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友だちをつくるのも大変...大学に入って体験する最悪なことを乗り切る方法 http://www.lifehacker.jp/2015/11/151127suckiest_things_college.html
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The Suckiest Things About College 41,690 10 Kristin Wong Filed to: COLLEGE11/05/15 4:00am College is supposed to be awesome. Everyone’s constantly reminding you that it’ll be the best time of your life. And it can be! But during the first year, that expectation might set you up for a nasty reality: starting college can really suck, too. It Can Be Hard to Make Friends When I started college, I didn’t necessarily think it would be easy to make friends, but I didn’t think it’d be as hard as it was, either. A lot of people seemed to already belong to large groups, and since I didn’t really know anyone at my school, everyone was a stranger to me. I felt awkward, out of place, and alone. It was pretty much the opposite of what I thought college was supposed to be. This, of course, is even harder if you’re shy or introverted. You’d rather go hide in your dorm, chat with old, familiar friends online, and do your own thing, but at the same time, you don’t want to turn into some frie



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Sociologists say that making friends comes down to three key factors:

  • Close proximity
  • Repeated, unplanned interactions
  • A setting where people are encouraged to let their guards down and confide in each other.

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友だちをつくるのも大変...大学に入って体験する最悪なことを乗り切る方法 http://www.lifehacker.jp/2015/11/151127suckiest_things_college.html
o hide in your dorm, chat with old, familiar friends online, and do your own thing, but at the same time, you don’t want to turn into some friendless hermit. So that means talking to new people, which some of us absolutely dread. <span>Sociologists say that making friends comes down to three key factors: Close proximity Repeated, unplanned interactions A setting where people are encouraged to let their guards down and confide in each other. Thankfully, college is a great place to find all three of these things. Joining a study group or some other student organization is a great way to get access to all three of those factor




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The first month and a half of college is the time when freshmen women are most likely to be raped or experience attempted rape. This time period is known as the “Red Zone” – a period of vulnerability for sexual assaults, beginning when freshmen first walk onto campus until Thanksgiving break.” According to multiple studies, female students are at an increased risk for sexual assault during the first few weeks of their first semester on campus. Most college students who are sexually assaulted are victimized by someone they know.

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友だちをつくるのも大変...大学に入って体験する最悪なことを乗り切る方法 http://www.lifehacker.jp/2015/11/151127suckiest_things_college.html
miss not to point out that meeting new people can be dangerous, especially at the beginning of college. It’s a sad fact, but women, especially, should be aware of the “Red Zone.” The Centre County Resource Center explains: <span>The first month and a half of college is the time when freshmen women are most likely to be raped or experience attempted rape. This time period is known as the “Red Zone” – a period of vulnerability for sexual assaults, beginning when freshmen first walk onto campus until Thanksgiving break.” According to multiple studies, female students are at an increased risk for sexual assault during the first few weeks of their first semester on campus. Most college students who are sexually assaulted are victimized by someone they know. Many rapists take advantage of the fact that a lot of people think there’s a difference between rape and “acquaintance rape,” also known as “date rape.” In fact, many of them wouldn’t ev




2012年ごろからのドローン(マルチコプター)の隆盛には目を見張るものがあり、その勢いに乗って自分もドローンで商売をしたいと考える人が出てくるのは当然のこと。2014年にKickstarterに現れた「Pocket Drone」も、そんなスタートアップの中の1つが作ったドローンです。Kickstarterでは最終的に出資者(バッカー)に対して何も送れないままにダメになるプロジェクトが少なくない中、Pocket Droneはドローン完成にまで至ったプロジェクトでGIGAZINE編集部にも実物が届いたのですが、「完成すればOKというものではない」ということを改めて突きつけられる結果となりました。

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安くて簡単に使えるドローンを目指した「Pocket Drone」の結果が散々でした - GIGAZINE
生産する中国の世界最大規模のクローン工場とは? Googleが「忘れられる権利」の行使で実際に削除を行ったドメインのリストが公開される 統計 レンダリング時間:0.1730秒 全記事数:40003 2015年11月28日 09時00分00秒 安くて簡単に使えるドローンを目指した「Pocket Drone」の結果が散々でした <span>2012年ごろからのドローン(マルチコプター)の隆盛には目を見張るものがあり、その勢いに乗って自分もドローンで商売をしたいと考える人が出てくるのは当然のこと。2014年にKickstarterに現れた「Pocket Drone」も、そんなスタートアップの中の1つが作ったドローンです。Kickstarterでは最終的に出資者(バッカー)に対して何も送れないままにダメになるプロジェクトが少なくない中、Pocket Droneはドローン完成にまで至ったプロジェクトでGIGAZINE編集部にも実物が届いたのですが、「完成すればOKというものではない」ということを改めて突きつけられる結果となりました。 The Pocket Drone - Your personal flying robot by AirDroids — Kickstarter https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/airdroids/the-pocket-drone-your-personal-flying-robot/ 折り畳みも可能な超小型のマルチコプター「




#common-lisp
Hunchentoot is a web server written in Common Lisp

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Hunchentoot - The Common Lisp web server formerly known as TBNL
Hunchentoot - The Common Lisp web server formerly known as TBNL Hunchentoot - The Common Lisp web server formerly known as TBNL Abstract Hunchentoot is a web server written in Common Lisp and at the same time a toolkit for building dynamic websites. As a stand-alone web server, Hunchentoot is capable of HTTP/1.1 chunking (both directions), persist




However, with the exception of a brief period during and immediately after World War II, debt levels have never been as high as they are now.

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Currently, the national debt held by the public is about $13 trillion, which is around 74 percent of the country’s economy, as measured by Gross Domestic Product (GDP). The gross debt, which includes money owed to other parts of the federal government, is about $18 trillion, or roughly 102 percent of GDP.

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