Is It Ethical to Use Genealogy Data to Solve Crimes?
"A person giving broad consent to future biomedical research has a basic understanding that scientists will use his or her materials to produce generalizable medical knowledge, even if the exact details of that endeavor are unclear. In contrast, a person might reasonably be surprised if his or her genealogic data were used in a criminal investigation, because that use is far afield from the original purpose for which the information was given.

...Not only can the data lead to the arrest of guilty relatives for crimes actually committed, but false-positives also may create burdens for innocent persons. Individuals hold different views on whether potential crime solving justifies the repurposing of genealogy data, indirectly implicating relatives, or inconveniencing innocent suspects.

...Notwithstanding the clarity of the law, it is questionable whether it is good social policy to consider the uploading of genealogic data the same as abandoning DNA in a public space.

...Commentators suggest that a real risk exists for employment or insurance discrimination through reidentification of genomic data. We believe that this risk has been overstated; genome reidentification is a technically complicated process that requires access to identified reference data. Thus far, it has been used only to identify whether persons are included in a research data set. Very little evidence exists that genetic discrimination is a pervasive societal issue. Nevertheless, discriminatory use of genetic information might someday be a problem. Because the public remains concerned about the security of their genetic data, policymakers should implement appropriate safeguards and seek to assure people that their genomic data are safe."
human.research  bodies  science  internet  privacy 
21 days ago
The $3 Million Research Breakdown
"How a star psychiatrist at the University of Illinois at Chicago violated protocols and put children at risk."
research  human.research  science  health 
8 weeks ago
Without Context Or Cushion, Do Online Medical Results Make Sense?
"Devitt’s experience illustrates both the promise and the perils of a largely unexamined transformation in the way growing numbers of Americans receive sensitive — sometimes life-changing — medical information. A decade ago, most patients were informed over the phone or in person by the doctor who had ordered testing and could explain the results.

But in the past few years, hospitals and medical practices have urged patients to sign up for portals, which allow them rapid, round-the-clock access to their records. Lab tests (with few exceptions) are now released directly to patients.

...Are portals delivering on their promise to engage patients? Or are these results too often a source of confusion and alarm for patients and the cause of more work for doctors because information is provided without adequate — or sometimes any — guidance?"
research  human.research  health  internet 
12 weeks ago
Cloak and Data: The Real Story Behind Cambridge Analytica’s Rise and Fall
"The story of Cambridge Analytica’s rise—and its rapid fall—in some ways parallels the ascendance of the candidate it claims it helped elevate to the presidency. It reached the apex of American politics through a mix of bluffing, luck, failing upward, and—yes—psychological manipulation. Sound familiar?"
trump  elections  politics  security  privacy 
12 weeks ago
Fighting Erasure: Women SF Writers of the 1970s, A Through F
Post by James Davis Nicholl. "I will focus on women authors who first published in the 1970s. That means skipping some significant authors who were already active at the time. I also reserve the right to cheat a bit by including a few works published after the 1970s."

Some unusual suggestions for Cherryh, who I've bounced off of previously, & others I'd like to try.
books  sf/f  sff 
january 2018
Japanese Boy Band Saves the World: Postcolonial Masculinities in Final Fantasy XV
"Part of what makes Final Fantasy so intriguing is the way in which masculinity is both appallingly simplistic and fascinatingly complicated...."
ff15  gender  colonization 
november 2017
Restructuring -- and Re-Missioning -- the University of Wisconsin System
Will merging institutions strengthen the system or hasten its decline, asks Tara DaPra, who has taught at one of its four-year universities as well as in its community colleges.

Many faculty and staff members across the system were blindsided by the announcement and worry about what this merger means for our departments, our curricula, our institutional missions, our jobs.
uw  wisconsin.politics 
november 2017
Pasture and Plenty splits the difference between a deli and DIY
Pasture and Plenty has adopted and also adapted the current meal kit concept, concentrating on stocking those kits with food from local providers and offering flexible plan options. But it’s also added ready-made heat-and-eat meals and a ready-made “Farm-to-Freezer” meal as well.
madison  food 
november 2017
Inside man: How lobbyists like Eric J. Petersen work the Capitol, and what is changing
A must-read about
1) one of the most powerful WI lobbyists for conservative causes
2) a how-to for lobbying works in the WI state legislature
3) what was up with GOP schisms during budget debate.
wisconsin.politics  politics 
november 2017
Final Fantasy IX and me - 15 years on
Great tribute focusing both on FF9 as game nodding to its predecessors & that's also great in its own right.
november 2017
"For new listeners and old listeners who haven't tuned in for a while." [obvs I am the latter]
november 2017
In the end, everyone faces God with 'empty hands,' pope says
"The miracle of forgiveness is repeated continually, especially in hospital rooms and prison cells, the pope said, because "there is no person, no matter how badly he has lived, who is left with only desperation and is denied grace."

