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Evan Bacon 🥓 Mar 20
Preview Release for Web Support in 💙🔥🥓 Really happy to finally share this! It's still very early in development, but still a ton of fun to play with! 😁
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Nicolas Mar 20
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Nicolas Mar 12
Replying to @sayrer
MDR-7506 headphones are even better once the stock ear pads are replaced with good ones like
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Scott Hechinger Mar 7
For context on Manafort’s 47 months in prison, my client yesterday was offered 36-72 months in prison for stealing $100 worth of quarters from a residential laundry room.
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Bruno Lemos Mar 6
✨ I wrote a thing: How to share code between iOS, Android & Web using , react-native-web and create-react-app together inside a monorepo:
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BBC Newsnight Feb 28
“Theresa May wanted to tighten every single screw she could find on the immigration system” Former Home Office Minister Norman Baker tells that Theresa May "wanted to exclude as many people as possible from the country… including those who were of economic value”
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Nicolas Mar 2
If getting murdered by the police is lawful then change the fucking laws
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Nicolas Mar 1
More fundamentally, US cities are a social and ecological disaster designed for cars and corporations, not humans. Go to other parts of the world and city life can be quite different. Does the US have the courage to reimagine and transform any of its cities in the next decade?
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SAPIENS Feb 27
NEW: Why the Myth of the “Savage Indian” Persists
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Feb 27
“At the end of the day, people here think that their intentions are gonna save them, but the actual decisions you make matter. We’re not gonna get out of this through incrementalism. We need moonshots.”
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Nicolas Feb 26
I tried the Beyond Burger. Smells a bit like cat food before you cook it. But taste and texture is not bad
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DeepMind Feb 26
Since last year, a joint DeepMind and Google project to apply ML to 700 MW of wind power in the central US has so far boosted the value of wind energy by ~20%. Blog post:
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Harvard Biz Review Feb 22
When lazy managers drive away talent
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Harriet Bradley Feb 22
this essentially tells you everything you need to know about the state of our ecosystems...
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Yale Environment 360 Feb 21
Data visualizations from Finland on climate change powerfully put into perspective how extreme the temperature changes expected will be over the next 80 years.
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Brian Merchant Feb 21
Honestly, researching this story flat out shocked me. The lengths that Google, Microsoft, Amazon & other tech companies are going to help the oil industry accelerate the climate crisis—and the profits they're reaping in the process—is astonishing.
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Nicolas Feb 21
Replying to @sayrer
Jack is the ideal CEO. First, we exploit his libertarian ideals and revenue prioritisation to enable our dark money sock puppetry. Next, we accuse Twitter of censoring Conservative speech, he apologies and blames it on liberal Twitter employees. Then, we write the regulations!
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Nicolas Feb 21
Pinterest seems to be the first social network with product leadership that have a nuanced idea of what is and isn't censorship. You don't give the village idiots access to the loudspeaker you installed in every home
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Longreads Feb 21
"...polluted streams, stillborn children and diagnoses of cancer... Though these facts might give us pause in just about any other context, we don’t appear to be too troubled by them when it comes to the smartphone."
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ScotRaptorStudy Feb 20
When gamekeepers call themselves 'the guardians of the countryside', this is what they mean. No wonder then that the tide of public opinion is turning again the shooting industry. Disgusting display of savagery on Yorkshire grouse moor via
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