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  1. May 2024
    1. survey that provides you with microdata about their individualized needs

      intro survey

  2. Feb 2024
    1. The project contributes to better understanding of the root causes of the ecological crisis, brings important insights into sustainability transitions at grassroots and points of friction with the growth economy, and enhances our knowledge on concrete solutions for alternative ways of organizing the economy.
    1. Graphic designers produce representations of society, and they help create access to information and ideas. But who gets to be represented, and who gets access?

      It is essential to question what we see as authority just because it looks official. The internet has opened information and platform access to many more people. What that looks like in the future is literally up to us. We can have a great effect as visual artists and strategic thinkers on how culture grows. What will "inclusive" mean 20 years from now. Will we still be fighting the same fights?

  3. Aug 2023
    1. Are there better reasons for pursuing your education than getting a job? What are they?

      Education is so much more than preparing for a future job. The purpose of education is to understand the world around us. We are always in an endless pursuit of knowledge. We cannot know everything, but we will surely try. Education helps us expand our minds and understand complex ideas. This passage challenges the reason why we seek further knowledge. To see education as not just an end goal for a job but to see education as a means to understand the mystery of the world around us.

  4. May 2023
  5. Dec 2022
    1. slice = slice[0:n]

      // 只取 m+n 位长度的slice,而不是返回整个扩展后的 newSlice

    1. The digital world, in essence, has facilitated system-environment interaction with better ex-periences and outcomes. Users are thereby empowered with better in-terfaces and smarter objects, using which they engage with the world around them (Bornet et al., 2021; Pillai et al., 2020; Wirtz et al., 2018). In fact, ’interactivity’ could be considered as the basis of all revenue-generation exercises and relationships

      research has also shown that gamified environments and the experiential value they offer enhance information exchange in a plat-form (Weretecki et al., 2021). Thus, multi-sided platforms bring together people from different groups under a single umbrella, whereby activities and features that enable socializing were shown to increase participatory experience and interactivity (Pacauskas et al., 2018). These platforms facilitate inter-action by providing the required infrastructure and governance (Wirtz et al., 2019). Here, an essential feature of any platform is to maintain positive interactions between same-side users and across the different sides of a platform (Hagiu & Wright, 2015), which effectively adds ’socialness’ as a feature to a digital platform ecosystem (Dwivedi et al., 2021)

    2. The primary purpose of a platform is to bring together groups of users. Notably, the higher the interaction among the network users, the higher the network’s value. Hence, a platform’s strength lies in its ability to both retain and attract users
    3. The customer experience has been conceptualized as a holistic sen-sory feeling resulting from the interaction of customers with all possible touchpoints with the firm (Gentile et al., 2007; Lemon & Verhoef, 2016), and well-designed service system enhances the customer experience (Berry et al., 2006). The literature suggests that firms need to cultivate an ecosystem perspective for creating and delivering high-quality ex-periences (Patrício et al., 2011). Berry et al. (2006) provided a service system design framework and advanced that different dimensions are needed to build positive experiences

      building gab

    1. Experience and luxury brands are among the first retailing businesses to develop a revenue strategy for the metaverse, building on what music artists have done since 2020. They are partnering with gaming platforms and 3D companies to create metaverse ecosystems or to integrate their brands and products into other

      Fashion and clothing brands believe that as people spend more time in virtual environments, they will attach more importance to styling their virtual lives and personae, creating demand for virtual items. In the longer term, apparel retailers envisage virtual malls where people can try clothes, shoes, make-up and accessories on their avatar to see how a particular look fits and feels. Malls will be extensions to digital spaces where shoppers socialise with friends, interact with influencers and access customised services or exclusive branded merchandise.

    2. The digital natives of Generation Z and younger millennials show most interest in the metaverse. Commercial pathfinders in the metaverse will be brands that want to affirm a reputation for early-mover digital media innovation. As far more young men than women play video games, the metaverse is heavily skewed towards young males, slowing broader acceptance. Evidence from e-sports suggests influencer marketing will be important in drawing female and older consumers into virtual environments.
    1. Those opportunities will lie in all three layers of the metaverse stack: the infrastructure (blockchains, 3D-rendering engines and telecoms networks); the interface (headsets, smart glasses, bodysuits and m-world platforms and payments systems); and, most of all, the economic interactions (the experiences and the products and services offered to industrial, commercial and retail customers).


      Consumer adoption will dictate progress. Building a critical mass of AR users will be vital, as scale creates a virtuous circle of more content creators and users.

