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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 4h
Just finished it. It was great.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 18h
Replying to @TimMedin
I’d do Ring, because ecosystem and Amazon’s general night standards for security.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 19h
Replying to @alexstamos
Fixing advertising fixes one, but not the other (the one you're talking about).
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 19h
Replying to @alexstamos
Agreed, but I think there are two separate problems: 1. The one you’re talking about, regarding the perils of 1:1 communication, and 2. The issue of people being basically compelled to broadcast garbage because they cannot make a living otherwise.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 20h
Replying to @jeremiahg
Strongly agree. Let's start with explaining current behavior, rather than postulating about behavior that didn't happen.
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kvangaveti Dec 16
Do Great Minds Come from Lives of Comfort?:
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ttyler9 Dec 16
The internet can’t yet replace the face-to-face communication required for rapid-fire innovation.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ Dec 15
Replying to @torkihobe
I'm not saying it's easy to get, but if the company itself doesn't have the data then who does?
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ Dec 15
Replying to @michaelargast
It’s not wrong to think about the problem, and to imagine that an algorithm might be useful at some point. But we’ll need to be SO careful with such a thing. And in China’s case, the algorithm is specifically designed to encourage compliance with a totalitarian regime.
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Bren Murphy Dec 15
Good advice. It can take hours before they'll be able to play.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ Dec 15
Replying to @treyford
Thanks Trey!
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ Dec 15
Some comments on the cyber-risk rating space.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ Dec 15
Replying to @dakami
Here’s more of what I’m thinking. Very distant right now of course.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ Dec 15
You know that whole trolly problem thing, and how it relates to autonomous cars? I wonder if—once they can—China will make the decision of who lives and dies based on relative social scores. I mean, aren’t they kind of measuring your value to the state?
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ Dec 15
Someone send help. I’m unable to stop watching these guys’ videos.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ Dec 15
Happy to do some mock interviews with you as well for practice.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ Dec 15
Talk about what you’re passionate about. Find a way to steer the convo to something you’re comfortable in. The problem isn’t you—it’s that you’re not relaxed. Take control of the interview long enough to get comfortable. There’s risk in it, but not as much as being nervous.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ Dec 15
Replying to @dakami
To me the main feature is that they’re the beginning of config-file-based infrastructure. Imagine a language that can translate a business requirement into a full tech stack. That’s where we’re heading.
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Coraline Ada Ehmke Dec 14
“For dealing with email overload, I recommend the ‘read mail’ command, with the ‘really fast’ flags: rm -rf <mailbox>” (Shamelessly stolen from my friend Alva over on Mastodon. 🖤 )
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Uri Shalit Dec 13
Replying to @mcleavey
The video is (and I do not use this term lightly) *mind-blowing*
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