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A media access control (MAC) address of a device is a unique ... assigned to a network interface controller (NIC).
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identifier
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Surround yourself with people who (...). You'll rise together.
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have the habits you want to have yourself
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What's the type of memory where one word triggers another concept?
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associative memory
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What's the invasivity of an ECoG?
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semi-invasive
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How do you define cov(X,Y) in terms of \mu_x and \mu_y?
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E[(X-\mu_x)(Y-\mu_y)]
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What's the company for people re-learning to use their muscles through Virtural Reality?
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MindMaze
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What do we mean by feed forward neural nets?
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They're not recurrent neural nets (no loops)
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From Atomic Habits: "Habits are the {{c1::compound}} interest of self-improvement"
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From Atomic Habits: "The most powerful outcomes of any {{c1::compounding}} process are {{c2::delayed}}. You need to be patient."
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From Atomic Habits: "You do not rise to the level of your goals. You {{c1::fall}} to the level of your {{c2::systems}}."
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From Atomic Habits: "The real reason habits matter is not because they can get you better results (although they can do that), but because they can change your {{c1::beliefs}} about {{c2::yourself}}."
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From Atomic Habits: "The ultimate purpose of habits is to solve the problems of life with as {{c1::little}} {{c2::energy}} and {{c3::effort}} as possible."
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From Atomic Habits: "The process of behavior change always start with {{c1::awareness}}."
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From Atomic Habits: "You need to be {{c1::aware}} of your habits before you can change them."
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From Atomic Habits: "{{c1::Pointing-and-Calling}} raises your level of awareness from a non-conscious habit to a more conscious level by verbalizing your actions."
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From Atomic Habits: "The two most common cues are {{c1::time}} and {{c2::location}}."
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From Atomic Habits: "Creating an {{c1::implementation intention}} is a strategy you can use to pair a new habit with a specific time and location"
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From Atomic Habits: "Gradually, your habits become associated not with a single {{c2::trigger}} but with the entire {{c1::context}} surrounding the behavior."
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According to Atomic Habits, why is it easier to build new habits in a new environment?
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Because you're not fighting against old cues
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(Atomic Habit) What is one of the most practical ways to eliminate a bad habit?
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reduce exposure to the cue that causes it
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