Mark Hughes informuje, że Ferrari wróciło w sobotę do pakietu aerodynamicznego sprzed Singapuru. Informacje o nietrafionych poprawkach (podłoga), o których mówiłem w 101 odcinku magazynu okazały się prawdziwe. #F1pl
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I have some thoughts:
As somebody who bootstrapped ~4 companies, I feel like I had to make some clearly suboptimal decisions early in them for lack of what is, in hindsight, not all that much money. But there's a huge gap in the product space for investment options.
It's weird: you can get $25k from Amex trivially, and angels are very willing to write a check for that much, but you have to make representations about your goals/ambitions/market/etc which don't really apply to everyone.
And so you see the traditional angel/VC ecosystem fund companies where honestly the returns are probably not there, and this is knowable pretty early, but the chase of them will wreck what could have been a perfectly happy business.
(To make the math work for traditional VCs the company has to at least have a market-appropriate shot of $100 million a year. There are a lot more $10 million a year companies than $100 million a year companies. That is *not* a bad terminal outcome for founders/employees.)
This is the first deletion, back in 2014. A bit hard to read between the lines, but the basic story that an admin had Stickland's page "speedy deleted"—i.e., deleted without debate. The method was something called Copyright Jujitsu.
In particular, the admin had the page deleted not because of notability, but because it included a photograph of Strickland that had ambiguous copyright status. This is a method that people developed to get rid of content they didn't want, but also didn't want to debate.
"Copyright Jujitsu" because it is usually used against spam from companies; a PR officer uploads promotional material to Wikipedia. Instead of debating whether it's neutral, the admin can say "we'd love to have it, but the material appears to violate your company's copyright".
Usually the PR office and the IP office are separate in a company, and the idea of releasing promotional material under public domain is such a legal nightmare that the PR person goes away.
Ironies of Luck https://t.co/5BPWGbAxFi— Morgan Housel (@morganhousel) March 14, 2018
"Luck is the flip side of risk. They are mirrored cousins, driven by the same thing: You are one person in a 7 billion player game, and the accidental impact of other people\u2019s actions can be more consequential than your own."
I’ve always felt that the luckiest people I know had a talent for recognizing circumstances, not of their own making, that were conducive to a favorable outcome and their ability to quickly take advantage of them.
In other words, dumb luck was just that, it required no awareness on the person’s part, whereas “smart” luck involved awareness followed by action before the circumstances changed.
So, was I “lucky” to be born when I was—nothing I had any control over—and that I came of age just as huge databases and computers were advancing to the point where I could use those tools to write “What Works on Wall Street?” Absolutely.
Was I lucky to start my stock market investments near the peak of interest rates which allowed me to spend the majority of my adult life in a falling rate environment? Yup.
यह तमिलनाडु का बृहदेश्वर मंदिर है, यह बिना नींव का मंदिर है । इसे इंटरलॉकिंग विधि का उपयोग करके बनाया गया है इसके निर्माण में पत्थरों के बीच कोई सीमेंट,..
..प्लास्टर या किसी भी तरह के चिपकने वाले पदार्थों का प्रयोग नहीं किया गया है इसके बावजूद पिछले 1000 वर्षों में 6 बड़े भूकंपो को झेलकर भी आज अपने मूल स्वरूप में है ।
216 फीट ऊंचा यह मंदिर उस समय दुनिया का सबसे ऊंचा मंदिर था।
इसके निर्माण के कई वर्षों बाद बनी पीसा की मीनार खराब इंजीनियरिंग की वजह से समय के साथ झुक रही है लेकिन बृहदेश्वर मंदिर पीसा की मीनार से भी प्राचीन होने के बाद भी अपने अक्ष पर एक भी अंश का झुकाव नहीं रखता।
इस मंदिर के निर्माण के लिए 1.3 लाख टन ग्रेनाइट का उपयोग किया गया था जिसे 60 किलोमीटर दूर से 3000 हाथियों द्वारा ले जाया गया था। इस मंदिर का निर्माण पृथ्वी को खोदे बिना किया गया था यानी यह मंदिर बिना नींव का मंदिर है ।
मंदिर टॉवर के शीर्ष पर स्थित शिखर का वजन 81 टन है आज के समय में इतनी ऊंचाई पर 81 टन वजनी पत्थर को उठाने के लिए आधुनिक मशीनें फेल हो जाएंगी ।
भारतीय भाषाओं की वर्णमाला विज्ञान से भरी हुई हैं।
क ख ग घ ड़ – पांच के इस समूह को “कण्ठव्य” कंठवय कहा जाता है क्योंकि इस का उच्चारण करते समय कंठ से ध्वनि निकलती है।
च छ ज झ ञ – इन पाँचों को “तालव्य” तालु कहा जाता है क्योंकि इसका उच्चारण करते समय जीभ ऊपर तालू को छूती है
बोल के देखें
ट ठ ड ढ ण – इन पांचों को “मूर्धन्य” मुर्धन्य कहा जाता है क्योंकि इसका उच्चारण करते समय जीभ मुर्धन्य (ऊपर उठी हुई) महसूस करेगी।
त थ द ध न – पांच के इस समूह को दन्तवय कहा जाता है क्योंकि यह उच्चारण करते समय जीभ दांतों को छूती है।
🙏🏻 स्वयं करके देखें
प फ ब भ म – पांच के इस समूह को कहा जाता है ओष्ठव्य क्योंकि दोनों होठ इस उच्चारण के लिए मिलते हैं।
दुनिया की किसी भी अन्य भाषा में ऐसा #वैज्ञानिक दृष्टिकोण नहीं है! निःसंदेह, हमें अपनी ऐसी भारतीय भाषा पर गर्व होना चहिए!
