23 Matching Annotations
  1. Sep 2023
    1. "Surrendering" by Ocean Vuong

      1. He moved into United State when he was age of five. He first came to United State when he started kindergarten. Seven of them live in the apartment one bedroom and bathroom to share the whole. He learned ABC song and alphabet. He knows the ABC that he forgot the letter is M comes before N.

      2. He went to the library since he was on the recess. He was in the library hiding from the bully. The bully just came in the library doing the slight frame and soft voice in front of the kid where he sit. He left the library, he walked to the middle of the schoolyard started calling him the pansy and fairy. He knows the American flag that he recognize on the microphone against the backdrop.

  2. Apr 2022
    1. Dr Ellie Murray. (2021, February 23). A thing I feel is weird about how we are all reacting to this pandemic: Mourning is still so individual & private. It surprises me there aren’t campaigns for armbands, ribbons, wreaths on doors, or some sort of flag in the window to say “a loved one was lost to COVID here”. [Tweet]. @EpiEllie. https://twitter.com/EpiEllie/status/1364033220904427524

  3. Mar 2022
    1. For Aboriginal Australians,its importance is recognised by its position at the centre of thenational Aboriginal flag, developed in 1971 by Luritja artist HaroldThomas.

      The Aboriginal flag was developed in 1971 by Luritja artist Harold Thomas. Centering its importance to Aboriginal Australians, the sun appears in the middle of the flag.

      It's subtle here, as in other instances, but notice that Hamacher gives the citation to the Indigenous artist that developed the flag and simultaneously underlines the source of visual information that is associated with the flag and the sun. It's not just the knowledge of the two things which are associated to each other, but they're also both associated with a person who is that source of knowledge.

      Is this three-way association common in all Indigenous cultures? While names may be tricky for some, the visual image of a particular person's face, body, and presence is usually very memorable and thereby easy to attach to various forms of knowledge.

      Does the person/source of knowledge form or act like an 'oral folder' for Indigenous knowledge?

  4. Jul 2021
    1. Ben: Oh yeah. Yeah. Yes, I felt normal, I had a lot of friends and our high school, the high school I went to, there was very few Hispanics- period, very few blacks. If you looked at that high school, if you pulled it up—well actually they made them remove the confederate flag, because the confederate flag was part of, it was the school football team logo and it was on their helmets. They were called the Southland Prairie Warriors, and when they ran out on the football field, they carried the confederate flag—and the high school flew the confederate flag up with the Texas and US flag—which it would make you think the opposite. I can't say that the school was…Of course there were a few people, but I did okay. I didn't feel out of place and I felt pretty well accepted by others.

      Time in the US, School, High School, Fitting in/belonging

  5. Jun 2021
    1. Given two species co-occur, a neutral approach to probabilistic interactions would assume that the effect of abundances and trait matching would have no effec

      I think you mean: A neutral approach to probabilistic interactions would rely only on the effect of abundances and assume trait-matching would have no effect?

  6. Mar 2021
  7. Feb 2021
    1. This could potentially be solved through our framework of predicting networks first, interactions next, and finally the realized species pool.

      I think this might be confusing, as readers could think this is the actual framework of our paper. We could maybe precise that we could use our framework the other way around, by using our predictions of ecological networks and species interactions to make better predictions of species pools.

    2. all interactions occur between species in each pool

      I think this definition of bipartite network is a little confusing. We could say something like:

      "Bipartite networks are divided into two disjoint sets of species and interactions occur between members of different sets (e.g. plant-pollinator and host-parasite networks)"

    3. there have been calls for a probabilistic species pool

      you say twice there have been calls. Maybe simplify the sentence with something like: through probabilistic species pool, and more importantly ...

    4. .S

      missing space

    5. embedding projects

      missing words

    6. reached an accuracy of  ≈ 0.8

      Semi- by curiosity, semi- because it might be better to explicitly say it, but how was accuracy calculated? It is not clear if correctly predicted absences are used? As stated before, there are no true negative.

    7. Here adopt a question-driven approach to serve as a guide through the path toward building models to predict and forecast the structure of ecological networks across space, and to identify the next steps in the research regime.

      The sentence is very hard to read. too many long noun strings.

    1. It is not currently possible to “un-flag” an annotation — if an annotation is flagged by mistake, the group creator can choose not to hide it.

      Wow, this is so emblematic of the age... any person can taint another irrevocably with a flag!

      And an accident cannot be undone!

      Now when I screen share on Zoom to discuss our document, everyone will see a big red flag.




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  12. May 2020
    1. The Inherited Environment Variables feature is under development and not ready for production use. It is deployed behind a feature flag that is disabled by default.
  13. Jun 2019
  14. Jan 2016
    1. le bleu et le rouge

      J'aurais aimé savoir quel bleu et quel rouge sont utilisés sur le drapeau.