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1. Mar 2023
2. blog.cmpxchg8b.com blog.cmpxchg8b.com
1. Here are the main arguments I’ve heard for SMS 2FA: SMS 2FA can prevent phishing. SMS 2FA can’t prevent phishing, but it can prevent “credential stuffing”. We have data proving that SMS 2FA is effective. I’ll cover some other weaker arguments I’ve heard too, but these are the important ones.
2. Don’t let the perfect be the enemy of the good. Seat belts aren’t perfect either, do you argue we shouldn’t wear them? Etc, etc. This argument only works if what you’re defending is good. As I’ve already explained, SMS-2FA is not good.

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3. Aug 2022
4. www.uml-diagrams.org www.uml-diagrams.org
1. The interaction operator seq means that the combined fragment represents a weak sequencing between the behaviors of the operands.
2. Weak sequencing reduces to a parallel merge when the operands are on different sets of participants. Weak sequencing reduces to strict sequencing when the operands work on the same participant.

weak sequencing - reduces to: - or: - parallel (simultaneous) - strict sequencing

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5. Jul 2022
6. www.reddit.com www.reddit.com
1. probefahrer · 7 hr. agoAre you familiar with Mark Granovetter‘s theory of weak ties?He used it in the sense of the value of weak social connections but I am pretty sure one could make a case for weak connections in a Zettelkasten as being very valuable

Humanity is a zettelkasten in biological form.

Our social ties (links) putting us into proximity with other humans over time creates a new links between us and our ideas, and slowly evolves new ideas over time. Those new ideas that win this evolutionary process are called innovation.

The general statistical thermodynamics of this idea innovation process can be "heated up" by improving communication channels with those far away from us (think letters, telegraph, radio, television, internet, social media).

This reaction can be further accelerated by actively permuting the ideas with respect to each other as suggested by Raymond Llull's combinatorial arts.

motivating reference: Matt Ridley in The Rational Optimist

link to: - Mark Granovetter and weak ties - life of x

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7. May 2022
8. educationalist.substack.com educationalist.substack.com
1. Crowdsourcing ideas

This is the part that interests me the most. So many workplaces, when they want to share ideas, immediately think of writing articles, delivering presentations, and recording podcasts or videos - we live in a world with so much content already, but we're obsessed with making more. Sometimes it seems to serve the creator more than the audience. But if we look at a 'Strength of Weak Ties' approach, we're probably more likely to share more information more widely if we create connections over content. (I know, I sound like a connectivist now.) If our ultimate aim in learning design is to share knowledge on pedagogy and technology, surely we would want to go with the methods that work best? See Roxå et al. (2011), 'Understanding and influencing teaching and learning cultures at university: a network approach', for the source of my obsession. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10734-010-9368-9

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9. Apr 2022
10. www.learncpp.com www.learncpp.com
1. std::shared_ptr can be used when you need multiple smart pointers that can co-own a resource. The resource will be deallocated when the last std::shared_ptr goes out of scope. std::weak_ptr can be used when you want a smart pointer that can see and use a shared resource, but does not participate in the ownership of that resource.

weak_ptr 的适用场景

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11. Nov 2021
12. github.com github.com
1. Calling a software convention "pretty 90s" somewhat undermines your position. Quite a lot of well-designed software components are older than that. If something is problematic, it would be more useful to argue its faults. When someone cites age to justify change, I usually find that they're inexperienced and don't fully understand the issues or how their proposed change would impact other people.

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13. github.com github.com
1. Alternatively, you could create a weak relationship: interface WeakHashmap<V> { [key: string]: V[keyof V]; }
2. type Hashmap<K, V> = { [k in K]: V; }

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14. Sep 2021
1. People with weak immune systems may need COVID booster shots: Infectious disease expert. (n.d.). Fox Business. Retrieved 17 September 2021, from http://video.foxbusiness.com/v/6272871561001/

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16. Jul 2021
17. blog.appsignal.com blog.appsignal.com
1. But having an experienced team that knows the codebase well as an argument for using them is weird and not strong.

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18. Jan 2021
19. jaewon1013.github.io jaewon1013.github.io
1. Theownerentitysetandtheweakentitysetmustparticipateina one-to-manyrelationshipset(oneownerentityisassociatedwithoneormoreweakentities,buteachweakentityhasa singleowner).Thisrelationshipsetiscalledtheidentifyingrelationshipsetoftheweakentityset

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20. Oct 2020
21. appliednetsci.springeropen.com appliednetsci.springeropen.com
1. Social scientist, on the other hand, have focused on what ties are more likely to bring in new information, which are primarily weak ties (Granovetter 1973), and on why weak ties bring new information (because they bridge structural holes (Burt 2001), (Burt 2005)).

