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Understanding Facebook
Facebook's News Feed (customized to your personal interests) is basically in competition with smart news aggregators like Flipboard, News360, Nuzzel, Prismatic and Zite. And it's damned good. If you don't try it, you won't get it. Personalized smart news aggregators and personal assistants are the wave of the future. - Sean McBride
Here is the challenge: out all the news which enters the world every day, which news items are most important in general and for particular topics? How does one sort it all out? - Sean McBride
The more automated tools, the better -- and the smarter these automated tools, the better. The race is on to amp up the power of these tools. - Sean McBride
I notice now on Facebook that Richard Silverstein is using News360 to discover and curate content -- it's a powerful tool. - Sean McBride
Here is News360: - Sean McBride
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Private Emails Reveal Ex-Clinton Aide’s Secret Spy Network - ProPublica -
"Emails disclosed by a hacker show a close family friend was funneling intelligence about the crisis in Libya directly to the Secretary of State’s private account starting before the Benghazi attack." - Sean McBride from Bookmarklet
This is a strange story and it needs to be sorted out. - Sean McBride
# key topics 1. Ali Zeidan 2. Andrew Shapiro 3. Benghazi 4. Cody Shearer 5. Danny Murray 6. David L. Grange 7. DMC Worldwide 8. Guccifer 9. Hillary Clinton 10. John Caulfield 11. Khalifa al Sherif 12. Libya 13. Libyan National Transition Council 14. Marcel-Lehel Lazar 15. Mohammad Kikhia 16. Osprey Foundation 17. Osprey Global Solutions 18. Sidney Blumenthal 19. State Department Office of Global Parnerships 20. Tyler Drumheller 21. Tyler Drumheller, LLC - Sean McBride
The whole Benghazi scandal is weird as f***** - Raccko
From one angle it looks like yet another neocon op that came to grief. This may be why Republicans are not making a serious effort to get to the bottom of it -- merely to make a lot of noise about it. - Sean McBride
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Where we stand now (Aldous Huxley in Brave New World Revisited, 1958)
"Under the relentless thrust of accelerating over­population and increasing over-organization, and by means of ever more effective methods of mind-manipulation, the democracies will change their nature; the quaint old forms — elections, parliaments, Supreme Courts and all the rest — will remain. The underlying substance will be a new kind of non-violent totalitarianism. All the traditional names, all the hallowed slogans will remain exactly what they were in the good old days. Democracy and freedom will be the theme of every broadcast and editorial — but democracy and freedom in a strictly Pickwickian sense. Meanwhile the ruling oligarchy and its highly trained elite of soldiers, policemen, thought-manufacturers and mind-manipulators will quietly run the show as they see fit." - Sean McBride
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[Google; hillary clinton sidney blumenthal guccifer]
This appears to be a big story -- but the MSM still haven't sorted it out. - Sean McBride
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Virginia State Bar boycotts Israel - The Washington Post -
Top comment: "This blog post [by David Bernstein] is angry... and notably avoids addressing the issue at heart. The State Bar's President clearly states the reason for canceling the event (Israel's discriminatory entry/exit policies). The letter submitted to the Bar (linked in your post) fleshes out details of this discrimination, and lays out a strong case that an event in Israel effectively excludes members of Arab, Muslim, and Middle Eastern origin from attending. Care to address these points?" - Sean McBride
American New Book: Senator Schumer Was Regular Visitor to Madoff Offices
