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2017年05月19日
no sooner was the breath


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2017年05月09日
But as the time drew near


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2017年04月25日
The woman you see there in chains


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2017年04月07日
Now, George was really


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2017年03月24日
A shepherd had a faithful dog


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2016年06月16日
I will read it to you
Caroline decidedly says that none of the party will return into Hertfordshire this winter dermes vs medilase. "When my brother left us yesterday, he imagined that the business which took him to London, might be concluded in three or four days, but as we are certain it cannot be so, and at the same time convinced that when Charles gets to town he will be in no hurry to leave it again, we have determined on following him thither, that he may not be obliged to spend his vacant hours in a comfortless hotel. Many of my acquaintance are already there for the winter; I wish I could hear that you, my dearest friend, had any intention of making one in the croud, but of that I despair reenex cps. I sincerely hope your Christmas in Hertfordshire may abound in the gaieties which that season generally brings, and that your beaux will be so numerous as to prevent your feeling the loss of the three of whom we shall deprive you."

"It is evident by this," added Jane, "that he comes back no more this winter."

"It is only evident that Miss Bingley does not mean he should."

"Why will you think so? It must be his own doing. -- He is his own master. But you do not know all. I will read you the passage which particularly hurts me. I will have no reserves from you." "Mr. Darcy is impatient to see his sister, and to confess the truth, we are scarcely less eager to meet her again. I really do not think Georgiana Darcy has her equal for beauty, elegance dermes, and accomplishments; and the affection she inspires in Louisa and myself is heightened into something still more interesting, from the hope we dare to entertain of her being hereafter our sister. I do not know whether I ever before mentioned to you my feelings on this subject, but I will not leave the country without confiding them, and I trust you will not esteem them unreasonable. My brother admires her greatly already, he will have frequent opportunity now of seeing her on the most intimate footing, her relations all wish the connection as much as his own, and a sister's partiality is not misleading me, I think, when I call Charles most capable of engaging any woman's heart. With all these circumstances to favour an attachment and nothing to prevent it, am I wrong, my dearest Jane, in indulging the hope of an event which will secure the happiness of so many?"

"What think you of this sentence, my dear Lizzy?" -- said Jane as she finished it. "Is it not clear enough? -- Does it not expressly declare that Caroline neither expects nor wishes me to be her sister; that she is perfectly convinced of her brother's indifference, and that if she suspects the nature of my feelings for him, she means (most kindly!) to put me on my guard? Can there be any other opinion on the subject?"
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2016年06月01日
Darktrace is part of the new guard
IT security has been around for as long as we have even had a concept of IT, but a wave of new threats — such as polymorphic malware that changes profile as it attacks — plus the ubiquity of networked and cloud-based services, has rendered many of the legacy antivirus and other systems obsolete, simply unable to cope with what’s being thrown at organisations and the individuals that are a part of them ageLOC me.

Darktrace is part of the new guard of firms that are built around the concept of using artificial intelligence both to help security specialists identify and stop malicious attacks, as well as act on their own to automatically detect and stop the threats Nespresso.

Other security startups built on using AI include Hexadite — acquired by Microsoft for around $100 million last month — which, like Darktrace, works in the area of “remediation” by both identifying and relaying information about attacks to specialists, as well as stopping some itself; Crowdstrike, which raised a large round of funding in May at a billion-dollar valuation; Cylance, also valued at more than $1 billion; Harvest AI, which Amazon quietly acquired last year; and Illumio, a provider of segmented security solutions that raised $125 million earlier this year WAN Optimization.
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2016年03月14日
A pleasant place to go for a walk
In the evening 1064 laser facial, dressed in gorgeous sunset, a breeze blowing, along the road to a thatched trail, walking away.

The paddy fields, green seedlings of japonica, SuiEr early adorable, like the braid angle lovely saucy popular TV hostess, Qi Shuashua. Although the footsteps of light, near the frogs still silent, to explore how when he heard the thump sound in turn. When the mood is the voice itch exceptionally comfortable, the feeling is in after a rippling blue waves of the swimming pool, a bit body charming people splashing in the water jump wave.

A steady and heavy frog sound came, so I stopped. The gap between Japonica seedlings, revealing a huge frog head, a pair of big eyes pouch with and without fear looked at me from time to time to spit a sound, really sound pulse vigorous. I want to change an angle to appreciate its body, it into the water in the sink, green stars like duckweed immediately water and traces are not left behind. The rice fields were square into a block, uniformly densely covered, like a huge green blanket shop to the distance, where the frog sound more melodious.

The canal is grass covered, quietly surrounded by rice fields. The water inlet is slightly higher, and the water flows here to make a sound. Frogs stop, let me feel the drains and water smooth and delicate, like a soft hand in sparks strings.

This will smooth the night breeze extremely, seems to be interested in soothing some stiff mood. At this time no matter how troubled heart will gradually calm down, feel dignified and sweet love here curcumin.
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2016年03月01日
BuzzFeed is getting into the smart appliance business with the Tasty One Top
Here’s a sentence I never expected to write: BuzzFeed is making its first smart appliance, the Tasty One Top, available for pre-order short stay apartments.

It sounds a little weird for a digital media company to try to sell you a fancy hot plate, but this is part of BuzzFeed Product Labs, which was created last year following the acquisition of e-commerce startup Scroll. The team’s goal is to experiment with different commerce initiatives to figure out what works for BuzzFeed.

