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  • theCroc

    theCroc

    March 11, 2015, 9:04 am

    Every project has a grinding period. A part of the project that quite frankly isn't fun but you do it because you know that there is something good waiting in the other end. Your problem is that you don't want the end result bad enough. You simply give up when the act of working on the project is no longer the motivating factor.

    The key is to make the end rather than the process the motivating factor.

    Surely you do finish some things. Look at those things and try to figure out what it is that makes you want the outcome. If you have a job it is probably the prospect of disappointing your client/employer and/or not getting paid that keeps you working. You probably have obligations towards family and friends that you do fulfill because you like/love them and don't want to disappoint or genuinely want to help them etc.

    So when you start a new project try to define the end goal and make that your motivation. Sure tinkering around with music is fun but the tinkering in itself wont motivate you when you have hours of boring adjustments to do. However if you have a mental image of the end product and what you want to accomplish with it the boring grinding work suddenly becomes worth it.

    Another trick is to externalize the motivation. Tell someone. Find a friend that doesn't let you get away with excuses and outline your idea to him/her. Tell that friend to not let you weasel out of it mid way. When he grinding sets in you wont only be doing it for yourself. You will also not want to look like a lesser man/woman in front of your friend. (Who should be calling you out on your project-avoiding anyway).

    EDIT: In the interest of full disclosure I have the same problem and have found that these trick works for me most of the time.

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  • kew2

    kew2

    March 10, 2015, 9:40 am

    I would start with a **web based game** because it is a good way to create the community to do further projects:

    Games need programmers, designers, writers, testers, advertisers who should be a great part of the reddit community. The game scales well, it can be started with 2 or with 200 people, depending on the amount of participants.

    In some days/weeks, google wave should go public. Combined with git source code management, it should be possible to coordinate this newly joined group of people.

    It is even possible to split the team midway if there is a dispute and both teams can continue working.

    I also like the idea of a game because it is something that reddit as a whole can enjoy, closing the loop that started with an AskReddit submission.

    *edit: For those that are interested, please reply to this comment with a short description of your possibilities. If there is some interest, I would really like to try it. I could do some programming, btw.

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  • Nebu

    Nebu

    March 10, 2015, 10:27 am

    The Japanese do use Chinese characters. So the Japanese character for "female", "good" and "child" and the Chinese character for "female", "good" and "child" are exactly identical.

    The Japanese call these Chinese characters "Kanji", and they are used for the semantic parts of the sentence (e.g. nouns like "child", adjectives like "good", verbs like "go"), and then use a different set of characters called "Hiragana" for grammatical structures (like verb-conjugation). Finally, they have characters called "Katakana" for words imported from non-Asian languages (like "ski", "hamburger", etc.)

    If you're having trouble getting your mind around this, consider the fact that English has two sets of characters: Uppercase and lowercase characters. (Also notice that the "same" character from the uppercase set might look completely different from the lowercase set. "A" and "a" look nothing alike.) There are rules for when you should use one character set versus the other (e.g. you should use uppercase as the first letter at the start of a sentence, or the first letter of a proper noun, or for all the letters of an acronym like TGIF, and use lowercase otherwise). if YOu uSE ThE WRonG CHARacTeR SEt, it looks a bit weird, and you might seem uneducated, but people will generally understand what you wrote.

    Similarly, Japanese have 3 character sets with rules of when to use each, and if you use the wrong one, the Japanese will still understand you, but it'll look weird and uneducated.

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  • nmathew

    nmathew

    March 10, 2015, 8:16 am

    I tend to think of the root problem being blindly following an ideology. In my limited experience, people who **know** they are right are often closed minded, intolerant jerks. People who have given serious thought to matters and understand the complexity and multifaceted aspects of life/civilization, etc, even if they are very certain of their position, tend to be more willing to hear people out. I know which of those groups I don't want acquiring any power.

    The Jews and other "undesirables" were a great scape goat for Hitler, Stalin followed his flavor of communism as certainly as any religious leader, the Grand Inquisitor was *right* while those opposed were sent from Satan himself, and so forth. Gandhi is on the record saying that the Jews shouldn't have resisted Hitler with force, but to peacefully submit hoping to cause doubt in someone's mind. Sorry, but if someone plans to kill you, being a pacifist is a dumb idea.