Apparently the mainstream media had no interest in pursuing this story -- in fact, this is the first mention I've encountered of the Schumer/Madoff connection. - Sean McBride
I am not at all surprised at Schumer's involvement in the Madoff affair. His and other politicians connections to jewish mobesters and criminals was already exposed in Robert Friedman's The Red Mafia---about the Russian-Jewish organized crime cartel. Schumer and others had run interference/defense for some of the biggest heist and goverment frauds by the Red mafia and jewish Rabbis caught in US gov grant frauds and gas tax swindles --said to have cost the US billions. - American
Of course the msms has no interest in this Their job is to cover up the corruption, not expose it. And we all know why. - American
[Normally Talkative Schumer Turns Silent When Asked About His Former Pal Bernie Madoff: “I am not commenting”] - Sean McBride
[Google; chuck schumer *; 1. aipac 2. benjamin netanyahu 3. bernard madoff 4. gaza 5. guardian 6. iran 7. iran sanctions 8. iraq war 9. israel 10. israel lobby 11. koch brothers 12. mission from god 13. political contributions 14. sheldon silver 15. shomer 16. wall street 17. zionism 18. zoa] - Sean McBride
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Neocons: the Echo of German Fascism (Todd E. Pierce)
"The common thread linking Republicans and Netanyahu’s “national camp” is a belief of each in their own country’s “exceptionalism,” with a consequent right of military intervention wherever and whenever their “Commander in Chief” orders it, as well as the need for oppressive laws to suppress dissent." - Sean McBride
"It was left to Israeli Uri Avnery to best capture the spirit of Netanyahu’s enthusiastic ideological supporters in Congress. Avnery wrote that he was reminded of something when seeing “Row upon row of men in suits (and the occasional woman), jumping up and down, up and down, applauding wildly, shouting approval.” Where had he heard that type of shouting before? Then it came to him: “It... more... - Sean McBride
"Leo Strauss must be seen as the Godfather of the modern Republican Party’s political ideology. His legacy continues now through the innumerable “Neoconservative Revolutionary” front groups with cover names frequently invoking “democracy” or “security,” such as Sen. Lindsey Graham’s “Security Through Strength.” Typifying the Straussian neoconservative revolutionary whose hunger for... more... - Sean McBride
Paul Buchheit
In the future, history will be divided into "Before Like" and "After Like" ;)
...1 minute ago...? *checks calendar*...ummm... Hi, Paul! - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
Hey Paul (: - Ozgur Demir from iPhone
Has Paul turned back time and Saved Friendfeed? I knew he was smart! - Gunneh-MoTo Calls me that
Time is an illusion, or something like that. - Paul Buchheit
It's wibbly wobbly timey wimey stuff. - Gunneh-MoTo Calls me that
Hello, Paul! - LB needs a break. from Android
Like - Micah from FFHound!
that blog post is an historic treasure - Laura Norvig
I've got an idea for the global handling of likes and dislikes across the entire Internet and all social media platforms -- one which provides complete control to each individual user in a single file that they can edit and update at will. - Sean McBride
Hello, Goodbye *sniffles* - Laura Norvig
Hey, Paul, for what it’s worth: thanks for everything. - Akiva
Thanks Paul - Ashish
White House will go after AIPAC next — Newsweek -
As the Iran talks go to the wire, we can only marvel at the political fireworks we are seeing. Newsweek follows up on the the Wall Street Journal report that Israel was spying on the US talks and leaking details to friendly members of congress. “I’m betting there are going to be some willing leakers now about stories such as AIPAC’s operations against Congress,” a former US intelligence operative predicts.