In this case, the One Top is tied to Tasty, Buzzfeed’s super-popular cooking brand — according to Tubular Labs, Tasty gets 2.3 billion video views each month. Along with announcing the One Top, BuzzFeed is launching the new Tasty app, which includes nearly 1,700 video recipes. (The app is launching on iOS, with plans for an Android version in the future Elevit.)

So you can look up a recipe in the app, and then cook it using the One Top. BuzzFeed describes the One Top as a Bluetooth-enabled induction cooktop, which supports cooking with pots and pans as well as sous vide. For precision cooking, the One Top also monitors the surface temperature of the pot or pan, and it comes with a thermometer to track the internal temperature of the food.

If you’re wondering why the One Top has that pentagon shape, the website has a simple explanation: “Because Instagram.”

And no, BuzzFeed didn’t develop the appliance on its own — it worked with GE Appliance’s First Build team.

“With the backing of GE Appliance’s first build department, and the vast consumer product experience of our product labs team, we had the confidence necessary to invest in the project and build something we think will be helpful for our audience and their families,” said Ben Kaufman, the head of BuzzFeed Product Labs, in an emailed statement Web Vulnerability Scan.

Kaufman also suggested that “Tasty’s strong brand and massive fan base give it almost limitless avenues for expansion — from cookbooks to licensing to consumer tech.”

The plan is to ship the Tasty One Top in November. The current pre-order price is $149.

https://techcrunch.com/2017/07/27/buzzfeed-unveils-tasty-one-top/
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2016年01月27日
sexism and a general unawareness

Broadly, the venture capital industry is thriving. But still, too often, women seeking funding are left out of the boom because of hidden biases, sexism and a general unawareness. Because of this — and recent reports of incredibly low-brow behavior among high-profile investors — it is more important than ever to understand where women founders stand when fundraising Hong Kong Tourist Information .
Since 2015, Crunchbase has reported on gender diversity in venture capital. And, once again, the story for women looking to be funded remains stubbornly predictable. Here’s what the numbers tell us.
Distribution of women founders
Companies with at least one female founder grew from 9 percent in 2009 to 17 percent since 2012 — a stat that has not changed for five years.
Of the 17 percent of startups with at least one female founder, one-third are made up of teams that have only female founders. Another one-third are teams with two co-founders that include one male and one female. The last third represent teams that have 3+ co-founders with at least one female founder. Two-thirds of these startups, therefore, represent majority or equal female and male-founder representation.
Funding in women-founded startups
For the first two quarters in 2017, startups with a female founder raised $332 million in seed investment, or around 15 percent of all seed funding dollars. Approximately $6.5 billion has been invested in female-founded companies, representing more than 11 percent of all dollars invested in the first two quarters of 2017.
VC lacks women investors, possibly impacting ability to raise
On the investing side Network Security, only 7 percent of senior investing partners at the top 100 venture firms are women. Female founders face a greater challenge than male founders when fundraising, as they are required to break into male networks, which predominate at most investment firms.
For the first time in our reporting on the funding gap, we looked at seed and early-stage funding since 2010 to see if there is a difference in fundraising for female versus male-only teams. Funding at this stage is risky, with the investor focusing on the founding team and the idea.
Seed averages
As the chart shows, there is a persistent gap between what male-only teams can raise, and what female-only teams can raise. Teams with founders that are both men and women land in the middle, a somewhat new trend that has become more pronounced since 2015.
At the seed stage, we reviewed 2,400 rounds for female-only founding teams and 37,000 rounds for male-only founding teams. Since 2010, for seed-stage funding, women-only teams have raised on average $82 for every $100 a male founded team raises.
Early-stage venture averages
For early-stage venture, we reviewed more than 1,000 rounds for female-only founding teams and 22,000 rounds for male-only founding teams aspire nautilus mini. For early-stage venture rounds, female founders fare worse than the seed stage, as women-only founding teams raise on average $77 for every $100 a male-only founded team raises.
Notably, the gap of funding between women to men wasn’t always so large. In 2014, women raised $89 for every $100 a man raised. But over the past three years, the ratio has continued to drop, and it’s not yet clear whether that pattern will continue.
Backing founders
Because so many investors and founders are men, women are often not related to in the funding process. This lack of familiarity typically means reduced funding for women and a host of other consequences.
As one recent study pointed out, even the way investors frame questions to women can impact funding. According to the Harvard Business Review, female founders are often asked “prevention-oriented” questions focused on safety, responsibility, security and vigilance. Male founders, on the other hand, are often asked “promotion-oriented” questions focused on hopes, achievement, advancement and ideals.
The result of how these questions are asked between the genders? Women ended up with less funding.
This phenomenon is not just limited to investors in the United States. HBR also reviewed 125 pitches made in Sweden, 26 of which were made by female-founded companies. In the analysis, HBR found very different assessments of female versus male founders:
“The financiers rhetorically produce stereotypical images of women as having qualities opposite to those considered important to being an entrepreneur, with VCs questioning their credibility, trustworthiness, experience, and knowledge.”
Due to this line of questioning, women were only awarded 25 percent of their funding requests. Meanwhile, men walked away with more than 50 percent of their funding requests.
With these studies and data in hand, it is time to revisit the “guy in the hoodie” stereotype and recognize entrepreneurship comes in many forms.
Thanks to Matt Kaufman for conceptualizing the fundraising gap charts.
Glossary
Companies without founders are excluded from this analysis.
Seed/angel includes financings that are classified as a seed or angel, including accelerator fundings and equity crowdfunding below $5 million.
Early-stage venture includes financings that are classified as a Series A or B, venture rounds without a designated series that are below $15 million and equity crowdfunding above $5 million.
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