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  1. Comment on What's wrong with social science and how to fix it: Reflections after reading 2578 papers in ~science

  2. Comment on What's wrong with social science and how to fix it: Reflections after reading 2578 papers in ~science

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    What does it mean to predict what will replicate? I’m just starting my study as of this year and this interests me, do they mean “how well the paper will be recited?”

    What does it mean to predict what will replicate? I’m just starting my study as of this year and this interests me, do they mean “how well the paper will be recited?”

    2 votes
  3. Comment on What are your most obscure finds that are musically excellent? in ~music

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    Sick, I don’t listen to metal at all and I’ve saved Lifespan of a Moth to my library halfway though my first listen. It’s currently playing full blast while I get things done. Thanks for that....

    Sick, I don’t listen to metal at all and I’ve saved Lifespan of a Moth to my library halfway though my first listen. It’s currently playing full blast while I get things done.
    Thanks for that.

    King gizzard is absolutely one of my favourite bands of all time. Polygondwanaland is my favourite album of theirs. There’s so much going on and I love the Arabic sounding (I think) tone ladders.

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  4. Comment on What are your most obscure finds that are musically excellent? in ~music

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    Thanks for introducing me to Say Lou Lou, I dig them. I’ve listened to the rest too, good stuff. Got a good laugh out of supercalifraglicious.

    Thanks for introducing me to Say Lou Lou, I dig them. I’ve listened to the rest too, good stuff. Got a good laugh out of supercalifraglicious.

  5. What are your most obscure finds that are musically excellent?

    Sometimes when you visit a record store, you might decide to play that one album that caught your eye, and you discover it was just the thing you’re about. This is how I discovered The Flock’s...

    Sometimes when you visit a record store, you might decide to play that one album that caught your eye, and you discover it was just the thing you’re about.
    This is how I discovered The Flock’s Dinosaur Swamps. And similarly I’ve discovered Through The Looking Glass by Midori Takada (I’m not actually sure how specifically).

    (This might be a coy to expand my personal music library but let’s not think about that).

    I’m genuinely curious!

    14 votes
  6. Comment on What programming/technical projects have you been working on? in ~comp

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    I’m working on a system that arranges what I’ll be eating for the coming couple of days, with the idea that it’ll save me money and prevent food waste by managing ingredients cleverly. Right now,...

    I’m working on a system that arranges what I’ll be eating for the coming couple of days, with the idea that it’ll save me money and prevent food waste by managing ingredients cleverly.
    Right now, I’ve built a backend using Craft CMS, running on a raspberry pi at home, in which I can enter recipes and ingredients. Each ingredient has an expiration date, each recipe knows how much of every ingredient it must use.
    The system will send me a shopping list periodically and I will check off what I’ve bought, this way, by definition, the system will know the contents of my fridge within a week without me having explicitly fed everything in.

    Furthermore, I’ve built a frontend, and modified a kobo e-reader I’ve had lying around to display the recipe I’ll cook today and tomorrow. I mounted it on the wall, and seeing as it is an e ink display, it works gorgeously with my physical location: the sun sets into my kitchen when I cook, and the display is clear as can be.

    I still have to code the logic for meal planning (it’s all figured out, just not implemented.)
    It’ll take into account how often I’ve eaten each recipe, what recipe is (nearly) cookable, and if something absolutely has to go away, it’ll select the cheapest ingredients to throw away (and alert me of the waste, so that I can do something about it a head of time.)

    https://imgur.com/iLmgh45
    https://imgur.com/j60Pxg9

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  7. Comment on The zen of KISS Linux in ~comp

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    Seriously? Honestly I can’t tell anymore hahah, I reasoned it came from “wat matig zeg,” for example. Keep in mind Dutch is my second language!

    Seriously? Honestly I can’t tell anymore hahah, I reasoned it came from “wat matig zeg,” for example. Keep in mind Dutch is my second language!

  8. Comment on The zen of KISS Linux in ~comp

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    Off topic but I get the sneaking suspicion that you’re Dutch? :) ( I read “pretty average that” and that made me think that.)

    Off topic but I get the sneaking suspicion that you’re Dutch? :)
    ( I read “pretty average that” and that made me think that.)

  9. Comment on Five cheap(ish) things to make the perfect cup of coffee in ~food

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    I love good coffee, however I found that just buying good beans and using a percolator works for me :) Easy and consistent.