“The fact that there is such manipulation of our institutions by a so-called ally must be exposed, and the ‘useful idiots’ in [the U.S.] government who toe the Likud line will someday be looked back upon as men and women who sacrificed the U.S. national interest for a foreign ideology—Likud right-wing Zionism,” the operative said, on condition of anonymity due to the sensitivity of the... more... - Sean McBride
"MJ Rosenberg echoes my own opinion of Obama right now. He’s risen to the occasion: Stop saying #BarackObama is not gutsy. First president to smash mouth #israel and its lobby since 1956!" - Sean McBride
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A few key advantages of Facebook over Friendfeed
1. Access to many more high-quality feeds with valuable content. - Sean McBride
2. A first-rate smartphone app. - Sean McBride
3. Post comments with multiple paragraphs. - Sean McBride
4. Post full articles (use it as a blog). - Sean McBride
5. Save items of interest directly on Facebook. - Sean McBride
6. Facebook uses smart algorithms to prioritize your news feed items by global and personal importance. - Sean McBride
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Facebook is useful
This morning I noticed valuable new Facebook posts from +972 Magazine, Council for the National Interest, Gareth Porter, Guardian, Haaretz, Ian Bremmer, Juan Cole, Middle East Monitor, Mondoweiss, Pat Lang, Richard Silverstein, Times of Israel and Tony Karon - Sean McBride
What you can do with the posts: comment, like, save, share. - Sean McBride
I don't know much about the alternatives, Sean, but have you seen this? "NSA and Facebook Work Together." "Edward Snowden had earlier revealed that the NSA’s notorious PRISM program had provided access to a number of US tech companies and social media services, including Facebook. Facebook, Apple and Google have argued... more... - weareone
I wouldnt touch Facebook with a 10 foot pole. Anything on Facebook related to FP you can get from following the right twitters and right FP sites. - American
I still can't understand the attraction to Facebook, either. - weareone
NSA and several other agencies have full access to most of the public and private Internet, with or without the cooperation of Internet companies and services -- they are able to intercept data that is transmitted between endpoints without control of any assets at the endpoints. So you are not gaining any significant privacy by avoiding Facebook, Google, Twitter, Yahoo and other major... more... - Sean McBride
Even Glenn Greenwald is active on Facebook -- and he knows the score. [Facebook: Glenn Greenwald] - Sean McBride
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Harry Reid endorses Chuck Schumer to succeed him as Senate Minority Leader - The Washington Post -
Harry Reid endorses Chuck Schumer to succeed him as Senate Minority Leader - The Washington Post
This is all about Israel and control of the Democratic Party and the US Congress by the Israel lobby. - Sean McBride
Schumer: I'm on a Mission From God (to Be Israel's Guardian in Senate) - Sean McBride
Harry Reid one of biggest israeli whores ever. You should read the 'love letter' he wrote to his jewish chief of staff---telling him he would be nothing without him and so on---it will make you vomit. Reid is a very stupid, timid, little man who needs a baby sitter to feel safe and function and the jews have been his baby sitters. - American
What American politicians have learned is that befriending the Israel lobby is all upside and no downside from the standpoint of personal careerism -- and that alienating the lobby is all downside and no upside. You've got to go along to get along. - Sean McBride
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By alienating Congressional Black Caucus, Netanyahu may have helped Obama get Iran deal - Diplomacy and Defense - Israel News | Haaretz -
By alienating Congressional Black Caucus, Netanyahu may have helped Obama get Iran deal - Diplomacy and Defense - Israel News | Haaretz
"The antipathy of African-American members of the United States Congress, known collectively as the Congressional Black Caucus, towards Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu could prevent Congress from blocking a nuclear deal with Iran, Newsweek reported on Friday. The article, by veteran correspondent Jonathan Broder, quoted a congressional aide as saying “the Congressional Black Caucus is gone,” referring to its support for Israel under Netanyahu." - Sean McBride from Bookmarklet
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Republicans, in Shift, Demand Lockstep Support for Israel - -
"When former Secretary of State James A. Baker III accused Israel’s leader this week of undermining the chances of peace in the region, he said nothing more than the kinds of things he had said at times when he was in office a quarter-century ago. But the instant backlash from fellow Republicans that prompted Jeb Bush, the son of Mr. Baker’s best friend, to distance himself underscored just how much their party has changed on the issue of Israel. Where past Republican leaders had their disagreements with Israel, today’s Republicans have made support for the Jewish state an inviolable litmus test for anyone aspiring to national office." - Sean McBride from Bookmarklet
"Jeremy Ben-Ami, founder and president of J Street, the liberal pro-Israel advocacy organization that hosted Mr. Baker at its convention in Washington this week, said the Republican Party had grown more radical, leaving behind the former secretary of state and others like Brent Scowcroft, who was national security adviser under the first President George Bush, and Colin L. Powell,... more... - Sean McBride
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The United States should recognize the state of Palestine - The Washington Post (Matthew Duss and Michael A. Cohen) -
The United States should recognize the state of Palestine - The Washington Post (Matthew Duss and Michael A. Cohen)
"This is not about punishing Israel; it’s about advancing U.S. national security. Recognizing Palestine would, by helping the two-state cause, address a key source of resentment toward the United States, making it easier for American policymakers to pursue other priorities in the Middle East, such as preventing an Iranian nuclear weapon, defeating the Islamic State and strengthening regional security partnerships. It would ease dealings with governments in Turkey, Egypt, Jordan and Saudi Arabia, which often agree with Israel’s regional strategy but revile its treatment of Palestinians. It would signal to the Israelis — and their neighbors — that the United States will act in its own interests, even when those interests conflict with a close ally’s views. And it would strengthen the Jewish homeland’s security (a long-standing U.S. national interest), as many in Israel’s security establishment understand. " - Sean McBride
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MJ Rosenberg: Jodi Rudoren, Times correspondent in Israel, has decided that she is all in with Netanyahu not USA.
