Lawsplainer: Michael Cohen's Attempt To Delay The Stormy Daniels Litigation
"Here, Essential Consultants (supported by Trump) moved the case from California state court to United States District Court for the Central District of California, because Clifford is from Texas, Trump lives in DC, and Essential Consultants is a Delaware company. The notice of removal is here."
"Was that a good idea?"
"No it was not. Conventional wisdom is that federal courts are better for the defense and more likely to enforce arbitration agreements. However, federal judges move faster and abide by deadlines and rules more closely, and are substantially less tolerant of bullshit than state judges. If substantial portions of your defense are premised on bullshit and delay, don't remove to federal court."
a:Ken-White★★★  p:Popehat★★★  d:2018.04.16  w:2500  explainer  law  Donald-Trump  from instapaper
3 days ago
Inside the chessmaster play NBA playoff teams love to run
"Wright undid so many Washington possessions in Game 2 with little slides like that. He was somehow everywhere without ever straying too far from the wrong player. He is the real-life embodiment of Toronto's old algorithmically perfect Ghost Defenders. He won't stunt away from a good shooter in the corner to disrupt a worse one stationed above the break, but he will stunt away from a so-so shooter on the wing toward a better one in the corner. Dude is a walking calculator. He knows time, score, personnel and playbook as well any perimeter defender in the league."
a:Zach-Lowe★★  p:ESPN★★  d:2018.04.19  w:2000  NBA  analysis  strategy  from instapaper
3 days ago
Every House: A Morality Play
"REALTOR: I caution you, potential home buyers, to listen to UP-TO-DATE FURNACE! Although his looks are unremarkable, and he resides in the darkest, dankest corner of EVERY HOUSE, he is wise and helpful.
UP-TO-DATE FURNACE: I will cause you no trouble, and ask only for an occasional inspection.
WOMAN: Boring! Gotta be a vice.
<UP-TO-DATE FURNACE flees, crying.>
REALTOR: O, foolish human! A furnace is the very heart of the house! A virtue most warm!"
a:Shannon-Reed  p:McSweeney's★★★  d:2018.04.10  w:1000  satire  housing  personal-finance  from twitter
4 days ago
Email Sign-Offs Employers Will Fire You For, Especially If You Happen to Be a Woman
"Callie, an esthetician at Pure Day Spa, was fired after signing a request to order more seaweed scrub with 'Sincerely'. 'Sounds like she might be from the 1800s,' bemoaned the spa’s general manager. 'Using such an old-timey sign-off makes me think she’s some sort of time traveler. Or a witch! It’s against spa policy to hire time travelers. And witches. Or, at least it should be. I’ll have Maureen from HR update the handbook. Come to think of it, every time I run into Maureen she asks me about pay equity. I should probably fire her too.'"
a:Valerie-Nies  p:McSweeney's★★★  d:2018.03.28  w:500  satire  work  gender  email  from twitter
4 days ago
There's a simple reason companies are becoming more publicly left-wing on social issues
"Think about who companies most want to advertise to: people who have a lot of disposable income and aren't too old. This advertiser preference is why television ratings are reported in terms of adults 25 to 54 (or sometimes even 18 to 49) and it's why networks like Bravo tout their unusually upscale viewer base to prospective advertisers. Appealing to senior citizens is a good way to win an election, but it's not a good way to sell most consumer products and services."
a:Josh-Barro  p:Business-Insider★  d:2018.03.01  w:500  business  politics  Donald-Trump 
5 days ago
Heat toothless in Philadelphia? Tyler Johnson (again) has his own story
"'We don't know what to do with him,' coach Erik Spoelstra quipped after recent dental disasters for Johnson and fellow backcourt partner Goran Dragic. 'Goran had his teeth fall out last week, again, and like a responsible professional, he went the next day to get it taken care of.'"
a:Ira-Winderman  p:Sun-Sentinel  d:2018.04.16  w:500  NBA  from iphone
6 days ago
Stop fucking driving your car at people
"I don’t care how nice you are out of your car, how caring, how altruistic, how thoughtful; when you do this, when you creep towards a vulnerable road user–especially young children–you’re being an asshole."
