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You could be, but chances are, they aren’t watching your little green dot at all times.‘IT CAN TAKE ON A PANOPTICON EFFECT’: SLACK’S PRESENTEEISM PROBLEM GROWS WITH NO END IN SIGHT FOR REMOTE WORKLUCINDA SOUTHERNAUGUST 28, 2020DIGIDAY
Think of the colors assigned to the dots as coordinates which situate the dice in space.COMPUTER SEARCH SETTLES 90-YEAR-OLD MATH PROBLEMKEVIN HARTNETTAUGUST 19, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
The process works a little like “connect the dots,” in which the software learns how to accurately fill in the missing pieces of information between the data points generated by the scanner.FACEBOOK AND NYU RESEARCHERS DISCOVER A WAY TO SPEED UP MRI SCANSJEREMY KAHNAUGUST 18, 2020FORTUNE
Hover over each of the dots to see how the map shook out in that simulation.HOW WE DESIGNED THE LOOK OF OUR 2020 FORECASTANNA WIEDERKEHR (ANNA.WIEDERKEHR@ABC.COM)AUGUST 13, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Some also offer a chance to explore deeper by switching tabs or hovering on elements like dots or lines.HOW WE DESIGNED THE LOOK OF OUR 2020 FORECASTANNA WIEDERKEHR (ANNA.WIEDERKEHR@ABC.COM)AUGUST 13, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Though Caroline only brought with her a dot of forty thousand francs, she stood for what was better still, immense possibilities.NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
A dot or two, sometimes only one, sometimes as many as five, are thrown in as a rough way of indicating the features.CHILDREN'S WAYSJAMES SULLY
Typical "segmenters" present a ring of rounded segments or spores, each with a small, dot-like chromatin mass.A MANUAL OF CLINICAL DIAGNOSISJAMES CAMPBELL TODD
At three thousand yards a man appears as a mere dot, which is not readily distinguishable.OUTLINES OF THE EARTH'S HISTORYNATHANIEL SOUTHGATE SHALER
All the way the scenery is pretty, but with no very striking features, and villas dot the roadside for a considerable distance.THE PORTSMOUTH ROAD AND ITS TRIBUTARIESCHARLES G. HARPER


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