"Paradise is not a fairy tale or an enchanted garden," the pope said "Paradise is the embrace of God, infinite love, and we enter thanks to Jesus who died on the cross for us."

"Wherever Jesus is, there is mercy and happiness; without him, it is cold and dark," he said.

Jesus "wants to lead us to the most beautiful place in existence, and he wants to bring us there with the little or immense good that has been in our life, because nothing is lost in that which he has already redeemed," the pope said."
catholicism  pope.trololo  faith 
october 2017
chatfic tommyjon inspired by T*mmy's attentiveness to the dog
"And then Nat messaged me about how attentive Tommy is to Pundit at all times and we had a full scale 5100 word meltdown about service top Tommy unwittingly driving L*vett mad whenever he touches Pundit. So here. "
tommyjon  tumblr.fic 
october 2017
The drug industry’s triumph over the DEA
WaPo/CBS investigation that brought down Trump's DEA nominee

"Amid a targeted lobbying effort, Congress weakened the DEA’s ability to go after drug distributors, even as opioid-related deaths continue to rise, a Washington Post and ‘60 Minutes’ investigation finds."
politics  journalism 
october 2017
jontommy chatfic
Slutty DC Favs and monogamous sexually inexperienced Tommy
sycamoretrees  mpdgoblin  podsa  jontommy  tumblr.fic 
october 2017
Loathing Coast-to-Coast
"“I’ve never hated anyone more in my life than I did the Clinton campaign staff [during] the 2008 primary,” recalls former Obama aide T*mmy V*etor."
fic  podsa  littlemousling  tommyjon 
september 2017
"I want Lovett to complain about hand pain or a splinter for some reason and for Favs to thoughtlessly reach to massage it out/examine the splinter and Lovett jerks his hand away way too quickly, looking pink and excitable and nervy"
podsa  fic  amazonplanet  tumblr.fic  jonjon 
september 2017
Supreme Court case offers window into how representatives choose their constituents
WaPo Interviews w/State Sen Mark Miller, puts things in context of 2011 #wiunion protests. Previews the upcoming Supreme Court arguments, which will happen on October 3rd.
voting.rights  wisconsin.politics  politics 
september 2017
Here’s What Happened When A Football Team Decided To Give Out Free DNA Tests
"At the Ravens vs. Browns game on Sunday, a biotech startup had planned to hand out tens of thousands of free genetic tests. But the promotion was axed at the last minute after questions from the Maryland health department.

...“We treat these people as adults,” he said. “I think that we should respect that people are smart enough to figure this out.”

But others worry that at a noisy football game, fans wouldn’t fully digest several thousand words of legalese, or take the time to contemplate the legal, medical, and privacy risks of turning their DNA over to a private company."
research  human.research  science 
september 2017
How the FEC Turned a Blind Eye to Foreign Meddling
"The inadequacy of the FEC’s current regulations makes it practically impossible for both regulators and citizens to determine if the funding for a political advertisement online came from a domestic source or an enemy abroad.
...Until the FEC gets its act together (if ever), it’s up to civil society to exert pressure on the social media platforms to take responsible action. Nothing prohibits Facebook from vetting its advertisers and requiring transparency from those seeking to post political ads on its platform. And nothing prohibits Facebook from voluntarily doing what it did earlier this month—tracing the source of paid political ads and making that information available to its users and investigators."
politics  internet 
september 2017
Republican governors get into the ‘news’ business
"The Republican Governors Association has quietly launched an online publication that looks like a media outlet and is branded as such on social media. The Free Telegraph blares headlines about the virtues of GOP governors, while framing Democrats negatively."

