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How do police address racial bias in 'call outs' (neighbors being more likely to call the police to report 'suspicious' activity of a minority in a segregated neighborhood)?When I worked as a 9-1-1 operator there was a line of questioning developed to determine the priority of the call. These calls usually originated in a certain part of the city and the person calling usually reported a Black or Latino person acting "suspiciously." Well 9-1-1 operators wanted to catch the bad guys, too. So we would try to determine what the "suspicious" behavior was. Was the person looking into car windows? House windows? Were they walking down the street? They would report a Black or Latino male who was walking down the street or sitting in his car eating lunch. We erred on the safe side and would put out an information only call. Officers are aware of crime trends in the area and if an area has been experiencing a higher number of vehicle or house burglaries, then the information broadcast might be useful to the car that is patrolling that area. One night a woman called from the West side of the city, frantic because she heard a noise on the side of her house. There was a car nearby and we sent on a possible prowler at the location, no suspect description. We told her the police were on the way and to call back if she had a description. She called back. "I have a description!" "Yes Ma'am, is the suspect Black, White, Latino or Asian?" "They're two of them, and... and they are Black!" "What color shirt and pants are they wearing?" "They're both wearing dark clothing! Where are the police! Oh my God!!! They are on the side of my house looking around! Get the police out here now! Hello? Hello?" "Unit at ____ the P/R is on the line. She describes the suspects as two male Blacks wearing dark clothing on the side of the house right now." "Control, that's us. The P/R is describing us. We're two Black officers. We're wearing dark clothing, our uniform. Tell the P/R to open the door and come out and talk to us. The noise she's reporting is a tree branch." The operators had it easy, it's a tougher call for an officer. Err on the side of safety and treat people respectfully and hope that situation turns out okay for everyone. My motto, everyone gets to go home.
Is it important to have an OBC certificate while filling SSC CGL form, or can it be directly introduced while on document verification?No OBC certificate not required at the time of form filling but you have to notice the date mentioned in the notification for the obc certificate will not cross otherwise you considered as general catagory candidate.
How does being raised by clueless parents affect your development? Meaning, parents who have no clue about the importance of SATs, how to apply for college or financial aid, or don't know how to help with homework, etc.I can completely relate to User’s answer, I am also more or less in the same situation, my parents sent me to Australia when I was a teenager for education purposes while they worked their arse off back home, now, my parents back then were typically lower middle class and strict Christian parents.Religion, My parents are both born again Christian and I was born Christian, I was baptised, went to church twice a week, I was indoctrinated to believe in God and to follow his teachings blindly, and after I turned 17 I realised how silly religion is, and became an atheist. Up until now I still struggle with my parents and I have some problems whenever this particular issue is brought up.There was no affection shown in my family, any typical Asian can attest that it’s not very common to see Asian parents show affection to each other or to the kids, I’ve never heard my parents say “I love you”, hug, kiss or hold hands. My parents almost never complimented me on anything, at most it was just “not bad, keep it up” and I never got a Christmas presents from them. This is just a little thing but I realised how this thing affected me as a person.No idea how to help in terms of handling signNowwork, I had to handle all my own signNowwork from school application, applying for my residency, visa, handle my own taxes, etc etc since I was a teenager.Sex education. It’s generally taboo to talk about sex openly in Asian household, my parents never taught me the importance of safe sex, contraception, STDs, etc, now that I think about it, it was quite risky to send their kid to a foreign country with the kid being clueless about sex. But thankfully I was able to learn on my own and not putting myself in a dangerous situation.Dating/marrying someone who’s not from my own race. They never understood this particular issue, they always thought that it’s always simpler and easier to have courtship with a person from a similar culture background, but they just didn’t realise that I involved culturally as well when they sent me abroad, so I wouldn’t say my culture is strictly all Asian. So, when they found out that I’m dating/marrying a white person, they were shocked and we had a bit of a rough patch but we managed to overcome it, and today my parents are very fond of my fiancée, like any other Asian parents, their love to my fiancée can be measured by how much food they are feeding her when we visit them.I was expected to survive on my own. Just like a baby bird being released from the nest for the first time, I was expected to be self reliant, they were not rich, they had to sell lots of things, I was given money for only limited amount of time and I had to support myself for the rest.But these things I’ve mentioned above are trivial, the thing that affected me the most was to see their hard work and support. The first time I ever understood the concept of “you have no idea how to appreciate what you have until you know how hard it is to earn one” was because of my parents, no matter how hard it was for me, they were always being supportive, as long as I was willing to do it wholeheartedly and not stop.Despite all the flaws and how clueless they were, they bent over backwards just to make sure I had something to eat, to make sure I could live another day. And for that, I am infinitely grateful and I wouldn’t change anything from my parents even if I had the chance, for me, they are perfect in every conceivable way.
