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Насколько понимаема реплика "Like?" как "Can you provide an example of the phenomenon you're describing?"
#6JKRC6 (2+1) / @l29ah / 7 дней назад
У меня приступ идиотизма: > A Letter is a joy of Earth — > It is denied the Gods — Я понимаю общий смысл, но не понимаю как это грамматически работает. Мне хочется переломать предлоги во второй строчке, но там нет ошибки (https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/A_Letter_is_a_joy_of_Earth_%E2%80%94).
#3768YS (11) / @stiletto / 150 дней назад

есть ли какой-то годный скрипт на питоне, которому скармливаешь англ слово и получаешь транскрипцию этого слова?

нашёл что-то более-менее годное: https://github.com/mphilli/English-to-IPA, но всё равно не оч

или правильнее дёргать словарь, или онлайн-сервис какой-то? подскажите, а то хочу научить anki одной командой добавлять новые слова с переводами и транскрипцией

#NWU6IF (1) / @soko1 / 361 день назад
чот не могу найти правило в ангельском, согласно которому перед фамилией/псевдонимом тильда ставится при цитировании. "Хуй. Пизда" ~Джигурда ет действительно так или происки современных пидарасиков? встречаю довольно часто в последнее время
#OU58PX (2) / @anonymous / 364 дня назад

Написал очередного бота для изучения английского. Принцип прост: шлёшь боту любое англ слово и получаешь файл с начиткой этого слова носителем языка.

Try it: https://t.me/pronouncewordbot

Думал добавить ещё UK начитку на выбор, но тогда пришлось бы ещё БД вести с юзерскими настройками, поэтому пока забил. Ещё как варик - сразу два варианта присылать, но хз надо ли.

Столкнулся с одной проблемой: телега не останавливается после воспроизведения файла и начинает проигрывать все ранее загруженные файлы в мобильной версии под Android. В данном случае это совершенно неприемлемо. Можно ли как-то на это программно влиять?

#YPKIR9 (12) / @soko1 / 385 дней назад

Написал телеграм-бота для неправильных глаголов. Шлёшь ему любую из трёх форм, либо перевод, а он тебе присылает три формы + перевод.
В базе на данный момент 255 слов. Если чего вдруг не найдёте - сообщайте. Ещё планирую добавить транскрипцию со временем, но пока лень.