Scotty is the president of the Republican Governors Association.
politics  wisconsin.politics 
september 2017
DC era, hustled into a safe room bc there's a threat
"“This is like those shelter in place drills for what if there was a nuclear war, you know like that our parents did. Do you know what I’m talking about Tommy?”

“I want you to stop talking,” says Tommy."
podsa  fic  amazonplanet  tommyjon 
september 2017
get respect after
The only reason Jon’s mouth doesn't drop open is that it's currently full. Also, this shirt is from Trunk Club, and he's not sure if he's going to keep it yet.
podsa  fic  tommyjon 
september 2017
RT, Sputnik and Russia’s New Theory of War
"How the Kremlin built one of the most powerful information weapons of the 21st century — and why it may be impossible to stop."
politics  espionage  security 
september 2017
These Cigarette Smugglers Are On The Frontlines Of Russia’s Spy Wars
"Five arrests. Two years. The ultimate crime: spying for Russia. An exclusive investigation by BuzzFeed News and Re:Baltica reveals a new tactic in Russia’s spy wars."
espionage  ficfodder 
september 2017
The New Front in the Gerrymandering Wars: Democracy vs. Math
NYT Magazine, Emily Bazelon

Interviews w/State Sen Dale Schultz, how Republicans overhauled Wisconsin's districts in 2011, and egregiously tilted things in favor of the GOP. Previews the upcoming Supreme Court arguments, which will happen on October 3rd.
wisconsin.politics  politics 
august 2017
The Looming Decline of the Public Research University
"But university research is in trouble, and so is an economy more dependent on it than many people understand. Federal funding for basic research—more than half of it conducted on university campuses like this one—has effectively declined since 2008, failing to keep pace with inflation. This is before we take into account Trump administration proposals to slash the National Science Foundation (NSF) and National Institutes of Health (NIH) budgets by billions of dollars more.

...The problem is more pronounced at public universities than privates, and especially at public institutions in the Midwest, which have historically conducted some of the nation’s most important research."
research  politics 
august 2017
What do revised U.S. rules mean for human research?
"Following a contentious 5½-year process, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP) released a revised “Common Rule,” which governs federally funded research involving human subjects. The updated rule includes a number of welcome changes for U.S. institutions and researchers, and their scientific collaborators abroad. Annual protocol review by an institutional review board (IRB) is eliminated for many studies that pose minimal risk to participants following initial approval; IRBs no longer need to review and document concordance between grant proposals and study protocols; and, pertinent to research conducted with international collaborators, the rule recognizes that there may be cultural groups or communities for which signing a consent form is not usual. Concerns remain, however, regarding some elements of the revised rule and their implications. With preparations under way in advance of the rule's taking effect on 19 January 2018, and in light of lingering uncertainty, we highlight provisions that will present the greatest challenges to institutions and researchers."
human.research  research  science 
august 2017
Reading List by Adam Serwer
"Books that I have found extremely helpful in understanding where America is now and why"
books  race  racism  us  politics 
august 2017
Distinguishing character assassination from accountability
Links to ~twenty think pieces on how we can hold each other accountable with as much love as we have for a better future.

And the comments are excellent.
july 2017
The Recipe, Or What you don't know about LJ/DW
There's a recipe. It's a recipe for maximally useful-for-engendering-virtual-community-LJ/DW-style. I'm not sure I have it exactly down yet -- this is the alpha version -- but I'm pretty sure that, contrary to a lot of LJ/DW users think, it goes something like this:

Recommended Minimum Weekly Posts by Type:
0.5 diary entry
3 pointers
0.5 bleg
0.25 op ed

"Diary entry" -- any posts the topic of which is you or something you made. Photos from your trips or of your artwork goes here.

"Pointer" -- any post which is a "look at this cool/interesting/upsetting thing I found out on the internet": links, video embeds, reposts of interesting content.

"Bleg" -- a question put to your readership, such as "what computer should I buy?" or "where should I go when I visit Ulan Blaator?" or "what did you think of the ending of the Sopranos?"

"Op ed" -- "Opinion Editorial": original content by you, but not about you, expressing an opinion you have on something. Reviews and fanfic "meta" fit here, as do more standard opinion pieces.

Original creative non-fiction, fiction, poetry, recipes, and other art, as wonderful as they are, are not part of these requirements. They are welcome additions, but have no minimum quantity necessary, and do not count toward this recipe.

