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Card of the Day - 10 of Cups - Saturday, January 20, 2018

Happy, happy! Joy, joy! The 10 of Cups is definitely a feelgood card. Today being Saturday, I am inclined to lean toward family time if you are in a position to do so. 317 more words


fMRI decoding using deep learning

Brain decoding has been a popular topic since the last decade, in which linear SVM is usually used as the classifier to identify the categories of the seen stimuli, for instance face or scene images. 369 more words


January 22, 2018 (2 Sam 5:1-7, 10)

David becomes recognized as king for a united Israel (North and South).He conquers Jerusalem that belonged to a group of people called the Jebusites. It was never territory that the Israelites controlled until David sieged it. 18 more words


WK 3B in Ordinary Time

We hear the call to Jesus’ first disciples. They follow Him immediately. 2000 years later, 1/3 of the world’s population claim to be Christian. Even in atheistic China, by 2025, there may be 160 million Christians. 20 more words


"The Accusation: Dissident Fiction from North Korea" at NYPL

Earlier this week, I interviewed South Korean human rights activist Do Hee-yun– the person said to be responsible for helping the manuscript of “The Accusation” escape North Korea– at the New York Public Library.  105 more words


January 19, 2018 (1 Sam 24:3-21)

For those of you who are not from Memphis or West Tennessee, you don’t know why there hasn’t been a blog the last few days. If you are from this area, you know that things have been shut down due to snow, ice, and frigid temps. 114 more words


reading technique: "affirmative" readings

The short, tl;dr explanation

For conventional readings, you pick random cards in order to find a message, an answer in them – an answer you hadn’t yet found (or at least been unable to put into words) without the help of the cards. 765 more words