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  1. Last 7 days
    1. Today, because we rely on copy-and-paste to surface such assets in new contexts, we lack the ability to maintain consistency and track provenance.

      That's an aspect of LiveClipboard that I don't think I considered at the time:

      https://www.infoworld.com/article/2657943/applications/microsoft-builds-bridges-with-live-clipboard.html

    1. Researchers from seven institutions of higher learning will begin enrolling students this fall in a new research project, “Digital Annotation Tools in the College Classroom: An Analysis of the Impact of Hypothesis on Student Reading and Writing Competency.”

      @jeremydean, are you in touch with these teachers? It would be interesting to watch this activity if they can provide urls or tags we can follow.

  2. Oct 2018
  3. Sep 2018
    1. lynchpin

      I've never seen this spelling.

      According to http://grammarist.com/spelling/linchpin-lynchpin/, it's " a somewhat common variant, its first syllable’s association with the unrelated verb lynch perhaps counts against it."

    1. enableExperimentalNewNoteButton¶ Boolean - Controls whether the experimental New Note button should be shown in the notes tab in the sidebar. (Default: false). true - The button is shown. false - The button is not shown.
  4. Aug 2018
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    1. Secondly, we were looking for a protocol that did not rely solely on identifying users via public/private crypto keys.
    2. the use of HTTP Basic or Digest Auth, and relying on Bearer Tokens as an authentication mechanism

      What are common pitfalls with this technique?

  5. developer.mozilla.org developer.mozilla.org
    1. This feature has been removed from the Web standards. Though some browsers may still support it, it is in the process of being dropped. Avoid using it and update existing code if possible; see the compatibility table at the bottom of this page to guide your decision. Be aware that this feature may cease to work at any time.
    1. Note: Several browser vendors (Chrome, Firefox) have removed support for the KEYGEN element, on which WebID-TLS relied for in-browser certificate generation.
    1. In Solid, certificate creation is typically done in the browser using the HTML5 keygen element, to provide a one-step creation and certificate publication user experience.
    1. Lorem ipsum

      Title Representativeness

      Does the title of the article accurately reflect the content of the article?

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      <div>[ "1.02.01:Completely Unrepresentative", "1.02.02:Somewhat Unrepresentative", "1.02.03:Somewhat Representative", "1.02.04:Completely Representative" ]</div>

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    1. When Russian forces delivered Asam al Alasam, the ISIS Supreme Leader in Iraq, to the American airbase as promised, he had an item with him they did not expect. Al Alasam had a nearly new, unlocked iPhone X. The phone was unscrambled and not secure at all, so it was believed to be a personal and family use phone. Still, the army chief engineer wanted it looked at. After nearly six weeks of unblocking text and manipulating code, they found a hidden phone list with direct numbers to some of the most powerful men on the planet. Al Alasam had Barack Obama, Justin Trudeau, Malcolm Reynolds, Sandy Batt AND President Dale Goff all on speed dial. Just knowing Sandy Batt is a crime in Russia.
    1. The New Housing Crisis: Shut Out Of The Market
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    3. Home construction per household is now at its lowest levels in nearly six decades, according to researchers at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
    4. How School Walkouts Test Student Rights And School Responsibilities

      Title Representativeness

      How is the title unrepresentative? (select all that apply)

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      <div>[ "1.03.01:Title is on a different topic than the body", "1.03.02:Title emphasizes different information than the body", "1.03.03:Title carries little information about the body", "1.03.04:Title takes a different stance than the body", "1.03.05:Title overstates claims or conclusions in the body", "1.03.06:Title understates claims or conclusions in the body", "1.03.07:Other" ]</div>

      Answer:

      <div>1.03.01, 1.03.05, 1.03.07</div>

    5. How School Walkouts Test Student Rights And School Responsibilities

      Title Representativeness

      Does the title of the article accurately reflect the content of the article?

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      <div>[ "1.02.01:Completely Unrepresentative", "1.02.02:Somewhat Unrepresentative", "1.02.03:Somewhat Representative", "1.02.04:Completely Representative" ]</div>

      Answer:

      <div>1.02.02</div>

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      Answer:

      <div>1.01.02</div>

    1. “We’ve seen … company after company after company getting out [of Iran], so there’s no doubt [pressure] is working,” a senior administration official said.
  6. Jul 2018
    1. Straw Man Argument

      The app could link terms like this to definitions, perhaps pointing into a CredCo guidance doc, perhaps using frag ids to deeplink into them.

    2. #Calibrating Confidence

      There may be multiple expert opinions, this question reads like an aggregate judgement about all of them lumped together, is that the intent?

    3. this article

      For testing purposes, what are some sample articles?

    4. title

      This is spec'd as nohighlight but I think it would make sense to capture the title so it's part of the annotation and thus the data set.

    5. headline

      Headline means title?

