5 Matching Annotations
- Mar 2021
Lindow, Mike, David DeFranza, Arul Mishra, and Himanshu Mishra. ‘Scared into Action: How Partisanship and Fear Are Associated with Reactions to Public Health Directives’. PsyArXiv, 12 January 2021. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/8me7q.
- natural language
- gradient boosted decision trees
- federal government
- word embedding
- health directives
- political ideology
- Sep 2020
being able to compose multiple components' functionality via decoration (not creating new "combo" components or something) is more elegant, and something I wish React had.
The whole point of directives is composability. First: you can apply a directive to any component, even components included from other libraries. Second: you can apply multiple directives to the same component. Directives are decorators, so it's not the same thing.
- Mar 2018
I could not help but remember an Adjournment debate in the other place, over 30 years ago, when the late, great Reggie Bennett mentioned the problems that he had enjoying his favourite sport of swimming off the south coast. He said, “Mr Speaker, there are very few beaches onto which I can now go and swim. All I can do is go through the motions”. That just brings home, in a very simple but important way, that we owe a lot to directives that have come from Europe and been brought into our laws.
- Dec 2015