Likewise announcements of upcoming events, invitations, offers of stuff, and other coordinative posts are no minimum quantity necessary, and do not count toward this recipe.

So: A minimum of three pointer posts per week. A diary post (no minimum length) every other week. A bleg every other week. And an op ed once every four weeks. If you do this, you will be pumping blood through your little patch of LJ/DW's tissue.
dreamwidth  fandom 
july 2017
Geometry of the Impossible
"I don't think Lily nor James would be very happy if I did his courting for him," Remus said. He saw that Sirius' face was fixed into blank patience, and had a flash of desire to snarl and go for Sirius' throat, because he might at least understand that. "Look. There are comical farces written around your idea, and I'm not terribly keen on having Lily fall for me instead --"
fic  hp 
july 2017
Burden: Wisconsin's retirement system is a competitive advantage

"The Employee Trust Funds (ETF) in the Wisconsin Retirement System (WRS) have been carefully managed by the State of Wisconsin Investment Board for decades. The Board manages a massive portfolio and generates solid returns for the roughly 600,000 current and former employees who take part.

...Bills have been introduced in the state legislature that would raise the retirement age and modify the formula for calculating benefits. Although some adjustments might be recommended by ETF in the future, it seems unnecessary to mess with a system that is working so well. As Gov. Scott Walker has noted, the state of Wisconsin has one of the best-funded, most solvent pension systems in the country."
july 2017
Pope Francis's address to trade union organization
"Labour is the most common form of cooperation that humanity has generated in its history. Every day millions of people cooperate simply by working: educating our children, operating mechanical equipment, dealing with paperwork in an office … Work is a form of civil love: it is not a romantic, nor always an intention love, but it is a true, genuine love, that makes the world live and carry on."
pope.trololo  catholicism  class.issues  social.justice  work 
july 2017
Star Wars: The Clone Wars Chronological Episode Order
" presents an official chronological order of the show’s 121 episodes, as well as the feature film that started it all."
media  star.wars 
june 2017
Captain Awkward: “Social over-commitment: Am I a jerk if I can’t hang out with every nice new person I meet?”
I definitely don't have the same issue as the questioner, rather the opposite, BUT the ideas about scheduling your time, including one night per week entirely devoted to self-care, are something I'd like to refer back to.

Observe for a couple weeks, look @ how you're spending your time, think about how you'd like to spend your time, then schedule it. 
june 2017
[no title]
"Utena asserts herself to be wearing a boy’s uniform, and the rando teacher agrees with her assessment. At the same time this dialogue is happening, in some of the very same shots, the camera shows us actual Ohtori Academy boys, wearing actual Ohtori Academy boys’ uniforms. ... At four minutes and thirty seconds into the first episode of the show, you, the viewer, are presented with a contradiction, and a choice. Whom do you believe? The characters living in the world?

Or your lying eyes?

...The characters of this show cannot be trusted to describe to you what is happening in this show, on even the most basic level. They are all eating so deeply from the trash can of ideology that narrative overrides even basic physical facts for them. And so are we. And that’s why the show can tell you the plain truth right from the start… and just count on you to ignore it."
anime  utena 
june 2017
Why Paramore’s Riot! Rages On 10 Years Later: The Burning Fire of a Great Band
"Perhaps most notably, Riot! roars with the very ferocity most girls are disciplined out of. ...Once the soundtrack to countless mean-girl revenge fantasies, it's been the subject of more critical inspection in recent years, as discerning listeners have taken issue with the song’s internalized misogyny.
...“Misery Business” was a symptom, not the illness. It was the inevitable result of the noxious lies girls are fed about themselves beginning from birth. And sometimes, the only way to get rid of all that venom is to spit it back out.
...Williams learns and grows, but she understands that neither process is linear. She knows that a pristine image is a falsehood, and a story built on falsehood has no punch."
music  paramore 
june 2017
"DuBois’ program is sometimes described as “researcher rehab,” though he does not condone the nickname. The scientists who come to his three-day Professionalism and Integrity workshop have made a mistake: anything from incorrect paperwork for animal experiments to a falsified image, faked data, or plagiarism. Not fireable offenses, but serious enough—or frequent enough—that the researcher’s institution wants a change."
research  academia 
june 2017
100 must-read books about women & religion
"Traditions tend to be patriarchal; we must either conform or make our own way within them. Or must move outside of them. And women, when we claim religious space as our own, have adapted to, or demolished, constraints in awesome ways."