    Sociopaths are not going to be good with religion or a lack thereof. Outside of the mentally deranged, these problems tend to surface where people follow some belief to the exclusion of all others. This belief may be religious in nature or not. Religion often comes with some sweet built in rationalization options. Once everyone who disagrees with you isn't simply incorrect or holding a different opinion but evil, unholy, or subhuman, we get an us versus them situation which tends to end badly for the side with fewer pointy sticks.

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  • matts2

    matts2

    March 10, 2015, 8:23 am

    >You missed the point. I was commenting on how nations would likely recognize the independence of seceding states, using the USSR and Yugoslavia as an example. Hell, look at East Timor!

    So some seceding states are recognized and some are not. Not much of a point.

    >When the USSR and Yugoslavia broke up, the respective nations were almost IMMEDIATELY recognized as independent States, even before many of them had formal governments.

    Actually Bush I did not recognize the break-up of Yugoslavia, which ended up causing much of the problem since it emboldened Serbia.

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  • bolopunch

    bolopunch

    March 11, 2015, 8:34 am

    Well, what stands out about Douglas is not his talent or his record-- really, the only thing the guy ever did right was beat Tyson-- but the fact that he was able to stick to a game plan devised by his trainer(s) AND make it work. Leading w/ a left-hand uppercut would get you killed against most guys, but was perfect for a guy like Tyson bobbing and weaving in low.

    I doubt Rogers is going to show up with a Fedor-specific technique that will nullify Fedor's whole game, though. Of course he's got a puncher's chance, but doesn't everybody in every fight? (See Lutter vs Eastman.)

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  • go_fly_a_kite

    go_fly_a_kite

    March 10, 2015, 10:09 am

    my family maintains a rustic cabin on a lake in the mountains, that my great-grandfather built almost 100 years ago.

    one autumn night, when i was probably about 8 years old, i vividly remember the experience of going to the general store on the other side of the lake for some fishing lures a bit late in the day, and the sun setting on my way home. There's a long dirt road that winds around the lake between the cabin and the main road that the general store is on, and it was good and dark out by the time i started on it towards my family's property. I had neglected to bring a flashlight, but my eyes soon adjusted to the natural light and i'm sure that i uped my pace.

    At first i thought it pretty cool traipsing through the dark woods listening to the crunch of dead leaves underfoot among the livelier sounds of fall in the brisk evening air, but the pleasure of the adventure soon became unease as the feeling of being followed edged its way into my focus. I don't remember the details of my reactions in their full specificity, but gather i would have done some quick whirl-arounds and maybe a sudden but short sprint-or-two at around this juncture of the trek and i'd imagine by the time i was a mile in on path, that the paper bag of fishing lures I clutched must have been fairly well molded to the grip of my small damp hand. Slightly more than halfway down the road, I saw my Father's flashlight and he shouted greetings at me several times as he shone the beam on my person and continued his approach.

    that's my side of the story. it was creepy enough to remember it well about 15 years later when it came up in a family discussion regarding the wildlife in the area. i added that while i could attest to encountering the evidential "cat scat", I'd never actually seen any of the mountain lions that supposedly occupy the area. My parents looked at each other before my mother responded with a cryptic, "They've seen you"... After a moment, my father recounted his version of the night on the dirt road as i would have presumed up to the part where he shouted his greetings as he pointed the flashlight in my direction. Apparently, about 15 feet behind me (according to his estimation), the light reflected off a pair of eyes about half the height of my own. He says he never heard a sound as the creature bounded off into the woods.

    I'm really rather glad he decided not to finish that story for me until recently...

    edit: language.

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  • john_nyc

    john_nyc

    March 10, 2015, 4:27 pm

    If you are going to do it -- think about the type of site you want, pick a topic you enjoy writing about, make sure it is not so specific that getting visitors will be tough. Buy a domain and host it - avoid blogspot, blogger type sites because if you do grow many larger advertisers will not bother with you. be aware that it may take several months before you start to see some money come in - that is why 99% of new blogs fail within a month or two. I have made a very nice second income from blogs so it is possible...just have to be willing to put in some time.

