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Have you ever wondered how a baby sees the world? Take a look at what they see as their vision develops over the first year.

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Have you ever wondered, "Why is my espresso shot running too fast or too slow? Why does my espresso taste sour or bitter? Why am I not getting any crema? Why am I getting channeling?" This video covers some common espresso issues and how to fix them.

  • 0:59 Shots Too Fast/Slow
  • 4:42 Shots Too Sour/Bitter
  • 8:08 No Crema
  • 10:07 Channeling

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"Eating out of boredom happens to the best of us, but kuchisabishii is about shaping it as a natural feeling and a forgiving experience, rather than to shove down those feelings. For once we recognize and confront it, we end up making better decisions after the fact than exacerbating self-sabotaging behavior on guilt-triggered impulses."

Kaki Okumura.

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A Murder at the End of the World," conceived by the imaginative minds of Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij, is a psychological thriller drama. The show is set in a desolate Arctic retreat in Iceland, the series introduces Emma Corrin as Darby Hart, an amateur detective with a penchant for hacking and a deep-seated drive to uncover the truth.

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"Devs" is a television show that premiered in 2020. Created by Alex Garland, known for his work on films like "Ex Machina" and "Annihilation," "Devs" is a science fiction thriller that delves into the world of technology and determinism.

The story centers around a young software engineer, Lily Chan, who works for a cutting-edge tech company called Amaya. After the mysterious death of her boyfriend, who was working on a secretive project within Amaya's development division (Devs), Lily begins to investigate. Her search leads her into the heart of the company's secretive development team and its enigmatic CEO.

"Devs" explores themes such as free will versus determinism, the ethics of technology, and the nature of consciousness, making it particularly intriguing for those interested in programming, technology, and philosophical questions related to these fields.