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  2. Apr 2024
    1. The standard difference operator (-) returns day-based results for both date, timestamp and timestamp with time zone (the former returns days as int, the latter two return day-based intervals): From the day-based intervals you can extract days with the extract() function: select current_date - '2017-01-01', extract(day from now()::timestamp - '2017-01-01 00:00:00'), extract(day from now() - '2017-01-01 00:00:00Z');
  3. Feb 2024
    1. In a brief two years between the autumn of 1939 and the autumn of1941, Nazi Jewish policy escalated rapidly from the prewar policy of forcedemigration to the Final Solution as it is now understood—the systematic at-tempt to murder every last Jew within the German grasp.
    1. on 30 January 1939, Hitler prophesied “the annihilation ofthe Jewish race in Europe” in the event that “international financeJewry” succeeded in “plunging the nations once more into a worldwar.”
    2. Sühneleistung, or “atonement fine,” which a ministerial conferenceset at one billion marks. Jewish taxpayers were required to handover 20 percent of their total assets in four installments ending inAugust 1939.

      sühneleistung- atonement fine

    3. The vernacular tag, at least in Berlin, of Reichskristallnacht, or“night of shattered glass,” to designate what should be considered anationwide pogrom against more than 300,000 Germans Jews inNovember 1938, was inflected with sardonic humor, which mockedthe pretentiousness of Nazi vocabulary in which Reich-this andReich-that puffed up the historical moment of the regime
    4. The requirement that Jews add “Sarah” or “Israel” to their legalnames in January 1938 made even more clear the aim of the Nazisto register Jews as a prelude to physical expulsion.
    5. In the context of the Spanish CivilWar, which broke out in July 1936, the Moscow “show trials”against old Bolsheviks in August 1936, and the November 1936anti-Comintern pact between Germany and Japan, the Nazis persis-tently linked Germany’s Jews to the Communist threat.
    6. There was no synchronization of thepolicy of “Aryanization,” but it was largely accomplished by 1938
    7. The startling events of the spring of 1933, when more andmore Germans realized that they were not supposed to shop inJewish stores and when German companies felt compelled to fireJewish employees and remove Jewish businessmen from corporateboards, moved Germany quite some distance toward the ultimategoal of “Aryanizing” the German economy.
    8. May 1933 phy-sicians in Bremen called for comprehensive legislation to enablethe state to sterilize genetically unfit people
    9. Local Nazidoctors in Dortmund greeted “the new era” with an April 1933proposal to establish a municipal “race office” that on the basisof 80,000 files on schoolchildren would prepare a “racial archiveof the entire population of greater Dortmund.”
    10. As early as July 1933,the Ministry of the Interior drew up legislation that authorized thesterilization of allegedly genetically unfit citizens.
    11. Beginning on 1 May 1936, laws required state registry of-fices to present all newlyweds with a copy of Hitler’s Mein Kampf
    12. “Law for the Protection of German Blood”of 15 September 1935, which prohibited Germans from marryingJews
    13. The Ahnenpass enabled the Nazi regime to enforce the Septem-ber 1935 Nuremberg racial law
    14. In September 1939, after the invasion of Po-land, unter uns became legally enforced Aryan space when a decreeprohibited Jews from owning or listening to radios;
    15. Two days after the Day of Potsdam, the Nazis won passageof the Enabling Act. Supported by all the parties except the SocialDemocrats (Communist deputies had been banned), it provided thelegal framework for dictatorship
    16. Thecalamity of the unexpected surrender, the “bleeding borders” re-drawn in the postwar settlement at Versailles, and the overwhelm-ing chaos of the inflation in the early 1920s were collective experi-ences that made the suffering of the nation more comprehensible.During the Weimar years, the people’s community denoted the be-leaguered condition Germans shared, while expressing the politicalunity necessary for national renewal.
    17. In this case it was the Nuremberg Laws, which distinguished Ger-man citizens from Jewish noncitizens: “hunting down innocentpeople is expanded a thousand times,” he raged; “hate is sown amillionfold.”
    18. Sterilization proceedings began almost immediately after the“Law for the Prevention of Genetically Damaged Offspring” wentinto effect in January 1934.
    19. the national sports competition organized by the Hit-ler Youth enrolled seven million boys and girls in 1939, twice asmany as in 1935, and provided opportunities to achieve distinc-tion.
    20. a ministerial committeeon “population and race,” which met on 28 June 1933 to draftcomprehensive racial legislation giving the state the right to sterilizecitizens
    21. On 7 April 1933 the government drew up the“Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service,” whichforcibly retired all Jewish civil servants in addition to providing thelegal means to dismiss political opponents of the regime.
    22. By 1936 almost all Germans—all who were not Jewish—had begun to prepare for themselves an Ahnenpass, or racial pass-port, which laid the foundation for the racial archives establishedin all German households
    23. In what it touted as the triumph of “socialism ofthe deed” over “private capitalism” and “economic liberalism,” in1933 the Propaganda Ministry pressed a consortium of radio man-ufacturers to design and produce a Volksempfänger, or “people’sradio,” for the mass market.
    24. crowds acclaimed the reestablishment of amass conscription army, the Wehrmacht, recalling for observers the“August Days” of 1914. Again socialists conceded: “For the over-whelming majority, 16 March is the definitive end to a shamefulpast, much more so than 30 January 1933; the day marks ‘the dawnof a new age.’” All this patriotic hoopla mattered; Versailles hadleft deep wounds, and, anyway, Germans were apt to be “childishlyproud of their army.”
    25. In January 1935, huge fanfare welcomedthe Reich’s incorporation of the Saar region, where over 90 percentof the population had voted for reintegration into Germany in aLeague of Nations referendum
    26. n 1937 German households achieved the standard of living en-joyed in 1928, before the onset of the Great Depression.
    27. On the eve of the war, in 1939, most Germans ex-perienced the Third Reich as a cherished period of economic andpolitical stability. These were achievements that the population wasdetermined to hold on to.
    28. Socialists around the worldhad celebrated May Day as a festival of labor since the 1880s; butin Germany they had failed to get the official recognition the Nazisnow offered. So strong were the hopes for national unity that theGerman Free Trade Unions welcomed the Nazi gesture and encour-aged members to participate in the celebrations.
    29. the stunning media spectacle of thespeeches and celebrations of 1 May also contrasted with 2 May,when stormtroopers sealed off and took over the operations of thesocialist Free Trade Unions and incorporated them into what be-came the German Labor Front, an integral part of the National So-cialist apparatus.
    30. The construction of the firstconcentration camps to media fanfare in March 1933, and therapid migration of the shorthand kz, for Konzentrationslager, intoordinary speech, left the public well aware that Nazis recognizedonly friends or foes;