    2. There are already some 800 million mobile AR users, according to ARtillery Intelligence, a San Francisco-based metaverse research firm.

      By comparison, full immersive XR head-mounted displays are still relatively little used -- fewer than 30 million, nearly all VR systems, and are forecast by ARtillery Intelligence to reach only 88 million by 2025.

    3. The metaverse's promoters say extended reality (XR) technologies, which include AR, VR and hybrid reality (HR), will take it far beyond that, entwining social, consumer and business experiences.
    4. Direct-to-avatar (D2A) will become a mainstream retail channel.
    1. But a new era has arrived, requiring brands to rethink how they reach new consumers and engage with existing ones. Instead of pushing content to pre-selected groups, as was so effective over the last decade, the key now is to pull in customers with a fast-paced stream of creative campaigns.
    2. Brands will embrace creative campaigns and new channels such as retail media networks and the metaverse to achieve greater ROI on marketing spend and gather valuable first-party data that can be leveraged to deepen customer relat
    3. and in-store and digital shopping experiences


    4. only 3 percent of respondents listed web3 as a top theme shaping 2023 and only 8 percent said it had been a major consideration for 2022.

      'While metaverse-related initiatives will likely play a growing role in the industry in years to come, for now it is a nascent opportunity. Executives are more focused on addressing near-term challenges to their businesses'

    5. Fashion companies will need to rethink their operations. Many will update their organisational structures, introducing new roles or elevating existing ones to target key growth opportunities and respond more effectively to risk. Brands may also choose to see the next year as a time to team up with manufacturing partners to sharpen their supply chain strategies. This may involve nearshoring to better respond to fast-shifting consumer demand or leaning more heavily on data analytics and technology to manage inventory efficiently.

      continues 'As e-commerce growth normalises after its pandemic boom, the sheen has started to wear off the direct-to-consumer digital model that propelled many brands over the past decade'

    6. McKinsey expects global fashion sales growth of 5 percent to 10 percent for luxury, and negative 2 percent to positive 3 percent for the rest of the industry in 2023
  6. Aug 2022
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      With beautiful garden vistas and historic buildings and monuments, Oakland Cemetery is one of Atlanta's most unique places to create meaningful moments.

      Located in the heart of Atlanta with dramatic downtown views, it is 48 acres are full of treasures – history and gardens, sculpture and architecture, towering oaks and magnolias. Complete with gardens, mausolea, and historic buildings, Oakland Cemetery offers a variety of indoor and outdoor venues for wedding-related events.

      Oakland is available for all types of wedding-related events from engagement parties, intimate elopements, vow renewal celebrations to rehearsal dinners, ceremonies and receptions.

  7. Jul 2022
    1. Here is some text about Richards Mausoleum. Here is some text about Richards Mausoleum. Here is some text about Richards Mausoleum. Here is some text about Richards Mausoleum.

      Located near our historic Bell Tower, this striking mausoleum is the idea space for an intimate ceremony.

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      Remove sub- intro

  8. Jun 2022
    1. The volume is premised upon the understanding that “in capitalistsocieties the majority of people subsist by combining paid employmentand unpaid domestic labor to maintain themselves . . . [hence] thisversion of social reproduction analyzes the ways in which both laborsare part of the same socio-economic process.”

      Part 2 aims to supplement the economic questions addressed in Part 1 to fully account for the vast unpaid and uncompensated labor that constitutes the labor process within the university. A proper analysis of labor in the university, and Contemporary DEI's role in facilitating it is to understand the socio-economic productive and reproductive forces that produce student, faculty and administrative subjectivity.

  9. Mar 2022
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    1. In this article we introduceDeFi, put DeFi in the context of the traditional financial economy, connect DeFi to openbanking, and end with some policy considerations.

      Let's set a baseline shall we?

  11. Jan 2022
    1. AsStarr showed in his seminal paper [3], societies tend toaccept much higher risks for voluntary behaviours thanfor involuntary exposure

      Intro Chấp nhận rủi ro voluntary nhiều hơn

  12. May 2021
    1. illian Murphy, star of the new horror sequel A Quiet Place Part II, is something to behold: X-ray eyes at once penetrating and ethereally blue, cheekbones so pronounced you could stretch out and go to sleep on them.

      Many features begin with some 'colour' to set the scene of the interview, such as some details about the room where it is taking place, the appearance of the interviewee, or the obstacles that they've overcome to make it happen. Even in this interview - which takes place via video call - the writer starts with that colour. Note that he also establishes a news hook to the piece - "star of the new horror sequel A Quiet Place Part II" - which justifies the newsworthiness of this interview (a new movie)

  13. Oct 2019
    1. Here's how to tell if you're a helicopter parent, along with expert advice to curb the hovering.

      What readers will get in this article: how to identify and expert's advice to curb

    2. Confused about how to be an involved parent without smothering your kids?

      Starts with a question that parents ask, they're also confused. Don't know what's right, what's wrong.

