@socrates and Scholar Social in general.
Do you know a study which looks into why people share news on social media? What's people intent?
So far, I see that people might just share a news story they find important or give their opinion/comment. On a meta level, one can comment on the quality of a news outlet. Or even call out fake news and propaganda.
Are there studies that classify shared content similarly?
I've started reading the text version of NPR https://text.npr.org Not surprisingly, I pay much more attention to the content, rather than to the visual packaging.
I've been heavily refactoring code of my machine learning project. Now I can just watch how GPUs are fully loaded, while the CPUs are not that much. Can't wait for first validation results. It's a slightly modified model which takes images of different sizes. I don't know yet wether it gives better results, but it definitely heats up the room.
The one I had was too short, now I got a cable which is long enough to reach my home.
The server crashed shortly after I left, so no great results.
vmtouch is a nice tool to cache file content into memory.
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