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Could an Ex-Convict Become an Attorney? I Intended to Find Out - The New York Times
One afternoon in the fall of 2016, I sat in a windowless visiting room at the Manson Youth Institution in Cheshire, Conn. A recent graduate of Yale Law School, I was a certified legal intern on a fellowship in the New Haven public defender’s office. J. via Pocket
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19 hours ago by bschlagel
The rise of 'pseudo-AI': how tech firms quietly use humans to do bots' work | Technology | The Guardian
It’s hard to build a service powered by artificial intelligence. So hard, in fact, that some startups have worked out it’s cheaper and easier to get humans to behave like robots than it is to get machines to behave like humans. via Pocket
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yesterday by deusx
My Serverless Adventure - Blazing Edge
After several React Native posts, now it’s time for me to reflect on the experience I had building Serverless application, differences with building standard APIs with IaaS/PaaS with Express/Koa and utilizing FaaS service model. via Pocket
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yesterday by deusx
Easy Thai Tea Recipe | Homemade Thai Iced Tea Recipe
1 cup Thai tea mix
4 cups water
3/4 cup granulated sugar
half and half to taste
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2 days ago by whyfish
How Lisp Became God's Own Programming Language
When programmers discuss the relative merits of different programming languages, they often talk about them in prosaic terms as if they were so many tools in a tool belt—one might be more appropriate for systems programming, another might be more appropriate for gluing together other programs to a via Pocket
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3 days ago by bschlagel
Growing Up in the Library | The New Yorker
I grew up in libraries, or at least it feels that way. My family lived in the suburbs of Cleveland, about a mile from the brick-faced Bertram Woods Branch of the Shaker Heights Public Library system. via Pocket
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3 days ago by bschlagel

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