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I've started a machine learning project using TemsorFlow. The first thing I've learned is to start small, implement all the functionality and only then move to a real task.

As an experiment to use Spotify less often, I'll give a try as the default radio in my car.

A big plus is that I won't listen to the same music over and over again. The only worry I have is that I'll pay for the data about what I'm paying right now for Spotify.

It's also a good time to donate to somafm!

I start thinking of large IT companies as drug dealers. It really helps using social media less often.

Usually, a paper is mostly done once I get an appropriate plot to show the results. This time I feel I've came up with a good title, or at least a section name, that distills the argument.

I must be the only person ordering macchiato on my way to work. Every time I make the order, the reaction is yeap, macchiato, that's Dimitri.

I keep reading Sociolinguistics and language education. Today I've learned that, regarding the intercultural interaction, my view is much closer to discursive-constructionust perspective than sociostructural/rationalist.

Among many aspect, I see cultural diversity as an interactional resource, and I don't see it being hazardous, source of miscommunication.

The chapter on language and culture is as great as others in the book.

MoMath: National Math museum in New York. It's a lot of fun for kids and a lot of expenses for the adults.

"Дивизия" недавно выпустила альбом, очень вовремя повзрослев.

@rf, а вы что думаете?

Что надо набрать в гугле, чтобы найти пример такого работающего кода:

(new Map([[1, 'a'], [2, 'b']])).values().map(v => v.upper())

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