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Igor Levit 7h
Und was macht Corona so mit Euch?
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Open Climate Data 7h
Replying to @JoeriRogelj @MaxCRoser
Still, it would be great to contribute typo corrections etc. which is not yet possible as they acknowledge: "Eventually it'd be great if we could accept pull requests, but we need to migrate away from using Wordpress internally first."
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Open Climate Data 8h
Replying to @JoeriRogelj @MaxCRoser
Great paper on the topic of "infrastructure" software:
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Open Climate Data 8h
Replying to @JoeriRogelj @MaxCRoser
And it's the exact same problem for emissions data sets, simple climate models ...
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Replying to @JoeriRogelj @MaxCRoser
You mean like here? Open Source Sustainability has the exact same problems described ... start here if you're curious:
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Anthony Townsend Mar 27
As someone who has teleworked in various capacities for the better part of 20 years, it occurred to me that a lot of organizations are about to go through a bumpy evolution. Here are what I have experienced as the 4 Stages of Telework. /1
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Gabriella “Biella” Coleman 9h
Who are some fictional characters who practice some degree of self-isolation/ social distancing? I'll start with one of my favorites. Pippi
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Verrückte Geschichte 13h
1918: Die Grippe erreicht Spanien. Weil das Land nicht am 1WK teilnimmt und die Presse nicht zensiert, wird über den Ausbruch berichtet. Nur deshalb geht die Pandemie als "Spanische Grippe" in die Geschichte ein. Tatsächlich traten die 1. nachgewiesenen Fälle in Kansas (USA) auf.
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Max Roser 12h
Some were surprised to hear that it is (and always has been) difficult for us to find funding to build . 👇 I want to explain the situation in a short thread.
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Martin Stendel 16h
Do you know Eunice Foote? She was an American physicist, inventor and women's rights advocate and the first person to measure the greenhouse effect. In 1856, eight years before Tyndall, who usually is credited. As a woman, she was not allowed to present her findings herself.
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Jamie Kenney Mar 27
October 2019: “I can’t believe you actually bought that inflatable unicorn costume; you’re only going to wear it once.” Pandemic 2020:
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Zoe Gardner 17h
Replying to @ZoeJardiniere
Portuguese government has decreed that ALL asylum seekers and ALL undocumented migrants with pending applications for residence are AUTOMATICALLY granted and may access ALL STATE PROVISION including healthcare and benefits. I'm going to faint.
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Kaffeecup 18h
Wer nach einer Woche keine Miete mehr zahlt: - H&M (Gewinn 2019: 1,27 Milliarden €) - Adidas (Gewinn 2019: 2 Milliarden €) Wer weiterhin Miete zahlt: - das Café um die Ecke - die kleine Buchhandlung - der Bäcker - das kleine Theater Einfach genial, wie dieser Markt regelt.
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The Man in Seat 61 19h
More home-working in France as SNCF keeps essential services going...
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Stil in Berlin 21h
Berliners, it’s gonna be a gorgeous day. But know: if we all go out and crowd the parks, stricter enforcement of the rules will come. And they will over proportionally affect underprivileged people. So let’s not.
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David Roberts Mar 27
He was born in 1919, during the Spanish Flu pandemic. He saw world wars, depressions, technological miracles, all of modernity unfold. Then, at 101, amidst a new pandemic, he caught coronavirus... ... but now he's recovered & gone home! What a life.
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Kevin Anderson Mar 27
My first ever seminar when everyone, from speaker, to chair to all those listening & probing, are in different rooms - and once all up & running, not a single glitch in the technology!
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Flightradar24 Mar 26
easyJet, Ryanair, Norwegian, Wizz — now compared to 1 month ago.
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Javier Blas Mar 27
🚨NEGATIVE OIL PRICES🚨In an obscure corner of the American physical oil market, crude prices have turned negative -- producers are actually paying consumers to take away the black stuff | with
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Dan Gardner Mar 26
Please remember: The idea that when disaster strikes people panic and social order collapses is very popular. It is also a myth. A huge research literature shows disaster makes people *more* pro-social. They cooperate. They support each other. They're better than ever. 1/x
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