http://t.me/beganbegunbot

#APMMON (8+1) / @soko1 / 405 дней назад
Высрал кароч мнемонику для самых маленьких: A - это когда пытаешься подобрать слово для какой-то штуки и произносишь "эээ" в размышлениях о наиболее подходящем классе. The - это когда хочешь сказать that, но лень.
#FK41I3 (0) / @l29ah / 421 день назад
А пока гендерные учёные рассказывают, как проклятые буржуазные белые супремасисты отбирали у покорённых народов железные дороги, автомобили, туалетную бумагу и микроволновки, я, оказывается, уже как год назад репостил статью "How Africa Got Left Behind" #WYBMAE
#I12F8G (10+9) / @o01eg / 448 дней назад
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1039309513/glow-1-2 "Glow is an ongoing comic series by Ray Chou and Vincenzo Ferriero with art by Anny Maulina and Dia Jia. Glow takes place in a world where magic catalyzed both industrial revolution and nuclear holocaust. Half a millennia ago, an ancient and powerful empire known as Nymera developed a means to channel and store magical energy into a sticky blue substance known as anima, storing them into massive Towers across the world."
#1ADV3J (0+1) / @o01eg / 644 дня назад
полиглот охуенная тема! сдал базовую форму глагола на пятерочку //заебался правда опечатаваться, мне type gestures постоянно he на she заменял, ебаный матриархат. зато теперь все от зубов отскакивает https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.axidep.polyglotfull - тут 3.18, если кому жалко ста рублев, могу поделиться крякнутой 1.54, я ее начал пару лет назад проходить, но забил. а зря
#8HNR68 (13) / @anonymous / 679 дней назад
til human == humans we are human
#WSSUKH (6) / @mugiseyebrows / 742 дня назад
чот я невдуплю, можно ли перевести thy как свой/своё?
#8NW779 (1) / @anonymous / 800 дней назад
У Неандертальцев был крупнее мозг, сильнее тело, но они были первобытными коммунистами. Кроманьонцы были слабее их, но они были первобытными капиталистами. Как всегда, рыночек порешал. Вымершие неандертальцы — вот до какой исторической черты коммунисты хотят деградировать людей: https://fee.org/articles/trade-is-what-makes-us-human/ "In the blockbuster 2015 book Sapiens, Yuval Noah Harari pointed out that our species has conducted intergroup trade for tens of thousands of years, but that other species of hominids never did: “Archaeologists excavating 30,000 year old Sapiens sites in the European heartland occasionally find there seashells from the Mediterranean and Atlantic coasts. In all likelihood, these shells got to the continental interior through long-distance trade between different Sapiens bands. Neanderthal sites lack any evidence of such trade. Each group manufactured its own tools from local materials…” He argues that this is what gave homo sapiens a decisive competitive advantage over our distant cousins, who in some cases actually had bigger brains than us. However, Harari is not the first to make this argument. In his 2010 book The Rational Optimist: How Prosperity Evolves, Matt Ridley made and elaborated on the same point and the same argument. Ridley also noted the archaeological evidence of far-flung trade networks among homo sapiens. Ridley helpfully distinguishes between true trade and the other kinds of reciprocity that occur throughout the animal kingdom: “I am not talking about swapping favours — any old primate can do that. There is plenty of ‘reciprocity’ in monkeys and apes: you scratch my back and I scratch yours. (…) Such reciprocity is an important human social glue, a source of cooperation and a habit inherited from the animal past that undoubtedly prepared human beings for exchange. But it is not the same thing as exchange. Reciprocity means giving each other the same thing (usually) at different times. Exchange — call it barter or trade if you like — means giving each other different things (usually) at the same time: simultaneously swapping two different objects. In Adam Smith’s words, ‘Give me that which I want, and you shall have this which you want.’” Inventing inter-band trade was quite an achievement, Ridley remarks, especially given: “…the homicidal relationships between tribes. Famously, no other species of ape can encounter strangers without trying to kill them, and the instinct still lurks in the human breast. But by 82,000 years ago, human beings had overcome this problem sufficiently to be able to pass Nassarius shells hand to hand 125 miles inland.” Ridley compares the trade networks of our ancestors to the isolationism of Neanderthal bands: “This is in striking contrast to the Neanderthals, whose stone tools were virtually always made from raw material available within an hour’s walk of where the tool was used. To me this is a vital clue to why the Neanderthals were still making hand axes, while their African-origin competitors were making ever more types of tool. Without trade, innovation just does not happen. Exchange is to technology as sex is to evolution. It stimulates novelty. The remarkable thing about the moderns of west Asia is not so much the diversity of artefacts as the continual innovation. There is more invention between 80,000 and 20,000 years ago than there had been in the previous million. By today’s standards, it was very slow, but by the standards of Homo erectus it was lightning-fast. And the next ten millennia would see still more innovations: fish hooks, all sorts of implements, domesticated wolves, wheat, figs, sheep, money.” Neanderthals were individually stronger than us and had bigger brains. They were clever enough to make tools and weapons, to speak, to think conceptually, to create art, and to develop culture. But, they were incapable of trade relations outside the familial band, and that doomed them to many millennia of economic and technological stagnation."
#3SJW3B (17+1) / @o01eg / 832 дня назад
http://humanprogress.org/blog/how-africa-got-left-behind "African poverty was not caused by colonialism, capitalism or free trade. As I have noted before, many of Europe’s former dependencies became rich precisely because they maintained many of the colonial institutions and partook in global trade. African poverty preceded the continent’s contact with Europe and persists today. That is an outcome of unfortunate policy choices, most of which were freely chosen by Africa’s leaders after independence. Like Europe, Africa started out desperately poor. The late Professor Angus Maddison of Groningen University has estimated that, at the start of the Common Era, average per capita income in Africa was $470 per year (in 1990 dollars). The global average was roughly equal to that of Africa. Western Europe and North Africa, which were parts of the Roman Empire, were slightly better off ($600). In contrast, North America lagged behind Africa ($400). All in all, the world was both fairly equal and very poor. The origins of global inequality, which saw Western Europe and, later, North America, power ahead of the rest of the world, can be traced to the rise of the Northern Italian city states in the 14th century and the Renaissance in the 15th century. By 1500, a typical European was about twice as rich as a typical African. But the real gap in living standards opened only after the Industrial Revolution that started