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Nextbigfuture Comment System Disabled

  • Readers of Nextbigfuture.
  • The Spot.im comment system had to be disabled.
  • It was preventing people from reading the site on mobile.
  • It was at least a problem with Safari.
  • I had been trying to work with Spot.im to turn off Spot.im ads which seemed to be the source of the problem.
  • Spot.im turned it off for two to three days but then re-activated the ads without my permission.
  • I have sent them emails and left a phone call but they do not have good support.
  • My apologies.
  • If there are any people who are good at maintaining and supporting wordpress, then please contact me through the contact form on the site.
  • I am considering the Strattic wordpress system.
  • It generates static pages.
  • It would seem that Nextbigfuture could generate to static pages for faster page response and with fewer problems.

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Some unique aspects in US which make risks of COVID19 higher than Europe

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AOC-backed challenger targets conservative Texas Democrat ahead of Super Tuesday primary

  • In a new video released on Thursday morning, Cisneros calls Cuellar "Trump's favorite Democrat," claiming the congressman "voted with Republicans to stop DACA, to defund Planned Parenthood and to fund Trump's wall." Her campaign points out that Cuellar votes with Trump nearly 70% of the time.
  • Colin Strother, a Cuellar campaign spokesman, said the attacks were "a gross misrepresentation of his record." He claimed that Cuellar is one of Congress' strongest supporters of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, which provided legal protections for young adults who illegally came to the US.
  • He said Cuellar opposes the border wall but voted for major spending bills to fund the government, while working to protect parks and refuges in the Rio Grande Valley from new physical barriers.
  • The video released Thursday also describes Cisneros' background and affinity for her border town community, noting her parents, a truck-driver father and a homemaker mother, came from Mexico.

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How to Pick the Right Notebook for Data Science

  • In this blog post, I will compare a selection of open-source Notebooks including Jupyter, Zeppelin, Spark Notebook, and Polynote to help you pick the best notebook for your analytics use cases.
  • Since Jupyter notebooks (.ipynb) are essentially JSON files, users can easily version control notebooks using Git, and Github can display notebooks very nicely on a browser.
  • Of all the available open-source notebook frameworks, Jupyter has the largest user community.
  • Zeppelin notebooks (.json) can be version-controlled by Git, but unfortunately, Github currently only displays them as plain text files, which makes it hard to share notebooks without a local or hosted instance.
  • Users can code in Scala (with first-class support), Python, and SQL in Polynote and can switch languages and share variables between cells (a.k.a polyglot).
  • Polynote shares the same file extension (.ipynb) with Jupyter so they can be version controlled and displayed on Github as well.

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How to Pick the Right Notebook for Data Science

  • In this blog post, I will compare a selection of open-source Notebooks including Jupyter, Zeppelin, Spark Notebook, and Polynote to help you pick the best notebook for your analytics use cases.
  • Since Jupyter notebooks (.ipynb) are essentially JSON files, users can easily version control notebooks using Git, and Github can display notebooks very nicely on a browser.
  • Of all the available open-source notebook frameworks, Jupyter has the largest user community.
  • Zeppelin notebooks (.json) can be version-controlled by Git, but unfortunately, Github currently only displays them as plain text files, which makes it hard to share notebooks without a local or hosted instance.
  • Users can code in Scala (with first-class support), Python, and SQL in Polynote and can switch languages and share variables between cells (a.k.a polyglot).
  • Polynote shares the same file extension (.ipynb) with Jupyter so they can be version controlled and displayed on Github as well.