      konzentrationslager (kz) - concentration camps

    31. the prospect of a new war, a topic Germanfamilies discussed frequently in the years after 1933
    32. Held on 21 March 1933 in Potsdam’s Garnisonkirche, whereFrederick the Great lay buried, the Day of Potsdam aligned Hit-ler with revered Prussian traditions, the Hohenzollern dynasty andthe founding of the German Reich some sixty years earlier, andthe heroic sacrifices of the Great War, represented by the “hero ofTannenberg,” President Paul von Hindenburg,
    33. the “August Days” of 1914, when thou-sands of Germans rallied in the streets to support the national causein time of war, revealed extraordinary emotional investment in thepromise of national unity.
    34. the officially organized boycott of Jewish businesses on 1April 1933 required a more considered answer. Elisabeth beganwith a concession, contrasting the “happiness” of the world-histor-ical events taking place in Germany with her “sympathy” for “thefate of the individual.”
  4. Oct 2023
  5. May 2023
    1. ISO 8601 specifies the use of uppercase letter T to separate the date and time. PostgreSQL accepts that format on input, but on output it uses a space rather than T, as shown above. This is for readability and for consistency with RFC 3339 as well as some other database systems.
  6. Apr 2023
    1. Davos, SwitzerlandFebruary 8, 1996 Back to top

