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From where Turner sits, he doesn’t mind if the most widely used numbers paint him as static.
MYLES TURNER’S GAME HAS EVOLVED. THE BOX SCORE DOESN’T KNOW IT YET.CHRIS HERRING (CHRIS.HERRING@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)FEBRUARY 10, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
While we are lucky that our vaccines still work against the current variants, we have to keep in mind that in this race between vaccines and variants, the variants aren’t staying static.
There is some overlap in the mutations in the three variants, but they arose independently and, along with other variants under review, provide a vivid reminder that the coronavirus is not a static target for vaccines and the human immune system.
Simple tricks learned over development, such as bringing up static artwork or controlling where the user focused their attention, helped mitigate nausea.
In the case of SEO, the outcomes are either better, worse, or static keyword rankings.
Capsule notes that studies have indicated video click-through rates are two-three times higher than static images and 95% of businesses are reporting an increase in their video spend year-over-year.
Predictably, Samsung is still sticking with the AMOLED edge-to-edge screens with an adaptive screen that goes between 48 and 120 Hz, so it can provide smooth scrolling and game action, but also save battery when you’re looking at static content.
Metrics like full-time equivalent are static and aren’t connected to any sort of campaign performance or business result.
Though these maps serve different functions, one is a static, expensive, unchanging map of the world while the other is dynamic, real-time, and constructed by users themselves.
The downside of manual actions, as mentioned, is that they are static, and not dynamic like algorithms.

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