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Writing things down is a primitive form of planning and drawing and sharing

Nischa: How 90 Days of Journaling Changed my Life at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rl6pTMQSVo4 Thanks! I have kept bound paper journals for over 50 years now. In recent decades I use computers and internet so separate topics and communities are easier to manage. “Write it down, so you can see it separate from yourself” motivates writing, drawing, painting,
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All LLMs and sites should use global open tokens for all human knowledge

jietang @jietang We have released GLM-4-520 and have the open-sourced version GLM-4-9B with superior performance beyond Llama-3-8B. https://github.com/THUDM/GLM-4/blob/main/README_en.md https://pic.x.com/cmonog5nq5 Replying to @jietang I hope you will spend more time improving LongBench and make it specific to all STEMC-FGOT communities on the Internet (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics Computing Finance Governence Organizations TopicGroups). And face, seriously, a
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Do not promote proprietary products, rather find sustainable methods that serve human and related species

Geography Realm @Geographyrealm  How to Map Watersheds Using ArcGIS Pro: A Step-by-Step Guide https://buff.ly/46Ovdvj Replying to @Geographyrealm To be honest, you should say “How we, a few people, used ArcGIS Pro to Map Watersheds” and not imply it is the only way or the best way, or that ArcGIS is the best way or the
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Things shared on Internet now might be seen by billions, so do your best

Zhigang Suo @zhigangsuo In this beginning lecture of thermodynamics, I use a bottle of air to talk about these words. It takes time and discipline to form a habit of using words precisely. x.com/zhigangsuo/sta… Zhigang Suo @zhigangsuo Jun 5, 2023 This chapter uses gas to help students gain intuition of several basic concepts: equilibrium, temperature,
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Global Open Sharing can be a profession, and global sharing ought to be done efficiently

Yi Ma @YiMaTweets  If you want to know the newest understanding about deep networks from the perspective of learning low-dim structures, please join our upcoming one-day tutorial at CVPR on June 18 in Seattle: https://cvpr2024-tutorial-low-dim-models.github.io “We must know; we will know!” Replying to @YiMaTweets It does not appear to be an online event. I quickly
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Most things now can be precisely modeled and scheduled, and sold as services

Physical Review Letters @PhysRevLett Stress propagation in active solids induces spontaneous actuation of floppy modes without exciting vibrational modes Letter: https://go.aps.org/4aViIjP Focus: https://go.aps.org/3XdD2K1 https://pic.x.com/ypc3kwl43d Replying to @PhysRevLett Frequencies and directions and timings can be precisely modeled. Whether in solids, liquids, gases or plasmas. I am not sure why you treat it as something unusual. You
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Global open resources with global ids for real things – any assemblies are made of traceable parts

Andrew Lampinen @AndrewLampinen Nice analysis, but I’m a little surprised that people are surprised by this. The basic tactics that any decent chess player will find (forks, pins, etc.) are 2+ move combinations; they can be noticed by patterns but you need to look ahead to verify they work in context 1/3 x.com/jenner_erik/st… Erik Jenner
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Noise is more fundamental than too rigid categories and rules

Institute for Advanced Study: Turbulence as Gibbs Statistics of Vortex Sheets – Alexander Migdal https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VWi6o18wkI In many things, counting, differences, sums and measurement are more fundamental than analytic mathematics. More humans can benefit from engineering and learning how to learn, than teaching them to memorize symbols and act pridefully. Shameful lack of real data, videos,
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Small experiments with outstanding noise – shared globally for learning and development

Julian Stirling @stirling_julian I’m delighted to still be publishing papers almost 2 years after leaving academia to become freelance. This article is more of a “rant with references”, I try to tackle the problem of perverse incentives that prevent open science from flourishing. https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/10.1098/rsta.2023.0215 Replying to @stirling_julian There are fundamental experiments that can examine fundamental
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