a:Jonathan-McLeod  p:Steps-from-the-Canal  d:2018.03.14  w:500  manifesto  driving  walking  children  from twitter
7 days ago
A letter of the alphabet we can read but not write? It's a 'g' thing
"We think that if we look at something enough, especially if we have to pay attention to its shape as we do during reading, then we would know what it looks like. But our results suggest that's not always the case."
a:Jill-Rosen  p:Johns-Hopkins-University/Hub  d:2018.04.03  w:500  typography  reading  from twitter
7 days ago
NBA B-Sides Awards: The MVPs of everything that wasn’t basketball
"Kuzma to Buddy Hield: 'You better guard me, because if he guards me, it’s barbecue chicken.'"
a:Whitney-Medworth  p:SB-Nation★★  d:2018.04.13  w:1500  NBA  fashion  from instapaper
7 days ago
Brites of Spring: The D.C. Area's Best Warm-Weather Beers
"This beer is a complete departure from the current understanding of the style, but all of these 'farmhouse' beers are so open to interpretation and infinite variations. That’s why I can slap 'farmhouse' on any beer that we brew – because it doesn’t really mean anything. We’re not a farm."
a:Philip-Runco★★  p:BrightestYoungThings★  d:2018.04.12  w:6000  beer  naming  from instapaper
7 days ago
Introducing the Hot-Funny Guy Matrix
"Rudd is at the center of this matrix not just on the strength of his long and prolific career in the field of funny hotness, but because he would still be funny even if he weren’t hot—his humor is not a commentary on his looks, but rather an independent quality that happens to coexist with them. He is self-aware enough to know what’s funny about himself—he’s successfully involved with the Apatow, Ferrell/McKay, Poehler, and Wain/Showalter cliques—while also projecting the guilelessness that many male screenwriters seem to find appealing in fictional women: a perceived lack of awareness about what a stone cold fox he is."
a:Anna-Peele  p:GQ★★  d:2018.04.12  w:1000  celebrities  comedy  from instapaper
7 days ago
Sister of Korean ‘Nut Rage’ Heiress Accused of Throwing Her Own Tantrum
"Cho Hyun-ah’s conduct made her a lightning rod for South Koreans who feel that leaders of the country’s family-run business conglomerates, or chaebol, which dominate the economy, act as if they are above the law. Chaebol families have been repeatedly entangled in corruption scandals and sibling feuds. In the latest incident, Cho Hyun-min, who now oversees marketing at the airline, was accused in news reports of throwing a cup of water at an executive for an advertising company during a meeting last month. The incident was cited as an example of what South Koreans call 'gapjil' — the abuse of underlings and subcontractors by executives who behave like feudal lords."
a:Choe-Sang-Hun  p:The-New-York-Times★★  d:2018.04.13  w:500  South-Korea  business  from instapaper
7 days ago
This Bucks superfan who dresses up like Milhouse is on a quest to make an NBA playoff appearance
"So, let’s assume you raise the money for the playoffs — what are your Milhouse plans?"
"Get these yellow buns in a floor seat, support the Bucks and entertain some people."
a:James-Dator  a:Ryan-Fox  p:SB-Nation★★  d:2018.04.11  w:1000  interview  NBA  The-Simpsons  from instapaper
8 days ago
Why the F.B.I. Raid Is Perilous for Michael Cohen — and Trump
"It’s significant that Mr. Mueller sent this matter to the federal attorney’s office in New York for it to pursue. Mr. Mueller is empowered to investigate both alleged coordination between Russia and the Trump campaign and any matters 'that arose or may arise directly from the investigation'. Mr. Mueller’s referral of the Stormy Daniels matter to New York suggests he believes it is outside that scope of his investigation. Perhaps it arose from press coverage of Ms. Daniels’s incendiary claims and from the bumbling and inconsistent public responses of Mr. Cohen and President Trump. In other words, this could be an own goal by the president and Mr. Cohen."
