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  1. Mar 2021
  2. Feb 2021
    1. Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) is a standard for business process modeling that provides a graphical notation for specifying business processes in a Business Process Diagram (BPD),[3] based on a flowcharting technique very similar to activity diagrams from Unified Modeling Language (UML).
    1. Now if you think about it, PJAX sounds a lot like Turbolinks. They both use JS to fetch server-rendered HTML and put it into the DOM. They both do caching and manage the forward and back buttons. It's almost as if the Rails team took a technique developed elsewhere and just rebranded it.
  3. Jan 2021
    1. Both are elements positioned near a "reference" element, and are hidden until they are triggered. They help conserve space by hiding secondary information or functionality behind a hover or click. They are positioned outside the normal flow of the document so when they are triggered, they are overlaid on top of the existing UI without disrupting the flow of content.
  4. Nov 2020
    1. In both schools, institutions are important for politics because they structure political behavior.

      the idea that people act on rational interests is commonality.

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  5. Oct 2020
    1. Solid is similar to remoteStorage in that it allows apps and services (including unhosted web apps) to store the user's data under the user's control.
  6. Aug 2020
    1. You can also think about each one with the way we stress the different syllables slightly when we're speaking: "log in to host.com" sounds like "log + in + to host.com" (each word is pretty much evenly stressed) "log into host.com" sounds like "log + INto host.com" (the stress is on "in") "login to host.com" sounds like "LOGin + to host.com" (the stress is on "log")

      I wouldn't have thought about using the way we pronounce it to make a point about grammar, but somehow it seems to help slightly to make the point.

  7. Jul 2020
    1. A typical tagline is short -- many are seven words or less – and you can think of it as a linguistic counterpart to your company’s logo.
    1. If you have an object of properties, you can 'spread' them on to a component instead of specifying each one: <Info {...pkg}/>
  8. May 2020
  9. Aug 2019
    1. heseclerksareoftenmen,whoeremorevile&treacherousthantheInda.themselves

      the clerks from the trading posts (sent by Aitkin) are described as worse than the Natives in terms of civility

    2. ButafterallthereisnotsogreatadifferencebetweentheseInds.&ourvoyageursasonemightsuppose.fortheyoftenreoievetheirrationofflourintheirpockethandkerchieforhat

      provisions are received by Natives and soldiers alike in dirty clothes

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  10. Dec 2018
    1. such personal advantages

      Another conceited man along the lines of Persuasion's Sir Elliot.

    2. volume of Camilla

      Charlotte has similar reading tastes to Catherine (Northanger Abbey).

  11. Oct 2017
    1. classic T-cell activation by pMHC-TCR interaction and the BiTE® mode of action share several features: (i) Formation of BiTE®-mediated cytolytic synapses structurally resembles normal immunologic synapses. (ii) Induction of full-blown T-cell activation utilizes common signal transduction pathways. This leads to upregulation of activation markers, cytokine release, and proliferation, and is strictly target cell-dependent. (iii) Redirected lysis of target cells is mediated by induction of apoptosis as evidenced by perforin and granzyme B release, caspase 3/7 activation, PARP cleavage, DNA fragmentation, and membrane blebbing and perforation. (iv) T cells can adopt a serial lysis mode to sequentially kill multiple target cells.

      similarities between adaptive immune response and bite

  12. Feb 2017
    1. sannah Wesley, who had led large prayer meetings in their home when her Anglican priest husband was absent. W

      Beginning with Margaret Fell in the late seventeenth century, Quaker women were among the first lo speak in public on social issues, Similar behavior between the two woman of allowing meetings in their homes. Only difference was that Margaret ended up in prison.

    1. we’re both so focused on what the other is saying or doing that’s wrong that we barely hear anything else. There may have been a time when we might listen to what the other has to say politely, but those days are long gone.

      I believe this statement can sum up many if not almost all of the arguments we have with friends. We just focus on what they are doing wrong or saying wrong at the moment that we forget how much we actually have in common thus making us FRIENDS. I believe the author puts it greatly that the time to be polite is long gone. Could this because of the growing trend of social media?