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22. Sep 2020
23. www.thelancet.com www.thelancet.com
1. Torres, Irene, Osvaldo Artaza, Barbara Profeta, Cristina Alonso, and JaHyun Kang. ‘COVID-19 Vaccination: Returning to WHO’s Health For All’. The Lancet Global Health 0, no. 0 (25 September 2020). https://doi.org/10.1016/S2214-109X(20)30415-0.

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24. Aug 2020
25. english.stackexchange.com english.stackexchange.com
1. As a web designer, I hate that "log in" creates a visual space between the words. If you line up "Log In Register" - is that three links or two? This creates a Gestalt problem, meaning you have to really fiddle with spacing to get the word groupings right, without using pipe characters.

Sure, you can try to solve that problem by using a one-word alternative for any multi-word phrase, but that's not always possible: there isn't always a single word that can be used for every possible phrase you may have.

Adjusting the letter-spacing and margin between items in your list isn't that hard and would be better in the long run since it gives you a scalable, general solution.

"Log in" is the only correct way to spell the verb, and the only way to be consistent with 1000s of other phrasal verbs that are spelled with a space in them.

We don't need nor want an exception to the general rule just for "login" just because so many people have made that mistake.

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26. www.nber.org www.nber.org
1. Jones, Callum J, Thomas Philippon, and Venky Venkateswaran. ‘Optimal Mitigation Policies in a Pandemic: Social Distancing and Working from Home’. Working Paper. Working Paper Series. National Bureau of Economic Research, April 2020. https://doi.org/10.3386/w26984.

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27. May 2020
28. rai.onlinelibrary.wiley.com rai.onlinelibrary.wiley.com
1. Using a very different theoretical approach, Robbins (2009a) suggests that one of the primary reasons for Pentecostal expansion among those most disenfranchised by late capitalism may very well be the ease with which this religion creates social cohesion despite the ‘institutional deficit’ of the neoliberal global order (B. Martin 1998: 117‐18

This is very interesting to me because of the absence of the state and Catholic church, which led to the growth of prosperity gospel within the Brazilian lower classes. In other words, a clash between "pre-modern" and "post-modern". "Institutional deficit" is a key word coming from the available journal article Robbins (2009a). Martin (1998) is a book chapter that interested me a lot as well, and it is available at the library but not eletronically (maybe Libgen?).

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29. Feb 2019
30. static1.squarespace.com static1.squarespace.com
1. he power of eloquence only in the hands of the wicked

Weak defense

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31. static1.squarespace.com static1.squarespace.com
1. owerful instrument of error and deceit,

Weak defense much?

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32. Sep 2017
33. rampages.us rampages.us
1. weak ties in our digital connections or networks,

Are weak ties now more important than strong ties for seeking and finding social support? I am thinking of discussion boards/forums.

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34. rampages.us rampages.us
1. knowledge het-erogeneity. Factors such as age, gender, livelihood, residence,education, household income, and integration into the marketeconomy have been shown to correlate with variation

Weak ties also induces heterogeneity in knowledge.

2. mphasize its normative, shared,inter-generationally transmitted characteristics rather than itsheterogeneity, emergence, and practical application.

I wonder about weak vs strong ties. This strikes me as a difference, i.e. heterogeneity. I also wonder about knowledge network analysis...maybe this is about how knowledge travels.

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35. rampages.us rampages.us
1. job depends more on people to who we are weakly tied rather than strongly tied.

This is the entire premise of LinkedIn. I wonder if Granovetter gets a cut of the LinkedIn profits?

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36. rampages.us rampages.us
1. fully integrate into the society.

I wonder if people with social anxiety fear weak ties more? What is the psychological relationship between strong and weak ties? I also wonder about social mobility--do those at the higher levels have more weak ties? Spend more time on their weak ties?

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37. rampages.us rampages.us
1. weak ties has forever altered how we approach the world

What do you think some of those changes are? Do you think we recognize the number and value of our weak ties differently than we did prior to social media?

2. weak ties.

TRUE! We can't know everyone REALLY well. In fact, we have more weak ties than strong.

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38. rampages.us rampages.us
1. weak ties influence us or our networks?

Think of this question in Week #3 when you read 'strength of weak ties'. Do people with large FB networks have better job prospects?