  14. Jun 2019
  15. Mar 2019
  16. Nov 2018
    1. he hospitalist movement, first described in 1996(1), has grown from several hundred practitionersto more than 4,000 today. The movement’s2-year-old professional association, the National Associ-ation of Inpatient Physicians, enjoys a membership ofmore than 1,500, and is probably the fastest growingmedical society in the United States
  17. Jul 2018
  18. Sep 2016
    1. As a method, write

      intro element

    2. part, Welch

      Intro Element

    3. example, in

      Intro Element

    4. In fact, it

      Intro, IC

    5. Instead, I

      This is an intro, IC

    6. To better understand how judgment plays a role in the work of inquiry, consider how Quintilian discusses the various kinds of questions (indef-inite and definite) that rhetoricians take up (Institutes 3-5).

      Intro element, IC.

    7. "In chapter 1,..."

      Intro. element, I.C.

    8. In choosing a topic, how many times have we encouraged students to choose a topic in which they are invested

      Intro, IC.

    9. Without investment in care, both teaching and learning are seen as partial and, perhaps, even tragically flawed.

      Intro, IC (transitional word embedded)

    10. Transformative teaching, writes Micciche, is a matter of our "investment in producing com-passionate citizens

      Intro, IC (embedded)

    11. In Doing Emotion, Laura Micciche reads pedagogy as primarily rooted in particular kinds of feelings like hope and belief.

      Intro, IC

    12. Ideally, once you make this revelation, people will begin to feel an investment

      Intro, DC, IC.

    13. According to Smith, our challenge is to show people how they are already affected by political events and debates.

      Intro, IC.

    14. However,

      Into element and transition

    15. In my case

      Into element and transition

    16. s,

      Introductory phrase. IC

    17. ,

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    18. In this case,

      Intro element

    19. Of course, none of us wanted

      Intro element, IC.

  19. Jan 2016
    1. Hypothes.is reminds me a lot of some of the primary goals of the MeAggregator JISC project, as well as having a lot in common with other annotation tools (obviously!). The implementation appears smooth and reliable, and having just revisited it (thanks to a Facebook post by a friend of a friend), I wish I had been using it for a while now. I suspect it will be finding its way in to my teaching practice very soon.<br> This page on their site "Back to School with Annotation: 10 Ways to Annotate with Students" has some useful suggestions. I particularly need to check out the private groups and sharing options, and investigate the possibility of collating annotations (potentially producing new documents from a set of annotations).

  20. Aug 2015
  21. Jun 2015
    1. The preservation and protection of the wetlands and watercourses from random, unnecessary, undesirable and unregulated uses, disturbance or destruction is in the public interest and is essential to the health, welfare and safety of the citizens of the state. It is, therefore, the purpose of sections 22a-36 to 22a-45, inclusive, to protect the citizens of the state by making provisions for the protection, preservation, maintenance and use of the inland wetlands and watercourses by minimizing their disturbance and pollution; maintaining and improving water quality in accordance with the highest standards set by federal, state or local authority; preventing damage from erosion, turbidity or siltation; preventing loss of fish and other beneficial aquatic organisms, wildlife and vegetation and the destruction of the natural habitats thereof; deterring and inhibiting the danger of flood and pollution; protecting the quality of wetlands and watercourses for their conservation, economic, aesthetic, recreational and other public and private uses and values; and protecting the state's potable fresh water supplies from the dangers of drought, overdraft, pollution, misuse and mismanagement by providing an orderly process to balance the need for the economic growth of the state and the use of its land with the need to protect its environment and ecology in order to forever guarantee to the people of the state, the safety of such natural resources for their benefit and enjoyment and for the benefit and enjoyment of generations yet unborn.

      Purpose of the Inland Wetland agency.

      A. minimizing disturbance and pollution

      B. maintaining/improving water quality

      C. prevention of erosion, turbidity (soil in water), and siltation.

      D. prevention of loss of beneficial aquatic life/habitat.

      E. deterring/inhibiting floods and pollution

      F.protection for economic,aesthetic, and recreational use.

      G. protecting water resources from drought, overdraft, pollution, misuse, and mismanagement.

      H. balance between need for economic growth and protection of environment.

  22. May 2014