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How to Pick the Right Notebook for Data Science

  • In this blog post, I will compare a selection of open-source Notebooks including Jupyter, Zeppelin, Spark Notebook, and Polynote to help you pick the best notebook for your analytics use cases.
  • Since Jupyter notebooks (.ipynb) are essentially JSON files, users can easily version control notebooks using Git, and Github can display notebooks very nicely on a browser.
  • Of all the available open-source notebook frameworks, Jupyter has the largest user community.
  • Zeppelin notebooks (.json) can be version-controlled by Git, but unfortunately, Github currently only displays them as plain text files, which makes it hard to share notebooks without a local or hosted instance.
  • Users can code in Scala (with first-class support), Python, and SQL in Polynote and can switch languages and share variables between cells (a.k.a polyglot).
  • Polynote shares the same file extension (.ipynb) with Jupyter so they can be version controlled and displayed on Github as well.

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How to Pick the Right Notebook for Data Science

  • In this blog post, I will compare a selection of open-source Notebooks including Jupyter, Zeppelin, Spark Notebook, and Polynote to help you pick the best notebook for your analytics use cases.
  • Since Jupyter notebooks (.ipynb) are essentially JSON files, users can easily version control notebooks using Git, and Github can display notebooks very nicely on a browser.
  • Of all the available open-source notebook frameworks, Jupyter has the largest user community.
  • Zeppelin notebooks (.json) can be version-controlled by Git, but unfortunately, Github currently only displays them as plain text files, which makes it hard to share notebooks without a local or hosted instance.
  • Users can code in Scala (with first-class support), Python, and SQL in Polynote and can switch languages and share variables between cells (a.k.a polyglot).
  • Polynote shares the same file extension (.ipynb) with Jupyter so they can be version controlled and displayed on Github as well.

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Stonly grabs $3.5 million to make customer support more interactive

  • Stonly is building a service for customer support teams so that they can share step-by-step guides to solve the most common issues.
  • Stonly believes that scripted guides with multiple questions work much better than both chatbots and intimidating knowledge bases.
  • The startup currently supports Intercom, Zendesk, Freshdesk and Front.
  • This way, if somebody contacts you on Front or Intercom, you can reply with a Stonly guide to help your users solve their own issues (at least if it’s a common issue).
  • Stonly is also launching its own more traditional knowledge base powered by Stonly guides so that your client can access common questions through a chat widget.
  • With today’s funding round, the startup is expanding to the U.S. with a new office in New York and David Rostan joining as head of revenue — he was previously VP of Sales and Marketing at Calendly.

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Go 1.14 release notes

  • Go 1.14 is the last Go release to support 32-bit binaries on macOS (the darwin/386 port).
  • Go 1.14 will likely be the last Go release to support 32-bit binaries on iOS, iPadOS, watchOS, and tvOS (the darwin/arm port).
  • A new value for that flag, -mod=mod, causes the go command to instead load modules from the module cache (as when no vendor directory is present).
  • GOINSECURE is a new environment variable that instructs the go command to not require an HTTPS connection, and to skip certificate validation, when fetching certain modules directly from their origins.
  • When module-aware mode is enabled explicitly (by setting GO111MODULE=on), most module commands have more limited functionality if no go.mod file is present.
  • This won't affect most applications, but custom Certificate.PrivateKey implementations that don't support RSA-PSS signatures will need to use the new Certificate.SupportedSignatureAlgorithms field to disable them.

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How Democratic frontrunner Bernie Sanders wants to reshape American public policy through a 'political revolution'

  • In the mid and late 2010s, Sanders has framed his movement in the language of a "political revolution," and has political positions including Medicare for All, increasing the minimum wage and expanding labor protections, legalizing marijuana, making public college free, and ending excessive US military intervention in foreign conflicts into the political mainstream.
  • As Sanders rapidly gains momentum and is now squarely in the lead for the nomination, both his Republican critics and some of his Democratic rivals have castigated his agenda as enabling socialist takeover of the United States and possibly "dividing" the country with his sweeping policy proposals to reign in the wealthy.
  • To address the nationwide crisis of lack of affordable housing, Sanders wants to invest $2.5 trillion into creating 10 million new "permanently affordable" units in the United States, in addition to expanding federal section 8 housing vouchers.

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