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2022.01.10 15:49 Diablo996 EnderCommonSense

Welcome to The EnderCommonSense. ('End of Common Sense?' or 'Ender. Common Sense' you choose). Created to help Ender users understand some printer related things better. Replies, Tips, Additions and corrections are always welcome but please do not start new threads. I am trying to keep it in an easy to scroll through layout. Transgressions may end with it being locked down again.

2010.02.27 05:23 Meades_Loves_Memes r/teenagers

teenagers is the biggest community forum run by teenagers for teenagers. Our subreddit is primarily for discussions and memes that an average teenager would enjoy to discuss about. We do not have any age-restriction in place but do keep in mind this is targeted for users between the ages of 13 to 19. Parents, teachers, and the like are welcomed to participate and ask any questions!

2023.06.05 09:43 PrivateFrank What is a good analogy to explain how "a debate about trans issues" is "a debate about trans existence"?

You frequently get transphobes complaining that they aren't allowed to "even have the debate" about trans issues. It's clear to me that what they mean is that they just don't really believe trans people when they say that they have gender dysphoria / they really are the gender with which they identify. So transphobes don't believe that trans people exist - but in the sense that they don't believe that being trans is possible in the first place.
However when told "please don't debate my existence", the transphobes claim that existence isn't the issue - of course trans people exist. They have names and bodies and social media accounts, after all. Of course they exist as human beings, but there's some fundamental disagreement about how gender identity works, and the transphobes want to debate that.
Of course it's very hard to have any debate about someone else's subjective experience of their own self. I have spoken to enough people and tried to educate myself on all of these issues, and I have come to the conclusion that the inaccessibility of someone else's first person experience is enough for me that the best way forward is to just believe people when they tell you who they are.
I'm asking this question because, as unlikely as it seems, I have some friends who have taken on board the idea that "militant trans activists" aren't allowing for any discussion at all. I know this is silly, bit this is how they feel. However unlike certain authors of children's books they genuinely aren't acting from a place of malice.
When speaking recently, the idea that "debate was not allowed" turned into a sticking point in our discussion. I could not think of a good way to explain why trans people feel like they can't accept "the debate" without at least protesting any time it happened.
Me pointing out that the socially conservative religious right use any debate as cover for absolutely horrible things which directly lead to a culture in which the lives and livelihoods of trans people being threatened unfortunately didn't connect with them enough. They didn't see this as a good enough reason to "shut down all debate", as they put it. The TERFs are transphobic for seemingly completely different reasons to the right wing transphobes.
So I'm stuck trying to think of some way to express the idea that some debates are off the table when it comes to trans issues. I think an analogy would help here, but I'm coming up short.
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2023.06.05 09:41 Amriteshgautam YES, Emiway really had to diss Stan .

Now I`m leaving it to you all; Tm log khudko Emiway ke jagah pe individually rakh ke dekho , didn`t all this should hurt u badly. And give u the right to take shots at him on ur tracks.
Also jo log yeh " THUUK KE CHAATNA " ko use kr rhe toh bhai tere according jo log apne life mae kisi insaan se 1 baar lad liye, unhe phir wapas baat hi ni krna chahiye and poore lifetime ek dushre ke against rehna chahiye phir jaake unki so called Personality justified hogi.
P.S. - A huge shoutout to Mods for maintaining the quality of this sub by removing numerous unnecessary posts about this track.
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2023.06.05 09:41 disposal_n555 "Feeling cis" when I wake up

This is something I've noticed on a near-universal basis and I'm wondering if it's a common experience or not.
Basically, when I wake up most of my trans feelings are not present. I might start thinking trans thoughts quickly, but the associated emotions are not present. It feels like all the stuff I was feeling before going to bed the previous day didn't happen, or that I made myself feel it on purpose or something.
This did create some self-doubt in the beginning, but I recognize now that over time these feelings creep back into my psyche over the course of the day. I get subtle (or less-than-subtle reminders) of these feelings as I go outside/to work, if I choose to interact with trans media, or just as the day progresses. The anxiety builds up. By the time the afternoon rolls around I'm back to my usual mildly-dysphoric self.
Anyone else experience this?
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2023.06.05 09:36 -Blyz- Videos on youtube

Not that reddit takes the high ground as far as social media goes, but I've noticed a common trend of more (specifically older) controversial videos on youtube having their pixel/audio quality reduced; if not being removed completely.
Prove me wrong?
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2023.06.05 09:35 AutoModerator [Download Course] Dan Koe – Digital Economics Masters Degree (

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  • Learn to sell on social media, in your writing, and across different platforms.
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2023.06.05 09:34 Smith_Jing Cloud-Borne Creations: Exploring the Future of Remote Production in the Media Industry

Cloud-Borne Creations: Exploring the Future of Remote Production in the Media Industry
Embarking on the kaleidoscopic journey that constitutes cloud-based crafting, or remote production, one encounters a liberating universe. In this realm, the intricate dance of creating and distributing media content transcends geographical barriers, empowering global collaborations. Pioneering technology in tandem with innovative cloud-production strategies are fueling this transformation, optimizing costs, and mitigating environmental impact.

While not an alien concept, remote production has recently gained momentum. Several factors lend force to its sails:

- The surprise visit of the Covid-19 pandemic, driving media entities towards remote work models and the invention of novel content creation and distribution techniques.
- Rapid proliferation of groundbreaking technology like cloud computing, artificial intelligence, and 5G networks, stimulating high-quality, low-latency, and scalable cloud-production possibilities.
- A growing worldwide appetite for diverse, personalized, and immersive content, necessitating elevated flexibility and creativity from media producers.

Delving deeper, we'll examine key trends that hint at the prospective trajectory of cloud production and focus on significant industry players steering this profound shift.

Trend 1: Dual-Mode Work Paradigms
A crucial evolution within remote production is the emergence of dual-mode work paradigms, a symbiotic blend of traditional and remote work settings. Providing a buffet of choices for the work location, timing, and modality, these paradigms cater to individual preferences and project specifics.

These work structures could potentially boost productivity, encourage collaboration, champion diversity, and balance work and life. Moreover, they may help media corporations to attract and retain international talent, bypass immigration challenges, and curtail infrastructure expenses.

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), a tech services behemoth offering remote production solutions, is an epitome of this trend. They envisage a future where 75% of their workforce operates remotely by 2025, a testament to the potential of dual-mode work paradigms to enhance staff morale, fuel creativity, and magnify client satisfaction.

Trend 2: Cybernetic Production Ateliers
A captivating trend is the emergence of cybernetic production ateliers. By utilizing state-of-the-art tech like virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), mixed reality (MR), and game engines, these ateliers fabricate immersive media environments.

These ateliers allow media creators to devise engaging content, curate customized, interactive experiences, and reduce dependence on physical sets, thereby economizing and shrinking environmental impact.

Consider Zapier, a cutting-edge workflow automation firm with a global team. They leverage VR to create virtual workspaces, promoting camaraderie and social connection among remote employees and fostering a sense of belonging and deep engagement.

Trend 3: Artificial Intelligence
In remote production, another potent trend is the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) across various facets of media production. AI enables producers to simplify tasks, optimize workflows, elevate content quality, extract meaningful insights, and develop distinct content creation techniques.

AI is a valuable asset in overcoming challenges like communication barriers, security issues, and technical glitches in remote production.

TVU Networks, a global leader in cloud-based live video solutions, provides a compelling example. They have launched TVU MediaMind & Search, an AI-based tool revolutionizing content discovery and retrieval. By scrutinizing video metadata, speech patterns, text, and facial recognition, this innovative tool quickly identifies and extracts precise moments of footage crucial for storytelling.

