Collapsible list in HTML/CSS/JS

I am working on a website where we need to present a large amount of information in a hierarchical list. The list will have several thousand elements so it seems best not to present it all immediately. Instead, we want to use a collapsible list so that users can expand the elements they are interested…

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Comments on Marty Nemko’s “12 Predictions for 2050”

A reader asked me to comment on the predictions/musings by Marty Nemko at his blog. I had never heard of him before, but he’s some kind of coach, radio host and columnist popular in the Bay Area. The decline in good jobs. My optimistic side predicts that improved education and gene editing to improve intelligence…

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Children of Immigrants Longitudinal Study (CILS): useful for testing spatial & generational transferability

In a not so well written paper (that we should update to be better presented), John Fuerst and I previously used two hypotheses using the National Longitudinal Survey of Freshman dataset: Spatial transferability: when people move, they tend to keep their psychological traits and culture. Generational transferability: when people have children, their children tend to…

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Getting Facebook to show preview images

I noticed that Facebook wasn’t showing any preview images for a website I maintain (http://teknologipartiet.dk/, my pet grey tribe political party/think tank). It turns out that Facebook wants a metatag to know which image to use: og:image. And how does one get this? Fortunately, there are some simple WordPress plugins to handle this issue. After…

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Review: Intelligence: all that matters (Stuart Ritchie)

I was recently asked to suggest introductory reviewing materials for bright laymen (see also my previous post). I ended up giving the following recommendations: – Intelligence: A very short introduction (2001, by Deary, very mainstream researcher). 132 pages. Libgen – Intelligence: All that matters. 2015. Ritchie (young, mainstream researcher). 160 pages. Libgen Bit more technical,…

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