Both fiction & non-fiction.
books  recs  investigate 
june 2017
Official streams for old-school anime Master Post
A huge list of official streams for older anime that you might enjoy.

In addition to sites like Crunchyroll, includes links to YouTube channels of companies like Toei and Funimation, whose titles change over more regularly [and thus the catalog of what is vs isn't available is less static].
june 2017
A Crash Course in the History of Black Science Fiction
This is from a while ago, but a great piece that I want to be able to reference.

"I’ve pulled together an annotated list of 42 black science fiction works that are important to your understanding of its history."
sf/f  fandom  a:shawl  reading  books 
june 2017
Science Needs a Solution for the Temptation of Positive Results
"Scientists are more likely to try to publish positive results than negative ones. They are driven to conduct experiments in such a way as to make it more likely to achieve positive results. They sometimes measure many outcomes and report only the ones that showed bigger results."
research  science 
may 2017
WisCon…is complicated
"I’m a brawler not a fighter (there’s a difference)" is an amazing quote.

More representative of the post as a whole, though:
"The anger you see coming from so many POC at WisCon now is years deep. It might be uncomfortable to hear, might be upsetting but only recently has WisCon been a place where it was safe for many of us to be angry out loud.

...[I]f you’e talking about the anger of POC as unproductive you still aren’t paying attention to how we’re treated when we’re there. The racism & misogyny is less overt but it isn’t gone. The misogynoir in particular isn’t gone. Because white men aren’t the only culprits. Some of this is coming from “feminist” white women who can’t deal with even the tiniest shift in power dynamics."
wiscon  fandom  a:kendall 
may 2017
What Makes Call-Out Culture So Toxic
"Especially in online’s a public performance where people can demonstrate their wit or how pure their politics are.

...How do we hold people to account who are experts at using anti-oppressive language to justify oppressive behaviour?"
may 2017
MG&E Peregrine Falcons
This is a block away from our apartment. This link-page has some heinous infographics and posters, but more importantly a link to a livestream of the nest!
may 2017
Guinea pigs or pioneers? How Puerto Rican women were used to test the birth control pill.
"In the mid-1950s, the first large-scale human trial of the pill was launched in a public housing project in Puerto Rico – and the distrust was immediate."
research  human.research  racism 
may 2017
Some Words of Caution About New Study Finding Voter ID Cost Clinton WI and the Election
"The story is getting picked up by Democrats and left leaning smart people across social media, because it confirms what they already think. But there is reason for considerable caution about this study, which is at odds with what other studies of the effect of Wisconsin’s voter id has found.

...As I’ve said many times, this whole analysis asks the wrong question. The right question is why a state like Wisconsin can burden the right to vote with unnecessary restrictions for no good reason, and for the bad reason of hoping it will suppress Democratic turnout (whether it actually does or not.)"
elections  voting.rights  wisconsin.politics  politics 
may 2017
Nearly 1 In 3 Recent FDA Drug Approvals Followed by Major Safety Actions
"Seventy-one of the 222 drugs approved in the first decade of the millennium were withdrawn, required a “black box” warning on side effects or warranted a safety announcement about new risks to the public, Yale professor Dr. Joseph Ross and his colleagues reported in JAMA on Tuesday.


Given criticism of the FDA’s mostly voluntary system for reporting new drug- and device-related health problems, it’s possible there are more unknown adverse side effects of which neither the FDA nor the general public is aware."
health  research  human.research 
may 2017
 Wisconsin’s Voter-ID Law Suppressed 200,000 Votes in 2016 (Trump Won by 22,748)
A new study shows how voter-ID laws decreased turnout among African-American and Democratic voters.

"[T]he Priorities USA study is consistent with a 2014 study by the Government Accountability Office, which found that strict voter-ID laws in Kansas and Tennessee reduced turnout by 2 percent, enough to swing a close election, with the largest drop-off among newly registered voters, young voters and voters of color.

This study provides more evidence for the claim that voter-ID laws are designed not to stop voter impersonation fraud, which is virtually non-existent, but to make it harder for certain communities to vote.