a:Ken-White★★★  p:The-New-York-Times★★  d:2018.04.10  w:1000  Donald-Trump  law-enforcement  law  from iphone
8 days ago
Here's How A Few People Knew The Strongest Earthquake In Years Was About To Hit LA
"Though widespread earthquake warnings for the public are inching closer to reality, there are still numerous obstacles for the system to overcome. Elizabeth Cochran, a USGS seismologist, said one of the biggest concerns is that the federal system used to deliver alerts for other disasters may not be fast enough to carry earthquake warnings, when every second counts. 'That’s a big unknown right now,' Cochran said. 'That's one of the things we’re working on right now, is understanding the latency.'"
a:Jim-Dalrymple-II  p:BuzzFeed★★  d:2018.04.05  w:1000  disaster  from instapaper
9 days ago
Credit Card Signatures Are About to Become Extinct in the U.S.
"Investigators scrutinized signed credit slips to determine whether cardholders were present when transactions were made. Signatures were required on all purchases; merchants that failed to collect them generally had to absorb the losses if transactions were disputed. Retailers could also be held liable if they failed to notice that the signature on a receipt did not match the one on the back of the customer’s card. Then online shopping took off, forcing card issuers to come up with new ways to detect and adjudicate fraud. As their forensic systems improved, signatures became a relic."
a:Stacy-Cowley  p:The-New-York-Times★★  d:2018.04.08  w:1000  retail  personal-finance  from instapaper
9 days ago
Life-Threatening Allergic Reactions Rising in Children
"'For a long time we thought we should avoid foods,' Dr. Volerman said. 'The guidelines now reflect that we should be exposing children to peanuts early. It could lower the chances of your child developing an allergy.' But for children who do have allergies, parents and teachers — and the children themselves — need to be vigilant and quick to act when it comes to anaphylaxis; this is a diagnosis that is much better to overcall than undercall."
a:Perri-Klass  p:The-New-York-Times★★  d:2018.04.09  w:1500  children  health  food  from instapaper
9 days ago
Paul Ryan Gave Up One Of The Most Powerful Jobs In Politics. It Totally Makes Sense.
"Institutionally, Ryan has supported Trump. There are enough controversies in the Trump administration that the House could hold investigative and oversight hearings 24 hours a day. It hasn’t, in part because Ryan has basically decided that the House will ally itself with a president from his party. But Ryan’s job requires him to consistently either defend or downplay Trump’s behavior. I doubt he loves that."
a:Perry-Bacon-Jr  p:FiveThirtyEight★★  d:2018.04.11  w:1000  politics  Donald-Trump  from instapaper
9 days ago
B/R's Game Of Zones Creators Dish On Show's Origins, Its Evolution And Their Brotherhood
"'I feel pressure that, in the world of medieval basketball, how do you keep pushing things forward? I have this constant, nagging fear — what if people get bored of it or stop liking? Or the novelty wears off?' Adam said. 'I put a lot of pressure on myself to make sure it’s always the best, not that there’s that much competition with basketball/medieval cartoons, but I act as though there are 10 other shows.'"
a:Joe-Lemire  p:SportTechie  d:2018.04.12  w:2000  NBA  Game-of-Thrones  from instapaper
10 days ago
The trolls, tweets, and memes that defined the NBA season
"The rematch of the Tunnel Game at Staples Center between the Rockets and Clippers had a new participant: James Harden, who missed the previous meeting with an injury. The Rockets blew the game open in the first quarter, and it was punctuated by Harden's crossover of Clippers forward Wesley Johnson. Harden looked down at Johnson's prone body after the sick move before measuring a 3-pointer. After the game, Harden admitted he was confused at Johnson's attempt at defense."
p:ESPN★★  d:2018.04  w:2000  NBA  social-media  memes  LeBron-James  Joel-Embiid  from iphone
10 days ago
The Anxiety and Fear of the Toronto Raptors Fan
"Lowe, for his part, believes Raptors fans should alter their collective psyche this time around. 'Be confident in your team,' he said. 'They’ve been the best team in the East all year. Try that on, see how it feels, workshop it for a day.'"