What's the best contemporary designed sign-up form, in terms of UX, on the internet?Our in-house UX designer holds the Airbnb sign-up form up as an example of excellent UX design.These are his main reasons, which are all aspects that are easily transferrable (and that we always use on our forms!):Social media access - giving people the option to sign up with Google or Facebook allows them to choose an option that suits them (people love to feel in control - it’s the autonomy bias). They are also aware that signing up through social media may be a much speedier process which is always an attraction and, even better for you, it often allows you access to certain parts of their profile and details so can be an excellent source of invaluable data.Progressive disclosure - Instead of displaying the whole form on the first page, Airbnb uses progressive disclosure, only opening up the full form once the user clicks on “Sign up with Email” which keeps things clean, simple and doesn’t intimidate the user as they are being slowly introduced into the sign-up process.Column layout - There is just one column with each field listed one underneath the other. Again, this keeps it really clean and simple with ample space to fill out the fields.Icons used inside the fields - The icons bring a nice design element to it and also just add that extra ease of comprehension - you see the mail icon and you know that’s where your email address goes. The easier to understand quickly, the more likely it is that people will convert (this is because of Cognitive Ease).Password strength validation - This is always a reassuring tool to provide your customers. Security online (or lack thereof) can be a big factor in putting people off following through with a sign-up or purchase and so lending them this helping hand to show them how strong their password is will give a sense of safety and satisfaction.Overall field validation - When a field has been successfully completed, it is highlighted with a green outline to validate this clearly. It’s a nice way of giving the customer a sense of completion and closure for each step and letting them see their progress - this type of positive reinforcement can be useful in encouraging people to see through the sign-up process until the end.Clear indication of errors - Equally, it’s important to clearly notify customers when there is an issue with one of their completed fields. There’s nothing more frustrating than spending time filling out a form only for it to refuse to submit but with no clear identification of where the error is. Make it quick, obvious and easy for them to see and rectify any errors to ensure frustration doesn’t lead to a swift exit.At Convertize, we’ve compiled our neuromarketing and optimisation expertise into a list of 250 tactics - you can check them out here!
What was the shortest interview you’ve had that led to a job offer?The interviewer didn’t even ask my name.Yup, you read that right. I got a job as an Associate Software Engineer in Accenture and the interviewer didn’t even ask my name directly.Date: 14th Sept. 2014.Venue: CGC Chandigarh.It was a joint campus placement drive so there were hundreds (thousands?) of candidates. After the aptitude test on previous day everyone was waiting for their interview. The interviews were taken in a batch of 5 candidates. So in every room there were 5 candidates and 2 interviewers (I guess one was technical and other one an HR). So in my group, there were 4 boys and 1 girl sitting as Boy1, Boy2, Girl, Me and Boy4.Interviewer started from Boy1 asked something about him and some basic technical questions. Then came turn of Boy2 again some basic ‘about me’ questions and some technical questions related to his project.Now comes the Girl’s part. This girl was speaking in an American accent and the interviewer was not quite happy with that. So she told her that your accent is american. The girl replied thank you to which the interviewer said “that was not a compliment”. Everyone laughed. :PNow the interviewer (lady HR) asked the girl about her personality. She said “I am very talkative”.Interviewer: Ok, can you take the interview of him (pointing towards me).Girl: Yes, can I get his resume?Interviewer: No.Girl: Ok. (looking at my face) What’s your name?Me: My name is Abhishek.Girl: Ok, tell me about yourself.Me: *started telling about everything I could and stopped, then at last started talking about my project.*Interviewer: Nothing about the project keep telling about yourself.Me: *Poker face. I mean how much I can tell about myself? **After few seconds*Me: Ok, I love to read and doodle cartoons.Girl: Oh! can you draw mam? (pointing towards the HR).Me: Sure, can I get a pen and a signNow.*got a pen and signNow, sat there and started scribbing looking at the beautiful HR while she began interviewing the next candidate*.After few minutes the 5th candidate’s interview was also over. HR looked at me and I handed her the doodle I made about her.She smiled, I smiled. She signalled to leave.After half an hour or so: I was selected.