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As it turns out, many liberals are really right-wing extremists and racists. And many of them are also Israeli patriots first, last and everything in between. Can they explain themselves? No. But they are hilarious when they try to. - Sean McBride
The minds of liberal Zionists are tied up in complex knots that most of them will never untangle -- and they seem to have little trouble living with their blatant self-contradictions. - Sean McBride
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The World of 2020 According to DARPA - Defense One -
The World of 2020 According to DARPA - Defense One
"The research agency is making underwater robots that can sleep for years and other robots that can fix satellites in space. Space" - Sean McBride from Bookmarklet
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Mark Levin: Obama Is The 'Greatest Threat' To Israeli Jews Since 1930s -
Mark Levin: Obama Is The 'Greatest Threat' To Israeli Jews Since 1930s
"Conservative radio host Mark Levin on Thursday said that President Obama is the "greatest threat" to Jews in Israel "since the 1930s." "Barack Obama, as a result of this and the other things he’s doing, including arming up the Islamonazis in Tehran, is the greatest threat the Jews face — not in this country but in Israel — since the 1930s," he said on "The Mark Levin Show."" - Sean McBride from Bookmarklet
See the comments: Mark Levin has a talent for inciting hate -- against himself and his cause. - Sean McBride
Emails show Missouri museum canceled ‘Ferguson to Palestine’ event under pressure from Jewish group -
The Missouri History Museum canceled a presentation on Ferguson and Palestine after being pressured by a local Jewish group to remove the Palestine part, emails released by Jewish Voice for Peace disclose.
timeline; pro-Israel attacks on free speech; * - Sean McBride
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America Loses No Matter Who Wins the Next Great Middle East War - The Daily Beast -
America Loses No Matter Who Wins the Next Great Middle East War - The Daily Beast
"A cataclysmic war is taking shape in Yemen, one that pits nearly all of Washington’s key allies in the Middle East against Iran and its proxies in a fight that could quickly spin out of control." - Sean McBride from Bookmarklet
"A Saudi-led bombing campaign already has begun and troops from Egypt and some other countries may soon intervene on the ground. All of this was done, according to a Saudi source who is part of the inner circle in Riyadh, without significant American involvement. “We have done this on our own,” this source told The Daily Beast. While the U.S. has a handful of people in a Saudi... more... - Sean McBride
In other news, Saudi Arabia turns a recent Swedish critique of its human rights abuses into an assault on Islam. These guys have helped create a number of failed states in the last few years: Libya, Syria, Egypt, Yemen, Afghanistan. If anything Saudi Arabia shares a large part in destabilizing civil cultures in many Muslim countries to protect their hold on power. The founders of the... more... - peacefly
Saudi Arabia is certainly not innocent, but I would be highly suspicious of this story and this source. The Daily Beast is owned by IAC whose chairman is Barry Diller, previously head of Fox Broadcasting. "All of this was done, according to a Saudi source who is part of the inner circle in Riyadh, without significant American involvement" according to the article; however Press TV... more... - weareone
Have these events ever occurred without US//Israeli involvement? I can't think of an example, so any article that states otherwise raises a red flag, for me. - weareone
If you want to be really afraid for the US start adding up..*' ' the US doesnt dictate to us any more" * clues coming from Europe. Specifically all our allies defying the US and joining China's World Bank which is in competition with the mostly US controlled World Bank organization. The US told them not to join and they did anyway...including Germany, which is Europe's largest economy.... more... - American
A plausible scenario: the Israel lobby will be blamed by Americans for the collapse of the United States as the world's leading superpower. The lobby has pushed policies that were good for Greater Israel but disastrous for America. And liberal Zionists at media outlets like the New York Times will be held as responsible for this mess as Likud Zionists. Could this backlash coincide with and blend in to a major outbreak of antisemitism? -- easily. - Sean McBride
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With the Internet, innovations anywhere in the world can now be instantly replicated everywhere in the world -- Singularity huge.