    I love good coffee, however I found that just buying good beans and using a percolator works for me :) Easy and consistent.

    1 vote
  10. Comment on The Sandman comic series has probably been the strongest influence on my life in recent times. Does this resonate? in ~books

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    That’s pretty accurate. Have you heard/read Gaiman saying he doesn’t consider this rape rape? I think Gaiman is into the business of writing stories that could be true. They don’t necessarily need...

    That’s pretty accurate. Have you heard/read Gaiman saying he doesn’t consider this rape rape? I think Gaiman is into the business of writing stories that could be true. They don’t necessarily need to avoid conflict topics.
    In my opinion, I’d rather be confronted with such things being possible (rape for example) than not see them brought up at all.
    I do get your point tho, having the protagonist rape someone ought to be a turn off to people looking to relate with him.

    Consider this too: the series focuses on Dream’s emotional growth. He gradually becomes less of a dick as the series progresses.
    Maybe Gaiman wanted to make dream rape someone so that later he could regret it.

  11. Comment on Implement progressive web app into the site in ~tildes

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    Specifically, the navigation bar would disappear and so will the bottom bar. Leaving you only with tildes, and no “browser”. Try pinning Instagram to the homescreen, for comparison.

    Specifically, the navigation bar would disappear and so will the bottom bar. Leaving you only with tildes, and no “browser”. Try pinning Instagram to the homescreen, for comparison.

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  12. Comment on The Sandman comic series has probably been the strongest influence on my life in recent times. Does this resonate? in ~books

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    So jealous! So you read through the individual comics, and then decided to buy the absolute edition? I wonder if it has extra bits and pieces sprinkled in on top of the original works...

    So jealous! So you read through the individual comics, and then decided to buy the absolute edition? I wonder if it has extra bits and pieces sprinkled in on top of the original works...

    2 votes
  13. The Sandman comic series has probably been the strongest influence on my life in recent times. Does this resonate?

    Written by Neil Gaiman and illustrated by various brilliant artists, The Sandman series has definitely had an enlightening and positive influence on my life. Much like Dream will say, it feels...

    Written by Neil Gaiman and illustrated by various brilliant artists, The Sandman series has definitely had an enlightening and positive influence on my life. Much like Dream will say, it feels like the comic speaks true words.
    For me — and I struggle with having had no role model — this comic series provides exactly that, in a way.

    I wonder, whether people here have read it, or bits of it, and what their opinions are.

    16 votes
  14. Comment on What's one thing you HAVEN'T been able to find online, no matter how hard you tried? in ~talk

  15. Comment on What's one thing you HAVEN'T been able to find online, no matter how hard you tried? in ~talk

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    I definitely would! Hi haven't a clue where to start but I suppose there are websites I could read up on, I entertained the idea before.

    I definitely would! Hi haven't a clue where to start but I suppose there are websites I could read up on, I entertained the idea before.

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  16. Comment on What's one thing you HAVEN'T been able to find online, no matter how hard you tried? in ~talk

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    My little sister. She was taken from us by social security when I was (around) seven and she around four years old, while we were living in Israel. Taken on account of -- as far as I know --...

    My little sister. She was taken from us by social security when I was (around) seven and she around four years old, while we were living in Israel. Taken on account of -- as far as I know -- inappropriate domestic conditions. I wont go in to too much detail for the sake of privacy but I think this choice has been more destructive than constructive as far as her well being is concerned. I was taken too, around that time. And transported from place to place, having mostly the worst time of my life but admittedly occasionally also having built some great memories and values.
    I got to see my little sister every once in a while (couple of months?) for an hour, on the minute. My mother was allowed to be there, too. My sister was adopted into an orthodox family and it was blatant that they force their way of life onto her, nothing unexpected here, just a tragedy if you ask me.
    Meanwhile I managed to escape by means of ambulance and a cooperative mother, having since flown into The Netherlands. I've been looking for my sister on and off for seven years and all I can say is that her online absence is very, very unsettling. I've got her birth certificate, among other documents, but none of them proved to contain a lead to anything that exists about her online.
    Our family has no right to any information about my sister, as far as the Israeli courts are concerned.

    P.S. It's sort of nice being able to talk about this to anyone who might listen, oddly so. I don't often find myself in a situation where I can converse about this topic with it being inline with the conversation that is already ongoing.

    33 votes