In essence, remote production serves as both a timely solution to the current crisis and a forward-thinking blueprint for the media industry. It confers manifold benefits on media professionals, corporations, audiences, and our planet. Yet, the complexities and potential risks posed by remote production necessitate careful contemplation and skilful management. Media companies are thus compelled to adopt novel strategies, policies, and technologies to ensure the effectiveness, fairness, and security of remote production operations.

The trends highlighted in this dialogue underline the persistent evolution and deep-seated impact of remote production on the media industry. We hope that this exploration has provided you with meaningful insights and sparked curiosity for your foray into the domain of remote production.

To further underscore, GitLab, a worldwide juggernaut with the largest entirely remote team, utilizes AI tools such as Grammarly,, Loom, and Krisp to enhance communication and collaboration among their globally scattered workforce. These tools are harnessed for a variety of tasks, including writing, transcription, video recording, and noise cancellation.

Broadly, remote production signifies more than a mere response to the prevailing pandemic situation. It represents a futuristic view of the work environment within the media sector. The wide-ranging benefits it offers to professionals, corporations, audiences, and even to the environment are substantial. Nevertheless, the challenges and potential risks inherent in remote production call for thoughtful consideration and skilful management. In navigating these waters, media organizations are urged to adopt innovative strategies, regulatory measures, and technological solutions to ensure the efficacy, efficiency, equity, and security of remote production practices.
The trends dissected herein reflect the continuous metamorphosis and transformative influence of remote production on the media industry. Our sincere aspiration is that this article serves as a reservoir of valuable insights and motivation as you embark on your own expedition towards embracing remote production. The future, replete with virtual realities and AI helpers, beckons! The journey promises not just the excitement of exploration but also the satisfaction of contributing to a more sustainable, efficient, and creative world of media production. So, step on the pedal and let the journey begin.
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2023.06.05 09:33 vchavan12 Exploring the Scope of Data Science Career and Opportunities in 2023

Exploring the Scope of Data Science Career and Opportunities in 2023
Scope of data science
The scope of a career in data science has never been more promising. The Indian IT industry body, NASSCOM, estimated that India's data science market would reach $16 billion by 2025. Companies, big and small, have realized the immense value that lies within their data. They are looking for talented professionals who can navigate the vast sea of information, extract meaningful patterns, and translate them into actionable strategies. As a data scientist, you have the power to unravel the mysteries hidden within data and bring about tangible change.
Imagine you're a data scientist working for a leading e-commerce company. Every day, millions of customers visit the website, browse through products, and make purchases. Behind the scenes, an unimaginable amount of data is generated – from customer preferences and browsing behavior to transaction history.
Now, picture yourself at the center of this data-driven ecosystem. Your role as a data scientist is to delve into this sea of information, analyze it, and extract valuable insights that will make up the company's strategy. By leveraging powerful statistical models and ML algorithms, you can easily identify patterns, predict future buying behaviors, and optimize the website's user experience. This is what data science is all about. Let’s look at the basic definition.

What is Data Science?

Data science is a multidisciplinary field that combines statistics, mathematics, programming, and domain expertise to extract meaningful insights and patterns from complex datasets. It empowers organizations to make data-informed decisions, optimize processes, and gain a competitive edge in the market. From healthcare and finance to marketing and manufacturing, data science has applications in virtually every sector, making it a highly versatile and sought-after career path.
However, data science is not just about crunching numbers and analyzing datasets. It's a captivating blend of art and science, combining technical expertise with creativity, problem-solving skills, and the ability to think critically. It's about diving into the unknown, exploring uncharted territories, and understanding the complexities beneath the surface.
To excel in data science, a combination of technical and domain expertise is important. Further, proficiency in programming languages like Python or R, a solid understanding of statistical analysis and ML algorithms, and the ability to communicate complex findings to non-technical stakeholders are essential skills for a successful data scientist in 2023.

Why Choose a Data Science Career?

  • Data Science Craze is Real
Yes. The demand for data scientists is soaring like never before! Companies across all industries have caught on to the power of data-driven decision-making, and they're on the hunt for skilled professionals like you who can analyze and interpret complex datasets. Trust me, you are and will be in high demand!
  • Widening Application Domains
But wait, it gets better! Data science isn't confined to a single industry; it's a force that spans various domains. Think healthcare, finance, retail, manufacturing, and more. You name it; data science has got it covered! This means you can choose to work in the field that excites you the most while enjoying the vast opportunities that come your way.
  • Big Data and Machine Learning
The era of big data has arrived, and data scientists are at the forefront of this revolution. With the exponential growth of data, traditional methods of analysis fall short. This is where machine learning (ML) comes into play. By harnessing the power of algorithms and statistical models, you can extract invaluable insights from mountains of data. Machine learning brings automation, predictive analytics, and anomaly detection to the table, revolutionizing entire industries.
  • AI and Data Science integration
Data science and artificial intelligence (AI) go hand in hand. AI algorithms thrive on large volumes of data, and data science provides the tools and techniques to make sense of this data. In 2023, the integration of AI and data science is set to reshape industries such as healthcare, finance, and transportation. As a data scientist, you can contribute to developing AI systems, ensuring they are accurate, ethical, and unbiased.
  • Specialization in Data Science
Data science is like a universe with countless stars; you get to be the shining star by specializing in a specific area. Want to be a data engineering wizard? Build and manage data infrastructure like a boss! Fancy being a machine learning maestro? Develop and deploy mind-blowing models and algorithms! Or maybe you're a business-savvy analyst who can extract actionable insights and drive strategic decision-making. The possibilities are as diverse as your interests!
  • Lucrative Salary and Job Growth
Now, let's talk about the icing on the data science cake – the Salary Package! As the demand for skilled data scientists keeps rising, so do the opportunities for career growth and financial prosperity. According to recent studies, data scientists enjoy above-average salaries and excellent job security, making it one of the most in-demand tech professions in the digital era.
  • Continuous Learning and Upskilling
Data science is a rapidly evolving field, and staying updated with the latest trends and technologies is crucial for your career advancement. There are plenty of resources for upskilling, including online courses, boot camps, and workshops. These resources allow data scientists to enhance their skill sets, learn new tools and techniques, and stay abreast of industry advancements. Moreover, data science communities and forums like Kaggle and Github provide opportunities for networking, knowledge sharing, and collaboration with like-minded professionals.
  • Global Opportunities
The scope of data science extends beyond geographical boundaries. In the digital age, data knows no borders, and organizations around the world are embracing data science to drive innovation and growth. This opens up global job opportunities and the possibility of working with diverse teams across multiple countries and cultures. The global nature of data science promotes cross-cultural learning and collaboration while allowing for a rich and satisfying work experience. Your skills know no bounds!

Career Paths for Data Science

Data science offers a plethora of exciting career paths, allowing individuals to specialize in their areas of interest. Each role has its unique focus and responsibilities, but they all share the common goal of harnessing the power of data to generate valuable insights and drive informed decision-making.
Let's explore some of the prominent career options:
  1. Machine Learning Engineer: ML algorithms play a major role in data science. As an ML engineer, you will develop and optimize algorithms, work on model deployment, and fine-tune their performance.
  2. Data Scientist: Data scientists are at the forefront of data analysis and modeling. They apply statistical techniques and machine learning algorithms to extract valuable insights and solve complex business problems.
  3. Data Analyst: Data analysts interpret and analyze complex data sets, uncover trends, and provide insights to support business decision-making.
  4. Data Engineer: Data engineers focus on building and maintaining the infrastructure required for data processing, storage, and retrieval. They work closely with data scientists to ensure seamless data flow.
  5. Data Architect: Data architects design and create the overall structure of a data system, ensuring its scalability, security, and performance. They play a crucial role in defining data strategies for organizations.

