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  1. Bleuteaux says:

    So, at what point do we all need to download our email and drive stuff off Google servers?

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  2. neutral says:

    One thing I have noticed is how race has not been mentioned in the Google hiring statistics, I would assume that the reason for this is that Google paid the prominent black civil right protesters with big sums of money to stay silent.

    Personally I would like to see Google be overwhelmed (and ultimately destroyed) by all the various victim groups demanding their share.

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  3. Belle Curve?

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  4. res says:

    Pretty funny. I wonder how many people involved in the Damore kerfuffle would even understand it. To be a geek for a moment, that looks like a Cohen’s d of about 1 (means differ 1 SD) which is on the high side for most sex differences. This visualization is useful for getting a feel for the implications of different values of Cohen’s d: http://rpsychologist.com/d3/cohend/

    Here is an earlier comment with a number of values for Cohen’s d for sex differences and a reference to a paper containing many more: http://www.unz.com/isteve/google-ceo-denounces-his-underling-for-crimethink-about-males-and-females/#comment-1960806

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    Looks more like double d to me.
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  5. Maybe soften it with gif of Dr. Hernnstein burning in hell.

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  6. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer

    Meanwhile it’s Emma Lazarus Month over at Conde Nast:

    http://www.instagram.com/p/BXkoQxFgYCN/

    I was surprised that Annie Leibovitz is still alive. The star photogs have been dying off since the mid-century vogue for highbrow publicity shots began to cross its mortal outer bounds (a few years after glossy magazines went into a tailspin). Nowadays with ubiquitous retouching software and Korean smartphones a photographer makes less than a poet.

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    She was the lesbian partner of Susan Sontag until the latter's death.
    Sontag was hetero when young and had kids. In fact my father had a one nighter with her-no, he did not father her child.
    , @a reader
    Vogue 125th Anniversary Collector's Edition guests are:

    Oprah, Serena Williams, Nicole Kidman, Chelsea Manning, Megyn Kelly, Lebron James, Hugh Jackman, Zendaya, Iman, Lena Dunham.

    1 Black male (American)
    3 Black females (2 Americans, 1 Somali)
    1 Half-Black female (American)
    1 White male ( Australian)
    2 White females (1 American, 1 Australian)
    1 White trans woman (American)
    1 Jewish female (American)

    No deplorable in sight.
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  7. Dwright says:

    I can’t join in this hate of Google, they have too much on me.

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  8. Anonym says:

    Blue (IQ) curve should he a bit flatter and wider. Other than that… great!

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    • Replies: @Olorin
    Yeah, it's not right at all.

    Women cluster more around the mean; men distribute more at the tails. Males have more variability, as a population.

    Can't stand quantitative imprecision of this sort. Same damn thing the left does. Fudge the numbers for feelz.

    James Thompson put it well once: Women/girls are more norm-al than men.

    https://alfinnextlevel.files.wordpress.com/2015/10/main-qimg-ba7c85e19585f68031d863702588d951.png

    That's precisely the rub here. There are very few actual STEMmy geek females. Making your workforce 50% female guarantees these STEMmish females, in defining their averageness as unusual because genitals, will drag the mean of the population of engineers, developers, etc., leftward to suit them.

    Of course this parses as the normie gals wanting to have power over those to the right.

    If they were truly out on the right/tail part of the curve, they would find they have more in common with men out there, more or less. Or at least that's been my experience. Very bright men and women seem to have much more in common--almost a separate sub-species with their Special Twin Language and laser eyes and such. And there's nothing a normie female hates so much as a woman out on the right.

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  9. Sunbeam says:

    My first thought is they were supposed to be boobs. Not some kind of ironic thing about stat graphs.

    Guess it works both ways though. Or maybe that is the hidden cleverness.

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    My first thought is they were supposed to be boobs.
     
    I was gonna say “Daaaamn you could poke yer eyes out with those things”—then I realized one is actually a dude! Yuck.
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  10. Anon says: • Disclaimer

    No sense sharing company secrets.

    It’d be like KFC revealing its Original Recipe.

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  11. Reminds me of the classic graphs overlaying secual market value and marriage market value along a horizontal axis of age for both men and women. (Ladies’ expiration dates are much earlier.)

    Not sure if that is the point. Intellect would have more retarded and genius males, of course, with women clustered more in a center with fewer outliers in either direction….

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  12. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer
    @Anonymous
    Meanwhile it's Emma Lazarus Month over at Conde Nast:

    http://www.instagram.com/p/BXkoQxFgYCN/

    I was surprised that Annie Leibovitz is still alive. The star photogs have been dying off since the mid-century vogue for highbrow publicity shots began to cross its mortal outer bounds (a few years after glossy magazines went into a tailspin). Nowadays with ubiquitous retouching software and Korean smartphones a photographer makes less than a poet.

    She was the lesbian partner of Susan Sontag until the latter’s death.
    Sontag was hetero when young and had kids. In fact my father had a one nighter with her-no, he did not father her child.

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  13. @Sunbeam
    My first thought is they were supposed to be boobs. Not some kind of ironic thing about stat graphs.

    Guess it works both ways though. Or maybe that is the hidden cleverness.

    My first thought is they were supposed to be boobs.

    I was gonna say “Daaaamn you could poke yer eyes out with those things”—then I realized one is actually a dude! Yuck.

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  14. Trelane says:

    Don’t Stop

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  15. “Purifying the World’s Information”

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1984_(advertisement)

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  16. @res
    Pretty funny. I wonder how many people involved in the Damore kerfuffle would even understand it. To be a geek for a moment, that looks like a Cohen's d of about 1 (means differ 1 SD) which is on the high side for most sex differences. This visualization is useful for getting a feel for the implications of different values of Cohen's d: http://rpsychologist.com/d3/cohend/

    Here is an earlier comment with a number of values for Cohen's d for sex differences and a reference to a paper containing many more: http://www.unz.com/isteve/google-ceo-denounces-his-underling-for-crimethink-about-males-and-females/#comment-1960806

    Looks more like double d to me.

