will do its job as accurately as possible, with minimal cleaning-up, which could affect interpretation. This means that if someone tweets the DOI for a figure within an article, we will record that figure's DOI. If they tweet the landing page URL for that figure, we will do our best to match it to a DOI. Depending on the method used, and what the publisher landing page tells us, we may match the article's DOI or the figure's DOI. Sometimes two pages may claim to be about the same DOI. This could happen if a publisher runs two different sites about the same content. It's also possible that a landing page has no DOI metadata, so we can't match it to an Event. The reverse is true: sometimes two DOIs point to the same landing page. This can happen by accident. It is rare, but does happen. This has no material effect on the current methods for reporting Events.
      • non-uniqueness: DOI <-> Page Publisher
    3. Matching also varies from publisher to publisher. For some landing page domains we can easily match the DOI. For some we need to do a bit more work. For others, it's impossible.
      • hahaha!
      • I knew it!
    4. We maintain a list of domain names that belong to publishers (see the Artifact page for more information) and track and query for those domains. When we see a URL that could be a landing page, we attempt to match it to a DOI.
      • Landing Page --> publisher(?)
      • ok: maintain a list
    5. Every Agent will attempt to match registered content items in as broad a manner as possible by looking for linked and unlinked DOIs and Article Landing Page URLs.
      • ok: unlinked too!
      • verified with hypothesis annotations! (text DOI:)
    6. They could use a hyperlinked DOI (one you can click), or a plain-text DOI (one you can't click). They could also use the Article Landing Page (the page you get to when you click on a DOI). Every source is different: we tend to see most people using Article Landing Pages on Twitter, but on Wikipedia DOIs are frequently used.
      • link to DOI (doi.org)
      • text "DOI: 10.xxx/xxx"
      • link to "publisher"(?) (http) used in Twitter (I dont use it)
    7. Event Data Agents are on the look out for links to registered content items, but people on the Web use a variety of methods to refer to them.
      • Event-Data Agents: looking for DOIs...
      • People: We are going to make it hard for you
      • Agents + Me: F**k U!
    1. Every Event starts its journey somewhere, usually in an external source. Data from that external source is processed and analyzed
      • How??? (again and again)
    2. the subject of the event, e.g. Wikipedia article on Fish the type of the relation, e.g. "references" the object of the event, e.g. article with DOI 10.5555/12345678
      • relation: subject--relation--object
    3. Every time we notice that there is a new relationship between a piece of registered content and something out in the web, we record that as an individual Event.
      • How??? (again)
    4. Each web source is referred to as a 'data contributor'. The Events, and all original data from the data contributor, are available via an API.
      • Sources
      • "Relations": --> API --> uses
    5. When a relationship is observed
      • How???
    6. a registered content item (that is, content that has been assigned a DOI by Crossref or DataCite)
      • DEF: registered content item == DOI
    7. This data is of interest to a wide range of people: Publishers may want to know how their articles are being shared, authors might want to know when people are talking about their articles, researchers may want to conduct bibliometrics research. And that's just the obvious uses.
      • case uses
    8. The Event Data service captures this activity and acts as a hub for the storage and distribution of this data. The service provides a record of instances where research has been bookmarked, linked, liked, shared, referenced, commented on etc, beyond publisher platforms. For example, when datasets are linked to articles, articles are mentioned on social media or referenced in Wikipedia.
      • "For example, when datasets are linked to articles, articles are mentioned on social media or referenced in Wikipedia."
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    1. Datafication, the authors argued, involves much more than converting symbolic materialinto digital form, for it is datafication, not digitization, that “made [digital] text indexable andthus searchable”

      One could be tempted to assert that digitization is a matter of mediality, while the datafication is a matter of epistemological concern. It is to say that datafication is a particular gnoseological process that not only translate an 'event' from a medium to another, but rather a process of refinement of the event qualities.

  18. Apr 2021
    1. Events AAA and BBB are mutually exclusive (cannot both occur at once) if they have no elements in common.

      Events \(A\) and \(B\) are mutually exclusive (cannot both occur at once) if they have no elements in common.

      Events \(A\) and \(B\) are mutually exclusive if: $$P(A∩B)=0$$

    2. The complement of an event AAA in a sample space SSS, denoted AcAcA^c, is the collection of all outcomes in SSS that are not elements of the set AAA. It corresponds to negating any description in words of the event AAA.

      The complement of an event \(A\) in a sample space \(S\), denoted \(A^c\), is the collection of all outcomes in \(S\) that are not elements of the set \(A\). It corresponds to negating any description in words of the event \(A\).

      The complement of an event \(A\) consists of all outcomes of the experiment that do not result in event \(A\).