How do I get started using Quora?1. Quora works by having the community ask and answer questions. When you want to know more about something, Quora delivers you answers and content from people who know the answer - like real doctors, economists, screenwriters, police officers, and military veterans.Ask questions when you have them. Here is more info on how to get your questions answered: What are some good ways to get people to answer my questions on Quora?Answer questions when you can!2. Use your feed and tell Quora what you're interested in reading.Your feed is filled with stories that interest you. You can view your feed by going to the home page.Build a good feed by following topics and people, and taking actions in feed that tell Quora what you like. For more on this, see: How do I personalize my Quora feed?Topics: When you follow a topic, questions and answers tagged with that topic will appear in your feedPeople. When you follow people, you will see questions and answers posted by these people in your feed.The easiest first step: start by following some topics that you care about and some people who write about them.You can also read some interesting questions and popular answers to get a feel for the site.3. Upvote answers that you think are helpful.When you see a good answer on Quora, upvote it.Your votes help people see good answers and make Quora better.You can learn more here:What are some frequently asked questions for new Quora users?What does a good question on Quora look like?What does a good answer on Quora look like? What does it mean to "be helpful"?
Have you ever taken business trips with a colleague who was totally unprincipled while "on the road?"I was surprised when my straight arrow boss, non-drinker and non-smoker, took out a sample-sized pack of cigarettes at the Denver Airport and started chain-smoking as he sipped his Manhattan at the airport bar. We were headed for a week-long exposition in Toronto and I was chosen to travel with the EVP. A few people had smiled when I told them of the upcoming junket.We stayed in separate rooms, thankfully, but the rest of the time we traveled together. Once we arrived in Toronto, I never again saw him sober after the noon liquid lunch, so we conducted all of our high-level meetings in the morning. He showed up well-scrubbed but red-faced.A drunk is very poor at planning normal tourist events so I was the one buying baseball tickets or getting us to the CN Tower. He was the one slinking off for a smoke or a drink. He was the one who tried to sue a restaurant when his drunken gesticulations caused a server to drop a tray of drinks into his lap as we waited for our meals.Then it ended. We boarded our flight home to the Mountain West and he put away the cigarettes, rejoined me in the non-smoking section of the plane, and drank Diet Coke for the journey back. His wonderful Mormon wife met us at the airport and he handed her the gift I had helped him pick out in Toronto. And we never talked about it again.
What is the best autofill plugin for Chrome?Thanks for A2A Ankit AgrawalAutofill for Chrome by Fillr and LastPass: Free Password Manager these are popularly used extensions for auto fill mainly for login forms, contact page, credit cards data. Don’t use these plugins for all the websites. Use these extensions only for trusted sites.But I will strictly recommend you don’t use auto fill technique in your browser. I know it is boring to type every time to fill any forms and we are lazy and want everything to be automated. But auto filling are prone to phishing attacks. Check out this link.Your Browser's Autofill Data Can Be Phished, Here's How to Stay SafeThere is already built-in auto fill feature in chrome too.Click on Settings->click Show advanced settings .Under "Passwords and forms," check Enable auto fill to fill out web forms in single click. Then click Manage Auto fill settings. You can add name, street, address, credit cards debit cards. You can even uncheck this feature anytime.Chrome’s built in feature is better than using auto fill extensions and plugins. Because extensions are malicious too. So for safer side, either fill the form manually and avoid automated technique, or else you can go with chrome’s built in feature for auto filling forms rather than plugins or extensions. Try this, if you are not ok with chrome’s feature then go for Last Pass only for safe trusted sites.