a:Alex-Wong  p:The-New-Yorker★★  d:2018.04.12  w:1000  NBA  from instapaper
10 days ago
James Harden Isn't Playing Around
"Harden is almost 30. He has figured out what he was doing wrong, and he has gotten himself straight. He talks about adult stuff now, like the perils of such a prodigious beard for his bachelor life. 'I get food in this shit all the time,' he says. 'Like, all the time. If it's people that I don't know, I won't eat around 'em. When I'm, like, going on blind dates, I'll wait till I get around people I actually am comfortable around, because then they'll tell me I have stuff in my beard. It kinda comes with it. If you wanna look as good as I do.'"
a:Devin-Gordon  p:GQ★★  d:2018.04.12  w:4500  NBA  fashion  James-Harden  from instapaper
10 days ago
Luka Doncic Is No Darko Milicic
"Traffic slows as we cruise through the center of the city, and some of the pedestrians stare at Doncic's car. He points out a Five Guys, the American fast-food chain. 'It's amazing,' he says. Two summers ago, Doncic spent two weeks in Santa Barbara, California, at P3, a sports science and workout facility that draws many NBA stars. The town reminded him of a Spanish village, he says. On the weekends, he took trips to Los Angeles with his mother and his girlfriend, who had flown in from Slovenia, visiting Hollywood Boulevard, Rodeo Drive (he was impressed by the giant Nike store nearby) and Six Flags. 'LA is amazing for me. I especially like the amazing cars,' he says. 'I was at Venice Beach for ... what was the serial there, Baywatch? And it was amazing.' Aside from that trip, his only exposure to the States has been through American television. After watching all 10 seasons of Friends last summer, he's working his way through How I Met Your Mother and is keen on visiting New York. 'Central Park!' he says. 'Drink coffee!'"
a:Mina-Kimes  p:ESPN★★  d:2018.04.09  w:4500  NBA  from instapaper
11 days ago
What It Means That Trump Is "Only A Subject"
"There's a benefit to knowing you're a target — there's no ambiguity and you can focus on going to the mattresses. It's trickier if you're a subject. Clients — and some lawyers — will clamor to talk to the prosecutors to convince them that they shouldn't be a subject, that they should only be a witness. They see the 'subject' designation as an opportunity to talk their way out of it. But for more cautious federal defense attorneys, the 'subject' classification doesn't change the strategy very much. The client can still become a target at any time. Talking to the government may well provide the information they need to make that decision. Furthermore, talking to the government often generates its own new crimes, as we've seen again and again in Mueller's investigation as defendants have been charged (and in several cases pleaded guilty) to lying to the government. The situation is still one of intense danger, and no experienced defense attorney is relieved to hear their client is 'only a subject'."
a:Ken-White★★★  p:Popehat★★★  d:2018.04.04  w:1000  law-enforcement  Donald-Trump  from iphone
13 days ago
Understanding Kim Jong Un, The World’s Most Enigmatic and Unpredictable Dictator
"A dictator needs to know how to present himself in public, and at this, Kim III already excels. He has a deep voice and is a capable public speaker. 'I have noticed in my viewing of him that he moves well as a politician,' says Bill Richardson. 'He is a lot better than his father. He smiles. Goes and shakes people’s hands.' Daniel Pinkston, a deputy project director for the International Crisis Group, who studies North Korea closely, says, 'I do not like dictatorships, but as far as being a dictator—given that system, and what type of person is needed to manage it, maintain it, and sustain it—he is a great dictator.'"
a:Mark-Bowden  p:Vanity-Fair★★  d:2015.02  w:8500  North-Korea  from twitter
13 days ago
A Gentleman's Guide to the NBA: When NBA Players Agree to Take Plays Off
"To avoid this descent into the mud, many players strike unofficial pacts with their opponents. Possessions are punted, secrets are traded, game plans are passed along. It's not that these players don't care about the outcomes of games. Think of it, instead, as a sort of gentleman's pact between players, one governing action across the NBA. No part of the game presents more opportunity for such handshake agreements than rebounds off free throws. 'Everybody does it,' Celtics big man Greg Monroe said. 'It's just one less play you have to worry about bumping a knee or something like that.'"
