I know, I’m a day late…
Author: Oscar Gordon
What this tells me is that academic computer science is still largely ignorant or uninterested in how to create quality software.
Freakonomics does a fair job talking about US Healthcare, give a listen if you can.
Time again for some highlights from the world of technology!
I’m unemployed! Yea! I can write posts! Tech Tuesday
My theory: “Cancel Culture” is (for the most part) elites trolling the masses. What’s my evidence for this? It’s who is setting the narrative.
I’m between quarters, and my last day of work is next week, so I have a wee bit of free time for a long overdue Tech Tuesday!
There is a lot in that conversation to unpack, more than I can do justice with, but one of the key bits is that he separates out any potential personal bigotry or prejudice
Fines and Forfeiture are still the top ways police abuse citizens.
The Nobel for Economics explains a UBI would have to pay out somewhere north of $15K before we’d see a negative impact on the labor force
Tech Tuesday’ normally about exciting new things that work. Today’s is about an exciting situation where new things likely to fail: code.
Law enforcement agencies across the country experienced a wave of retirements and departures, and are struggling to recruit the next generation of police officers
Vegan Spider Silk isn’t the latest character from the Spiderverse, reeking of patchouli & full of self righteousness about your eating habits
So it’s a Ten Shot, but for 2 shows, so I’ll do 5 each. Both Trese and Wish Dragon are on Netflix and just came out this week.
So aside from metals (and organic stuff that can be composted), it doesn’t appear that we have a lot of recycling we can actually do
What happens when a skill dies? The key thing to me is to note that skills don’t die suddenly. There is an inflection point that signals the coming end.
We can probably start junking those gas guzzlers…
There is a discussion regarding the riots this past summer and January 6th’s riot at the Capitol, so I’d thought I’d lay out the argument.
“What’s it like?” Tim Ingalsbee repeated back to me, wearily, when I asked him what it was like to watch California this past week. In 1980, Ingalsbee started working as a wildland firefighter. In...
Neither of those is literally what anyone wants to have happen, but they fit on a protest sign and can be chanted during a march. So what are the details?