What are some smart things that lazy people do?Here, found a few pictures on the internet where lazy people show their talent.Note - Credits to the respective photograph owners.Blender cleaning made easyCleaning your blender can be such a hassle. A simple, lazy life hack is to pop some water and a dash of dish soap into the blender and turn it on for a short while. We can see this going wrong if you use too much soap though.Colouring boxDoes your child enjoy drawing and colouring? Are they dangerous with crayons and can't be trusted near walls? Here's your solution, pop them in a cardboard box and let them get on with it.Cookies and milkUnless you're lactose or dairy intolerant, if you have some cookies dunking them in milk (or tea for us Brits) is pretty much mandatory. Doing so though makes unnecessary washing up. Unless, of course, you use the cookie container to hold your drink too. Delicious genius.Lazy smokerSmoking is bad for you and you shouldn't do it. But if you too enjoy a good cigarette, then this lazy chap can help you solve the hassle of dealing with falling ash and mess. A weirdly wonderful cigarette holder/ashtray combination gadget is the answer to all your smoking needs.Walking your humanDogs are great, we love them, but they do need a lot of looking after. This lazy genius has changed things up a bit by making the dog walking him instead. His four-legged friend sure seems to be enjoying it too, win, win!Lazy birdIt's not just people who are lazy apparently, even nature has some lazy clever creatures looking for new and ingenious ways to save energy. As the saying goes, work smarter, not harder. Why fly when you can have someone else do it for you?Masterfully lazy parentingLooking after your kids is such a chore. They're so demanding "Dad, can we play?", "Dad, can I have a snack?, "Dad, Dad, Dad, Dad..." it's endless. But this genius might have the lazy, yet an awesome solution. Tie a string to the kid's swing, grab a beer and keep them entertained from afar with your feet up. Nice and relaxed.Walking the dog is hard workOwning a dog is hard work. They might be man's best friend, but what a hassle it is to have to walk them on a daily basis. This lady has put a golf cart to superb use to ease the misery of the daily chores and give her legs a rest while she gives her pooch some walkies.Let me Google that for youSome people worry about robots and computers taking their jobs. Others embrace tech to make their lives that little bit easier. Let's face it, you'll probably get better results from Google anyway.Technology is heavy and inconvenientTablets are great for watching hilarious prank videos on YouTube, but they're also heavy and inconvenient for long-term watching. A selfie stick, a long pole or some clever workmanship can put an end to that misery.Washing more than just dishesIt turns out the dishwasher isn't just for dishes. Well, it might not have specifically been designed to wash potatoes, but there's no reason you can put it to that use. Just avoid dish soap.A private cinema screeningBinge watching Netflix on your phone is taxing on the arms, but creating your own hands-free cinema screen is easy if you have an empty box, a pair of scissors and a love for arts and crafts.Watching TV in bedBeing lazy and watching TV in bed is great, but having to account for a picture that's incorrectly aligned when you're horizontal can be such a pain. This young chap had the simple yet genius idea of simply popping his television on its side. We're not sure we'd risk that with a modern flatscreen though.Nerf darts and light switchesToo lazy to get up and turn the lights out? No problem. Pop some darts into your trusty Nerf gun and shoot the light switch. Of course, this sort of laziness requires plenty of ammo or a crack shot. Otherwise, you'll end up sleeping with the lights on.Packaging is just so inconvenientModern packaging is a hassle to open. Theft prevention is all well and good until you can't get into the box to use what you bought. This lazy genius just cut out the middleman and plugged the bulb in anyway.When laziness becomes a life hackSometimes being lazy pays off. We all love a good life hack. Anything that makes life easier is a welcome addition to our knowledgebase. Here a simple tip makes DIY a breeze. Instead of measuring and marking where n you need to drill just photocopy the holes, stick the copy on the wall and drill right through.YouTube vs choresThis lazy individual managed to get out of cleaning their room (at least temporarily) by using YouTube videos to replicate the noise of a vacuum cleaner.Laying down is greatWhen you don't have a cardboard box, there's always this option for watching videos on your phone or tablet. We're not sure how comfortable it is, but at least there's no danger of dropping a device on your face.Mondays are hardMondays are hard work. Dragging yourself into work or college after a hard weekend of relaxing can be too much effort for the modern lazy man. We always wondered why monitors rotated in these weird and wonderful ways. Now we know the answer.It still works as intendedAnother case of frustrating packaging or just a clever use of something for its intended purpose? This doorstop is still keeping the door open, so there aren't too many holes we can pick in this lazy person's logic.Getting the most out of your four-legged friendYou have to walk your dog. You have to clean up after them. You have to bring them food. It's only fair every now and then they return the favour. Here, some clever lazy person has added a bottle opener to their dog's collar, now all they need to do is to train Daisy to bring a bottle too.All the comfort of home on the roadWhen you need to go out, but can't quite bring yourself to leave the comfort of your favourite leather recliner, there