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  • CaptainItalics

    CaptainItalics

    March 11, 2015, 4:01 am

    There are two scores: The karma _you_ possess, and the karma your _comments_ possess. Yes indeed, this scenario never gets either of the user accounts beyond 1000 points of karma, but they can can raise the karma of their _comments_ to infinity, pushing those comments to the top of every post and kicking off a karma war.

    To prevent this, you'd have to track each karma point with a list of all comments that it's been given to and the users that gave it, so that you can disallow it from being given to the same comment twice by the same user, including groups of 3, 4, 5 etc. circulating karma between themselves. This would require an algorithmic masterpiece of programming since the total number of karma points grows relentlessly with every passing minute (only totals are stored currently).

    Edit: Well, ok, there is another way: you have to select a comment of your own to subtract karma from before giving it to someone else. But this counteracts the whole purpose of comment karma, which is to push better comments to the top.

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  • ElectricRebel

    ElectricRebel

    March 11, 2015, 7:12 am

    "Let me ask you this: Why where there only panics and short recessions during the 1800's, but it wasn't until the Federal Reserve came to be that there was a depression?"

    We had some very serious depressions before the Fed. One of the big reasons the Great Depression overshadows these is because it happened in an era of higher technology that allowed it to be thoroughly documented. It probably was the worst, but it demonstrates the failure of having a central bank without having appropriate protections and regulations of the banking system. Also, see above for how central banks can be very bad if they behave badly (which no one doubts about the late 20s).

    Now, can you finally answer my question: How come we had 50 years of no financial panics at all during the Glass-Steagall era?

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  • Detry

    Detry

    March 10, 2015, 9:49 pm

    It's called "changing the subject".

    Israel is committing war-crimes! But what about Hamas?

    Hamas are terrorists! But what about Israel?

    You don't judge one persons actions by the actions of another. Lets say I raped your mother, your buddy finds out and chops my head off. Does one action excuse the other? What if your mother had ran over my nephew first? Either live by the values you hold or don't.

    >It doesn't matter what they do in Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, North-Korea, France, whatever. You treat people with respect, no matter what they're wearing or how they look.

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  • threwitaway

    threwitaway

    March 10, 2015, 11:14 pm

    sure. for futures trading, for example, you only have to put up a certain amount of money called margin. so if you buy a crude oil future, you might be required to have $10k in cash in your account as margin. if the crude oil price is $70, and the multiplier is 1,000 (i.e. each future represents 1,000 barrels), then the notional value of one future is $70,000. yet you only have to put up $10k to take on that bet.

    if the price of the crude future goes to $72, you make $2 x 1,000, and your futures contract is now worth $72k. but if it goes down $2, the position drops to $68k. that $2k is marked against your margin cash, so that $10k is now down to $8k.

    the problem is, you need $10k in margin per crude future, and now you are under-margined. my broker calculates this margin requirement throughout the day, so as crude drops and the cash in your account falls below the margin requirement, they will start to close your positions.

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  • jackrednur

    jackrednur

    March 10, 2015, 10:33 am

    Yes, but the extended warranty doesn't prevent the hassle of contacting customer support, mailing your box back to Microsoft, waiting for it to be fixed/returned...hence why I said "might save you a future migraine" as opposed to saying "you'll eventually regret your purchase, as there's no recourse for getting it fixed outside of buying a new system."

    On a side-note, I love both systems and I would absolutely adore my latest 360 if it was still working...so yah, my practical advice truly deserved to be downvoted guys. thanks.

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  • billybluecrab

    billybluecrab

    March 11, 2015, 3:12 am

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  • UglieJosh

    UglieJosh

    March 11, 2015, 7:24 am

    No. The bacon looks dry and overcooked. The bread is too think for a bacon sandwich and there really should be at least one other ingredient besides bacon and bread (otherwise, you should just say screw the bread and eat the bacon by itself). I would personally go with mayonnaise but that is personal preference. This sandwich looks terrible and anybody who would try to say otherwise is likely an internet fad jumper and not a true bacon lover at all.

    The Wild Turkey looks quite good though.

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