      Complement formula:


  19. Mar 2021
    1. Li, S., Sim, S.-C., Lee, L., Pollack, H. J., Wyatt, L. C., Trinh-Shevrin, C., Pong, P., & Kwon, S. C. (2017). Hepatitis B Screening and Vaccination Behaviors among a Community-based Sample of Chinese and Korean Americans in New York City. American Journal of Health Behavior, 41(2), 204–214. https://doi.org/10.5993/AJHB.41.2.12

  20. Feb 2021
    1. Note that the path ends in its very own end, signalizing a new end state, or outcome. The end’s semantic is :with_cc.
  21. Jan 2021
    1. Knowing exactly what happens in your application can mean the difference between feeling in full control or experiencing deep frustration. Personally, unknowns drive me crazy, which in turn often leads to all sorts of experiments and/or debug sessions.
    1. beforeUpdate(async () => { console.log('the component is about to update'); await tick(); console.log('the component just updated'); });
    1. “Once” handlers Say a button does something pretty darn important, like submitting a payment. It would be pretty scary if it was programmed such that clicking the button multiple times submitted multiple payment requests. It is situations like this where you would attach a click handler to a button that only runs once. To make that clear to the user, we’ll disable the button on click as well.
  22. Dec 2020
    1. etainee abuse scandal


    2. how naked prisoners being subjected to sexual humiliation by American women

      event = sexual humiliation - why is it important that it is done by women? Why is not a stronger word than humiliation used?

    1. Saad Naif said he saw a prisoner shot dead at Abu Ghraib when he approached the razor wire.
    2. Seeing her lying bound in the sun, the brother angrily started to cross the razor wire ringing his tent, "and they shot him in the shoulder," Naif said.
    3. punished by having rations reduced or withdrawn,
    4. "The Gardens" – a razor-wire enclosure where prisoners were made to lie face down on the burning sand for two or three hours, hands bound.
    5. Sometimes we'd fight the Americans with tent poles. The Americans would come at us behind riot shields, firing plastic bullets and electric pistols (stun guns).
    6. He said two died in the next tent while he was there.
    7. Water was the first concern for internees everywhere, especially as summer temperatures topped 120 degrees. There was never enough to drink and wash with, they said.
    8. ICRC's decision to reduce its Baghdad staff, because of the bombing of its headquarters, may limit its ability to visit detention sites.

      rationalizing lack of agency as a consequence of resistance

    9. organization's policy does not allow any public comment on any abuse or other poor conditions detected

      policy is prohibiting accountability

    10. representatives are the only outsiders allowed into the camps

      explains why testimonies are so sparse

    11. listing and processing of detainees has improved in recent weeks.


    12. In toppling the Saddam government last April, the U.S.-British invasion force inherited a legal vacuum and began incarcerating ordinary criminals with prisoners of war and less well-defined detainees.
    13. In one, four soldiers are accused of beating Iraqi prisoners; in the other, two Marines are charged in connection with an Iraqi's death in detention.

      legal proceedings

    14. Baghdad airport's overcrowded Camp Cropper, was closed.
    15. riots, punishment in the sun

      on the subject of event: accounts of abuse have not yet solidified in the international press as a single event & scandal as evidenced here by a lack of proper nouns in the article's headline. does this factor actually affect the event's reception?

    1. For example, an event handler callback that can be used to handle both fullscreenchange and fullscreenerror might look like this:
    1. A listener watches for an event to be fired. For example, a KeyListener waits for KeyEvents, a MessageListener waits for messages to arrive on a queue and so on. The handler is responsible for dealing with the event. Normally, listeners and handlers go hand-in-hand. For example, the KeyListener tells the ExitHandler that "the letter Q was pressed" and the handler performs logic such as cleaning up resources and exiting the application gracefully. Similary a ButtonClickListener would tell the same ExitHandler that the "Exit button was clicked". So, in this case you have two different events, two different listeners but a single handler.

      You can use the same handler for multiple events/listeners.

    2. The most basic difference is the association Listener is associated with Event Source (Ex: key board) Handler is associated with an Event (Ex: keydown)
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    1. Part of the functionality that is returned are event handlers. I'd like to avoid needing to manually copy the events over one by one so the hook implementation details are hidden.
    1. A quick note: During Week 4, there are multiple events happening:

      1) On Thursday, September 17 at 4pm: there is a presentation on Indigenous Studies hosted by UMD.

      2) On Friday, September 18 at noon (aka during our class), there is a book launch hosted by the History Department.

      3) We still have reading listed for Friday, September 18.

      Numbers 2 and 3 are required. Number 1 is strongly recommended.

      Your weekly response can be on 1, 2, or 3

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