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  1. Tru-Don’t You Want Me Baby (Part 1)

    On this episode of TyksySour, Michael is joined by Eleanor Mae O’Hagan and Luke Savage to discuss the upcoming Canadian elections, Warren vs Sanders in the US, and the latest Brexit headlines.

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    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dyqipW_ekgg
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  2. Hacking on Lisp (Guile), Guix, free software/culture conversations!

    Original video: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/492992667
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Fri, 11 Oct 2019 11:57:43 GMT Available for 30 days after download

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  3. Labour’s Green New Deal and an era of public luxury | Michael Walker meets Rebecca Long-Bailey

    At Labour Party conference 2019 Michael Walker sat down with Shadow Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Rebecca Long-Bailey to discuss the Green New Deal motion passed at conference, a new era of ‘public luxury’ and more.

    We’re currently fundraising for a new studio! Head to http://support.novaramedia.com and help us get there.

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  4. #58 9/11 IN MUSIC! (ft. Matt Christman)

    And introducing…the day we’re always never forgetting, it’s 9/11 in popular music! Yes, since we started this show, we’ve noticed almost every musician we’ve covered who’s lived through 9/11 has had BIG THOUGHTS about that important day. So for this year’s 11th of September we brought in Chapo Trap House’s Matt Christman to take a complete survey of how 9/11 broke the brains of the America’s musicians, just as it broke the brains of every American.

    Songs:

    Psy - Kill Those Yankees U2 - Where the Streets Have No Name (live at the Super Bowl) Limp Bizkit - Rollin’ (Air Raid Vehicle) Tame Impala - Feels Like We Only Go Backwards Cake - Comfort Eagle Darryl Worley - Have You Forgotten? I Am The World Trade Center - Metro (Brooklyn Mix)

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/and-intro-pod/58-911-in-music-ft-matt-christman/s-XroNa
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  5. Destination Linux Ubuntu touch

    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mTELzEQWP9o
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  6. General Election Now…ish! Part Two

    It’s the first day back after recess and it’s crunch time. Will MPs block a no-deal Brexit? And are we set for a General Election? Ash Sarkar and James Butler join us in the studio to discuss.

    This is part two of our discussion. Part one here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gcab_oh48-U

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  7. Common Front: Québec’s 1972 General Strike

    In the interest of inter-provincial solidarity, bridging Canada’s language divide, and making Alberta conservatives mad by saying Québec is good and cool: buckle up for an episode about Québec’s 1972 General Strike!

    Joined by Central Canada Correspondent Brendan, Team Advantage takes a look at the radical Québecois politics of the late 1960s and early 1970s, culminating in a general strike in 1972. We examine the history of uneven development, the politics of anticolonial struggle, the radicalisation of labour groups, the state repression brought on by the 1970 October Crisis, the death of Michèle Gauthier, and the events of 1971-72.

    Follow Brendan on Twitter @NeeedlesEye. Watch "24 heures ou plus" from the NFB: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPQZAHiZtNw

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/albertaadvantage/common-front-quebecs-1972-general-strike
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  8. Is this a coup? With Aaron Bastani and Michael Walker

    🚨SUBSCRIBE TO THIS CHANNEL FOR MORE EMERGENCY PODCASTS 🚨 Boris Johnson has announced parliament will be suspended in order to implement Brexit, deal or no deal. Is this a coup? Aaron Bastani and Michael Walker convene for an emergency #TyskySour to discuss.

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    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6M-5FhivZj4
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  9. Introduction to KAPE

    This 13Cubed episode covers an exciting new tool from Kroll and Eric Zimmerman called KAPE. From the developer, KAPE is an efficient and highly configurable triage program that will target essentially any device or storage location, find forensically useful artifacts, and parse them within a few minutes.

    Links: 13Cubed YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/13cubed

    Introducing KAPE (Kroll Website): https://www.kroll.com/en/insights/publications/cyber/kroll-artifact-parser-extractor-kape

    Introducing KAPE (Eric Zimmerman’s Blog): https://binaryforay.blogspot.com/2019/02/introducing-kape.html

    Background Music Courtesy of Anders Enger Jensen: https://www.youtube.com/user/HariboOSX

    Bio: Richard Davis has more than 24 years of information technology experience, with more than 12 years of that time focused on information security. Throughout the past four years, Richard has specifically concentrated on digital forensics.

    Richard received his first computer in 1984 at the age of seven, and became immediately enamored with technology. After graduating high school, he enrolled in college and opened his own computer company, providing high-performance custom-built PCs, service, networking, consulting, and training services for businesses and individuals throughout the North Georgia area. He sold th…

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  10. Lecture Notes for Research Methods – J. W. Mason

    I agree that probably most people running regressions (in economics at least, I don’t know about other disciplines) are either explicitly or implicitly trying to estimate a causal effect, and this usually seems to be the motivation for including controls. The exceptions would include prediction; summarizing the data; estimating a non-recursive system where the coefficients on endogenous variables don’t have a causal interpretation; rational expectations econometrics (e.g. Euler equation estimation) where the conditional expectation being approximated is that of the agents in the model and the parameters being estimated (e.g. the elasticity of substitution) have at best a rather complicated causal interpretation. And yes, it’s true that if you were using regression to approximate E(Y|X1) you wouldn’t need controls, you would only need controls if you want to approximate E(Y|X1,X2,…) (in which case, the coefficient on X1 is the change in the expected value of Y as we move from one observation to another observation with a higher value of X1 and the same value of X2, etc.).

    Judea Pearl argues that we should emphasize as strongly as possible the difference between these two interpretations of linear equations (conditional expectations and causal effects) – I am neither a statistician nor an econometrician but I find his arguments persuasive. Of course, economists do already worry a lot about endogeneity, but this doesn’t mean that they are always clear about what `causal effects’ they are estimating (i.e. precisely what hypothetical interventions they have in mind, what is being varied and what is being fixed), at least, not in macro. One way to fix this might be to emphasize that what regression gives you, in the first instance, is an approximation to E(Y|X). A causal effect is something conceptually completely distinct from that, and you might or might not get it from a regression. If memory serves, my textbooks were clear on the first part (regression gives you the CEF) but vague on what a causal effect was.

    Anyway, my main point was that it might be useful to keep the conditional expectation interpretation of regressions in mind especially if you think many interesting questions are descriptive rather than causal (though to be fair, if you want to approximate the CEF, there might be better ways than linear regression).

    http://jwmason.org/slackwire/lecture-notes-for-research-methods/

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