Future Scope of Data Science Career in India

The future scope of data science in India is exceptionally promising. With its growing digital economy and increasing adoption of data-driven technologies, India is poised to become a major hub for data science.
Here are some key factors that contribute to the future scope of data science in India:
  • Industry Adoption: Data science is no longer confined to tech companies. Organizations across industries, including healthcare, finance, retail, and entertainment, embrace data science to gain a competitive edge. This industry adoption creates a demand for data scientists who possess the necessary skills to analyze large datasets, build predictive models, and derive actionable insights.
  • Academia and Education: Recognizing the need for skilled data scientists, academic institutions in India are incorporating data science and analytics programs into their curricula. Leading universities and institutes offer specialized online certification courses and degree programs in data science, equipping students with the necessary skills to meet industry demands. This emphasis on education and skill development contributes to the future growth and scope of data science in India.
  • Increased Data Availability: With the proliferation of digital devices, the volume and variety of data being generated are expanding rapidly. This abundance of data will provide data scientists with more opportunities to uncover insights and drive innovation.
  • Thriving Start-up Culture: India has a vibrant start-up ecosystem, with many data-driven start-ups emerging in multiple sectors. These start-ups rely heavily on data science and analytics to drive their business strategies, optimize operations, and deliver personalized user experiences. As a result, the growth of start-ups provides plenty of job opportunities for data scientists and creates an environment conducive to innovation in the field.
  • Global Outsourcing Destination: India has long been a preferred destination for global outsourcing, and the field of data science is no exception. Many international companies outsource their data analytics and machine learning projects to Indian firms, creating ample job opportunities for data scientists in the country. This trend further strengthens the future scope of data science in India.

Summing Up!

As you can see, the future of data science is filled with immense opportunities. From the rising demand for skilled professionals to the adoption of AI and the limitless applications across industries, data science offers a world of opportunities. Several reports claim that there has been a significant increase in recent years in the number of job postings for data scientists, which is expected to continue. With the explosion of data, businesses rely on data scientists to extract valuable information and unlock the potential of data-driven solutions.
As a data scientist, you can specialize in various domains, enjoy lucrative salary packages, and make a positive global impact. So, if you have a passion for data and a drive to make a difference, enroll in an online data science certification and unlock the boundless possibilities that await you.
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2023.06.05 09:32 Noisybee97FOUR Weed and Psychosis

Soooo before I knew I had a grandparent with schizophrenia, I didn't think much about weed risks. I only smoked it 3 times in my whole life, but for some reason, the 2nd time, even though nothing changed about the weed whatsoever, I hallucinated quite badly.
Talk about geometric shapes that got me unable to comprehend reality, life went to 14 FPS as if it was lagging and if I tried to focus my central vision on something, the geometric shapes completely covered it, I had to keep moving my eyes left and right so I could see what I am looking at.
That and I basically felt a mix of consciousness and autopilot where I would talk to someone, and in the middle of the conversation, I suddenly said, "wtf is this," and it was my phone. But during all of this, I was completely calm.
I was on antipsychotics that night due to other mental health issues. When I woke up the next day I returned to normal, though, felt quite a bit of hangover if that made sense.
Is my experience commonly, or should I be worried, I just triggered a ticking time bomb for schiz affecting me?
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2023.06.05 09:31 7Yards_Solutions The best social media marketing agency!7Yards Solutions

The best social media marketing agency!7Yards Solutions
A social media marketing agency is a company that specializes in providing services related to marketing and promoting businesses on social media platforms. These agencies help businesses leverage the power of social media to reach and engage their target audience, build brand awareness, drive website traffic, and ultimately increase sales and conversions.
Here are some common services provided by social media marketing agencies:

a collective term for websites and applications that focus on communication, community-based input, interaction, content-sharing and collaboration
  1. Social media strategy development: They work closely with businesses to understand their goals and target audience, and then create a customized social media strategy to achieve those goals.
  2. Account setup and optimization: They set up social media accounts on platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube. They optimize these accounts by creating compelling profiles, choosing relevant keywords, and integrating branding elements.
  3. Content creation and curation: They develop engaging and shareable content, including text, images, videos, and infographics, to be posted on social media platforms. They may also curate relevant content from other sources to provide value to their client’s audience.
  4. Social media advertising: They create and manage paid advertising campaigns on social media platforms to reach 7Yards Solutions' wider Solutions 'and achieve specific marketing objectives. This includes tasks like ad creation, targeting, budget management, and performance tracking.
  5. Community management: They monitor and respond to comments, messages, and mentions on social media platforms on behalf of their clients. They engage with the audience, build relationships, and handle customer inquiries or complaints.
  6. Social media analytics and reporting: They track the performance of social media campaigns and provide detailed reports to clients. This includes metrics such as reach, engagement, conversions, and return on investment (ROI).
  7. Influencer marketing: They identify and collaborate with influencers or key opinion leaders who have a significant following on social media platforms. This helps businesses tap into the influencer's audience and benefit from their credibility and influence.
  8. Social media training and consulting: Some agencies offer training sessions or consulting services to help businesses develop their in-house social media capabilities. They provide guidance on best practices, content strategies, and tools to effectively manage social media accounts.

People use social media to stay in touch and interact with friends, family, and various communities.
When hiring a social media marketing agency, it's important to consider their experience, expertise, track record, and the specific services they offer. The agency should align with your business goals and have a thorough understanding of your industry and target audience.
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2023.06.05 09:27 QNAinterviews Data Analyst Jobs: Your Ticket to Unlocking Endless Career Opportunities in the Digital Age

In today's data-driven world, the role of data analysts has become increasingly important. As businesses and organizations gather vast amounts of data, there is a growing need for professionals who can extract valuable insights and drive informed decision-making. If you have an analytical mindset, a passion for numbers, and a keen eye for detail, pursuing a career as a data analyst can open up a world of endless career opportunities. This article explores the realm of data analyst jobs, discussing the skills required, the demand for data analysts, career paths, and the future prospects in this dynamic field.

1. Introduction

In the era of big data, organizations are collecting massive volumes of information from various sources. However, without the ability to analyze and interpret this data, it remains meaningless. This is where data analysts come in. Data analysts are professionals who collect, clean, analyze, and interpret data to uncover patterns, trends, and insights that drive business growth.

2. Understanding the Role of Data Analysts

Data analysts play a crucial role in transforming raw data into actionable insights. They utilize their technical skills and analytical expertise to make sense of complex data sets and provide valuable information to decision-makers. Data analysts work with various tools and technologies to extract, manipulate, and analyze data, helping organizations make data-driven decisions.

3. Growing Demand for Data Analysts

As more businesses recognize the power of data in gaining a competitive edge, the demand for skilled data analysts continues to grow. Organizations across industries, including finance, healthcare, marketing, e-commerce, and technology, rely on data analysts to extract insights that drive strategic decision-making.

4. Required Skills and Qualifications

To excel as a data analyst, certain skills and qualifications are essential. Proficiency in statistical analysis, data visualization, and data manipulation tools like SQL and Python is crucial. Knowledge of Excel, R, and other programming languages can also be valuable. Strong analytical thinking, problem-solving skills, attention to detail, and effective communication are important traits for data analysts.

5. Types of Data Analyst Jobs

Data analysis encompasses a broad spectrum of roles and specializations. Here are a few common types of data analyst jobs:

Data Analyst

A data analyst focuses on collecting, cleaning, and analyzing data to identify trends, patterns, and insights. They work closely with stakeholders to understand their data needs and deliver actionable recommendations based on their analysis.

Business Analyst

Business analysts often overlap with data analysts. They analyze data to understand business processes, identify opportunities for improvement, and develop strategies to optimize performance. Business analysts leverage data analysis to drive business growth and enhance operational efficiency.

Financial Analyst

Financial analysts utilize data analysis techniques to assess financial data, perform forecasting, and make recommendations for investment decisions. They analyze financial statements, market trends, and economic indicators to evaluate the financial health and viability of businesses.

