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Why Read the Classics? | by Italo Calvino | The New York Review of Books
Why Read the Classics? , translated by October 9, 1986 Issue Let us begin with a few suggested definitions.1) The classics are the books of which we usually hear people say: “I am rereading…” and never “I am reading…. via Pocket
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Woodturning Big Ugly Burl into Dragon Egg : ArtisanVideos
Burls arent ugly. They have great personalities. This whole video is basically a makeover montage. If only this burl had thought to take off their glasses and let their hair down. via Pocket
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8 days ago by Pheelmore
Full Midi CC Map layout for anyone who needs to repurpose their Ableton Push 2 for other software. : ableton
49Full Midi CC Map layout for anyone who needs to repurpose their Ableton Push 2 for other software. via Pocket
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9 days ago by Pheelmore
Best summer books 2018, as picked by writers and cultural figures – part two | Books | The Guardian
From Pulitzer prize-winners to Penguin classics, poetry anthologies to the latest page-turners, here are the books to take to the beach this summer Illustrations by Leon Edler Maggie O’Farrell I loved Andrew Sean Greer’s Pulitzer prize-winning Less (Little, Brown) and I can’t think of via Pocket
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9 days ago by Pheelmore
55 Recipes for 90-Degree Days - Recipes from NYT Cooking
Prior to receiving The New Essentials of French Cooking for free, please confirm your email address below. via Pocket
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14 days ago by Pheelmore
Subscribe to read | Financial Times
Gain a global perspective on the US and go beyond with curated news and analysis from 600 journalists in 50+ countries covering politics, business, innovation, trends and more. via Pocket
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15 days ago by Pheelmore
jwz: engineering pornography
Date: Wed, 27 Sep 89 10:27 PDT From: "Thomas L. Mc Mahon"
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16 days ago by Pheelmore
Apple Engineers Its Own Downfall With the Macbook Pro Keyboard | iFixit
A titan of tech and industrial innovation has been laid low by a mere speck of dust. Last week, Apple quietly announced that they were extending the warranty on their flagship laptop’s keyboard to four years. via Pocket
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16 days ago by Pheelmore
Wood Cuts & Shrinkage | Canadian Woodworking & Home Improvement
Use of Canadian Woodworking's Website and It's Content This website is presented with the understanding that: The authors, editors and related web personnel are not responsible for the results of any actions taken on the basis of information on this website, nor for any errors or omissions; This via Pocket
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16 days ago by Pheelmore
How China Got Sri Lanka to Cough Up a Port - The New York Times
HAMBANTOTA, Sri Lanka — Every time Sri Lanka’s president, Mahinda Rajapaksa, turned to his Chinese allies for loans and assistance with an ambitious port project, the answer was yes. Yes, though feasibility studies said the port wouldn’t work. via Pocket
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16 days ago by Pheelmore
How Tree Trunks Are Cut to Produce Wood With Different Appearances and Uses | ArchDaily
Save this picture! As wood is one of the most widely-used materials in the world, architects are accustomed to being able to easily obtain sawn wood at a nearby store. via Pocket
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16 days ago by Pheelmore
Ways to think about machine learning — Benedict Evans
We're now four or five years into the current explosion of machine learning, and pretty much everyone has heard of it. via Pocket
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23 days ago by Pheelmore
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"Our mission is to be the most aligned fund for founders at the seed stage. Meaningfully participating in later rounds of fundraising makes it hard to maintain that alignment. via Pocket
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23 days ago by Pheelmore
[1806.02404] Dissolving the Fermi Paradox
Full-text links: Download: (license) Ancillary-file links: 2 blog links (what is this?) Bookmark (what is this?) Title: Dissolving the Fermi Paradox Authors: Anders Sandberg, Eric Drexler, Toby Ord Abstract: The Fermi paradox is the conflict between an expectation of a high via Pocket
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24 days ago by Pheelmore
Simple Homemade Chicken Ramen - Fork Knife Swoon
The Honey’s parents are American ex-pats living abroad in Tokyo, Japan, and while visiting them over the last seven or eight years, he’s collected dozens of favorite eateries throughout the city. via Pocket
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27 days ago by Pheelmore