a:Yaron-Weitzman  p:Bleacher-Report  d:2018.04.09  w:1000  NBA  strategy  from instapaper
13 days ago
Why Earth's History Appears So Miraculous
"What if, when we looked at our own planet’s past, we saw a similar pattern? After all, there are 100-mile impact craters on our planet’s surface from the past billion years, but no 600-mile craters. But of course, there couldn’t be scars this big. On worlds where such craters exist, there is no one around afterward to ponder them. In a strange way, truly gigantic craters don’t appear on the planet’s surface because we’re here to look for them. Just as the wounds of the returning planes could reflect only the merely survivable, so too for our entire planet’s history. It could be that we’ve been shielded from these existential threats by our very existence. 'Observer selection effects are really the kind of effects where the data you get is going to be dependent, in some sense, on survival, or that you as an observer exist,' Sandberg says. 'Now this gets really interesting and scary when we apply it to our own survival.'"
a:Peter-Brennan  p:The-Atlantic★★  d:2018.03.15  w:5000  history  nature  risk  World-War-II  nuclear-energy  future  from instapaper
14 days ago
Boston Celtics' Marcus Morris opens up on ejection and ref reputation
"Morris then made a promise that he quickly realized won’t be easy to keep. 'I promise I won’t get no techs, unless we’re just getting blatantly cheated.'"
a:Jared-Weiss  p:USA-Today/Celtics-Wire  d:2018.04.07  w:1500  NBA  from iphone
15 days ago
The Most Important Person at a Restaurant? The Hollywood Set Designer
"The design process is similar to Broadway. You work with your collaborator, whether its the director or the restaurant owner. You do sketches, you figure out how people will move through the space, then you install. Basically, a restaurant is a theater preview that’s 360 degrees and includes food. Each night, you see hundreds of scripts acted out in a dining room."
a:Kate-Krader  p:Bloomberg/Bloomberg-Pursuits  d:2018.03.26  w:1000  restaurants  design  Instagram  theater  from instapaper
17 days ago
Kidnapped Royalty Become Pawns in Iran’s Deadly Plot
"Falconry, Abu Mohammed seemed to be saying, is a remedy for the gulf’s oil curse. Training a raptor can be a solitary, obsessive enterprise, enforcing a measure of self-discipline that is often lacking in such men’s lives. There are many hours of patient habituation and repetitious work with glove and lure that form a bond between bird and human: The bird is training you, master falconers like to say. All this elicits passionate, even fanatical devotion. Risks are easily brushed aside. Money — even vast sums of money — seems meaningless. Abu Mohammed told me he was already planning trips to the desert to hunt the houbara again, despite the danger."
a:Robert-F-Worth  p:The-New-York-Times-Magazine★★  d:2018.03.14  w:7000  terrorism  Qatar  Iraq  Iran  Syria  Saudi-Arabia  from instapaper
17 days ago
The 11 Weirdest Stories of This Weird-Ass NBA Season
"Fultz’s recovery process never made sense because the issue never made sense. The rookie said he changed his free throw form because of shoulder soreness, but then GM Bryan Colangelo told the media that Fultz changing his form is what caused the shoulder soreness. Were fluids drained or were they inserted? Did his shot turn into Carly Rae Jepsen at the mound because of the pain or because of the yips? And for the love of the Philadelphia beat reporter’s iPhone storage, WHY WERE THESE VIDEOS TAKEN SO FAR AWAY?"
a:Haley-O'Shaughnessy  p:The-Ringer★★  d:2018.04.04  w:1500  list  NBA  from instapaper
17 days ago
Martin Luther King: how a rebel leader was lost to history
"This week, the US will indulge in an orgy of self-congratulation, selectively misrepresenting King’s life and work, as if rebelling against the American establishment was, in fact, what the establishment has always encouraged. They will cite the 'dream' speech as if it were his only one – and the line about wanting his children to be 'judged not by the colour of their skin but the content of their character' as if it were the only line in it."