6. Data Analyst Job Responsibilities

Data analysts have various responsibilities that revolve around data collection, analysis, and reporting. Some common job responsibilities include:

7. Tools and Technologies for Data Analysis

Data analysts utilize a wide range of tools and technologies to perform their work effectively. Here are some common tools used in data analysis:

SQL (Structured Query Language)

SQL is a programming language used for managing and manipulating relational databases. Data analysts use SQL to retrieve and manipulate data, perform aggregations, and generate insights from databases.

Python and R

Python and R are popular programming languages used for data analysis and statistical modeling. They offer a wide range of libraries and packages specifically designed for data manipulation, analysis, and visualization.


Excel is a powerful tool for data analysis, particularly for smaller datasets. Data analysts often use Excel for data cleaning, basic analysis, and creating visualizations.

Tableau and Power BI

Tableau and Power BI are data visualization tools that allow data analysts to create interactive and visually appealing dashboards and reports. These tools enable stakeholders to easily understand and explore data insights.

Statistical Analysis System (SAS) and Statistical Packages for the Social Sciences (SPSS)

SAS and SPSS are software packages commonly used in data analysis. They provide advanced statistical analysis capabilities, making them suitable for complex data analysis tasks.

8. Career Paths and Advancement Opportunities

Data analysis offers various career paths and opportunities for growth. As you gain experience and expertise, you can explore the following career paths:

Data Science

Data science is an advanced field that involves using statistical and machine learning techniques to gain insights from data. Data analysts can transition into data science roles by expanding their knowledge of advanced analytics and machine learning algorithms.

Data Engineering

Data engineering focuses on the design and implementation of data systems and infrastructure. Data analysts with a strong technical background can transition into data engineering roles, working on data pipelines, data warehouses, and data architecture.

Data Management

Data management involves overseeing the collection, storage, and organization of data within an organization. Data analysts can advance into data management roles, where they focus on data governance, data quality, and data strategy.

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Big Data Analytics

With the exponential growth of data, big data analytics will become increasingly important. Data analysts will need to develop skills in handling and analyzing large datasets using technologies like Hadoop and Spark.

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

The integration of artificial intelligence and machine learning in data analysis will revolutionize the field. Data analysts will need to acquire knowledge and skills in machine learning algorithms and techniques to extract valuable insights from complex data.

Predictive and Prescriptive Analytics

The focus of data analysis is shifting towards predictive and prescriptive analytics. Data analysts will be expected to develop models and algorithms that can predict future outcomes and provide actionable recommendations.

10. Conclusion

In conclusion, pursuing a career as a data analyst can unlock endless career opportunities in the digital age. With the increasing reliance on data-driven decision-making, organizations across industries are in need of skilled professionals who can analyze data and provide actionable insights. By acquiring the necessary skills, staying updated with the latest tools and technologies, and continuously honing your analytical abilities, you can embark on a rewarding and fulfilling journey as a data analyst.


Q: What is the average salary of a data analyst?

A: The average salary of a data analyst varies depending on factors such as experience, location, industry, and the specific job role. On average, data analysts can expect to earn a competitive salary, ranging from $60,000 to $90,000 per year.

Q: What skills are required to become a successful data analyst?

A: Successful data analysts possess a combination of technical and soft skills. Technical skills include proficiency in statistical analysis, data manipulation tools (such as SQL and Python), data visualization, and data modeling. Soft skills such as critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, and attention to detail are also essential.

Q: Is a degree in data analysis or a related field necessary to become a data analyst?

A: While a degree in data analysis, statistics, mathematics, or a related field can be beneficial, it is not always a strict requirement. Many data analysts have successfully entered the field through alternative paths, such as self-study, online courses, or practical experience.

Q: What industries employ data analysts?

A: Data analysts are in demand across various industries, including finance, healthcare, technology, e-commerce, marketing, and consulting. Virtually any industry that collects and utilizes data can benefit from the expertise of data analysts.

Q: How can I stay updated with the latest trends and developments in data analysis?

A: Staying updated in the field of data analysis is crucial for professional growth. Engage in continuous learning through online courses, webinars, workshops, and industry conferences. Join relevant professional associations and communities to connect with peers and experts in the field. Additionally, follow reputable data analysis blogs, publications, and thought leaders to stay informed about emerging trends and best practices.
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2023.06.05 09:27 RevolutionaryAnt5913 Local restaurant wrongly accused of obnoxious sign

A Chinese takeout restaurant in Bellevue was wrong accused of having an obnoxious sign demanding 25-40% tips. The Reddit Army began to leave numerous 1-star reviews in an attempt to destroy this small business. At first it seemed simply unfortunate, but folks were angry and wanted to see them burn. However, it turns out it's not even the restaurant's sign!
The sign belongs to nearby massage parlor. It's super common for restaurants, especially within an ethnic community to drop off their menus at nearby businesses like hotels, shops, nail salons, massage parlors, etc. to advertise to the patrons of the other businesses. Their menu was visible in the photo and that's what lead people to believe that it was their sign. It all makes sense now since you would expect to tip a fair amount for a massage whereas you wouldn't expect to tip much for takeout food.
This small business needs our support. Last night they were down to a 1.3 star average Google rating, but they've slowly been climbing back up. Leaving a good review or placing an order would surely help them recover from this. Here is a link to their Google listing.
I am in no way associated with this business, I have just seen this drama unfold over the past day.
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2023.06.05 09:27 mediblog21 Medyblog- A Medical Blog By Docters

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2023.06.05 09:26 LFuculokinase Have any other folks experienced a sudden increase in bullying?

I’m in my 30s and have lucked out by not experienced bullying in regards to my nose until the end of last year, when I suddenly started receiving comments from random men on instagram telling me that I’d be pretty if it wasn’t for my nose, some of whom go on to tell me I should end my life. And what’s even weirder is that it’s not limited to photos with my face in them. Even neutral comments I make on medical posts (I’m a doctor) will result in similar angry comments in my DMs.
I don’t have a bunch of followers on social media; I’m about as boring as one can get. And I just have a basic Roman/aquiline nose. I’m starting to get so weirded out by this that it’s affecting my day-to-day life. I’m realizing now that this is truly all people can see when they look at my face, since none of the comments have mentioned anything other than my nose.
For instance, last week I posted information about clinical vs forensic autopsies and received a comment from random guy who said “maybe you should perform an autopsy on that ugly beak of yours.” They’re not actual funny jokes or even poor attempts negging, and none of these men seem to know each other. Long story short, I suddenly can’t post anything without someone obsessing over my nose, and I cannot figure out what is going on.
Is this happening to anyone else, or am I just cursed? Lol like what on earth is happening? Is this due to increasing anti-semitism? I’m trying to make sense of this.
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2023.06.05 09:26 Any-Sea-6592 So dam true. Ive never tested myself. When i get sick i just use a thing called common sense. hahahaah. WAKE UP PEOPLE.

So dam true. Ive never tested myself. When i get sick i just use a thing called common sense. hahahaah. WAKE UP PEOPLE. submitted by Any-Sea-6592 to bestconspiracymemes [link] [comments]

2023.06.05 09:26 lulumeme We need to make a community-driven megathread explaining everything about this invasion and relations of ukraine and russia.

