10 Matching Annotations
 Jan 2018

www.antipope.org www.antipope.org

Dude, you broke the future!

 Jan 2016

blogs.scientificamerican.com blogs.scientificamerican.com

P(BE) = P(B) X P(EB) / P(E), with P standing for probability, B for belief and E for evidence. P(B) is the probability that B is true, and P(E) is the probability that E is true. P(BE) means the probability of B if E is true, and P(EB) is the probability of E if B is true.

The probability that a belief is true given new evidence equals the probability that the belief is true regardless of that evidence times the probability that the evidence is true given that the belief is true divided by the probability that the evidence is true regardless of whether the belief is true. Got that?

Initial belief plus new evidence = new and improved belief.


learning.blogs.nytimes.com learning.blogs.nytimes.com

Eight Ways to Experiment With Annotation Using The New York Times


www.theatlantic.com www.theatlantic.com

Here’s what the Finns, who don’t begin formal reading instruction until around age 7, have to say about preparing preschoolers to read: “The basis for the beginnings of literacy is that children have heard and listened … They have spoken and been spoken to, people have discussed [things] with them … They have asked questions and received answers.”


cristal.inria.fr cristal.inria.fr

The word, in the end, is the only system of encoding
Word not fungible

Among Hollywood writers, Disney has the reputation
Writers & Disney

In the part of Disney World called the Animal Kingdom
Maharajah Jungle Trek

I was in Disney World recently,
Disney mediated experience