And the time between insight and execution keeps shrinking. - Sean McBride
After learning new words, brain sees them as pictures -- ScienceDaily -
"When we look at a known word, our brain sees it like a picture, not a group of letters needing to be processed. That's the finding from a new study that shows the brain learns words quickly by tuning neurons to respond to a complete word, not parts of it." - Maitani from Bookmarklet
""We are not recognizing words by quickly spelling them out or identifying parts of words, as some researchers have suggested. Instead, neurons in a small brain area remember how the whole word looks -- using what could be called a visual dictionary," he says." - Maitani
Even for German speakers? :) - Stephen Mack
Are you hinting at our famous long words such as Donaudampfschifffahrtskapitän or Blumentopferde? That's an interesting question, what happens when we read a compound word? I suppose we simultaneously see the whole word and identify the parts. Hm. - Maitani
Yup, that was what I was wondering. - Stephen Mack
You have compound words in English, too. - Maitani
Not nearly as long! Do long compounds generate a slideshow? - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Based only on self-observation, I have the impression we take them in simultaneously. - Maitani
I'd like to learn more about this topic, if there are really differences in perceiving words/text between native speakers of different languages (I think there have to be), how we perceive compound words, if there are implications for teaching children/people to read. - Maitani
Btw, most of our compound words aren't as long as "Donaudampfschifffahrts....." (I suspect that one has intentionally been constructed for the purpose of demonstration). Two elements is absolutely common, three isn't unusual, but four often comes across as artificial or constructed ad hoc. The compounds that make it into the lexicon are the shorter ones. - Maitani
I definitely look at some Korean words as images. I them know on sight, especially verbs with the high honorific endings. I see -습니다 or -습니까 & immediately know I need to change my tone and what's a question or statement. To answer your question, with English, I can look at a whole word and just know. I rarely come across a word I don't know or, at least, can't figure out. With Spanish,... more... - Anika
Anika, I am not sure I understand what you mean by "block" in Korean. - Maitani
Are blocks something like letters, or combinations of letters? - Maitani
I think the 'skipping over' part is related to what we mean by a 'block' - and that this is closely related to reading difficulties some people have. When people 'jumble' words, skip over them, read them in the wrong order and/or don't find the meaning in them, there's evidence to suggest it's perceptual. - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
Do you mean how in Hangul, the assemblages that look like single logograms are actually composed of multiple letters? - Victor Ganata
I think this phenomenon of chunking was tangentially touched upon by that meme where you could comprehend words just from the initial and final consonants even if the middle was scrambled. - Victor Ganata
I think this is also part of the reason why certain English words have changed spelling drastically over the years while others have been well conserved. It frequently has nothing to do with actual phonetics and is often just about avoiding visual ambiguity. - Victor Ganata
This phenomenon of chunking is probably why spelling reform faces such difficulties in implementation. - Victor Ganata
Oh, sorry. Yes, each 'block' has 2 - 3 letters. Take 미국 The first 'block' is '미' and the second one is '국'. I immediately recognize '국' to mean soup, mix, or place/people. BTW, on the flip, Koreans like to shorten words mostly with syllabic abbreviation or just to their initial letters, which is terrible for a new learner. Also, the new trend of creating non-standard compound words is... more... - Anika
We learn new words by absorbing the totality of their associations and connections with other words, with particular pragmatic situations, with particular emotions, with particular sensory stimulation, etc. Words are embedded in many patterns across multiple dimensions of experience. And this is why the natural language understanding component of artificial intelligence is so difficult... more... - Sean McBride
Anika, thank you. Fascinating how they combine the words in such creative ways. :-) - Maitani
I want my country back -
Jodi Rudoren's advocacy piece for Benjamin Netanyahu against a "harsh...disrespectful... patronizing" President Obama might have been her application for an interview with the PM, but why did the Times run this assault on US policy at the top of the front page? The lobby is embedded in our political culture.