Inside the Crypto World's Biggest Scandal | WIRED
Breitman was not typically one to overextend himself socially, but he made a “beeline” for McCaffrey, she recalls, when she walked in the door. via Pocket
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28 days ago by Pheelmore
"No Matter How Long You do This it Always Feels New": An Interview with Husalah | Passion of the Weiss
There’s no smoking allowed in Los Feliz’ Griffith Park and the rule is strictly enforced. On a cool afternoon this spring, at a soccer pitch not far from the base of its mountains, a patrolling officer confronts Husalah and his associates for breaking the rules. via Pocket
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29 days ago by Pheelmore
Visiting the Unbuilt Cities of the Past - The Atlantic
It was a bright summer morning in 1940. As Paris emptied of people, a single panic-stricken thought swept through the chaos of the crowds: Il y a péril en la demeure—there is danger in delay. The thief thought so too, though in a different sense. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Beckett And The BBC Radiophonic Workshop – MORNING, COMPUTER
One of my favourite Samuel Beckett pieces is ALL THAT FALL, and, in search of a memory-refresher on a detail of the piece, I found this thing that I don’t think I knew before: Since the journey of the main character is presented psychologically, Beckett asked for natural sounds to be adapted in via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by Pheelmore
AI Nationalism — Ian Hogarth
This presents issues for the US and China and even bigger issues for other countries when it comes to redistributing the gains from automation and reducing inequality. via Pocket
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4 weeks ago by Pheelmore
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I tuned out the Theranos fiasco. WSJ reporter who covered it & wrote book is on this podcast - pretty incredible story of investigative journalism. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by Pheelmore
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This is so good. Thank you @davidchang. "MSG, Korean Food and Cultural Appropriation" https://ift.tt/2HI3mBL … #김치볶음밥 via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by Pheelmore
A bleak day in parliament but Grieve amendment could still prove crucial
It was a depressing spectacle for anyone who hoped parliament might try to stand firm against the government. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by Pheelmore
The Appeal And (Major) Implications Of “Westworld” | Jack Fisher's Official Publishing Blog
When most people think about the future, they imagine all the ways that technology and progress will solve problems and make our lives better. I’ve certainly imagined that. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago by Pheelmore
The Psychology of Money · Collaborative Fund
Let me tell you the story of two investors, neither of whom knew each other, but whose paths crossed in an interesting way. Grace Groner was orphaned at age 12. She never married. She never had kids. She never drove a car. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Opinion | There Are Better Ways to Get Around Town - The New York Times
Mr. Massengale is an architect and urban designer. The debate continues over how to make New York City’s streets less crowded, safer and better for people as well as cars. Some, like Gov. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago by Pheelmore
So I had a videochat with Jihan Wu - Zcash Forum
Last Thursday (5/24) I finally managed to sync up with Jihan Wu for a videochat. We had spoken to each other briefly at LABitConf in Buenos Aires about a year and a half ago, right after Zcash launched, but we hadn’t communicated since then as far as I remember. Here are my notes from our talk. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Raising A Fund? 9 Questions That Help Get You To GP/LP Fit
This post serves a part two of a two part series that samir kaji and I are co-authoring to help VC’s navigate through fundraising cycles and engender better and more relevant relationships with LP’s. Samir’s first post dug into LP emerging venture fund manager preferences. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago by Pheelmore
AI winter is well on its way – Piekniewski's blog
Deep learning has been at the forefront of the so called AI revolution for quite a few years now, and many people had believed that it is the silver bullet that will take us to the world of wonders of technological singularity (general AI). via Pocket
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7 weeks ago by Pheelmore
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So I uh... interviewed @PUSHA_T about creating ‘Daytona,’ running G.O.O.D. Music, taking heat for his team, “Infrared” (of course), and surviving what could be a long hot summer for us all. via Pocket
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7 weeks ago by Pheelmore
The Birth of the New American Aristocracy - The Atlantic