are always other options. This lazy genius has created a new form of transport using a comfy seat and a scooter. We're not too sure it's road legal, but we don't doubt its comfort.Lessons in parentingParenting is exhausting, there's no doubt about it. Maybe parents like the one pictured here are onto a trick though - why expend important energy on mundane tasks like going out in public when you can use technology to get around?Saving time at HalloweenBuying pumpkins costs money. Carving pumpkins makes a mess. This smarty-pants may well have spent a little of their money on electricity, but they saved time at Halloween. Time that could be much better spent on stuffing sweets or pulling pranks than cutting up a pumpkin that would inevitably rot and be thrown away anyway.Taking notes in classLooks like we're raising a whole generation of lazy people. In the good old days, we had to suffer wrist ache when scrawling pages and pages of notes during lectures. Now the youth just have to remember to bring their phone or tablet to class and make sure they've got a good enough camera to make the "notes" readable.Hands-free telephonyThe lazy tech user doesn't let things like not having the right equipment hold them back. Making hands-free calls without getting a crick in the neck, even with a corded phone, doesn't have to be difficult.Cooking that will blow you awayMicrowave on the fritz? Did takeaway arrive cold? No problem, just set your hairdryer to hot and gently warm your food until it's ready to eat again. We can't say we'd recommend this one for hygiene reasons, plus on too high a setting you may well just blow all your food across the room, but it's ingenious anyway.Fitbit hacksPeople are always finding clever ways to beat the system. We all love a good fitness tracker to help support us on our goals towards weight loss and a healthier lifestyle, but some days you really just don't want to put in those steps. To ease the guilt, this lazy gadget fan simply taped their Fitbit to a desk fan and watched all the steps roll in.Letting the dog take you for a walkWalking the dog is another way to clock up your steps for the day, but letting them loose can give you the edge when it comes to hitting your goals. You're only cheating yourself of course, but if the competition is stiff among friends, why not give yourself the edge on the leaderboard.Daylight savings timeClocks are such a bore. Every year when daylight savings time comes around (or ends) we have to adjust all the clocks to the right time. Such a hassle. Why bother when a simple sign will do.A watched pot might eventually boilThe clever lazy people among us put technology to good use for even the simplest of tasks. Why keep getting up to check on a boiling pot of food when you can use an IP connected camera, baby monitor or even a phone to watch it from afar?The writing's on the wallThis one equally belongs in the "you had one job" category of internet memes. Someone really couldn't be bothered to move this clock once something else had been erected in front of it. A quick and simple solution solved the problem with very little effort though.A smart viewing experienceAlthough we can imagine some initial effort went into setting this up, it was far less hassle than having to cut up a cardboard box and now this kid has a perfect way to view his films with ease.A new use for FaceTimeWe bet when Apple first created FaceTime the developers never thought people would use it to keep an eye on food cooking in their oven. They say the first bite is with the eye. Now you can take that first bite over the internet.A nice relaxing bathBefore there was streaming technology for playing games remotely, there was this guy.Taking a bath and video calling his TV so he could play PlayStation games remotely. You have to admire the sheer brilliance behind this one. Though it makes us a bit nervous to see how close that tablet is balanced to the edge of the bath.Thanks,VibhorYou might also like to read my answers on:What are the most random and ridiculously expensive things celebs have ever bought?Where can I get the latest series of home appliances at discounted rates? I am also looking for deals that can help me in saving more?
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Does OK means zerO killed?Originally Answered: Is it true that 'O.K.' comes from 'zerO Killed', a phrase used by pilotes during WWII after a mission without casualties? In a word, no. It's much older. The current take on OK is that it is a corrupted abbreviation of standard English all correct, via its pronunciation as 'orl korrect'.
What's OK short for?Roger Thomas is correct in that OK is short for oll korrect, but it is not of military origin. It started as a comical abbreviation during a fad in New England in the 1830s. Others were OW (oll wright), KY (know yuse, or no use), and NS ('nuff said).
Is OK or its ok?The right phrase is \u201cthat's OK\u201d instead of \u201cit's OK\u201d which means a polite request. It is a polite way of saying don't do something. Whereas, \u201cit's OK\u201d means \u201cI don't mind you did it or said something\u201d. Like after someone apologises, you say \u201cit's OK\u201d.
Where did the term OK come from?The expression gained popularity soon after when it was used as the name of a political organization, called the O.K. Club. That is, the letters may have originated as an abbreviation for \u201coll korrect,\u201d but in this case the letters stood for the birthplace of President Martin Van Buren\u2014Old Kinderhook, N.Y.
What is OK short for?Roger Thomas is correct in that OK is short for oll korrect, but it is not of military origin. It started as a comical abbreviation during a fad in New England in the 1830s. Others were OW (oll wright), KY (know yuse, or no use), and NS ('nuff said).