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‘Still Processing’ Talks The N-Word: The Most Offensive Word in the English Language - The New York Times
The hosts of Still Processing confront the most offensive word in the English language — and discover its “impossible beauty.”
Intro and Welcome:
We all know it’s gonna fail…
Feature of the Week:
Prototyping cause you asked for it… Again.
Practicing the Pitch:
Rob pitches a game that is not at all about Stargate. Not at all.
Iain and Seb kick off the new format show talking about Windows 8, iOS development, the New Adventures conference and nerd comedy.
(NB: I need to check their feed links as am subscribed but Pocket Casts not picked it up.)
Vincent, Alan, Rich, and Kathy resume the virology 101 series with a discussion of RNA capping, splicing, and export.
David Allen & his team share about processing, including keys for getting to inbox zero, why things get stuck, the process for deciding and more.
Fast, accurate, and scalable natural language processing in Python
As the amount of text available on the internet and in businesses continues to increase, the need for fast and accurate language analysis becomes more prominent. This week Matthew Honnibal, the creator of SpaCy, talks about his experiences researching natural language processing and creating a library to make his findings accessible to industry.
Ep 1 : “Politics is the Education of the Body through Struggle” with Phillip Neel, Jarrod Shanahan, & Zhandarka Kurti
Cinder Bloc. is a project developed out of Red May in Seattle, Washington. Episode 1 is the first of a two-part discussion we shared with Phillip Neel, Jarrod Shanahan, and Zhandarka Kurti. Recorded in the first week of December 2020, we wanted to reflect on the apparently increasing stakes of 2020, from the pandemic to the George Floyd Rebellions and, most presciently, looking to the then recent 2020 US presidential election. Whether Trump or Biden took the chair, the coming November election had every source from Fox and MSNBC to your favorite Signal thread buzzing with anticipation of political crisis and civil unrest. Would the election push the summer heatwave into the winter or would it bring a cold front?
We of Cinder Bloc. thought we had seen the trail go cold by the beginning of December. But Zhana, Jarrod, and Phil suggested otherwise. While not entirely in agreement, their arguments aligned toward one direction : ‘just you wait and see because something’s on the way.’
Almost a month later to the day, the Capitol riots shocked the US as neo-nazis, white-supremacists, and the fascist right-wave protests swept the Capitol and pockets around North America. Now on the cusp of J20 and warnings of revanchist, "angry and armed to the teeth" protests taking to the streets, what unr…
Original video: https://www.patreon.com/posts/ep-1-politics-is-46409758
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We got a lot of feedback about episode 5 Word Processing and Writing, apparently people just keep looking for better word processors. So, we decided to do another show on a single application, Scrivener. Scrivener is a word processor and project managemen
Seb sits Iain down for “the talk” about where electronics come from.
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