As Eastern European bordering russia, I(we) know russia very well, we know how to read its propaganda, we experienced occupation of soviet union, nazis, USSR again. What we (Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Poland, Finland) have in common is a shared despise for russia, because of direct experience with it. You may call one group russophobic, other US puppet state(lol), but when every neighbor of Russia has shared violation of its sovereignity and freedom by russia, we jumped to support Ukraine from before even the invasion, because experience of Ukraine is relatable to us. We know what they go through, and when our support for Ukraine is dismissed as western propaganda it annoys us like hell, because we have direct experience, not retold stories, we despised russia before it was even cool(haha), our despise had nothing to do with US, and what I noticed is we get this way too often not from actual pro-russian russians, but..westerners.. Americans, western europe.
So I got this feeling over time that there is so much misunderstanding and misinformation about anything Ukraine related after this invasion, and there are so many westerners that love to be contrarians and started participating in discussions about ukraine without much understanding of ukraine, never knew any of these things they talk about before the invasion, so their 'knowledge' is very recent, not from long term interest and reading about ukraine-russia relations.
When I(we) say something pro ukraine, if the position simply alligns with the pro-Ukrainian pro-western one, we get dismissed as western propaganda, even though these people just recently had zero understanding of invasions of ukraine. They feel as if being western/american makes them an expert on western propaganda. So pro western stances are assumed to be posted by american or westerner too and i guess their contrarian pro-russian anti-western rhetoric about ukraine is aimed at other americans/westerners who also have only recently learned about ukraine. its aimed at those pro-ukraine americans, which is also partially a way for them to argue and 'own" democrats/current admin/liberals. For some its the main reason, so this group actually goes against ukraine and the west not because they support anti-ukrainian rhetoric, but in US the left/right constant conflict is such a big part of their information space and media that some of them adopt pro-russian anti-ukrainian rhetoric simply to bite back at the other side and current admin(biden).
So sometimes a pro-ukraine western position is assumed as indication of also supporting the west, the US, the current admin, democrats and believing their positions. The same people assume anti-russian rhetoric must mean being pro-ukraine, which means above said things. Despising russia doesnt mean supporting US and Eastern Europe and north as a whole get tired of what about america comments when arguing about ukraine. They probably assume supporting ukraine or US decision means that we are either american or support everything US does, just because our position alligns. Just because we support Us decision to support weapons to ukraine doesnt mean supporting current admin or US as a whole, so it seems misplaced when we are assumed to defend US as an anti-west argument. Eastern Eu and ukraine doesnt care about US but its shoved in to every conversation because they assume the pro-ukraine claim is made by american
this indicates that a lot of americans and westerners who naturally have only paid attention to ukraine-russia relations only after invasion, which is understandable but also means there will be a HUGE part of american/western population that find it hard to follow the overload of information coming from both sides, it makes it hard to learn all the history of russia-ukraine relations so fast, so some of them can not intentionally buy into or repeat pro-russian propaganda simply because it might seem to make sense, if you don't know the full picture and important details that debunk the claim.
So starting from crimea, there needs to be some kind of interactive mega thread about all things invasion related where you can hover over a keyword and it will open up a more detailed information about that, which can also have certain keywords that cover some key details or events. Im not tech savvy enough to do this and have no idea how to even start. Because of how complicated this conflict is, there needs to be some kind of FAQ of most common questions about ukraine that especially westerners will have. The claims would have sources with arguments that support the claim.
there also should be a mega thread targeted at russian propaganda specifically, debunking the claims.
I would love to have one big thread that is aimed at explaining things exactly for the international/western audience, when they know details that are left out by prorussian side, they will be more confident and have what to respond with. Eastern europeans know all this, but westerners need to be explained, this will help understand certain ukrainian rhetorics as well as russian ones.
What is a good way to direct americans/westerners towards less biased information space, that draws information from both sides (ukraine/russia) and confirms claims that are made by ukraine or eastern eu countries? it seems like those pro-russian americans and westerners dont actually follow russian information space and their media, so they have no clue what is western propaganda and what is not. You make a claim supported by even the ultranationalist pro-war russians and some westerner claims its western propaganda. You argue against pro-russian claim that is supported by russians themselves and its also assumed as western ukrainian propaganda, because these westerners dont follow russian media and information space, so they dont know when they're wrong and when their claims are contradicted by the source itself. they dont know what russians are saying and thinking, so they support pro-russia rhetoric without understanding what it is they're supporting. Apparently everything outside of russia is "the west" ?if majority of the world alligns with ukraine, does that mean most of the world is "west"? what does west even mean then if eastern regions are bunched up with 'west'.
Another thing i noticed is that since these same westerners/americans have not experienced soviet occupation and how their propaganda works, they have never developed resilience to it, thats why they so easily fall into russian propaganda, they dont see the patterns that eastern europe sees, they havent had decades of time to witness propaganda machine at work during various periods. So when westerners started following this conflict and realized just how much russia lies, they assume everything russia does is a false flag, and part of some big grand masterplan. They begin to see even neutral minor events as some calculated masterplan to fool the west into thinking or doing something, and that everything happens for a reason, so they buy into this (actual western propaganda) about how smart and far-reaching russian propaganda and capabilities are, they think russia has the same capabilities as soviet union.
since russia is not USSR for a long time, it doesnt have the budget to do any of that, but it does have the budget for creating the impression and media that russia is just as much a superpower as ussr was.
Now actual western propaganda is the red lines and fear of escalation of russia or that all russians are poor victims of brutal regime and they would support democracy and be anti-war if there was no pressure and free will. western propaganda is the shooting self in the foot just to 'not be like them' and that you have to talk with russia and russians like with any other normal civilized country, that it would be liberal democracy if only they could, that we should turn the other cheek and not strike back because we dont want to escalate.
there a lot of not actual pro-russians but simply useful idiots, for example anything related to escalation, nukes and WW3. The lack of understanding about it makes one assume any strike to russian territory will result in nukes. actually, westerners even promoted the idea that once russia annexes the regions we shouldnt be able to hit them, because russia would be able to use nukes. hell, the same people said giving ukraine tanks will bring nuclear armageddon, because i guess russian media said so.
we cherish life so some of us might have promoted the idea that the lives lost in ukraine are the lesser evil compared to nuclear armageddon where everyone dies, these people really bought into the russian propaganda about its capabilities and its irrationality. These people havent looked into it enough to realize how unrealistic it is. Russian media exploited this exact lack of research and western cherish for life and happiness, repeating nuclear threats more than north korea. Its useful for russia to scare entitled westerners into paralyzing fear, trying to appear irrational madmen than would not care about using nukes and dying, even though the acting was so bad..
russian media also exploited the western concepts of referendums and highlighting the will of the people to create some kind of fake legitimacy for their referendums and annexation. it also exploits the fact that laws and constitution means more in the west, while russia has changed their constitution any time they wanted, the 'government' always accepted everything putin proposed, never rejected anything, not even have questions for anything, never propose anything that conflicts with putin. in russia also just because a law exists on paper doesnt mean anything, i mean, private military companies are illegal in russia, but it simply doesnt enforce it, who cares right. want to jail your opponent? just jail him for 'corruption' and financial fraud - its such a blank empty cause that its the default go-to for jailing people if what they do is not illegal. so just because a law is there or isnt there doesnt mean anything in russia.
it does in the west, thats why it was so loud about referendums, because how could you override will of the people? who cares that you didnt even ratify the referendum, who cares if the referendum is about an act that is nonconstitutional, who cares if its not in effect yet and cant be enforced, its russia. who cares about legal procedures of how referendum has to be done to be legit, as long as they say the magic word -referendum, westerners will immediately collapse mentally and buy into it.
only a westerner would be so unaware of how illegitimate russia is, hell, by even most basic level, there was wide coverage of the ballot stuffing in russia, and them being caught. the "supervisors" are there not to screen for violations of election procedures, but to give legitimacy to ballotstuffing commission that verifies everything, it always finds everything fine and perfect, no major legal battles against the commision. who cares that opponents get jailed for "tax fraud" and hmm lets add "extremism" and "trying to overthrow government" just for funsies. Oh there is not evidence of your crimes? well the judge disagrees, who are you to go against judges judgement? this video (thats obviously not even you) is clearly YOU and all your family(threatened with obstructing justice or whatever if they dont confirm) confirms that!. you criticize putins government? well obviously you want to overthrow the government, i mean its obvious, is it not? constitution doesnt allow for the same president 25 years in a row? who cares just change the damn constitution, its not like everyone on your payroll will not vote in your favor. does anyone disagree? well hes obviously "doesnt pay taxes" lets jail him.
any neighbour of russia is aware of how much bullshit of a country russia is on levels unimaginable for any western mind, it surpasses china, even china isnt dumb enough to actually invade another country with weapons or threaten the US with nukes and shit.
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2023.06.05 09:19 lancejpollard How is text encoding used for data alignment in the recent Meta AI "Scaling to 1000 languages" paper?

