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Research proves gender imbalance on Wikipedia

[John Riedl] And so we wanted to think, well how would you approach this question of the gender imbalance in Wikipedia if you wanted to approach it from a very rigorous standpoint? [If you] really wanted to look at hundreds of thousands of editors and you wanted to look at
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Minimize/Maximize Widgets on the D2L Homepage (D2L 10.3)

this video is going to show you how to minimize and maximize widgets on a d2l home page in d2l the word widgets refers to modules like these that you’ll see on your overall D2L home page or on a course homepage students cannot make any changes to these widgets
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Tim Berners-Lee: The year open data went worldwide

Last year here at TED I asked you to give me your data, to put your data on the web, on the basis that if people put data onto the web — government data, scientific data, community data, whatever it is — it will be used by other people to
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Welcome to W3C | W3Cx on edX

TIM BERNERS-LEE: Hi. Are you someone who wakes up each day eager to code and build new stuff for the web? Do you want to master new tools and technologies? If so, these courses may be for you. They’re courses direct from the World Wide Web Consortium, the international group
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ANU to help lead World Wide Web development

Hi, I’m Alan Bird from the World Wide Web consortium and in Australia to welcome ANU as our new office here in Australia and we look forward to many more people in Australia joining us in helping the Web reach it’s full potential. Armin. Thank you Alan. So my name
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20 Useful Websites Every Student Should Know About – College Info Geek

Hey guys, today I thought I would make a list of 20 different useful websites that I think every student should know about. This list will include websites on how to find deals on textbooks, solve math problems, and lots of other things. It’s by no means an exhaustive list.
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“Men are not piano keys” Jordan Peterson on Dostoevsky’s Notes From Underground

Dostoevsky Dostoevsky was a big influence on Nietzsche, and it’s very interesting to read them in parallel because (Nietzsche) Dostoevsky is of course a dramatist and Nietzsche is a philosopher, and it’s almost as if Dostoyevsky wrote the drama and Nietzsche provided the philosophical commentary. They’re very very powerful to
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Rejection

Rejection is an everyday part of our lives and it sucks We as humans are raised to get used to disappointment and many of our actions are determined by our level of fear of being rejected And the reason this sucks is because our species depends on us being social
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