पाणिनि के व्याकरण में महेश्वर सूत्र है जो कि संख्या में 14 है ,कहा जाता है कि ये स्वर महादेव के डमरू से निकले हुए ध्वनि है जिसके आधार पर व्याकरण की रचना की गई और भाषा का विकास
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2/ “Being a VC” can mean a lot of different things, so it’s worth asking:
What actual activities do you want to do?
- Deep market analysis?
- Be in the flow of information and people?
- Make deals?
- Work closely w/ founders over time (e.g take board seats?)
- Manage capital?
3/ It’s worth specifying what type of VC you might like to become — as there are different archetypes. E.g.
- Benchmark (Lead series A/B - couple investments a year)
- First Round (Lead seed rounds, partner w/ a few companies a year)
- SV Angel (Make lots of seed investments)
Expa - Incubate companies
YC / Village Global - Build a platform to help entrepreneurs at scale
Do you want to join a firm or start one? There’s a lot to consider.
Different paths will require different skillsets & sets of experiences.
5/ Since the person who wrote the email is a young person trying to break into VC by joining a firm (and who doesn’t want to start a company), I’ll tailor this tweet storm to that goal. There’s some overlap.
2/ Each of the 14 chapters in the book is divided into three sections: Summary, Facts, and Annotated History. Summary and Facts sections are present tense; Annotated Histories are past tense. Endnote numerals follow sentences, with the endnotes themselves at the back of the book.
3/ There are zero tweets from this feed in the book. The book is written in the style of a government report, chronologically ordered. The timeframe covered by the book begins in 1987 (Chapter 1) and quickly moves to a month-by-month analysis of Trump's campaign from June '15 on.
4/ The book's 1,650 endnotes comprise about 2,000 total citations. The number of media outlets cited in the book is in the hundreds, and includes reliable media institutions from around the world. The number of people discussed is so large that we'll have to put the Index online.
5/ This book is the public record of the public investigation into Trump-Russia collusion. That means it's composed of the best investigative reporting done on this topic—including any leaks directly from Congressional and DOJ/FBI sources that were later published in major media.
2/ Nov. 3rd, so for them to deny that now is absolutely absurd. Plus, we have an affidavit from an expert cyber-warfare [individual] who even shows the diagram of all the attacks coming in. We know that the VPN ... the Dominion people left those open and unencrypted on the night
3/ of the election, so that anybody could get in. We know that the packets of information went to Serbia [note: over 100 Dominion employees scrubbed there LinkedIn profiles of any affiliation with the company after the election, many of whom were in Serbia], Liechtenstein,
4/ Spain, Venezuela, Hunan, China & Hong Kong. There was traffic all over into our election system that is supposed to be self-contained, not accessible by the internet at all. We have witnesses who document that it was connected to the internet. We have a study out of
5/ [the Dominion voting system in Antrim] MI, they know that it was connected to the internet. They erased their audit files & their adjudication files, where they dumped over 68% of their ballots into a bin that they call "adjudication" [that would've been thousands + thousands
My new theory: A lot of it is guilt.
2/It's true that in some circles - the media, universities, many big corporations - liberal norms *are* enforced to some degree, and the enforcement has probably gotten stronger in recent years.
But I don't think this explains all of the Right's obsession.
3/The stereotype is that people on the Right tend to be more threat-sensitive. That would help explain the perception that liberal norm-enforcers are lurking everywhere, ready to pounce and anathematize anyone who makes a misstep.
But I don't think that's all of it either.
4/And of course, it's always fun - whether you're on the Right or the Left, or playing a video game, or whatever - to style yourself as the brave iconoclastic rebel fighting against the oppressive forces of blah blah blah.
But I don't think this is all of it, either.
5/The reason I think it's more than these things is that even *in private*, people on the Right express their "crimethink" ideas very gingerly and hesitantly.
I get the sense that they're not just afraid of external censure, but have also internalized liberal norms.
2. Let’s start with how international arrivals are handled. Before flying to #India self-declaration form should be filled out online & Aarogya Setu app installed. #Bengaluru further required Apthamitra & Quarantine watch apps. COVID -ve result is required to reduce quarantine.
3. We(husband & I) both took RT-PCR test 2days before flying & took a hard copy of our -ve certificates. During check in at the #Frankfurt airport our self-declaration forms were checked & phones too to ensure we had installed the required apps. Our contact details were noted.
4. While flying out all restaurants except McDonalds were closed in #Frankfurt airport. Only bakeries were open. Safety enforcement was quite lax even as many lined up at the test center at the airport. There were few hand sanitising stations & no one to enforce mask wearing...
5. & social distancing. Infact, no one at the ticketing office had a mask on. Other than the check-in, there were no other new protocols for international fliers. We went through immigration & boarded just as normal. We flew through #Dubai & the flight to Dubai was mostly empty.