a:Gary-Younge  p:The-Guardian★★  d:2018.04.04  w:2500  race  history  from instapaper
17 days ago
Jerry and Marge Go Large
"The corporation itself was nearly weightless. It existed purely on paper, in a series of thick three-ring binders that Jerry kept in his basement, a ream of information about the members, the shares, the amounts wagered on roll-down weeks, the subsequent winnings and losses, the profits and the taxes paid. It was an American company that sold nothing, created nothing, had no inventory, no payroll. Its one and only business was to play the lottery. And business was good."
a:Jason-Fagone  p:HuffPost/Highline  d:2018.03.01  w:11000  gambling  statistics  math  from twitter
18 days ago
Voyager 1 Fires Up Thrusters After 37 Years
"On Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017, Voyager engineers fired up the four TCM thrusters for the first time in 37 years and tested their ability to orient the spacecraft using 10-millisecond pulses. The team waited eagerly as the test results traveled through space, taking 19 hours and 35 minutes to reach an antenna in Goldstone, California, that is part of NASA's Deep Space Network."
p:NASA  d:2017.12.01  w:1000  space  engineering  from instapaper
18 days ago
Revolution Interrupted: Why Has the NBA's Effort to Hire Female Refs Stalled?
"Mark Denesuk—a spokesman for the National Basketball Referees Association (NBRA), the collective bargaining organization for officials—said he was 'not well-versed enough in the career pathways or the development process for NBA officials' to speak to why there weren't more women officiating in the NBA. When asked if the NBRA had ever helped one of the women navigate challenges related to sex or gender discrimination, he said, 'Not to my knowledge,' but added, 'I couldn't speak to that authoritatively.'"
a:Britni-de-la-Cretaz  p:Bleacher-Report  d:2018.04.02  w:2500  NBA  gender  from instapaper
19 days ago
"Abolish ICE," explained
"McElwee doesn’t expect Democrats to start calling for an end to deportations permanently — he describes it as a '30-year' goal. But he does expect to help push the Overton window far enough to the left that the Obama administration’s position, of a fully matured but targeted ICE regime, is seen as the center-right position — and Democrats embrace a new center left."
a:Dara-Lind  p:Vox★★  d:2018.03.19  w:2500  explainer  immigration  Donald-Trump  2020-election  DHS  Democrats  from instapaper
21 days ago
Ken Jennings and John Roderick Are Preserving History for After the Apocalypse
"Ken is famous for it. How do you win that many Jeopardy!s without having an incredible breadth of knowledge? But he defies the stereotype because he has pretty deep knowledge in a lot of silos."
"And that really works well for our format, which is not just a bunch of facts about giraffes or whatever. We really are trying to tell a story to the sentient jellyfish of the future, or whoever they are."
a:Jessica-Voelker  a:Ken-Jennings  a:John-Roderick★★★  p:Seattle-Met  d:2018.03.27  w:500  interview  podcasts  John-Roderick  from twitter
22 days ago
Affirmative Action for Reactionaries
"Williamson doesn’t really represent a 'side'. His ideas — with their combination of laissez-faire capitalism and harsh moralism — are fairly marginal. If they’re going to be defended, they should be defended on their own terms, not as representing an important tendency in our civic life. But on their own terms, they are very hard to defend. Editors can’t escape the fact that, even when they want to broaden the conversation, their choices make a statement about where the parameters of acceptable argument lie. I’d have thought that supporting the execution or mass incarceration of women by the millions would put a writer, even one capable of enjoyably caustic prose, well outside those boundaries. I’d like to hear a serious argument about why it doesn’t."
a:Michelle-Goldberg  p:The-New-York-Times★★  d:2018.03.30  w:1000  Donald-Trump  media  ideas  from instapaper
22 days ago
The University Is Fake. The Laughs Are Real.
