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Bartekus
People that walk to the rhythms of their own heart and mind, will always arrives at their destination.
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Bartekus Apr 11
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Bartekus Apr 6
Replying to @dan_abramov
What about generator functions?
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Speke Wilson Mar 25
Replying to @jeremyphoward
When you wear a mask, any mask, you signal to everyone that you support the nurses, doctors, everyone who is on the front lines. This is because it works. Wearing a mask also encourages social distancing. And it will relax you.
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narrowpath Mar 25
Replying to @jeremyphoward
Also - as per the study, adding a drop of dish soap to the salt solution will help it stick to hydrophobic materials like PP that some masks are made with - this will greatly improve performance
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narrowpath Mar 25
Replying to @jeremyphoward
Universal Virus deactivation system can easily be applied to ANY mask. See the Science 👇 A simple soak in a saturated salt solution, followed by air drying will turn any mask into a Killing machine
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The Masked Protectors -- Jonathan Toomim Mar 25
Cotton/cloth masks appear to be better than nothing, but surgical masks are much better. Surgical masks allow half as many particles through as DIY masks. They're also absurdly cheap -- I'm importing them for $0.24/pc in 2.5k quantities.
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Jeremy #Masks4All Howard Mar 25
Replying to @jtoomim @NickForr
Here are 34 papers that are pretty convincing taken together that basic masks are effective for everyone
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Jeremy #Masks4All Howard Mar 25
Replying to @jtoomim @NickForr
Most government bodies aren't currently willing to promote mask wearing in the general population due to concerns about hoarding. But if you don't restrict yourself to English language places, there are many examples of official recommendations (eg Czech, Taiwan, Singapore)
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Jeremy #Masks4All Howard Mar 25
Replying to @jtoomim @NickForr
Also there aren't any RCTs on this, and it's hard to publish results in today's academic climate without them. So the research is largely observational. But it's still pretty compelling.
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The Masked Protectors -- Jonathan Toomim Mar 25
This study is a pretty good example: The abstract says that masks didn't help because adherence was low. But they also do an analysis of the effect of actually wearing the mask, and conclude that mask wearing reduces risk by 74%.
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The Masked Protectors -- Jonathan Toomim Mar 25
Most of the studies only look at whether handing out the mask helps. But a couple look deeper, and check whether actually *wearing* the mask during the first few days of a relative's sickness helps. In those studies, mask wearing reduces risk of infection by about 60-80%.
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The Masked Protectors -- Jonathan Toomim Mar 25
Another common problem with those studies is that they often hand out the masks after the subject has already been exposed. It turns out that putting on a mask does not confer retroactive protection, only proactive protection.
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The Masked Protectors -- Jonathan Toomim Mar 25
The CDC states that face masks are effective for health care workers and ineffective for everybody else. This is based on several studies that found that handing masks to people whose family has influenza does not protect them from illness. Guess why? They don't use them.
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Bartekus Dec 17
Hey , is there a way to trigger re-render of react-final-form? My form is a combination of Redux Example & Wizard Form, so after modifying the values at the reducer level, despite seeing them in the FormStateFromRedux <pre> component, the form itself does not reflect them
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Bartekus Nov 21
Replying to @emiliano84 @seldo
That's not what the cyberpunk culture of 90s taught me. ALL corporations are EVIL; there can be no exception when their only true mantra and allegiance is to their bottom line; the profits.
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Bartekus Sep 21
Replying to @LocalEthereum
Tall order... We still haven't rolled out a TV remote that doesn't stump elderly people, and here we are trying to get general population onboard of crypto.
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Bartekus Sep 21
Replying to @imbhargav5 @rauchg
Got an example of that goodness?
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brb Aug 29
“leave it for now we’ll fix it in the next sprint” - visualized
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Bartekus Aug 27
Replying to @AshleyGullen @v8js
I think it would be `o?[str]?()` since you do not prefix dynamic values with a dot
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Bartekus Jul 5
Replying to @wheatpond
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