6 Matching Annotations
  1. Apr 2021
    1. <aside> is appropriate if the side note "could be considered separate from the content"

      From a programmer's perspective:

      • It shouldn't be in an <aside>, if it is actually directly about what is in <main>
      • An <aside> should be able to be evaluated on its own, (almost entirely) in isolation from, and not dependent on anything in, the <main> content. This could be especially important/relevant for screen readers.
  2. Oct 2017
    1. When was the last time you heard of a public utility starting up in someone’s garage?

      Rethorically pleasant, but a misleading statement. Until some years ago, you had probably also never heard of a billion-dollar company starting up in someone's garage. The productive potential of garages has risen astonishingly.

  3. Apr 2016
    1. If your desired username is already taken, we will be happy to help you acquire it for your account or channel, provided that you have that same username on at least two of these services: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram.

      Strange policy - "acquiring it for you" implies "taking it from someone else". To make a Telegram account and be sure others will not take it from you, you thus have to also check and create accounts on those other services.

  4. Dec 2015
  5. arxiv.org arxiv.org
    1. not clear how it can be applied toReLU autoencoders

      But other sparsity measures than KL divergence are still applicable, e.g. penalising the sum of the absolute activities (\(\sum_i \left|h_i\right|\))

    1. a probabilistic model QQ that in some sense approximates the natural distribution of data PP

      Note that many sources use the letters P and Q the other way around.