    1. ./bin/hypothesis --dev groups add-open-group --authority partner.org --name Partner --creator admin --origin http://localhost:5050

      Error: No such command "groups".

      From @lyzadanger

      "You can do it through the admin web UI on the target h instance."

    2. couple of things

      Leave Redirect URL empty for both 1 and 2.

    1. Only for specific auth clients, this API call allows clients with a designated authority to create users within their authority.

      I think this means:

      1. Use the client id and client secret from https://hypothes.is/admin/oauthclients (for an oauth client created with type client_credentials) as the name:password in an basic HTTP auth request, e.g.:

      Authorization: Basic {client id}:{client_secret}

      1. The user is created pre-authenticated, but cannot login directly (https://github.com/hypothesis/h/blob/e7e797e30e8eba76d54be3aafb39f10ef1c53331/h/views/api/users.py#L25)

      As such, this is a building block for a yet-to-be created user provisioning mechanism.

      The Hypothesis LMS app will, presumably. be the first use of that mechanism, will enable auto-provisioning of Hypothesis users, and will enable serving a Hypothesis client that's auto-logged-in to those provisioned accounts.

      If I'm running a website with my own authenticated users, what is the plan to enable my site to deliver the same kind of experience w/respect to Hypothesis?

  7. Jun 2018
    1. Alas, the resulting film, made in association with Pepsi and directed by Charles Stone III, falls into a disappointingly formulaic lull for large stretches, squeezing all spontaneity from the proceedings.
    1. How hard would it be to wrap annotations in a  microformats2 after the api serves up the annotation.

      Should be straightforward.

    1. And in still other cases, assignments may have to be modified or beats changed.

      Test

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      not derived from the B, B disappears, goes to epsilon in the follow set of B

      rule 7 makes the capital B disappear

    2. using First()is not sufficien

      soon as you have the idea that capital leters can disappear you find that first is not enough

    3. Top-Down Parsing

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      S' is non-terminal so expand

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    6. Example

      not like natural deduction only one way

    7. Example

      not like natural deduction only one way

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      replace with AyB

    9. > S

      S' is non-terminal so expand

    10. Top-Down Parsing

      summary slide

    11. using First()is not sufficien

      soon as you have the idea that capital leters can disappear you find that first is not enough

    12. 7

      not derived from the B, B disappears, goes to epsilon in the follow set of B

      rule 7 makes the capital B disappear

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    1. antecedent inter-vention, seating arrangements may help tominimize or eliminate problem behavior with-out the need for consequence interventions

      In Keller and Schoenfeld (1950), They talk about behavior and it's relation to the environment (pg.2). Behavior is a response or reflex to a particular stimulus. The stimulus is something that comes before the behavior or response. " An environmental event becomes a stimulus by virtue of the fact that it is followed by a response" (Keller & Schoenfeld, 1950). The classroom environment can be a stimulus causing the response of disruptive behavior, in this study, or other challenging behavior. By changing the stimulus or environment, antecedent intervention, can then change the response resulting in a decrease in challenging behavior.

    2. purpose of this research was to examineclassroom disruptive behavio

      The dependent variable is disruptive behavior. This is the behavior that is predicted to change based on the intervention.

    3. student-versus teacher-selected seating arrangements inthe context of group and individual seatingarrangements

      The intervention that was used was a antecedent based intervention. That with the change in who selects the seats will determine the impact on the behavior.

    4. student-versus teacher-selected seating arrangements inthe context of group and individual seatingarrangements

      The intervention that was used was a antecedent based intervention. That with the change in who selects the seats will determine the impact on the behavior.

    5. purpose of this research was to examineclassroom disruptive behavio

      The dependent variable is disruptive behavior. This is the behavior that is predicted to change based on the intervention.

    6. antecedent inter-vention, seating arrangements may help tominimize or eliminate problem behavior with-out the need for consequence interventions

      In Keller and Schoenfeld (1950), They talk about behavior and it's relation to the environment (pg.2). Behavior is a response or reflex to a particular stimulus. The stimulus is something that comes before the behavior or response. " An environmental event becomes a stimulus by virtue of the fact that it is followed by a response" (Keller & Schoenfeld, 1950). The classroom environment can be a stimulus causing the response of disruptive behavior, in this study, or other challenging behavior. By changing the stimulus or environment, antecedent intervention, can then change the response resulting in a decrease in challenging behavior.

    7. DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF SEATING ARRANGEMENTS ONDISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR OF FIFTH GRADE STUDENTS DURINGINDEPENDENT SEATWORKDAVIDF. BICARD,ANGELAERVIN,SARAC. BICARD,ANDLAURABAYLOT-CASEY

      Reference: Bicard, D.F., Erven, A., Bicard, S.C., Baylot- Casey, L. (2012). Differential effects of seating arrangements on disruptive behavior of fifth grade students during independent seatwork. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis,45, 407-411.