I am checking out the Scaling Speech Technology to 1,000+ Languages paper from Meta AI, and I have also been doing a lot of work (unrelated) with languages (I am working on a personal dictionary for learning a few languages, and also a programmer). I am curious about this uroman reference (here is the uroman romanization paper, but this snippet next is from the Meta paper):
The text data is represented using the uroman transliteration tool [Hermjakob et al.,2018] which maps different writing scripts to a common Latin script representation.... We lowercase all the letters of the uroman output and retain only a to z characters as well as the apostrophe character to train acoustic models for forced alignment.
That is all that is really said about it, as part of the "data alignment" section in the Dataset Creation section. I am new to data alignment, and have only done a few intro courses on machine learning so don't have practical working experience/knowledge in it.
What are they doing with this romanized text exactly? Why do they need to romanize it at all? Given that the romanization isn't exact, I don't see how it could be that useful. It seems to be that it is basically equivalent to just a lossy compression of the number of characters you are using, but something that is "somewhat" readable. But the romanization scheme isn't at all accurate for pronunciation, so I am not sure how this is useful or what it is used for exactly. Also, they were talking about text to speech, so the uromanized text seems to somehow be mapped to the audio, can you briefly shine a light on that so I can get a sense of what's going on behind the scenes?
Thank you for your help.
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2023.06.05 09:19 CA53W-1 [Discussion] Let's Think Twice Before Buying Chronographs with 24hr Subdials

Dear watchers,
I've been thinking about something that's been bothering me lately, and I think it's time we take a stand against it when it comes to any brand of watches. You know those chronographs with those 24-hour subdials? Well, I believe we should reconsider buying them. Let's have a discussion and figure out why.
So, here's the deal: chronographs are watches that can act like stopwatches, helping us keep track of time. Usually, the main part shows the hours and minutes, and the subdials give us more timing options. But lately, it seems like some watch brands are adding these 24-hour subdials to their chronographs, which honestly, only tell us whether it's AM or PM.
I mean, seriously, that's not what a proper chronograph is supposed to do! A real chronograph should have 12-hour totalizers that let us measure time within a 12-hour period. It's much more practical and makes a lot more sense.
By buying these chronographs with the 24-hour subdials, we're basically telling the watch companies that it's okay to mess with the real purpose of a chronograph. And if we keep supporting this trend, we might lose the chance to own chronographs with 12-hour totalizers altogether. As watch enthusiasts, we should be all about accuracy, functionality, and sticking to what makes a chronograph a chronograph.
That's why I think it's time we send a message to watch brands by refraining from buying their chronographs with 24-hour subdials. We need to let them know what we want. We can reach out to them through emails, social media, and even share our thoughts in watch forums. It's all about telling the brands that we prefer chronographs with 12-hour totalizers. Our voices can make a difference, you know?
Oh, and here's another idea: let's explore other watch brands that still keep it real with the 12-hour totalizers. If we support those brands, we're showing that we value the true essence of chronographs. Maybe that'll make all watch brands think twice about their designs.
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2023.06.05 09:15 CA53W-1 [Discussion] Let's Think Twice Before Buying Seiko Chronographs with 24hr Subdials!

Fellow, Seiko enthusiasts,
I've got something on my mind that's been bugging me, and I think it's time we take a stand against it, especially when it comes to Seiko watches. You know those chronographs with those 24-hour subdials? Well, I've been thinking we should stop buying them. Let's have a chat and figure out why.
So, here's the deal: chronographs are watches that can act like stopwatches, helping us keep track of time. Usually, the main part shows the hours and minutes, and the subdials give us more timing options. But lately, it seems like Seiko and other brands are adding these 24-hour subdials to their chronographs, which honestly, only tell us whether it's AM or PM.
I mean, come on, that's not what a proper chronograph is supposed to do! A real chronograph should have 12-hour totalizers that let us measure time within a 12-hour period. It's much more practical and makes a lot more sense.
By buying these Seiko chronographs with the 24-hour subdials, we're basically telling the watch companies that it's okay to mess with the real purpose of a chronograph. And if we keep supporting this trend, we might lose the chance to own chronographs with 12-hour totalizers altogether. As people who love watches, we should be all about accuracy, functionality, and sticking to what makes a chronograph a chronograph.
That's why I think it's time we send Seiko a message by not buying their chronographs with 24-hour subdials anymore. We need to let them know what we want. We can reach out to them through emails, social media, and even share our thoughts in watch forums. It's all about telling Seiko that we prefer chronographs with 12-hour totalizers. We can make a difference, you know?
Oh, and here's another idea: let's explore other watch brands that still keep it real with the 12-hour totalizers. If we support those brands, we're showing that we value the true essence of chronographs. Maybe that'll get Seiko and others to think twice about their designs.
So, what do you guys think? Should we stop buying Seiko chronographs with those 24-hour subdials?
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2023.06.05 09:15 Helenasmith15 How Do I Get a List of Realtor Emails?

How Do I Get a List of Realtor Emails?