Apparently Mondoweiss has turned off notifications by email for new comments -- which makes new comments across multiple articles nearly impossible to follow efficiently. - Sean McBride
"I’ve never seen anything like this before: the top space of the newspaper turned over to a war- and fear-mongering foreign leader to undermine the US president." - Sean McBride
"But that’s garden-variety journalistic corruption, and the real offense of the piece is staggering. This is the journalistic equivalent of the Tom Cotton neocon letter: a foreign prime minister is given the top space in the New York Times to suggest again and again that Obama has gone off the rails. We are told that the president had “harsh” words for the prime minister and that the president has been “patronizing and disrespectful” to Israeli voters." - Sean McBride
"That’s what’s so mindboggling about the Times piece. The newspaper is once again lending its pages to aggressive Zionists. In the top spot, no less. To take on an American president in his foreign policy." - Sean McBride
"I always underestimated the strength of the Israel lobby. I didn’t want to extrapolate beyond what I’d seen before my eyes. But this piece suggests that the lobby is imbedded in the New York Times itself, that our leading newspaper sees it as its job to support Israel when the president is seeking to reassess his relationship with the country– supporting a rightwing racist foreign... more... - Sean McBride
Is there anyone involved in the US-Isr and Isr-Pal issue that doesnt understand the US press and media is under the domination of jewish -zio-dom? Not even worth wondering about---thats the way it is. You are looking at the exact conditions that existed in jewish dominated Weimar German society that made it easy for Hitler to arouse the population against the jews. Go to the JTA and read some more--its all there...dejavu,dejavu,dejavu----over and over. Never learn. - American
Many Zionists (both Jewish and Christian) are deliberately trying to provoke a Weimar moment with the United States (and the West in general) -- and they may well succeed. It's all part of the grand biblical/cabalistic narrative and master plan. - Sean McBride
"Is there anyone involved in the US-Isr and Isr-Pal issue that doesnt understand the US press and media is under the domination of jewish -zio-dom?" True, American---- which relates to the issue that was discussed on another thread about an article from Veterans Today. Who is credible and how does one determine credibility? Certainly most msm publications like the NYT and WaPo are... more... - weareone
The most interesting development here: the readership of the New York Times and Washington Post is in open revolt against those publications on Israeli issues. Monitoring the comments is fascinating. What must the ownership and management of the Times and Post be thinking? -- the flames are licking at their feet. - Sean McBride
WAO....agreed, there are so few sources that can be trusted. The msm definitely cant be trusted and I dont even trust anti israel sites to be totally accurate. There are some on the ground reporters like Fisk and others I trust and some analysts like Freeman and Walt and Cole. When it comes to Israel and the Jews I primilary trust 'past history' I said its all thing you cant question is 'a pattern' that has repeated itself exactly for 2000+ years. - American
"the readership of the New York Times and Washington Post is in open revolt against those publications on Israeli issues." Sean. Finally--it's taken long enough, but I doubt it will change anything. They'll probably just double down on the lies until the readership in non-existent. American, yes--- patterns can be very revealing. - weareone
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The GOP’s Playing Dangerous Politics with Israel - Rep. Steve Israel - POLITICO Magazine -
The GOP’s Playing Dangerous Politics with Israel - Rep. Steve Israel - POLITICO Magazine
"Never before have I worried about the duel loyalty idiocy. Any Republican who now puts that on the table gives credibility to the notion." - Sean McBride from Bookmarklet
Steve Israel is the perfect example of a jewish/congressional traitor to america. - American
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On learning new words