in England in the late 18th century and spread to Europe and North America in the 19th century. In 1870, when Europeans controlled no more than 10 per cent of the African continent (mostly North and South Africa), Western European incomes were already four times higher than those in Africa. Europe, in other words, did not need Africa in order to become prosperous. Europe colonised Africa because Europe was prosperous and, consequently, more powerful. Appreciation of the chronology of events does not justify or defend colonialism. But it does help explain it. Africa’s fortunes under colonial rule varied. Much progress was made in terms of health and education. Maddison estimates that in 1870, there were 91 million Africans. By 1960, the year of independence, the African population grew more than threefold – to 285 million. The OECD estimates that over the same time period the share of the African population attending school rose from less than 5 per cent to over 20 per cent. On the down side, Europeans treated Africans with contempt, and subjected them to discrimination and, sometimes, violence. That violence intensified during Africa’s struggle for independence, as the colonial powers tried to beat back African nationalists. As a result, African leaders took over countries where repression of political dissent was already firmly established. Instead of repealing censorship and detention laws, however, African leaders kept and expanded them. It was precisely because colonial rule was so psychologically demeaning to Africans in general and nationalist leaders in particular that post-independence African governments were so determined to expunge many of the colonial institutions. Since rule of law, accountable government, property rights and free trade were European imports, they had to go. Instead, many African leaders chose to emulate the political arrangements and economic policies of a rising power that represented the exact opposite of Western free market and liberal democracy – the Soviet Union. [...] Africa’s love affair with socialism persisted until the 1990s, when, at long last, Africa started to reintegrate into the global economy. Trade relations with the rest of the world were somewhat liberalised and African nations started to deregulate their economies, thus climbing up the rankings in the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business report. That said, even today, Africa remains the least economically free and most protectionist continent in the world. That – and not free trade – is the problem."
#WYBMAE (0+1) / @o01eg / 833 дня назад
http://blog.extremehacking.org/blog/2017/07/31/hungarian-hacker-arrested-pressing-f12/ В кратце: в Будапеште за миллион баксов набыдлокодили систему продажи билетов на общественный транспорт с кучей багов, как например поле с суммой было readonly, но если поправить html в браузере, то можно цену поменять, а на бэкенде никто не стал проверку суммы делать. Пацанчик этот баг нашел, написал в саппорт, а через 2 недели его мусора загребли.
#FSE0VS (7+4) / @anarchy / 859 дней назад
Замечательно, Медуза, при всех её недостатках, открывает окно в англоязычные новости. Люди уже спрашивают про колорадскую ленточку: https://twitter.com/meduza_en/status/884475340441231362
#D7GC3S (0) / @o01eg / 884 дня назад
Проснулись наконец. Очень длинная, но очень качественная статья о России без каких-либо альт-райтовских иллюзий (даже про Кадырова и Дугина вспомнили): http://reason.com/archives/2017/07/07/russias-global-anti-libertaria "Russia's Global Anti-Libertarian Crusade How Vladimir Putin's desire for domination and acceptance is scrambling American politics. One of the surreal twists of the past year in American politics has been the rapid realignment in attitudes toward Russia. Democrats, many of whom believe that Russian interference was key to Donald Trump's unexpected victory last November, are now the ones sounding the alarm about the Russian threat. Meanwhile, quite a few Republicans—previously the keepers of the anti-Kremlin Cold War flame—have taken to praising President Vladimir Putin as a strong leader and Moscow as an ally against radical Islam. A CNN/ORC poll in late April found that 56 percent of Republicans see Russia as either "friendly" or "an ally," up from 14 percent in 2014. Over the same period, Putin's favorable rating from Republicans in the Economist/YouGov poll went from 10 percent to a startling 37 percent. The dominant narrative in the U.S. foreign policy establishment and mainstream media casts Putin as the implacable enemy of the Western liberal order—an autocratic leader at home who wants to weaken democracy abroad, using information warfare and covert activities to subvert liberal values and to promote Russia-friendly politicians and movements around the world. In this narrative, President Donald Trump is like the French nationalist Marine Le Pen, whose failed presidential campaign this year relied heavily on loans from Russian banks with Kremlin ties: a witting or unwitting instrument of subversion, useful to Putin either as an ideological ally or as an incompetent who will strengthen Russia's hand by destabilizing American democracy. At its extremes, the Russian subversion narrative relies on a great deal of conspiratorial thinking. It also far too easily absolves the Western political establishment of responsibility for its failures, from the defeat of European Union supporters in England's Brexit vote to Hillary Clinton's loss in last November's election. Putin makes a convenient boogeyman. Nonetheless, there is a real Russian effort to counter American—plus NATO and E.U.—influence by supporting authoritarian nationalist movements and groups, such as Le Pen's National Front, Hungary's quasi-fascist Jobbik Party, and Greece's neo-Nazi Golden Dawn. Today's Russia is no longer just a moderately authoritarian corrupt regime trying to maintain its regional influence. Cloaked in the mantle of religious and nationalist values, the Kremlin positions itself as a defender of tradition and sovereignty against the godless progressivism and the migrant hordes overtaking the West. It has a global propaganda machine and a network of political operatives dedicated to cultivating far-right and sometimes far-left groups in Europe and elsewhere. Tom Palmer, vice president for international programs at the Atlas Network, has been actively involved in projects promoting liberty in ex-Communist countries since the late 1980s; he has taken to warning against a new "global anti-libertarianism." Writing for the Cato Policy Report last December, Palmer noted that "Putin, the pioneer in the trend toward authoritarianism, has poured hundreds of millions of dollars into promoting anti-libertarian populism across Europe and through a sophisticated global media empire, including RT and Sputnik News, as well as a network of internet troll factories and numerous made-to-order websites." Slawomir Sierakowski of Warsaw's Institute for Advanced Study and Emma Ashford of the Cato Institute have also warned about the rise of an "Illiberal International" in which Russia plays a key role..."
#3S4X8J (1) / @o01eg / 887 дней назад
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