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April 24 2017

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July 04 2015

When the levee broke, instead of acknowledging errors and working to address them as a community, Europe’s elites — its politicians and civil servants, its bankers and financiers — deflected the blame in the worst possible way. They turned a systemic problem of financial architecture into a dispute between European nations. The brought back the very ghosts their predecessors spent half a century trying to dispell. Shame. Shame. Shame. Shame.
interfluidity » Greece
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June 29 2015

Stephen McMennamy combines photos
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June 28 2015

June 25 2015

The Eiffel Tower at night in the year 1900.
Tags: marvel history
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June 20 2015

If we define “sanity” as going along to get along with what’s “normal” in the society around you, then for most of history the sane thing has been to aid and abet monstrous evil.
It’s not about mental illness: The big lie that always follows mass shootings by white males - Salon.com
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June 14 2015

June 11 2015

Technology does not solve some basic challenges of democracy building, above all, stirring citizens to engage in collective action and the establishment of effective representative institutions.
Why Technology Hasn’t Delivered More Democracy | Foreign Policy
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May 27 2015

To many people, children bring a fundamental joy to the world, and it's hard to understand why it should be replaced with neverending calligraphy practice in spaceships.
Scientists reverse aging in human cell lines and give theory of aging a new life | Hacker News Oh god, this thread... above quote brought much-needed comic relief to all the self-centered, super-dystopian nerd fantasies.

May 15 2015

The Untold Story of Silk Road

Good read.
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May 12 2015

Almost everything that the government has to decide is a conflict between two lots of private interest – that of the politicians and that of the civil servants trying to advance their own careers and improve their own lives.
Antony Jay, writer of Yes Minister
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May 03 2015

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What are the figures? What are the facts? What do people mean when they talk about things? One of my favorite Monty Python sketches.
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May 02 2015

Blake Fall-Conroy's minimum wage machine allows anybody to work for minimum wage. Turning the crank will yield one penny every 4.5 seconds, for $8.00 an hour, or NY state minimum wage (via)
Tags: marvel art
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John Stanmeyer: Signal (Migrants trying to catch an inexpensive phone signal from the neighboring country)
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April 24 2015

No ambitious [project] can afford to ignore the momentous goal of improving levels of emotional maturity [of its participants].
Towards Better Collaboration | The Book of Life
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The cryptocurrency space increasingly feels like a bunch of white libertarian bros sitting around hoping to get rich
Dogecoin Founder Exits Crypto Community Citing 'Toxic' Culture
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April 13 2015

What’s inherently wrong is a company changing its terms of service to screw their users. What’s wrong is a company that sells your data without your consent. What’s wrong is a company that scales back customer service to save a buck, leaving its customers angry and frustrated.

But those things usually have nothing to do with whether you’re paying them or not.

Derek Powazek: Stop saying “If you’re not paying for the product, you are the product.”

April 10 2015

April 09 2015

Sonia’s trying to describe the project to me and find ways to work together, but I keep glancing at my wrist to see extremely unimportant emails fly by.
Apple Watch: the definitive review "New email" notifications must die, in general.
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