      Very interesting time, and espically interesting place

    1. The new report evokes a mild sense of urgency, calling on governments to mobilise finance to accelerate the uptake of green technology. But its conclusions are far removed from a direct interpretation of the IPCC’s own carbon budgets (the total amount of CO₂ scientists estimate
      • The report claims that
        • to reach target of 50/50 chance of staying within 1.5 deg C,
        • we must reach meet zero by 2050
          • Yet, updating the IPCC’s estimate of the 1.5°C carbon budget,
            • from 2020 to 2023, and then drawing a straight line down from today’s total emissions to the point where all carbon emissions must cease, and without exceeding this budget,
          • gives a zero CO₂ date of 2040.
          • Furthermore, adding policy delays to set things up, it is more likely a date closer to mid 2030's.
  7. Mar 2023
    1. En 1947 le mathématicien Warren Weaver écrit au père fondateur de la cybernétique, Norbert Wiener. Il envisage de créer un programme de traduction automatique universel pour assurer la “paix dans le monde” (éventuellement avec le soutien financier l’UNESCO). Cet échanges est publié en 1949 par Weaver dans un court “Mémorandum“.
    2. En janvier 1954, l’ordinateur IBM de l’université Georgetown tourne à plein régime. Chercheurs, journalistes et responsables politiques assistent à la première démonstration publique d’un traducteur automatique : en quelques instants, le programme parvient à traduire parfaite quelques phrases de russe en anglais. En réalité, la démonstration est truquée. Le programme ne connaît qu’un vocabulaire réduit de 250 mots en russe et en anglais et, surtout, seulement quelques règles de grammaire. Les phrases ont été commodément choisies en amont pour être correctement restituées.
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  12. Apr 2022
    1. If that project doesn’t pan out, we’ll set up an existing wiki or similar collaborative knowledge system at the start of 2021.


  13. Sep 2021
    1. In his intriguing book “The Rise Of Christianity,” sociologist Rodney Stark recalls the “Plague of Galun” which ravaged the Roman Empire in 164CE with a death toll of approximately 30% of the population.

      The great epidemic of the second century, which is sometimes referred to as the “Plague of Galen,” first struck the army of Verus, while campaigning in the East in 165 A.D.,

      Semeia 56: Social Networks in Early Christian Environment: Issues and Methods for Social History

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  17. Mar 2021
    1. Sondage réalisé par l’IFOP pour BNP Paribas Real Estate, avril 2020

      avril 2020

    2. Digital economy and society statistics - households and individuals », Eurostats, juin 2019


    3. roisième baromètre annuel de l’attractivité des métropoles françaises, Cabinet Arthur Loyd, no-vembre 2019


    4. Carte issue du Baromètre des territoires, réalisé par Odoxa-Adviso Partners pour France Bleu, France Info et Challenges et publié le 7 avril 2020

      avril 2020

    5. Baromètre des économies régionales... confinées », sondage Odoxa pour Adviso Partners, avril 2020

      avril 2020

    6. Nouveaux outils et technologies de travail dans les entreprises », L’économie et la société à l’ère numérique – édition 2019, INSEE, novembre 2019


    7. What You Should Know About Online Tools During the COVID-19 Crisis », Electonic Frontier Foun-dation, mars 2020

      mars 2020 What You Should Know About Online Tools During the COVID-19 Crisis », Electonic Frontier Foun-dation, mars 2020

    8. Les risques cyber liés au télétravail des salariés confinés dans le cadre de la lutte contre le Co-vid-19 »,Flash ingérence économique n°63, DGSI, avril 2020
    9. nquête TIC-ménages 2018, INSEE, novembre 2019


    10. ableaux de l’économie française, INSEE, mars 2019


    11. L’économie et la société à l’ère du numérique, INSEE, novembre 2019.


    12. Quels sont les salariés concernés par le télétravail ?, DARES, novembre 2019
    13. Activité et conditions d’emploi de la main-d’œuvre pendant la crise sanitaire Covid-19, DARES, avril 2020

      avril 2020 ce n'est pas clair: s'agit-il

    14. La grande grève qui déclencha la révolution du télétravail », Les Échos, décembre 2019


    15. Margaret MARUANI, Travail et emploi des femmes, Paris, La Découverte, 2011, p. 97


    16. Patricia VENDRAMIN et Gérard VALENDUC, Technologies de l’information et de la communication, emploi et qualité du travail, 2002, consultable en ligne, p. 117