The class divide is already toxic, and is fast becoming unbridgeable. You’re probably part of the problem. For about a week every year in my childhood, I was a member of one of America’s fading aristocracies. via Pocket
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7 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Basic instincts | Science
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7 weeks ago by Pheelmore
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Keep abreast of significant corporate, financial and political developments around the world. Stay informed and spot emerging risks and opportunities with independent global reporting, expert commentary and analysis you can trust. via Pocket
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8 weeks ago by Pheelmore
19 Best Post-Apocalyptic Movies You Should Watch
There’s something strangely alluring to so many people about watching post-apocalyptic movies, much in the same way that there’s such an appeal to checking out abandoned places. via Pocket
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8 weeks ago by Pheelmore
LP survey results: What LP’s are saying about emerging venture manager funds
Follow me @samirkaji for my random, sometimes relevant thoughts on the world of early stage venture and start-ups. via Pocket
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8 weeks ago by Pheelmore
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GAZA is a human rubbish-heap that everyone would rather ignore. Neither Israel, nor Egypt, nor even the Palestinian Authority (PA) wants to take responsibility for it. Sometimes the poison gets out—when, say, rockets or other attacks provoke a fully fledged war. via Pocket
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8 weeks ago by Pheelmore
The Last Days of Time Inc. - The New York Times
It was once an empire. Now it is being sold for parts. Time Inc. began, in 1922, with a simple but revolutionary idea hatched by Henry R. Luce and Briton Hadden. via Pocket
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8 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Gigaom | The Biggest Thing Amazon Got Right: The Platform
Google (NSDQ: GOOG) engineer Steve Yegge was trying to start a robust internal discussion, not post a viral hit, when he published a 4,570-word self-styled rant about what he sees as the company’s greatest flaw to Google+. via Pocket
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8 weeks ago by Pheelmore
How the Enlightenment Ends - The Atlantic
Philosophically, intellectually—in every way—human society is unprepared for the rise of artificial intelligence. Three years ago, at a conference on transatlantic issues, the subject of artificial intelligence appeared on the agenda. via Pocket
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8 weeks ago by Pheelmore
The Eclectic Tastes of Andre Walker - The New York Times
In 1981, the designer launched his first runway collection at a neighborhood nightclub; now, at 52, he’s contemplating his next move. via Pocket
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9 weeks ago by Pheelmore
The world in 2018 – Part Three – Paul Arbair
Mainstream economics seems to have learned little and changed nothing in the last decade, despite the fact that the financial crisis and its aftermath laid bare a number of important issues with its theories and models. via Pocket
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9 weeks ago by Pheelmore
The world in 2018 – Part Two – Paul Arbair
‘The World in 2018’ is a world full of concerns about the future, yet a world that seems to be getting slightly more optimistic about its economic prospects. via Pocket
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9 weeks ago by Pheelmore
The world in 2018 – Part Four – Paul Arbair
In the modern world, our perceptions of reality are largely shaped by economic and financial considerations, and our policy conversations are largely built around intellectual categories and evaluative criteria that pertain to the economics discipline. via Pocket
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9 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Will the World Economy Continue to “Roll Along” in 2018? | Our Finite World
Once upon a time, we worried about oil and other energy. Now, a song from 1930 seems to be appropriate: Today, we have a surplus of oil, which we are trying to use up. That never happened before, or did it? Well, actually, it did, back around 1930. via Pocket
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9 weeks ago by Pheelmore
The world in 2018 – Part One – Paul Arbair
New Year predictions are getting more and more popular. In a world that is growing ever more complex and confusing, we seem to be increasingly eager to get some hints about what lies in the fog just ahead of us. via Pocket
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9 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Energy Return on Energy Invested – Prof. Charles Hall’s Comments | Our Finite World
