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Mark Dunlop
Apprentice enchantress of numbers, would be amateur triathlete, husband, father and miniature schnauzer owner.
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Mark Dunlop Jun 7
Funny, I do always misalign Europe and N America. The Canada USA border feels like it should be much further north than central France!
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Mark Dunlop Jun 4
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Guy Verhofstadt Jun 4
Like Putin, Trump backs Brexit as it risks the post war order that keeps Europeans safe. Like China, Trump tries to pick off individual EU countries, as alone they are weaker. RT if you want a united Europe capable of defending its values & interests!
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Mark Dunlop Jun 4
Replying to @D_McMenemy
That was end of S3 start of S4 for me. Can't remember a thing... Maybe it didn't?
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Modacity May 31
Dutch women are a staggering 80 times more likely to cycle than their British counterparts; a mere 150km across the North Sea. Not because the terrain is different. Not because the weather is different. Not because the culture is different. But because the streets are different.
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Mark Dunlop Jun 1
Replying to @pigworker
No no. They pay higher taxes on their higher incomes as directors. Oh hang on.... Ehhhh ...
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Mark Ritson May 29
What people die from, What they Google, What the media covers.....
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Brilliant Maps May 31
Countries That Consume More Or Less Electricity Than Bitcoin Mining In Late 2018 -
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Mark Dunlop May 31
Listening to Shaggy and Sting singing about Jamaican beaches at a Scottish bus stop in end of May rain maybe a bad idea....
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Beronda Montgomery May 28
Although we often think of "retention package" as negotiations/offers associated w/keeping someone, TRUE "retention" happens (or does not) in the day-to-day PROACTIVE engagement, AND that should be occurring in spaces all over campuses/institutions/companies+1
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MobileHCI 2019 May 28
Due in 3 days this Friday, May 31st for the Late Breaking Results (Poster), Demos, Doctoral Consortium, and Tutorials tracks of MobileHCI 2019 Conference. The final submission deadline will be next WEDNESDAY June 5th for Industrial Perspectives!
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defsecnsattack May 27
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Iain P 🇪🇺 May 27
Let's recap. In Scotland, SNP (Remain) have their highest EP vote share ever (38%). In 's home city of Edinburgh, the Conservatives came fourth (10%), after SNP, Lib Dems & Greens (70% combined, all Remain). And the takeaway is: got to get Brexit across the line?!
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Mark Dunlop May 28
Interesting wee stoochy going on about the sensitivity of non-proportional graphs. Reminds me to re-read Huff's "How to Lie with Statistics" and Tufte's "Visual Display of Quantitative Information"...
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Mark Dunlop May 28
Replying to @mobiquitousmark
CONF ( mobilehci ) AND ( LIMIT-TO ( PUBYEAR , 2018 ) OR LIMIT-TO ( PUBYEAR , 2017 ) OR LIMIT-TO ( PUBYEAR , 2016 ) OR LIMIT-TO ( PUBYEAR , 2015 ) OR EXCLUDE ( PUBYEAR , ceur AND workshop AND proceedings ) )
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Mark Dunlop May 28
Andreas Komninos just shared a great trick with me on Scopus - if you have access you can do complex advanced searches, binary searches - next in thread give MobileHCI 2015-2018 then you can explore the filters, e.g. country gives an insightful list of author countries
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Philip Hensher May 27
6,085,174 people signed the petition to revoke article 50. Nobody took any notice. 5,248,533 people voted for the Brexit Party. These are apparently The People whose will must be followed unquestioningly.
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Mark Dunlop May 27
Replying to @D_McMenemy
In Scotland it's 60% remain parties 17% hard Brexit parties and 20% confused legacy parties
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Mark Dunlop May 27
My wee brother loved Transformers in the 80s. Cool to see robotics have got there (hopefully they'll keep the lack of extreme violence)...
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olivercoppard May 26
Cannot stand this ‘but Labour will lose votes if it backs a second referendum/backs Brexit’ line of argument. *The point of politics is not to figure out what’s popular and make it your policy, but to figure what should be your policy and make it popular*. Do what’s right, first.
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