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Charlie Awbery
Here in the future we need better leaders and better institutions. Pythonista. Analyst at Bismarck. I write about meditation at
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Charlie Awbery 8m
Intermission while bear family trundles past the window
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Hourly Wolves Nov 29
HourlyWolves presents:
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Kye Davies Nov 27
Proud to co-author a state‐of‐the‐art scientific understanding of the as the quintessential ecosystem engineer Covering how beaver impact structure, , , water quality, , humans and
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snav Nov 26
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Charlie Awbery 6h
Yes, Zen is an appealingly nebulous blob
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Charlie Awbery 6h
It was a table napkin not a US napkin :-)
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Charlie Awbery Nov 29
We’re running a foundational series at the Stoa, the next one won’t be til January. It will be about confidence, particularly on building confidence and capacity for functional activity in uncertainty.
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Charlie Awbery Nov 28
Thanks!! Just finished our book group session this morning. Went on for 2.5 hours, always so much to rant about.
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Nathanael May Nov 24
Brussels Sprouts Were Actually Bad: A Thread When I was a kid, Brussels Sprouts were the go-to joke food when people talked about things they hated to eat. 1/
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Javi Ballester Nov 25
Replying to @Meaningness
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Ari Nielsen Nov 23
Replying to @_awbery_
I pin the blame squarely on the skewed incentives created by school assignments with minimum word count.
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Charlie Awbery Nov 23
👇me too. Precision and accuracy are paramount for me. Writing can still be inspired and inspiring without being vague or convoluted. It’s often more so.
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Tom J. Astle Nov 20
Here is your Friday Frog. (Green Bright-Eyed Frog, Boophis viridis, Madagascar)
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Charlie Awbery Nov 20
Eating croissants in France is the cause of many instantaneous enlightenments
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Charlie Awbery Nov 20
Nice
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David R. MacIver Nov 19
Replying to @DRMacIver
But you might find it useful to look at cooking like a programmer (what's really going on here, can we refactor this recipe) or to look at programming like a cook (developing a sense of taste, thinking which "flavours" go well together, mise en place for your environment).
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hungry bosco Nov 20
reading through 's tantra series and holy shit he does not pull punches lmao
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Charlie Awbery Nov 20
Replying to @BDorje @Meaningness
He’s the one, if you ever have an infestation.
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Charlie Awbery Nov 18
Replying to @TylerAlterman
Me too
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Charlie Awbery Nov 18
I was just going to say I think of it as his khatvānga
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