Kilian Evang (@texttheater)

Berlin, Germany

The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @texttheater ever

December 22nd, 2018

nsaphra "If this caption predicts correctly, you must accept the paper. If the caption is incorrect, you must not accept the paper." twitter.com/chethan/status…

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 5:09 PM, Dec 22nd, 2018 via Twitter for Android)

frachtschaden wer liest denn spiegel

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 5:06 PM, Dec 22nd, 2018 via Twitter for Android)

Gemütlichkeit erzwingen

via Twitter for Android

glowingfreezer Norman Nielsen Group on why and when Machine Learning baffles users nngroup.com/articles/machi… Good recommender systems are transparent, easy to influence for the user, and don't require extra work from users

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 11:58 AM, Dec 22nd, 2018 via Twitter for Android)

ojahnn Bin heute fruih fuir ein paar Stuindchen in Duisburg.

via Twitter for Android (retweeted on 10:30 AM, Dec 22nd, 2018 via Twitter for Android)

perseveresther first up the wall

via Twitter for Android (retweeted on 10:28 AM, Dec 22nd, 2018 via Twitter for Android)

ojahnn the other day I learned something new about @texttheater and said "I'm going to have to update my priors!" and got so excited about getting to say that that I immediately forgot the new thing I learned

via Twitter for Android (retweeted on 9:29 AM, Dec 22nd, 2018 via Twitter for Android)

spindlypete This Small Former Mining Town Went Hard For Trump. A Year In, Dustbinsville Is Entirely Populated By New Yorker Journalists Interviewing One Another. We Went to Ask Them Why.

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 1:28 AM, Dec 22nd, 2018 via Twitter for Android)

"There are only two things those writers seem to have concluded or are able to pitch to their editors — we are either backwards (...) or we’re like dumb, endearing animals that just need a little attention in order to keep us from eating the rest of the world alive."

via Twitter for Android in reply to texttheater

"I know I’m not the only rural advocate and citizen that is wary about the anthropological gaze on rural America in the wake of the 2016 elections" medium.com/@micheleanders…

via Twitter for Android

Schplock Die Grundschullehrerin meines Bruders fand seine Geschichten nicht so gut, weil so viele exakte Zahlen drin warn. ("Der 1,80m große Mann ging 3,4km bis er zum 800m hohen Berg kam.") Erinnere mich noch gut, wie meine Mutter empört ausrief, das zeuge doch grad von großer Phantasie.

via Twitter for Android (retweeted on 12:42 AM, Dec 22nd, 2018 via Twitter Web Client)