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39. May 2017
40. static1.squarespace.com static1.squarespace.com
1. The good kind is used in good causes, the bad kind in bad causes. Our kind is the good kind; the bad kind is used by our opponents

It may ignore rhetoric, but it does have its advantages. Factors like your audience, topic, or motive all play role in your usage of the strong or weak defense. And, we've all seen the weak defense beat the strong defense several times this past year.

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41. Mar 2017
42. static1.squarespace.com static1.squarespace.com
1. who expected rhetoric to act on the imagination to se-cure the triumph of reason.

Weak defense.

2. Truth, it was held, presided over a dialectical discussion, and the in-terlocutors had to reach agreement about it by themselves, whereas rhetoric taught only how to present a point of view-that is to say, a partial aspect of the question-and the decision of the issue was left up to a third person

Weak defense.

43. static1.squarespace.com static1.squarespace.com
1. We have not here in view the more familiar ways in which words may be used to deceive. In a later chapter, when the function of language as an instrument for the promotion of purposes rather than as a means of !iymbolizing references is fully discussed, we shall see how the intention of the speaker may complicate the situation.

It seems as though this reading vacillates between weak defense and strong defense more than others.

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44. Feb 2017
45. static1.squarespace.com static1.squarespace.com
1. as a solution to problems raised by traditional theo-ries of language and meaning.

So wouldn't presenting rhetoric as a solution be a version of the weak defense for other disciplines?

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46. static1.squarespace.com static1.squarespace.com
1. i11.\'tru111e111al arts; and, as such, applicat,/e

The language of instrumental and applicable certainly suggests a weak defense at work here.

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47. static1.squarespace.com static1.squarespace.com
1. Our eyes and hands and feet will give us the ~~'.r , same assistance in doing mischief as in doing ~. good; but it would not therefore be better for the "'""- world that all mankind were blind and lame

A pretty powerful articulation of the weak defense,

2. Hence it hath become a common topic with rhetoricians, that, in order to be a successful orator, one must be a good ~ . man; for to be good is the only sure way of ci..~ being long esteemed good, and to be esteemed ~ good is previously necessary 10 one's being 6 .... •~ heard with due allention and regard.

Ah, yes, the weak defense.

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48. static1.squarespace.com static1.squarespace.com
1. hetoric and criticism have some-times been so managed as to tend to the corrup-tion, rather than to the improvement, of good taste and true eloquence. But sure it is equally possible to apply the principles of reason and good sense to this art, as to any other that is culti-vated among men.

I might be wrong, but... Weak Defense?

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49. Jan 2017
50. static1.squarespace.com static1.squarespace.com
1. First, to make known one man's (r thoughts or ideas to another; Secondly, to do it with as much ease and quickness as possible; and, Thirdly, thereby to convey the knowledge of things: language is either abused or deficient, when it fails of any of these three.

Another weak defense of language.

2. First, One for the recording of our own thoughts. Secondly, The other for the communicating of our thoughts to others

A weak defense of words?

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51. static1.squarespace.com static1.squarespace.com
1. Tolookatlanguageself-consciouslyistoplaygameswithit;tolookthroughlanguageunselfconsciouslyistoactpurposivelywithit

To oscillate between the weak and strong defenses.

A useful articulation of the Weak Defense.

3. theinterfacebetweenabsoluteandcontingentstatements

This is a very helpful way to understand the relationship between the Weak and the Strong defenses. That is, what the Weak Defense will treat as an absolute, the Strong Defense will treat as contingent.

4. endangeringpossibilities

These "endangering possibilities" are the focus of much of the Enlightenment thinkers we will shortly engage.

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52. Jun 2016
53. www.science.org www.science.org
1. Experience indicates that it can be accomplished best through the mediation of administrative law

Which experience indicate that ?

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54. Jan 2016
55. clintlalonde.net clintlalonde.net
1. insert reflective pause to acknowledge the power of weak tie networks here

And references to Granovetter, with his famous 1973 article. This [article on sports media and Twitter](http://www.cabdirect.org/abstracts/20143219270.html sounds contextually relevant.

2. On weak ties and faculty OER research

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56. Aug 2015
57. www.cs.kent.ac.uk www.cs.kent.ac.uk
1. Acquaintances, as compared to close friends, are more prone to move in different circles than oneself. Those to whom one is closest are likely to have the greatest overlap in contact with those one already knows, so that the information to which they are privy is likely to be much the same as that which one already has

Love this. Weak ties foster diversity of people and thought in one's network.

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58. Dec 2013
59. webserial.com webserial.com
1. I have available online

rewrite