... “Under the false pretense of combatting voter fraud, Republicans are passing laws that make it more difficult and time-consuming for average citizens to participate in the democratic process.”"
politics  voting.rights  elections  trump  wisconsin.politics 
may 2017
Fan Is a Tool-Using Animal
Talk given by Pinboard guy about how he/fandom collided and made Pinboard work for fans during the move from Delicious.

Should I be re-tagging my bookmarked fic to match prominent tags used by others?!
internet  pinboard  fandom 
may 2017
Top 100 RPGs of All Time
Includes some table-top stuff, but obvs I'm more interested in it for the video games. 
may 2017
Full text of "Coleridge's essays & lectures on Shakespeare : & some other old poets & dramatists"
Wanted to buy this in England / didn't bc of price point/figured I could find it elsewhere. AND I HAVE!
may 2017
‘Black branding’ — how a D.C. neighborhood was marketed to white millennials
"Street crime in moderate doses doesn’t deter white millennials from swarming to take over traditionally black urban neighborhoods. On the contrary, they take pride in moving into an edgy, “authentic” community — and even brag about the violence.


For instance, the young, affluent newcomers tend to take over political and civic organizations and promote their own interests — a phenomenon on display in the recent explosion of bike lanes, dog parks and upscale coffee shops."

Discusses a book published by Derek S. Hyga, but published by an academic press so potentially difficult to obtain.
gentrification  politics  race  racism  class.issues 
may 2017
Drugs That Work In Mice Often Fail In People
NPR article about recent strides to make animal research less homogenized, and also questioning whether/which animals serve as a good stand-on for humans. also acknowledges that all current regulations and laboratories and companies all privilege the use of mice/rats.
research  human.research  science 
april 2017
Doing the Lambeth Walk
There are only three traditional choices for the cashed-up hero after victory. Harry Potter is too young to settle down and provide the wizarding world with a happy ending, and has too acute a sense of humour to spiral downwards into a spectacular flame-out. That leaves a life of good works. Choosing to lead it in Muggle Brixton comes with its own set of challenges, including Malfoys in the biscuit aisle.
hp  fic  blamebrampton  draco/harry 
april 2017
Superbabies Don't Cry
About the illusion of control over all aspects of health, and how it connects the idea of blame/fault with disability and illness.
bodies  disability  health 
april 2017
To Donald Trump, the American city will always be a dystopic, ‘eighties movies’ New York
"At the end of the 20th century, with crime at an unprecedented high, Trump tried to build a fortified castle in New York City. Now that's he's president, could the old future New York of film be upon us?
trump  politics 
march 2017
Patients Lose Sight After Stem Cells Are Injected Into Their Eyes
NYT article, 3/15/17
Researchers listed their study at but didn't think they were FDA-regulated. These people charged subjects payments for the investigational "treatments."
Unclear if IRB approval was obtained. Article refers to "independent" review board, but the i in the acronym stands for "institutional," :p
research  human.research 
march 2017
What Calling Congress Achieves
"For them, as for so many of us, life in the past several weeks has taken a turn for the strange and exhausting. Politically minded citizens who went to work for Congress now find themselves in the situation of airline agents during a Category 4 hurricane: a relatively small cohort with limited resources encounters a huge number of people up in arms."
trump  history 
march 2017
Protest and persist: why giving up hope is not an option
"To know history is to be able to see beyond the present, to remember the past gives you capacity to look forward as well, it’s to see that everything changes and the most dramatic changes are often the most unforeseen."
fightwithtools  politics  trump 
march 2017
Anime Recommendations 6.0
from reddit.
After movie recs, 12 genres w/one "starter" per genre. If formula works for you, scroll to the category & find 12 more.
march 2017
High-definition remasters for PlayStation 3 console
List of games that have been remastered and released on the PlayStation 3.
"These games include the subtitle "Remastered in High Definition" or "HD Collection" on the North American cover."  ps3 
march 2017
House Republicans would let employers demand workers’ genetic test results
"The new bill gets around that landmark law by stating explicitly that GINA and other protections do not apply when genetic tests are part of a “workplace wellness” program."
research  privacy  politics 
march 2017
Worse Than Tuskegee
Seventy years ago, American researchers infected Guatemalans with syphilis and gonorrhea, then left without treating them. Their families are still waiting for help.
research  human.research 
february 2017
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