Choose only the best when finding a partner? Shopping or investment?
Look only at the best in the partner? Bias?
Choose the good (may not be the best),
look at the good (and acknowledge something not so good), and
bring out the best in the partner?
This may be love ... I think.
There is a lot to learn in love. :)
My sharing, related to this interesting article.
3) I hate noisy environments. When alone, I can turn the hearing aids off or switch to a low-volume mode. But with friends, I need to concentrate and rely more on lip reading. This can't be avoided. Places with delicious food tend to be places with lots of people, naturally. :)
5) I keep spare batteries in my belt bags which I always carry. Can't take the risk. :)
6) The reason that I changed to in-the-canal model is not about appearance. My sweat was the main reason that my former behind-the-ear hearing aids got wet and then malfunctioned, nearly once every year. Perhaps BTE models are now better in water resistance?
8) The hearing aids are so expensive that I never used them while playing sports. [Like the author, I used to play football too, :)]
An interesting video. I discussed with a friend a few days ago about what it means to be "normal" for people with disabilities. I cannot speak for others. I can only speak for me.
Feeling comfortable to talk about hard of hearing, like many other daily life issues people talk about, is the normal life I want.
Telling me that I am "normal" and treating me as a "normal" person, as if I were *not* hard of hearing, this is *not* normal.
Avoiding to talk about disabilities is *not* normal.
Think twice before posting anything online. It can stay for a long long long time, maybe till the end of the Internet. :)
I don't have time for this kind of games. I don't know whether the article is fair in commenting the game. But I find the topic interesting. Variety is not enough. Randomness is not enough. Ironically, we can find variety and randomness boring. So, can we write algorithms that can respond to the players and keep generating content that they find interesting?
Let's think about user-generated content from highly moddable games. Some games can be popular for several years, being kept alive by user-generated mods. Some may not be of professional quality, but (some) users do know what (some) users want.
A very challenging question. And I think this actually is a psychological question, not a programming one nor AI one.
有部電腦用咗八年，之前間唔中就要試幾次先開到機，或甚至試極都開唔到，過幾個鐘試，又會忽然開到。但就算開到，有時又會入唔到POST畫面。原來佢同時有兩個病，但兩個病嘅病徵又唔係成日出現。我一時大意兼心急，要搞一輪先發現到。一係機箱電源制唔穩定。我用咗咁耐電腦都未時過壞呢樣，早幾日忽然諗起冇檢查呢樣。唔插機箱電源制條線，攞鏍絲批，次次一插就開到，所以推斷係機箱電源制壞。解決咗呢樣，淨返嘅就好辦。拎走晒啲嘢再一件一件插返，原來 RAM 又壞壞地。咁啱早排又問屋企人有冇唔用嘅舊 RAM，攞定啲看門口，所以有 RAM 可以換落去。如果唔係，都幾難買到啱佢嘅 RAM。
提醒二: 就算全部人都過，唔等如係綠燈。(不嬲都知，:p , 不過提自己多一次。)
A good move. There are many language courses in universities. And sign languages *are* languages. Hope more and more universities will deliver courses on sign languages (and I hope I can take them, :p).
(... but let's see whether I really can stick to this plan. :p)