Why Publish a Dire Federal Climate Report on Black Friday? - The Atlantic

"Rather, she said, she hoped the report would inform the public: “This isn’t information that’s only for the federal government. This is information that every city needs, every state needs, increasingly every business needs, and every homeowner needs. This is information that every human needs.”

I wondered for a long time about cognitive science:

Could a Neuroscientist Understand a Microprocessor?

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Auch wenn puristische Literaturliebhaber den Trend oberflächlich finden: Bücherfans glauben fest daran, dass auf Instagram arrangierte Buchfotos zum Lesen animieren. Drei junge Bookstagrammer erklären, wieso. www.dw.com/de/bookstagram-der-… #Bookstagram #Instagram #Influencer #SocialMedia #Literatur #Buch

I don't know when will supersede us in routine tasks but this video shows that it will do so in ways unimaginable for us to predict.


Japanese KitKats Are Replacing Plastic Packaging with Origami Paper You Can Turn into Cranes

Such a great idea. Can't wait until there are some nice color patterns.


Trying to commute climate-friendly in by taking bus and but the infrastructure makes it really hard.
First, bus passing me with 'sorry bus full' , then the skytrain platform was so full it had to be closed off.

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Vancouver health system ignored warnings that its wireless paging system transmits sensitive patient data in the clear boingboing.net/2019/09/09/sgt-

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Expect my post freqency to go up now I've installed a command-line Mastodon client and can just whimsically share thoughts with you all without looking away from my main desktop which is full of terminal windows.

Sunsetting Python 2 | Python.org

It is now final. I'm going to miss a bit for being slightly more performant than . But the way I am using Python it is more beneficial to have all the nice new features than stick with the old version.

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#Co-working spaces reflect the new reality of contingent, casual work, and job insecurity.

"As co-working spaces colonise cities, are workers paying the price?"

"As businesses look to save money and space, providers such as WeWork are booming. But co-working is not all it’s cracked up to be "


#coworking #wework #business #realestate #economy #jobs #employment

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Great article about the problem with use and plastic and how developed countries are simply exporting their plastic trash burden to developing countries mainlly in Asia.

Surprising fact: aluminum cans are actually the perfect recyclable material, while plastic is the worst.


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