Brexit stems from a civil war in capitalism – we are all just collateral damage | Brexit | The Guardiantheguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/nov/24/brexit-capitalism
To one sort of capitalist, the insecurity and chaos that Brexit will bring is horrifying. To the other, it is highly profitable
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Psychology of Code Readability | by Egon Elbre | Mediummedium.com/@egonelbre/psychology-of-code-readability-d23b1ff1258a
By no means should this be regarded as truth, but rather a model that I’ve found extremely helpful in understanding and finding better ways of writing code. I think one of the things every programmer…
Can You Get Coronavirus Inside a Restaurant? - The Atlantictheatlantic.com/politics/archive/2020/11/can-you-get-coronavirus-inside-restaurant/617151/
The risk of catching the coronavirus is much higher indoors.
How do you write simple explanations without sounding condescending?jvns.ca/blog/2020/11/15/simple-explanations-without-sounding-condescending/
How do you write simple explanations without sounding condescending?
Trump Is Trying to Overturn the Election, but I’m Not Panicking—Yet | The Nationthenation.com/article/politics/biden-victory-trump-lawsuit/
All the reasons I think the Trump-GOP gambit to deny Biden’s victory will not change the fact that he will become president on January 20.
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Response to Kohavi's note on non-significance in A/B testing - Big Data, Plainly Spoken (aka Numbers Rule Your World)junkcharts.typepad.com/numbersruleyourworld/2020/01/response-to-kohavis-note-on-non-significance-in-ab-testing.html
Kaiser Fung (Principal Analytics Prep, Numbersense) explains a note on A/B testing by Ron Kohavi, which advises against adopting treatments deemed statistically insignificant.