Real Estate Agents Email List
Effective communication is vital in establishing successful business relationships in today's digital era. If you're seeking to connect with real estate professionals, having a dependable list of realtor emails can be a valuable resource. This article will explore various methods and strategies to help you acquire a list of realtor emails to enhance your outreach efforts. By leveraging these techniques, you can establish meaningful connections with real estate agents and maximize your chances of success.
Understand the Importance of a Realtor Email List
A realtor email list is a compilation of email addresses belonging to real estate agents and professionals. It serves as a valuable resource for individuals and businesses seeking to engage with the real estate industry. By having access to a comprehensive realtor email list, you can effectively target your audience, build connections, and foster mutually beneficial partnerships.
Leverage Online Directories and Associations
One effective method to acquire a list of realtor emails is by leveraging online directories and associations. Many reputable websites and platforms provide comprehensive directories of real estate professionals, including their contact details. Websites like the National Association of Realtors (NAR), Zillow,, and local MLS (Multiple Listing Service) platforms are excellent starting points for your search. These platforms often allow you to filter results based on location, specialties, and other relevant criteria, ensuring you find the right contacts for your needs.
Attend Real Estate Conferences and Events
Real estate conferences and events are great networking opportunities and excellent sources for obtaining realtor email addresses. These events gather professionals from the industry, creating an environment conducive to establishing connections and expanding your network. Take advantage of these occasions by collecting business cards or using event-specific platforms that facilitate exchanging contact information digitally.
Utilize Social Media Platforms
Social media platforms offer immense potential for connecting with real estate professionals and acquiring their email addresses. Real estate agents commonly utilize social media such as LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter to promote services and interact with their audience. Utilize the search functions on these platforms to find real estate agents based on location, expertise, or other relevant criteria. Once you find potential contacts, send them personalized messages expressing your interest and requesting their email address for further communication.
Collaborate with Real Estate Influencers and Bloggers
Partnering with real estate influencers and bloggers can give you access to their audience and, in turn, help you gather realtor email addresses. Identify influential real estate industry figures with a substantial online presence. Reach out to them with collaboration proposals, such as guest blogging, joint webinars, or interviews. By offering mutual benefits, you can tap into their network and request their permission to share your valuable resources, prompting interested realtors to provide their email addresses for further engagement.
Leverage DataCaptive's Real Estate Agent Email List
DataCaptive is a trusted provider of high-quality email lists, including a comprehensive Real Estate Agent Email List. By partnering with them, you can access a vast database of verified email addresses belonging to real estate agents across various locations. Their list is regularly updated to ensure accuracy and deliverability, maximizing the effectiveness of your outreach campaigns.
Their Real Estate Agent Email List offers numerous advantages for those seeking to connect with realtors & other real estate professionals. With this list, you can target specific geographic areas, filter by specialties or experience levels, and customize your email campaigns based on your unique requirements. By leveraging the extensive reach of their database, you can save time and effort in acquiring realtor emails and focus on building meaningful relationships with industry professionals.
Network with Local Real Estate Associations
Engaging with local real estate associations and organizations can be fruitful for obtaining realtor email addresses. Attend their meetings, seminars, and networking events to meet professionals from your target area. Active participation in these gatherings helps you establish connections and increases the chances of acquiring their email addresses. Introduce yourself, exchange business cards, and follow up with personalized emails to foster meaningful relationships.
Request Email Submissions on Your Website
Incorporate submission forms on your website to make it convenient for real estate professionals to provide their email addresses. Strategically place opt-in forms on your landing pages, blog posts, or resource pages, enticing visitors to subscribe to your newsletter or receive valuable updates. Ensure that the benefits of subscribing are communicated, such as exclusive industry insights, educational content, or discounts on relevant services. This method allows you to grow your email list organically and attract realtors interested in what you have to offer.
In your quest to acquire a list of realtor emails, consider leveraging DataCaptive's Realtor's Contact List, alongside the strategies mentioned earlier. The combination of online directories, social media platforms, networking events, content creation, collaboration with influencers, lead generation tools, and DataCaptive's email list will provide you with a well-rounded approach to gather realtor email addresses.
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2023.06.05 09:13 Baconator_1 Did my ex cheat on me? Seeking insight from experienced individuals.

Hello all, I'm (22m) very inexperienced in romantic relationships. 2 years ago I had a situationship with a Japanese woman much older than me (39f). I'm mexican American who dated a woman who was in her 5th year in the country. I was extremely infatuated by her beauty and her body at first, it is what gave me the courage to talk to her at the gym where we would see eachother daily.
Things went really well but there were red flags I didn't notice. When we went out she wanted to avoid labels like "date" and played dumb by asking me what a date was, she also once called me a friend even though there was clear lust, attraction, and flirting going on. This was an early sign of emotional unavailablity or a fear of commitment. I wanted something serious with her.
Because I have low self esteem the affection and support she gave me to improve myself was deeply fulfilling and I didn't want this to just be a casual thing. On our first "date" we played pool and bowling then drank and she got seductive with me after I flirted with her and made intense eye contact. She wrapped her legs around one of mine. I was feeling nervous because I was feeling things I never felt for a woman before. I asked her to be my gf and she said no which kind of ruined the moment.
I asked because at the time I believed sex should only be between a couple. I still believe that to an extent but since I've matured I realized my need for regular physical and sexual intimacy. After this I made it my mission to conquer her heart which I accomplished, I won her over with my determination, and genuine interest in her, because of the value she added to my life i wanted to give her the world. I could not tell at the time how hard it was for her to open up her heart to me most likely due to previous relationship trauma. I should add that she felt like she wouldn't be good for a relationship, I was blindly shocked because of how charming and sexy she was, I found out that she has a promiscuous past and now present through my own unfortunate research which made me understand her comment. I believe her promiscuous lifestyle is due to trauma and low self worth which has made her fearful of real relationships and getting hurt again.
The reason for this post is because I have been thinking about some behaviors she exhibited that I never got closure on. Back to what I mentioned about sex, although I did win her heart I still didn't initiate sex because the label of bf/gf wasn't there, there were plenty of times we were very close to devouring eachother but I stopped it due to this belief.
As we got closer emotionally, our new semester began and she started to pull away. From the start she was secretive about her life, told me she didn't have social media (I discovered all her accounts after we were done), refused to show me pictures of how she looked like younger. A few weeks into the semester she said she would have to leave the gym every day early to go to a daily seminar at her college (yes she said it was EVERY SINGLE DAY and I believed her). She lied about a lot of other aspects of her life but I learned this is common in emotionally unavailable women.
About a month later she was late once to a workout session we planned and I had to leave due to class before we could do anything, this wouldn't have been a problem for me but the way she explained herself was weird. She told me she was doing a project for school (we were both in college at that time, her for masters me for bachelors), by her body language and tone I felt something wasn't right so I tried getting more information which she had no answer to, she couldn't even tell me for what class it was for or what the content was, then just said "its okay its okay", while gesturing for me to leave her alone.i began to feel insecure so I passive aggressively said that I better see her on time next time. I first attributed her behavior to feeling ashamed of being late since in her culture timeliness is important and missing out on a intimate moment with me but I am now thinking that was copium.
The following days I noticed her acting strange like if she was ashamed of something or herself. She was emotionally distant to me which cut me off guard because before this she was beginning to be truly vulnerable to me about her upbringing and wanted to introduce me to one of her friends. I blamed everything on myself because of my passive-agressive comment and my persistence to make her open up when she expressed before she struggles with emotions. I tried getting her to open up so we could talk, she wouldn't and it looked like I was making her uncomfortable when i did. It drove me crazy but I never lashed out but got more anxious, she then stonewalled me, leaving the gym with me chasing her trying to fix things. I tried desperately to find ways online on how to deal the situation with her specific personality type. She apologized through text for not being able to "reply to my desire" and then asked me to leave her alone for the rest of the semester. Due to the size of this post I won't go into the details of the breakup so comment down below if there's any interest of one. After we broke up I attributed this distant behavior to her being emotional unavailable for so long and her needing space to get used to receiving my unconditional love. If this was the case i wish communication could've been better so I would've been much more understanding and patient. However if this was due to her feeling ashamed of cheating on me then my feelings on the matter change.
Recently I've been seeing a lot of reddit stories on tik tok about cheating and infidelity and when I see posts about signs that someone is cheating I tend to overthink, a lot of comments on these posts say that a woman is really good at hiding her affairs and some reddit stories are really gut wrenching. The answer might hurt me but I want to stop my overthinking because I don't want to hurt myself with these thoughts if they didn't actually happen.
I understand I exhibited immature behaviours, I am very hard on myself for these mistakes which is why I haven't moved on after 2 years. I learned not to be too hard on myself since I didn't know better and it was my first relationship where I was truly in love.
TL;DR- I suspect my ex cheated on me but I am not able to conclude due to lack of closure, copium and inexperience in romantic relationships. Thoughts or wisdom?
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2023.06.05 09:07 TryingtoGetWell28 Clarifying some tech myths and facts for everyday people

