So many things I can handle now, such as making back of envelope guesses about AQI several hours in the future. Prevailing winds, location of fires, natural barriers, etc.
When the masses pick up a new layer of skills, everything above that on the stack gets unstable. In our household, we've done so many things we never did before, that are now permanent skills. And our instrumentation has evolved to match. Like, we own a pulse oximeter now.
Super super cool. We need more of this.
I made a Siri shortcut that lets you say "Siri, what's overhead", and she tells you what the nearest (uncensored) aircraft is, wherever you are, and who it's registered to. A friend says it's like having a superpower. https://twitter.com/lemonodor/status/1238149529469202433
Saturday morning musings on the role of information asymmetries in maintaining civilizational power inequities, and how breaching those imbalances leads to a fundamental redistribution of wealth and power.
Finally, @email@example.com has written the @firstname.lastname@example.org book I’ve wanted for years. https://www.dynamodbbook.com/
This is pretty much my scenario planning frame, for the next year, including the effects on the pandemic for each outcome. In addition to all the other impacts, a Biden landslide will save several 100,000s of lives.
.@email@example.com and a bipartisan group of participants ran "wargames" playing out various electoral outcomes. "The results were pretty intense," he says, predicting "severe electoral contestation" in all outcomes except for a Biden landslide in November. https://bit.ly/2DwHRHq
It shouldn't have taken me an hour to figure out how to reference a cloudwatch log stream.
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