In my most recent post, Why the Standard Model of Future Energy Supply Doesn’t Work, I made some comments about the calculation of Energy Returned on Energy Invested. Professor Charles Hall sent me the following response to what I said, which he wanted to have published. via Pocket
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9 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Why oil prices can’t rise very high, for very long | Our Finite World
Oil prices are now as high as they have been for three years. At this writing, Brent is $74.14 per barrel and West Texas Intermediate is at $68.76. These prices aren’t really very high, if a person looks at the situation from a longer term point of view than the last three years. via Pocket
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9 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Elon Musk's First Wife Justine Musk Talks Their Messy Divorce
In the late spring of 2008, my wealthy entrepreneurial husband, Elon Musk, the father of my five young sons, filed for divorce. Six weeks later, he texted me to say he was engaged to a gorgeous British actress in her early 20s who had moved to Los Angeles to be with him. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Process and Leverage in Fundraising
In any negotiation, leverage is the pressure that you can bring to bear on the other party to achieve your goals. While leverage is never the only thing that matters, it is a powerful and generally misunderstood tool.1 It is critical to understand when and where to use leverage while fundraising. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by Pheelmore
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Upgrade your inbox and get our Daily Dispatch and Editor's Picks. GEORGE MARSHALL’S name is immortal, for ever attached to the visionary plan for rebuilding Europe that he oversaw as America’s secretary of state in 1947-49. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Opinion | The Man Who Changed the World, Twice - The New York Times
This column is about a man who changed the world, at least twice. I want to focus less on the impact of his work, which is all around us, and more on how he did it, because he’s a model of how you do social change. Stewart Brand was born in Rockford, Ill. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Watching the watchers in Silicon Valley | 1843
Compared with the cold, impenetrable fortresses of Wall Street, tech firms project an image of being more like bouncy castles – approachable and fun. This easy-going reputation, a remnant of Silicon Valley’s early days, is as out-of-date as a typewriter. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Gewalt in der Geburtshilfe: Eine überfällige Debatte - Gesellschaft - Süddeutsche.de
Frauen sprechen neuerdings offen über Gewalt in der Geburtshilfe. Alles hypersensible Mütter? Nein, die Debatte ist überfällig. Es ist eine besondere Gnade des Menschenkörpers, dass er sich an Schmerz nicht erinnert. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Saturday Morning Workshop: How To Build A Folding Stool | Family Handyman
But all practicality aside, this stool is as irresistible as a wooden puzzle. You’ll love the way the stool unfolds—the two halves of the seat glide together as the legs slide apart below. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by Pheelmore
[FoR&AI] The Origins of “Artificial Intelligence” – Rodney Brooks
Past is prologue1. In one interpretation it is that the past has predetermined the sequence which is about to unfold–and so I believe that how we have gotten to where we are in Artificial Intelligence will determine the directions we take next–so it is worth studying that past. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by Pheelmore
I Miss the Sonics | by Shawn Kemp
Nobody believes me when I tell them I’ve pretty much stayed here since 1989. I mean, after I left the Sonics for Cleveland — that was around ’97 — I bounced around a little bit before my career was over. But even when I was playing in Italy, I always kept my house in Seattle. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by Pheelmore
[1804.06557] The Limits and Potentials of Deep Learning for Robotics
Full-text links: Download: (license) Bookmark (what is this?) Title: The Limits and Potentials of Deep Learning for Robotics Authors: Niko Sünderhauf, Oliver Brock, Walter Scheirer, Raia Hadsell, Dieter Fox, Jürgen Leitner, Ben Upcroft, Pieter Abbeel, Wolfram Burgard, Michael M via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by Pheelmore
How to Tell a Story - Smarter living Guides - The New York Times
Before there was history, there was storytelling. It’s essential to our human identity. The stories we tell are how we know who we are. And sharing a tale with an audience can be immensely rewarding. But for novices, it can also be terrifying. Fear of speaking in public is very common. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Does Chinese Venture Capital in Silicon Valley Threaten US Tech Advantage? - MacroPolo
The most consequential bilateral technology relationship in the world has gone sour, with China and the United States lobbing tariffs, slapping procurement bans, and imposing investment restrictions. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by Pheelmore
