5 Matching Annotations
  1. Dec 2019
    1. Another example: I didn’t find the Contexts useful, but I did want a way to sort my tasks by how long they take to complete, so I add items like “@5m” to tasks to mark how long I think they’ll take. When I have a few spare minutes I filter my list to show only quick tasks, and then get one of them done. It’s a simple thing, but it’s surprising how many little tasks I find myself doing during time I’d otherwise be watching YouTube videos.
  2. Oct 2019
    1. In Chrome browser, open Developer Tools and select Elements tab, then open the contextual menu of the parent node of the element you want to inspect, in the contextual menu click on Break on > Subtree modifications. Afterwards you just need to click on the page and you'll get on the inspector without losing focus or losing the element you want to inspect.
    2. (() => { debugger; }, 5000)
  3. Nov 2017
    1. While previous attempts to use CNNs to train generative adversarial networks were unsuccessful, when we modified their architecture to create DCGANs, we were able to visualize the filters the networks learned at each layer, thus opening up the black box.
  4. Jan 2016
    1. Teachers feel as if they have limited control over what happens in their classrooms; parents feel as if they have little control over what gets taught their children; and students feel as if they have no control over what or how they are taught.

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