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Christopher Berry
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Christopher Berry 8h
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Christopher Berry 8h
Good morning sunshine! Happy Tuesday! Big puffy clouds. Enthusiastic birds. Healthy lizards. Feels 22c. Got lucky. Not a single voggy day. I’ve enjoyed southwest Big Island immensely. Recommended for people that like it realer. Have a great day wherever you find yourself!
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Christopher Berry Jan 20
Replying to @cjpberry
Some of you may recognize this specific view. You can see how bright the green pops next to the lavafall. The earthquakes last year knocked a lot of the infrastructure out but the park is still useable and the rangers are in good spirits.
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Christopher Berry Jan 20
Good morning! It feels 22c, overcast skies with a few blues up there. It’s green because it’s been raining, which is unusual and great! You can see this contrast between the green and the black lava. It’s been a treat to see. Have a great day wherever you are!
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Christopher Berry Jan 19
Good morning Big Cloud! Feels 21c. Not too humid. Nice birds. Special thanks to our friends from Salmon Arm for their company yesterday — that was a lot of fun! Have a great day wherever you find yourself today!
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Christopher Berry Jan 18
Replying to @JFAmprimoz
The world is curved :)
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Christopher Berry Jan 18
Good morning sunshine! Happy Saturday! Feels 22c. Little humidity. No vog. Birds are singing. I can hear waves crashing on rock. Have a great Saturday wherever you find yourself!
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Christopher Berry Jan 17
Replying to @amontalenti
IIRC, there was once an entire cable news channel dedicated to headline news. :) I think for the segment of the population that just wants the basics, they read the headline. There has always been that segment, (Since victory steles?), so there’s always been that market.
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Christopher Berry Jan 17
Replying to @AndrewLBeam
Machine readable data really did a number on us in the 60s too. So much of what I experienced in the early 2010s with deep learning was all an echo of those wounds. Thankfully, we aren’t alone. It’s just a lot of material to forget. :/
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Christopher Berry Jan 17
Replying to @AndrewLBeam
Got seriously disturbed by this and started digging. Went all the way back in the lit — back to the bedrock. It’s — uh, dark. We got alienated from causality and bias in the 1920’s and I don’t think we ever recovered. :/
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Christopher Berry Jan 17
Goodnight, Sunshine.
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Christopher Berry Jan 17
Replying to @anilopez
It will require an aweful lot of dialogue over at least four generations. For comparison, it took us two generations to professionalize the civil service, and we still haven’t totally gotten rid of the patronage system.
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Christopher Berry Jan 17
Replying to @anilopez
I wouldn’t say justify because there is no justification. It’s how the hands we were dealt were played. Canada is a massive land of continuous compromise and vestigial tails.
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Christopher Berry Jan 17
Good morning! Happy Thursday! It feels 22c. Still wind. Low humidity. No vog. I can hear at least eight types of birds singing. It sounds like they’re having a good time. Have a great day wherever you are!
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Christopher Berry Jan 17
Thank you!
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Christopher Berry Jan 16
Replying to @usujason
Incredibly blue skies. The whites on the peaks look so very clean. Picture tastes like Halls tablet!
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Christopher Berry Jan 16
Replying to @HRoxby
Also: DAA OneConference in Vegas. Which, if CM still has the LV acct, could be a very strategic trip. :) (I couldn’t make it this year).
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Christopher Berry Jan 16
Replying to @WebInbound
They are very few and far between — There’s some very exciting new breakthroughs in how to model consumer behaviour that I think, when intersected with some of the new tech coming down the pipe, could herald a Golden Age.
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Christopher Berry Jan 16
Replying to @anilopez
I can’t even imagine what a Canadian Revolution would look like. Other than it would it start off pretty passive, then get pretty aggressive, and would end up getting delayed or cancelled by wind and snow.
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Christopher Berry Jan 16
Replying to @anilopez
The concept is so rooted into the country that it’s not just in the shag carpet. The cola is right into the underpading and staining the oak floors underneath. The unthinkable, a Canadian Revolution (!!!), would be required to change it.
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