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  1. Aug 2023
    1. The TL;DR VersionSteps for faster and productive readingOverview1. Skim through the work noting the title, chapter, subtitles, indices, etc.2. Read the introduction & conclusion3. Fill in the rest by reading through the workEngagement1. Exigence (identify the writer’s articulation of the exigence)2. Response (identify what the writer is bringing in response to exigence).3. Key Terms/Words (locate the key terms and concepts)4. Key Citations (3-4 key citations the work relies on)5. Questions (understanding and critique)6. Speculative Response (speculate how a writer might respond to Questions in Step 5).

      Here lie the Ethics of Reading, according to Boyle, neatly condensed.

  2. Jan 2022
    1. StylEx architecture.

      TLDR methodology: 1) StyleGAN + classifier 2) Search StyleSpace

  3. Sep 2020
    1. As a general rule, I would recommend reading the article in it's entirety. With that said, if you wish to "cut to the chase", I have summarized my findings at the end ... feel free to jump ahead to the Summary!
  4. May 2020
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  7. Aug 2016
    1. the researcher has to keep a very detailed record of each and every decision made along the way. This is very difficult to achieve using a point-and-click method.

      This aptly summarizes and is good tl;dr!