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Monthly Archives: december 2019

Sint-Romboutskathedraal, 29 december 2019

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Achter De Kazerne, 27 december 2019

Vandaag mocht ik als abonnee een kijkje achter de schermen nemen bij KV Mechelen. En vandaar: 25 foto’s van de nieuwe thuis van stamnummer 25.

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Verveling en vervelend

Gisteren was m’n petekind nog eens op bezoek. Die gast zit ondertussen al in ’t derde middelbaar. Ze worden toch rap groot, hè. Het ging over in de auto zitten, want zij kwamen van het verre Haspengouw naar Mechelen. En dat hij dat niet zo erg vond, want hij kon zich bezighouden op z’n smartphone. […]

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Het nieuwe station van Mechelen, 11 december 2019

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How I Eat For Free in NYC Using Python, Automation, Artificial Intelligence, and Instagram

Wat een held: In today’s digital age, a large Instagram audience is considered a valuable currency. I had also heard through the grapevine that I could monetize a large following — or in my desired case — use it to have my meals paid for. So I did just that.

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It’s Not Enough to Be Right—You Also Have to Be Kind

In de lijst “dingen waar ik nog wel wat marge in heb”: Why? Because you can’t reason people out of positions they didn’t reason themselves into. No one responds well to having their identity attacked. No argument made in bad faith—that the person on the other side is a moron or a dupe or a […]

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How Social Media Hacked Civic Conversation

Cal Newport: Adding quantifiable approval to a public forum leads to what’s known as moral grandstanding, an activity in which speakers take turns, each trying to out do those who came before them in whipping up approval from the crowd

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There is no algorithm for truth

Briljante lezing van YouTuber Tom Scott voor het Royal Institute in Londen:

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