    17. Consolider l’emploi des travailleurs handicapés », RF Social, Cahier juridique n°92, décembre 2009, pp. 59-61


    18. Le télétravail pourrait devenir la norme durablement », Le Figaro, 27 avril 2020.

      avril 2020

    19. Baromètre des économies régionales... confinées », sondage Odoxa pour Adviso Partners, avril 2020

      avril 2020

    20. orkshifting Benefits: The Bottom Line, mai 2010.

      mai 2010

    21. s chiffres clés du télétravail en France, Kronos, 2016


    22. Nicholas BLOOM, « Does Working from Home Work? Evidence from a Chinese Experiment », The Quarterly Journal of Economics, février 2015


    23. Baromètre des économies régionales... confinées », sondage Odoxa pour Adviso Partners, avril 2020

      avril 2020

    24. Aller au travail pour presser des timbres ... », Nikkei, avril 2020

      avril 2020

    25. Henry SAVALL et Laurent CAPPELLETTI, Le coût caché de l’absentéisme au travail, Institut Sapiens, novembre 2018

      ref de 2018

    26. Thierry BRETON, Le télétravail en France : situation actuelle, perspectives de développement et as-pects juridiques, Paris, la Documentation française, (Collection des rapports officiels), 1994.

      référence de 1994

  18. Feb 2021
    1. Keeping bootstrap-sass in sync with upstream changes from Bootstrap used to be an error prone and time consuming manual process. With Bootstrap 3 we have introduced a converter that automates this.
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  22. Sep 2020
    1. Pour l'année scolaire 2020-2021, les élections se tiendront : le vendredi 9 octobre 2020 ou le samedi 10 octobre 2020 ;
  23. Jul 2020
    1. "that text has been removed from the official version on the Apache site." This itself is also not good. If you post "official" records but then quietly edit them over time, I have no choice but to assume bad faith in all the records I'm shown by you. Why should I believe anything Apache board members claim was "minuted" but which in fact it turns out they might have just edited into their records days, weeks or years later? One of the things I particularly watch for in modern news media (where no physical artefact captures whatever "mistakes" are published as once happened with newspapers) is whether when they inevitably correct a mistake they _acknowledge_ that or they instead just silently change things.
  24. May 2020
    1. This document includes an Internet profile of the ISO 8601 [ISO8601] standard for representation of dates and times using the Gregorian calendar.
    2. This represents the leap second inserted at the end of 1990. 1990-12-31T15:59:60-08:00
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  27. Dec 2019
    1. Do I have to use the yyyy-mm-dd date format? Yes. That date format is defined by ISO 8601. It is an internationally accepted way to represent dates. If you don't like typing the date that way, use the due date and threshold date pickers in the task text editor.
  28. burnsoftware.wordpress.com burnsoftware.wordpress.com
    1. Files are sorted by moving them all into a folder with today’s date, and you can organize these folders by day, week, or month.
  29. Oct 2019
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  31. Aug 2019
    1. Demonstrates how label text will wrap at a point that appears to narrow when shrunk (the label can't even be as wide as the input it is labeling!), and how to work around this problem by adding styles:

        '& label': {
          whiteSpace: 'nowrap'

      Of course, you would only want to do this if you are going to only be showing the label in shrunk state (which I think is safe to say is the case for date picker inputs), since it would look bad to actually have text overflowing outside of the input box. But if it's in "shrink" state, then it's actually above the input, so as long as there isn't another input/label directly to the right, and/or as long as we adjust the width so the right side of the label mostly lines up with the right side of the input, then I think we should be safe.


      The input label "shrink" state isn't always correct. The input label is supposed to shrink as soon as the input is displaying something. In some circumstances, we can't determine the "shrink" state (number input, datetime input, Stripe input). You might notice an overlap.

      To workaround the issue, you can force the "shrink" state of the label.

      You need to make sure that the input is larger than the label to display correctly.

  32. Jun 2018
  33. Mar 2018
    1. We all loves milk as it contains protein, carbs and other nutrients in the right proportion which makes it the ideal drink after a tough workout during summers. Instead of drinking chilled water during summer milk is better option which gives you energy. Even you try banana milkshake, mango milkshake, date milkshake these combination is also perfect for those who are in hurry.

    1. Vote Fails
    2. An amendment that would have reduced administration representation on the Student Personnel Problems Commit-tee to two members, was de-feated by a two-to-one vote margin in a special faculty meeting Monday.
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