- “It felt like a mob. The mob wasn’t in any way self-aware or coordinated — but it still felt like a single driven thing.”
- “it was over my own software and a mistake”
- “The mob never apologized. Mobs never do.”
- “For a long time after everyone forgot.”
- “So I’m thinking about whether or not to stay.”
2009年，作者因为自己写的软件里有一两个错误而在 Twitter 上招到网络暴力，他甚至考虑推出科技圈，不编程了。网络暴徒们其实不会持久地喷你，他们很快会有新的攻击对象，很快会忘掉你的。
Module does the following
1. Extract GPS data from photos in img directory, if no gps data found for any photo, use previous photo’s value.
2. Use scikit-learn to cluster points, algorithm used is DBSCAN, epislon is 10 km/6371.0088km per radian, minimum cluster size 3, gps data is converted to radian before computation.
3. Use Google API to convert clustered points (marker point, first photo in cluster is used, no centroid computation) to location names.
GPS data extraction http://geospatialtraining.com/extracting-geographic-coordinates-from-photos-using-python/
Scikit-learn DBSCAN https://geoffboeing.com/2014/08/clustering-to-reduce-spatial-data-set-size/
JQuery scroll into view animaiton https://erraticdev.blogspot.com/2011/02/jquery-scroll-into-view-plugin-with.html
- a backlash among young people has been quietly boiling.
- “You start doing things that are dishonest”
- weary of the pressures of sustaining an online persona
- It became depressing. It was this competition of who’s the happiest
- A desire to build authentic, offline friendships motivated some to quit
- did so in order to “use time in more valuable ways”.
- “mindless vortex of never-ending scrolling”
- but there is a sense of privacy that is being breached as well
- Constant screen time damages your ability to see, and it also causes internal damage, such as anxiety
- when you do, it’s such a relief
Higher use of the world’s dominant social network has now been strongly linked with more attacks on refugees in Germany. From a report: Greater use, greater violence: Specifically, in towns where “per-person Facebook use rose to one standard deviation above the national average,” attacks on refugees “increased by about 50 percent,” the New York Times reported today, citing a University of Warwick study. Researchers there carried out a detailed analysis of more than 3,000 incidents in Germany over a two-year period. Crucially, the link held true regardless of the city’s size, political leanings, or economic status — and didn’t correlate with general patterns of internet use. Those findings strengthen the case that using Facebook in particular can be a driving mechanism of greater violence.
Greater scrutiny: That’s more bad news for the embattled social network, which has long portrayed itself as a benevolent company driven by a mission to draw the world closer together. But researchers recently found that coordinated hate speech and propaganda on the site helped fuel violence in Myanmar. And last year, Facebook itself eventually acknowledged that Russian agents had posted tens of thousands of inflammatory posts — which reached tens of millions of people — before and after the 2016 presidential election, in a massive campaign to deepen divisions in the United States.
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- Hedonistic philosophers knew better. This school of thought holds that pleasure is a good worth pursuing and that the ideal human life is filled with pleasure.
- in Ancient Greece, the hedonist worldview did not necessarily descend into a life of gluttony and frivolity.
- Epicurus ultimately advocates for a rather simple life
- the highest pleasure you can achieve is the absence of pain
- content with bread and water
- once he’d sated his hunger, he thought no greater pleasure would come from actively seeking more elaborate dining.
- the key to Epicurean hedonism is eradicating all anxiety
- the Epicurean lifestyle of bread and water doesn’t sound particularly hedonistic or appealing.
- stop desiring anything you don’t naturally need
- If you think about modern stresses and desires about status and consumerism, there’s a lot of that we might be able to do without and probably would be healthy for us to do without
- It’s easy to fall into false beliefs about what matters, based on the expectations of those around us