I’ve worked with numerous businesses and organizations who get confused about digital topics. I wrote out my notes to help clarify some issues. Hope this helps!
  1. Myth: I just need to quickly review my website data and do some updates to improve SEO
Fact: there are some quick site updates and longer term updates that could happen with SEO. That takes studying quality information on data and content, analysis, understanding the audience and objectives
  1. Myth: I can choose this CRM that this salesperson told me would work well and I’ll be all set
Fact: do your research on CRM options for your industry that could have automations and other useful features. It’s useful to ensure that your CRM works well for your specific workflows. Try testing out the software and see if your team thinks.
  1. Myth: all I need to do is have someone start posting to social media for my organization and that could be helpful
Fact: research, planning and testing out strategies are useful when it comes to reaching an audience online. It helps to discuss the process and message you want to send out to your viewers.
  1. Myth: I’ve never managed creative projects before but I don’t think it’s that difficult
Fact: these projects can easily become confusing and can influence one’s emotions. Brand guidelines, templates and brand identity planning can be helpful to stay on track. These can be adapted or adjusted over time as needed. It also helps to think of projects in terms of milestones or goals to reach over a year or two.
  1. Myth: I just need to have someone create Google ads for my small business with my small budget and it should work.
Fact: while it could make sense to start out with a small budget, there are various Google ad formats to choose from and optimizing those could take months before seeing desired results or understanding next steps.
  1. Working with digital media is fun, whether it’s a hobby or a job
Fact: it involves continuous learning and high emotional intelligence. This is because it’s easy to get angry, frustrated, or confused. Having boundaries is helpful, and discussing realistic expectations of the experimental nature of these projects.
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2023.06.05 09:04 Tufugirl chance a clueless asian female for bme and meche

Demographics: Asian (maybe pacific islander too I've seen filipino both considered as asian or pacific islander, for malay i dont really see any conflict ab it online but for the malay people ik some identify as pacific islander, others as asian) Female, Upper-middle income (family has 4 dependents if that plays into anything), georgia, legacy at UIUC and UChicago (idk if they consider it tho)
Intended Major(s): Biomedical for most colleges and either bioengineering or mech engineering at UGA
ACT/SAT/SAT II: Taking ACT in July but based of practice so far I'm expecting anywhere from 31-33, SAT is currently a 1390 superscore (reading score is probably gonna go up after June SAT tho, rn 720 bc i had to skip a couple questions bc proctor accidentally used a broken clock so time management was rly bad, math prob not going up, if anyone has advice on sat math please lmk i keep practicing and i do so much better on practices (700s) vs the actual sat (600s) so im kinda confused on what i might be doing wrong bc usually i feel like the sat went just like the practice and boom bad score)
UW/W GPA and Rank: 4.0/4.0 UW, 4.2 W, 45/825 (top 5% at school and the state)
Coursework: All Honors/Gifted courses throughout HS, 7 APs by end of HS: APHUG 5, Bio 5, Chem (awaiting score, expecting 4), USH (self-study, awaiting score, expecting 4-5), Calc BC (senior year), Phys C (senior year), US Gov (senior year), Macroecon (senior year), maybe self-study either ap lang or ap lit senior year as well idk which one will be more worth it tho
2nd in state TSA Photographic Technology (national qualifier)
4th in nation TSA Digital Video Production
9th and 4th respectively in state TSA Engineering Design (national qualifiers) - developed designs for a moldable bioplastic (competed at the national level for this, club advisor forgot to tell us how we placed, def not in the top 10 tho) and a solar-powered nanocrystal radiation detector (also qualified for nationals with 4th but couldn't go due to club financial difficulties and not enough people eligible to compete to make the fees worth it)
Honorable Mention in county science fair - developed a moldable bioplastic to address the concerns of current-day bioplastics
Academic Letter: 9, 10, 11, expecting to letter senior year as well
Orchestra Letter: 9, 11 (took orchestra for one sem only in 10 to fit in a language and 2 sem was required to letter) expecting to letter in senior year as well
Certificates of merit: one from the state, another from the county for achievement bc of placing 2nd in a state competition
Extracurriculars: pretty good but idt their considered exceptional for many of the schools I'm applying to
TSA - Secretary (12) - for anyone that doenst know what this is, its a club based off of competition events around STEAM topics and careers; i kept track of all meetings, organized files and paperwork, in charge of creating/handling forms and sign-ups, filled out some paperwork, Event Lead (11) - organized and led meetings for several competitive events by facilitating stuff like conversation and cooperation among team members, served as a student advisor for certain events, roles from this role will be maintained as secretary
Green Team - Co-President (12), VP (11), Head o. Communications (10), Shadow Officer (9) - in charge of organizing and planning meetings and various events, managed communication between officers and sponsors through emails and social media, as of rn me and co pres are in charge of finding a new sponsor
Crochet Club - Co-President (12), VP (11), Founder (10) - same duties as listed with Green Team, helped teach members how to crochet and gave out advice on crochet
Crochet - tutored others in crochet, had a crochet business in 9-10 grade (had to stop in 11 because it got in the way of school), have a passion project for crochet in the form of an instagram account documenting projects and my crochet journey, potentially might start a non-profit but still figuring out details for if its plausible for me
Viola - played for 7 years so far, highest level orchestra class, section leader (we didn't really count section leaders as just first and second chair in my class), private lessons, alternate position at Emory Youth Symphony (one of the top state orchestras), tutored viola for 3 years (unsure if continuing next year because new orchestra teachers)
Photography - self taught myself photography, been doing it for 7 years, passion project in the form of a private senior year dump on insta comprised of various pictures from the year, designed to showcase the chaos and ups and downs of the senior year experience with pictures for everyday until graduation (styles ranging from professional to looks like a toddler took this), entered my work into several competitions, am currently working on reviving my school's photography club
Creative Writing - write poems in my free time sometimes, had a work published in my schools literary magazine
Work (Paid) - cashiebarista at a boba place
General member for NHS, Beta, AASO, and SWENext
100-150 volunteer hours (could be more could be less but the lady in charge of hours at my school has not responded to the last 5 emails i've sent over the year asking about how many I have)
Common App Essay - solid 7/10 averaging the ones i've started, language arts teacher last year told me I'm one of the strongest creative writers she has and she's very tough on writing. I have what i think might be good topics (might be generic tho in terms of my demographic), I've started on multiple essays for my strongest topics: red and the multiple meanings it carries (i.e. culture, events, people, memories, objects), being torn between my passion for the arts vs academics (as my ecs lean heavy on the arts so that addresses that a bit) and how that divide affects my relationship with those, or my tumultuous history with instruments and my cultures effect on that relationship
11th LA teacher - she's my school mom and I love her sm, she's seen me really grow in my writing (and as a person) and has helped me to be able to get more creative with it as well. Whenever I need god advice she's one of the first people I turn to and she's probably my most trusted adult at school; I can ask her about pretty much anything and she won't judge (i'm able to talk with her ab my mental health and how school's been affecting it which I can't really talk ab it to my parents because they don't really believe that much in mental health if its not something obvious), we're pretty close and i even got the chance to write something for her wedding as well, she's definitely going to be a teacher that I'm gonna visit a lot senior year
ap chem teacher - she's seen me really grow as a person over the year and out of all my teachers, she especially can testify to my curiosity, drive to learn, and my determination/dedication as she knows i've stayed up late many nights so i could get good calculations and pre/post-lab questions (i'm surprised i didn't drive her crazy with the sheer amount of stuff i asked too), we're pretty close and i also tie-dyed a onesie for her upcoming baby
Note: my schedule got really messed up in junior year so I wasn't able to take many aps then so trying to make up for it with senior year (considering the self studied ap i did, I'm around 2-3 aps behind most of the top students at my school so my ranking is thus a lot lower than it could be, school offers around 20 aps but many are blocked behind prereq classes), schedule resulted in me taking senior year science in junior year as well an additional credit of Chinese instead of another AP (now at 3 years of Chinese, conversational level)
Schools: going for the ivies and JHU are considered me shotgunning I'm pretty sure considering my ecs lol
Idk which admission path yet so if anyone has any advice on deciding which admissions path would be most beneficial for me, that would be greatly appreciated: JHU (idt its legacy but i have several aunts and uncles that have attended), Cornell, UIUC (legacy, leaning towards EA), UChicago (legacy from grad school, admission path and if i even submit an application is hinging on how creative the writing prompts are gonna be), UPenn
EA: UGA, Georgia Tech
RD: MIT, UMich, Georgia State University, Kennessaw State
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