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  1. Sep 2020
    1. There are two display values: block and inline A block-level element always starts on a new line and takes up the full width available An inline element does not start on a new line and it only takes up as much width as necessary The <div> element is a block-level and is often used as a container for other HTML elements The <span> element is an inline container used to mark up a part of a text, or a part of a document

  2. Aug 2020
    1. Blockchain isn’t just a distributed database, it’s a very specific kind of distributed database where the database maintainers aren’t authenticated: anyone can be a blockchain maintainer without revealing who they are or having any kind of privileged relationship with other maintainers. the set of maintainers changes over time. New maintainers come in, existing maintainers leave, without central planning or predictability. The maintainers of the Bitcoin blockchain 5 years ago are very different from the maintainers today.

      Blockchain is a special kind of distributed database. A database where (1) the maintainers are not authenticated and (2) where there is a cycling of maintainers over time.

  3. Jun 2020
  4. May 2020
    1. Implementing prior blocking and asynchronous re-activation Our prior blocking option prevents the installation of non-exempt cookies before user consent is obtained (as required by EU law) and asynchronously activates (without reloading the page) the scripts after the user consents.To use, you must first enable this feature: simply select the “Prior blocking and asynchronous re-activation” checkbox above before copy and pasting the code snippet into the HEAD as mentioned in the preceding paragraph.
  5. Apr 2020
    1. Allows you to autodetect and limit prior-blocking and cookie consent requests only to users from the EU – where this is a legal requirement – while running cookies scripts normally in regions where you are still legally allowed to do so.
    2. Enables the blocking of scripts and their reactivation only after having collected user consent. If false, the blocked scripts are always reactivated regardless of whether or not consent has been provided (useful for testing purposes, or when you’re working on your project locally and don’t want pageviews to be counted). We strongly advise against setting "priorConsent":false if you need to comply with EU legislation. Please note that if the prior blocking setting has been disabled server side (via the checkbox on the flow page), this parameter will be ineffective whether it’s set to true or false.
  6. Mar 2020
    1. If other third-party tools guarantee not to use cookies, perhaps by providing specific configuration options, they too can be considered to be exempt from prior blocking. This is the case namely with YouTube, which provides a specific feature to prevent the user from being tracked through cookies.
    2. This depends on the legal jurisdiction applicable to your site. In Europe, you’re legally required to block cookie scripts until user consent is obtained. All cookies must be blocked except for those that are exempt.
  7. Apr 2018
    1. | 4.0 | 12.0 | 9.0 | 7.810249675906654 |

      No result block is generated

    2. #+NAME: roots_of_list #+BEGIN_SRC python :var lst=cubes :results list import math return [ math.sqrt(n) for n in lst ] #+END_SRC

      This block runs as expected

    3. #+CALL: roots_of_list( lst='(16 144 81 61) )

      But the roots_of_list recall here Throws the error: lst not found in this buffer

  8. Dec 2017
  9. Apr 2017
    1. Commissioned Review

      Block quote problem (already noted by Dan) at S-19.

    2. Peer-Reviewed Article

      S-22. List incorrectly in block quotes. 10 lines.

  10. Jan 2016
    1. It is the third bucket that contains the most ambitious applications: “smart contracts” that execute themselves automatically under the right circumstances. Bitcoin can be “programmed” so that it only becomes available under certain conditions.

      In other words, it can facilitate a deferred payment system that works when the payer provides payment in escrow, like Kickstarter and other crowdfunding systems. It could manage deposits on purchase-and-sale agreements and handle escrows on legal judgments, without a third party holding title to the money. The core financial system itself could hold the money.

      Could it be made into a complete deferred payment system for managing loans, mortgages, and coupon bonds? I don’t know how, since the source of those payments is outside the bitcoin system and generally doesn’t exist at the time of the loan or bond purchase. But imagine if a financial system was entirely built around a programmable trust system, then financial instruments themselves become a part of the logic of a company’s assets and liabilities. When a corporate bond coupon comes due the company treasurer doesn't create a transaction, instead the coupon payment is automatically transferred to the holder of the bond by the financial system itself. That is, the structure of the bond has been integrated directly into the financial system for automatic execution.

      If a future government were to implement blockchain technology and legislate its adoption throughout the financial community (perhaps as an option, in parallel with the pre-existing system), it could 'write the code' for legally certified instruments like corporate bonds, mortgages, car loans. It could further write legally permissible derivatives of those instruments (yes, derivatives have tremendous value in reducing risk, when used wisely).

      At that point, financial companies like Vanguard or Fidelity could issue mutual funds whose prospecti assert that the only kind of instruments held by the fund were those certified by the government to use the legislated systems. This could reasonably allow safe and less expensive adoption of powerful financial instruments with far less risk to the system.

      Sure there are plenty of flaws and dangers in this kind of a system. But could they be worked out to create a safer, less expensive, more transparent and more accessible financial system than we currently have? Would it help engender some of the trust that has most recently been lost?

  11. Dec 2015
  12. Nov 2015
    1. What is not excellent is that you are not yet spontaneously choosing to avail yourself of the answers by means by being the Door on a continuous basis. It is as though it were in some way more laborious than figuring the answer out, or simply postponing having the answer. I want you to take some time to examine what this reluctance is, so that you may understand it better. I could tell you, but I want you to learn it for yourself.

      This is true for me!! To continuously abide conscious of Being, where answers are found, I often still attempt to figure things out.

      I haven't really learned how to do it, or I tell myself that at least.

  13. Oct 2015
    1. However, as long as you are blinded by the belief that it is not You, and that it is “out there”—separate, apart, and existing on its own—it is not available to you for you to experience as your Self. This is a key point in the unfoldment of one’s conscious experience of being as Conscious Being or Fourth-dimensional Man.

      Belief in "other" - separation, blocks the experience of Being as You. The recognition of Oneness is a key point in the journey of awakening.