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    1. A new ! post-fix expression operator may be used to assert that its operand is non-null and non-undefined in contexts where the type checker is unable to conclude that fact.

      This feels like a slippery slope...

    1. working

      This highlight begins a line.

    2. that’s something I had

      This highlight at the end of a line.

    1. politifact checked the claim:

      "Two-thirds of the people who use Medicaid are poor children, but two-thirds of the money is for long-term care for seniors, whether in a facility or at home."

      found at https://www.pgpf.org/what-we-are-doing/fiscal-summit

      and rated it:

      False

    1. From the dawn of the republic, American newspapers were supported by government subsidies. The advertising-supported model that has recently collapsed was a historical anomaly.
    1. In his meeting with the Russian attorney in June 2016, was Trump Jr. representing the campaign “in any way, shape or form”?
    1. The URL of the page that is hosting the claim (preferred).

      In practice, so far, this is rarely done.

  8. May 2018
    1. This is the quote checked by Politifact in http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2018/may/11/nancy-pelosi/nancy-pelosi-wrong-medicaids-role-children-elderly/

      <div class="article__statement" style="width: 918px;"> <div class="statement"> <div class="mugshot"> Pelosi </div> <div class="statement__body"> <div class="statement__text">"Two-thirds of the people who use Medicaid are poor children, but two-thirds of the money is for long-term care for seniors, whether in a facility or at home." </div>

      Nancy Pelosi on Thursday, May 10th, 2018 in remarks at the Peter G. Peterson Foundation

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    1. But Theresa May, I think to -- on the heels of the Skripal attack, of the Russian nerve poison on a former agent and for which she garnered considerable international support, riding that wave into this -- and that response was a surprise to her, I think, in many ways, that going into this without getting parliamentary support, which at best would have been ambiguous, given the level of divisiveness and the precariousness of her position in Parliament, meant that she went along with that, without consulting with lawmakers and the backlash has been not just from Jeremy Corbyn or the opposition but also within her party, where there's a lack of consensus on whether or not she should have gone into this with Donald Trump, with French president Emmanuel Macron without greater consultation with the international community.

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    1. So, you are talking about a soggy weekend, five, six, 700 upwards of 800 millimeters of rainfall in some of this regions across the northern tier of the island of Kawai.

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    2. The attack in Douma was horrific attack on civilians using chemical weapons part of a Civil War that has killed hundreds of thousands of people.

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    3. Again after public outrage grew and the two issues as you say, have come together, one is about the continuing concern about violence against women and people are asking more than five years after that awful rape, gang rape in Delhi in 2012.

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    1. He ordered a military strike on Syrian chemical weapons facilities but then he hesitated and then reversed direction on advice from his most senior advisers on taking sanctions against companies that helped facilitate that deadly chemical weapons infrastructure by Syria.

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    1. Well in everything any time that you're talking about Russia and the relationship between the United States and Russia, it's always in the context of this cloud that's over the president about whether or not he's got some kind of ulterior motive for his policies and looked the combination of James Comey going out there over the last several days saying I don't know if the Russians have something that they are using to blackmail the president, and then the sort of abrupt, like hey, I don't want to do sanctions on Russia, you know, yes, there were some sanctions but he was very much pushed in the direction by Capitol Hill and others.

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    1. $130,000, if that's viewed as a campaign contribution, that is $127,300 above the legal limit.

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    1. It's $131,000.

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    1. This was back in 2013 President Obama looked at that chemical attack, and at that point in time, his general was saying, hey, it's not a slam-dunk, because you can detect there were Syrian claims, you can detect Syrians dropped bombs, but it's sometimes hard to know if they dropped an existing vehicle of weapons, and Syria has been known to use chemical weapons, or if the Syrians did it.

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    2. I will do two things, balance the budget, balances over five years with a 1 percent across the board cut, but also expand health savings accounts larger than anyone has tried in the past.

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    3. A 1 percent cut each year is about $13 billion, actually balances the budget in five years.

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    4. I think when you win by three million votes but lose by less than 80,000 votes in three states that decided the election, there's a lot that should be factors, but I think this was a very significant factor.

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    1. They are originally from bacteria in fungi and they were designed to be much faster, 10 hundred times faster than the original within a period of five to 10 years.

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    1. But I'll tell you, some of these flexes that we're having here, one story I picked up that I've never told before or written, but William Webster, former head of the CIA, told me that -- it's one of his best stories, he's allowing me to tell it -- that they created a body double for George Herbert Walker Bush at CIA, meaning somebody who looked just like him and it was uncanny how much CIA had created a human that looked like 41.

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    1. Do you -- do you -- do you -- I'm sorry, do you disagree with the $4 million for school safety -- $4 billion for school safety, the $6 billion for opioids

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    1. Two-thirds of the people who use Medicaid are poor children, but two-thirds of the money is for long-term care for seniors, whether in a facility or at home.