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I’ve been a full-time traveler for the last 3 years living, living 7-90 days in each location. I’m a minimalist, an entrepreneur and besides travel, I thrive when running and climbing mountains. I see everything as an experiment in happiness and finding the best way of living.


I love the idea of writing a letter to yourself when you were 20 years old. I think it’s a great way to reflect. But it seems more important how I live the rest of my life and a little less important what I’ve already done.

Being 30 years old, I’m thinking more and more about how it will be to get older. Not like worrying thoughts, but I really want to experience aging, notice the small things and become older in a good way. I’m starting to think more about what character I want to build and what kind of person I want to be. I want to remind myself of those thoughts when I’m 80 years old, so here goes:

I’m writing you this letter from Kuala Lumpur. I’m 30 years old, I’m very healthy, I can run for hours, I travel whenever I want and I’m working with what I want. More importantly, I’m with the girl that I’m sure I will be with the rest of my life. In other words, life is treating me very well.

I’m writing to you when you’re 80 years old. Being 80 years old, there is a good chance that life will be more difficult than my life is at the moment. It’s easy to be a champ when everything goes your way, but true character shows when things are tough. This letter is a reminder of how I hope my character will be throughout life and when I’m 80 years old.

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I haven’t done much in my first 30 years of life to build relationships. It has all come very naturally, which I don’t expect it to when I’m 80 years old. One thing I have realizedthe last few years of traveling full-time is the major impact on happiness that being with other people has.

When Michelle and I have been to a place where we didn’t talk with a lot of other people for just 30 days, it really affects my mood, I’m just more negative. When I’m 80 there might not be a lot of friends around, so it’s especially important that you’re proactive about meeting new people. No conversation is ever wasted.

Good relationships are something you create and contribute to the success of, it’s not something you can expect to just happen. You need to be proactive, even when you’re 80-years-old. One thing I’ve enjoyed so far in my life is having friends from all walks of life. I hope that your friends won’t just be other old men, but that you will have friends who do different things, different ages etc.

After doing endurance sports for a bunch of years, I really feel like I can run forever. I guess I take that for granted, but I shouldn’t. Being able to be active and doing sports is a privilege and that should be motivator enough to be active. As a 30-year-old, one of my biggest goals in life is to keep sports as a part of my life for the rest of my life

Repackaging aside, we can still look at the "within-guideline" number on Table 8 and 8A for direct comparisons on this front betweenthe first half of FY 2018 and all federal sentences in FY 2016. Doing so shows that the within-guideline sentencing rate has increased from 48.6% in FY 2016 up to 50% in the first half of FY 2018. Without a more intricate and sophisticated analysis controlling for caseloads and other factors, it is too hard to say there is conclusive evidence that the Sessions Memo is having a real impact on federal sentencing outcome. But these data are suggestive of trends that seem likely to continue as move cases more through the pipeline and as a new set of federal prosecutors give effect to commands from Main Justice.

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The fine folks over at the Collateral Consequences Resource Center reminded me through this new post that the big new double issue of the Federal Sentencing Reporter is right now fully available on-line here thanks to the fine folks at the University of California Press. Here is how the CCRC folks summarize the issue's coverage:

“Managing Collateral Consequences in the Information Age” is the title of a symposium issue of the Federal Sentencing Reporter . It is composed of papers prepared for a conference on criminal records issues jointly sponsored by the American Law Institute and the National Conference of State Legislatures in January 2018, and associated primary source materials. The issue’s Table of Contents shows the breadth and variety of topics covered. An introductory essay by Margaret Love summarizes the approach to managing collateral consequences in the revised sentencing articles of the Model Penal Code, and the seemingly contrary trends in records management in state legislatures in recent years. She also describes each of the papers.

This special double issue of FSR contains so much interesting an diverse material, I recommend readers check out the TOC and Introductory essay to decide which articles they want to read first.

This issue includes the final version of of my recent paper titled "Leveraging Marijuana Reform to Enhance Expungement Practices." Amber 105 sandals Red Saint Laurent hOHAep9f1
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Date: 31 Dec, 2015

Some databases of datasets are composed by several billion of records. Several millions of operations can be operated each day on the datasets. Saving the history of each single operations may indeed be considered as a best practice, but on huge databases it can be very expensive in term of place, processing and development. Then the benefits of the systematic saving of each operations have to be compared to its cost. In some cases, this systematic saving may be so much expensive, that it cannot be an option. Therefore the current recommendations may not be applied on all cases.

True: cost will always be an issue that has to be matched against the requirements.

IF subsets of dynamic data need to be persisted THEN the only way to ensure this is by having the respective version available. An aspect that is not discussed in detail in the 2-page flyer, but that has been addressed durign the WG meetings and that will also be described in a bit more detail in the more comprehensive summary document, is the granularity of versioning. The main thoughts, briefly summarized, are the following:

If a specific version of a data item has not been accessed (read) before being updated again, then there may be no need to keep that specific version of a data item. Thus, for repeatability requirements, versions of values only need to be persisted if they had been used, otherwise they can, theoretically, be simply overwritten. (This will differ, obviously, in settings where the change history of a record is of interest.) this trades storage space against versioning complexity (and may lead to a performance bottleneck).

But, in any case, there is no need to version any database at all costs: it has to be matched against the requirements. If costs are to high, then (versions of) data may also be deleted. In such cases, an specific data set cannot be reproduced anymore. The PID, query and landing page, however, will still exist, providing evidence and provenance information on the data, and the may allow re-execution of the query against whichever suitable snapshot version of the database (closest timestamp to query-timestamp, or simply a current version) to get a dataset according to the same concept (query), even though it may not be identical anymore. (Identity can still be determined via teh result hash keys)


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I have a few comments (I am only lately acquainted with RDA so please excuse me, in case some of my comments are already answered)


In many cases researchers that have developed a dataset propose recommendations on how to cite the data. This is most times done by citing a published article that describes the work performed in order to acquire this data and analysis' results.

My question is: who is the "author" of the data? The owner (organizations like universities) or the person responsible for the dataset. This is kind of important in the sense that datasets receive quite a lot of citations, as some of them are very expensive to acquire and scarce.

A suggestion would be to have two fields for that: Organization that stores the data and the people responsible for collecting the data.


The second comment that I have is that the citing process and collaboration is required with people involved in citation styles in order to ensure the data citation is going to be included in those styles. I believe that the RDA suggestions are aligned towards this direction. Including queries could be tricky. A suggestion that I have is to built a website that would provide a doi-like unique url for each query stored by researchers and that could be used in the citations (given its sort length). This might also include other meta-data required. My main concern on this suggestion is that big datasets are stored on a database table at first and then they are moved to another - when the first is close to capacity (e.g. count(3)). I do not know how this could be prevented, however a suggestion would be to ask for the storing procedure in the automated citation text generator.

Date: 29 Feb, 2016

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