We learn new words by absorbing the totality of their associations and connections with other words, with particular pragmatic situations, with particular emotions, with particular sensory stimulation, etc. Words are embedded in many patterns across multiple dimensions of experience. And this is why the natural language understanding component of artificial intelligence is so difficult to solve. Words are the tip of a huge invisible iceberg. How does one make conscious and formally map out all that unconscious complexity? Make it computable? - Sean McBride
Is there a word for that? - Todd Hoff
Not one that rolls off the tip of my tongue. - Sean McBride
But there is a large sector of natural language that can be skimmed off and quickly mapped with algebraic and logical formalisms. - Sean McBride
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Court Accepts DOJ’s ‘State Secrets’ Claim to Protect Shadowy Neocons: a New Low
Regarding UANI (United Against Nuclear Iran). - Sean McBride
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To Stop Iran’s Bomb, Bomb Iran - (John R. Bolton) -
In browsing through Readers' Picks in the New York Times comments, one sees a solid wall of opposition to John Bolton and to neocon agitation for a military attack on Iran. Opinion is unanimous. - Sean McBride
[o; John Bolton; category; * 1. AEI member 2. Bilderberg member 3. Bush 43 administration member 4. CFR member 5. Christian 6. Christian Zionist 7. Clash of Civilizations ringleader 8. CNP member 9. Federalist Society member 10. FIDF member 11. Fox News pundit 12. Gatestone Institute member 13. Global War on Terror ringleader 14. Greater Israel supporter 15. Iran War ringleader 16. Iraq... more... - Sean McBride
A few interesting datapoints to provide context for Bolton's views. - Sean McBride
Facebook comments on the Bolton article: - Sean McBride
As you can see, there is a high level of activity going on at Facebook -- intense user engagement. - Sean McBride
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Harvey Weinstein Urges Jews to Take on Anti-Semites: "Kick These Guys in the Ass" - The Hollywood Reporter -
Harvey Weinstein Urges Jews to Take on Anti-Semites: "Kick These Guys in the Ass" - The Hollywood Reporter
""We're gonna have to get as organized as the mafia," the mogul told the audience at the Simon Wiesenthal Center's national tribute dinner, where he was introduced by friend and competitor Jeffrey Katzenberg as "a really nice Jewish boy."" - Sean McBride from Bookmarklet
They already are a mafia. How did the World Jewish Congress declaring war on Germany work out for them? There are 7 billion potential anti semites or resisters to Zio-Jewish-dom and only 13 million jews. Their hubris makes them stupid. - American
Haven't Mossad, Sayeret Matkal, Unit 8200 and similar agencies, operating globally with local help, been around for decades? - Sean McBride
"Kick these guys in the ass" suggests that more than fair and open political debate is on the menu. - Sean McBride
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I am going to miss FF -- posting and commenting here is clean, swift and effortless -- and new posts and comments from others are easy to follow on one page.
Facebook, Wordpress and Google+ really aren't competitive. - Sean McBride
The problems that members of this group ran into here are almost certainly the product of malicious hacking -- not of FF bugs. No one else on FF has reported these issues. - Sean McBride
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Leave Facebook if you don't want to be snooped on, warns EU | Technology | The Guardian -
Leave Facebook if you don't want to be snooped on, warns EU | Technology | The Guardian
"The European Commission has warned EU citizens that they should close their Facebook accounts if they want to keep information private from US security services, finding that current Safe Harbour legislation does not protect citizen’s data." - Sean McBride from Bookmarklet
The European view on this. - Sean McBride
My question: on which major Internet service anywhere in the world do not a dozen or more intelligence services enjoy access to all public and private communications and activities? Please name it. - Sean McBride
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