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  17. You can get two actual letter-O shapes by using the topographic map of two bivariate normal distributions. The map contours are concentric ellipses and one can paint the area between two consecutive contours in each distribution to get the pink and blue intersecting letter O’s, like a pair of olympic rings.

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    Wouldn't the O's be concentric rather than intersecting like the Olympic rings? And ellipses vs. circles depends on whether the variances are the same, right?
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  18. a reader says:
    @Anonymous
    Meanwhile it's Emma Lazarus Month over at Conde Nast:

    http://www.instagram.com/p/BXkoQxFgYCN/

    I was surprised that Annie Leibovitz is still alive. The star photogs have been dying off since the mid-century vogue for highbrow publicity shots began to cross its mortal outer bounds (a few years after glossy magazines went into a tailspin). Nowadays with ubiquitous retouching software and Korean smartphones a photographer makes less than a poet.

    Vogue 125th Anniversary Collector’s Edition guests are:

    Oprah, Serena Williams, Nicole Kidman, Chelsea Manning, Megyn Kelly, Lebron James, Hugh Jackman, Zendaya, Iman, Lena Dunham.

    1 Black male (American)
    3 Black females (2 Americans, 1 Somali)
    1 Half-Black female (American)
    1 White male ( Australian)
    2 White females (1 American, 1 Australian)
    1 White trans woman (American)
    1 Jewish female (American)

    No deplorable in sight.

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  19. Olorin says:
    @Anonym
    Blue (IQ) curve should he a bit flatter and wider. Other than that... great!

    Yeah, it’s not right at all.

    Women cluster more around the mean; men distribute more at the tails. Males have more variability, as a population.

    Can’t stand quantitative imprecision of this sort. Same damn thing the left does. Fudge the numbers for feelz.

    James Thompson put it well once: Women/girls are more norm-al than men.

    That’s precisely the rub here. There are very few actual STEMmy geek females. Making your workforce 50% female guarantees these STEMmish females, in defining their averageness as unusual because genitals, will drag the mean of the population of engineers, developers, etc., leftward to suit them.

    Of course this parses as the normie gals wanting to have power over those to the right.

    If they were truly out on the right/tail part of the curve, they would find they have more in common with men out there, more or less. Or at least that’s been my experience. Very bright men and women seem to have much more in common–almost a separate sub-species with their Special Twin Language and laser eyes and such. And there’s nothing a normie female hates so much as a woman out on the right.

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    That plot is incredibly exaggerated. There appears to be a difference in both mean and variance, but the effect is much more subtle.

    But that said, you very nicely make the point that absolutely kills me about this sort of discussion:

    Of course this parses as the normie gals wanting to have power over those to the right.

    If they were truly out on the right/tail part of the curve, they would find they have more in common with men out there, more or less. Or at least that’s been my experience. Very bright men and women seem to have much more in common–almost a separate sub-species with their Special Twin Language and laser eyes and such. And there’s nothing a normie female hates so much as a woman out on the right.
     
    I think female concern about women to their right on the normal curve applies much more to beauty than IQ. But God forbid both be true.
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  20. BB753 says:

    Do women have it easier?

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  21. res says:
    @academic gossip
    You can get two actual letter-O shapes by using the topographic map of two bivariate normal distributions. The map contours are concentric ellipses and one can paint the area between two consecutive contours in each distribution to get the pink and blue intersecting letter O's, like a pair of olympic rings.

    Wouldn’t the O’s be concentric rather than intersecting like the Olympic rings? And ellipses vs. circles depends on whether the variances are the same, right?

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  22. res says:
    @Olorin
    Yeah, it's not right at all.

    Women cluster more around the mean; men distribute more at the tails. Males have more variability, as a population.

    Can't stand quantitative imprecision of this sort. Same damn thing the left does. Fudge the numbers for feelz.

    James Thompson put it well once: Women/girls are more norm-al than men.

    https://alfinnextlevel.files.wordpress.com/2015/10/main-qimg-ba7c85e19585f68031d863702588d951.png

    That's precisely the rub here. There are very few actual STEMmy geek females. Making your workforce 50% female guarantees these STEMmish females, in defining their averageness as unusual because genitals, will drag the mean of the population of engineers, developers, etc., leftward to suit them.

    Of course this parses as the normie gals wanting to have power over those to the right.

    If they were truly out on the right/tail part of the curve, they would find they have more in common with men out there, more or less. Or at least that's been my experience. Very bright men and women seem to have much more in common--almost a separate sub-species with their Special Twin Language and laser eyes and such. And there's nothing a normie female hates so much as a woman out on the right.

    That plot is incredibly exaggerated. There appears to be a difference in both mean and variance, but the effect is much more subtle.

    But that said, you very nicely make the point that absolutely kills me about this sort of discussion:

    Of course this parses as the normie gals wanting to have power over those to the right.

    If they were truly out on the right/tail part of the curve, they would find they have more in common with men out there, more or less. Or at least that’s been my experience. Very bright men and women seem to have much more in common–almost a separate sub-species with their Special Twin Language and laser eyes and such. And there’s nothing a normie female hates so much as a woman out on the right.

    I think female concern about women to their right on the normal curve applies much more to beauty than IQ. But God forbid both be true.

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  23. MEH 0910 says:

    https://www.google.com/doodles/44th-anniversary-of-the-birth-of-hip-hop

    August 11, 2017

    44th Anniversary of the Birth of Hip Hop

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