Intendant der Volksbühne - Chris Dercons Scheitern
In monatelanger Recherche hat ein Team von NDR, rbb und SZ untersucht, wie es zum Scheitern Chris Dercons kam. Ihre Diagnose: Ein überforderter Intendant und eine konfuse Kulturpolitik haben die Berliner Volksbühne gemeinsam ruiniert. Am Donnerstag, 12. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by Pheelmore
The Cult of Luxury: Fashion Companies Are Not the Only Ones Using Marketing to Lure Consumers — The Fashion Law
What sets a company apart from others? Commonly, the most immediate point of distinction for consumers is branding. For Chanel, its double “C” logo conveys a bag’s origin, and with that, an instant sense of Parisian high fashion allure. via Pocket
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12 weeks ago by Pheelmore
How to Stop Eating Sugar - Smarter living Guides - The New York Times
If you’re like most Americans, you eat more sugar than is good for you. But it’s entirely possible to eat less sugar without sacrificing much — if any — of the pleasures of eating. via Pocket
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april 2018 by Pheelmore
How to Pick a Career (That Actually Fits You) - Wait But Why
Hey readers! Quick note before we jump in: This is a post about something I’ve been wanting to write about forever: careers. via Pocket
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april 2018 by Pheelmore
The Plunging Morale of America’s Service Members - The Atlantic
After nearly 17 years of war, service members have seen plenty of patriotic displays but little public debate about why they’re fighting. via Pocket
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april 2018 by Pheelmore
How Syria Came to This - The Atlantic
Seven years of horrific twists and turns in the Syrian Civil War make it hard to remember that it all started with a little graffiti. via Pocket
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april 2018 by Pheelmore
Was There a Civilization On Earth Before Humans? - The Atlantic
It only took five minutes for Gavin Schmidt to out-speculate me. Schmidt is the director of NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (a.k.a. GISS) a world-class climate-science facility. One day last year, I came to GISS with a far-out proposal. via Pocket
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april 2018 by Pheelmore
For the first time, a US president has classified the legal justification for taking publicly acknowledged actions / Boing Boing
It's not uncommon for legal opinions from the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel to be classified; whenever the President wants to do something nefarious -- like authorizing the CIA's program of torture -- he'll get a memo out of the OLC, and then classify the whole thing: the action via Pocket
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april 2018 by Pheelmore
Forbes Welcome
It’s late December and Joseph Edelman is on stage at the rooftop bar at Manhattan’s Dream Downtown hotel. via Pocket
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april 2018 by Pheelmore
James Comey's Memoir Shows How Trump Won - The Atlantic
The former FBI director has a low opinion of the president who fired him, but his disregard for Justice Department rules helped put Trump in the White House to begin with. via Pocket
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april 2018 by Pheelmore
The Web We Lost
Update: A few months after this piece was published, I was invited by Harvard’s Berkman Center to speak about this topic in more detail. Though the final talk is an hour long, it offers much more insight into the topic, and I hope you’ll give it a look. via Pocket
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april 2018 by Pheelmore
Order Plans
To Order plans Click Here to visit The Paulk Homes Store To Learn more -click on the videos below, or visit the store at: https://ift.tt/2Hdn4Jg. via Pocket
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april 2018 by Pheelmore
MF-TC: Multifunction tool cart - Benchworks
The MF-TC is a homemade tool cart, in my workshop i have my sysport workbench and for small job site work i designed the MFTB tool box. But when i started doing larger job site work helping out other woodworkers i noticed something was not right. via Pocket
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april 2018 by Pheelmore
The demise of the nation state | News | The Guardian
After decades of globalisation, our political system has become obsolete – and spasms of resurgent nationalism are a sign of its irreversible decline. By via Pocket
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april 2018 by Pheelmore
The Complete Guide to SAFEs – Josh Ephraim – Medium
SAFE stands for Simple Agreement for Future Equity. It was created by the team at Y Combinator and has been a popular method for investing at the earlier stage of a company. via Pocket
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