"While the original perpetrators were eventually discovered by the N.C.A.A., which gives away tickets only to legitimate schools, a club was formed to keep the Final Four trips alive. The members maintained the university theme — Maguire has a chancellor, an admissions director, a dean of its nonexistent law school and a coach of its nonexistent swim team — and enrollment has swelled to more than 1,000, at least according to the email list. Four trips to the Final Four with Maguire are considered enough to graduate, with a degree in bracketology and a minor in intoxicology."
a:Zach-Schonbrun  p:The-New-York-Times★★  d:2018.03.30  w:1000  basketball  Chicago  from instapaper
22 days ago
The Diet That Might Cure Depression
"Researchers are still figuring out why it’s so beneficial, but a major pathway might be through the gut-brain connection. When people eat a plant-heavy diet, the fiber from the plant matter ferments in the gut and creates short-chain fatty acids, which, in turn, regulate the immune system and influence gene expression in the brain and elsewhere. People who eat fiber have more diverse gut bacteria, and these bacteria make various chemicals that influence our mood."
a:Olga-Khazan  p:The-Atlantic★★  d:2018.03.29  w:1000  depression  nutrition  health  from instapaper
22 days ago
Adversarial patch
"Malicious attackers may not be concerned with the imperceptibility of their attacks. Even if humans are able to notice these patches, they may not understand the intent of the patch and instead view it as a form of art."
a:Adrian-Colyer  p:the-morning-paper  d:2018.03.29  w:500  deep-learning  adversarial-machine-learning  from instapaper
22 days ago
Jose Calderon Is a Pro's Pro
"There are not many players who can really say that one hundred percent, if I don’t play I’m going to smile the same way, my food is going to taste the same way. It’s hard. That’s why he’s special."
a:Holly-MacKenzie  p:VICE/VICE-Sports  d:2018.03.06  w:2000  NBA  Cavs  from instapaper
22 days ago
How proton therapy attacks cancer
"The compact proton therapy system at MedStar Georgetown spins protons in a 15-ton accelerator called a cyclotron and releases them when they reach two-thirds the speed of light. This circular system takes up much less space than other types of proton accelerators, which propel protons through long, linear pathways at facilities the size of football fields. If you visit the treatment room, you’ll notice a loud hum. That’s the cryocooler, which keeps the superconducting magnet at -452 degrees Fahrenheit."
a:Bonnie-Berkowitz  a:Aaron-Steckelberg  p:The-Washington-Post★★  d:2018.03.30  w:1000  medicine  DC  from twitter
22 days ago
Sweetgreen’s Tech-Driven Menu Shakes Up the Fast-Casual Food War
"Sweetgreen also researched a more classic, non-salad chicken parm. 'But our customers are health-conscious; real chicken parm makes them feel guilty. According to our data, our guests have more of a bowl-food mentality,' says Jammet."
a:Kate-Krader  p:Bloomberg/Bloomberg-Pursuits  d:2018.03.29  w:1000  food  health  from twitter
22 days ago
‘When I See Racial Disparities, I See Racism.’ Discussing Race, Gender and Mobility
"Why is racism the only explanation for this phenomenon? Perhaps something happens to black boys while they are growing up that makes them less capable of succeeding in the U.S. economy. For instance, maybe cultural forces cause black boys — but not black girls — to focus on activities that leave them with poorer time management skills than those that boys of other races are developing. So, why do the authors take the easy way out and blame amorphous racism instead of exploring more subtle explanations that do not make the situation seem hopeless?"
"Actually, the easy way out is to say there must be something wrong with these black boys. It is the easy way out that Americans have historically taken in trying to explain racial disparities in our society since the founding of the United States. Either there is something wrong with our policies, or there is something wrong with black boys (or black people). Either the United States is riddled with racist policies or inferior black boys. We have all sorts of evidence of racist policies. Where is the evidence that black boys as a group have 'poorer time management skills' than white boys as a group? Personal observations of individual behavior is not evidence of group behavior. Racist ideas of black inferiority is the easy way out."
a:Ibram-X-Kendi  p:The-New-York-Times/The-Upshot★  d:2018.03.27  race  children  from twitter
24 days ago
What is my dog?
"Embark’s kit comes with a swab. You hold the swab to the inside of your dog’s cheek for a few seconds, which they dislike very much, and then you put it into the sample tube, and then you send it back. They get the results to you in about two months, which is so long."
a:Kelly-Conaboy★★  p:The-Outline  d:2018.03.20  w:2000  dogs  genetics  from twitter
24 days ago
3 lessons from the Jazz’s success after losing Gordon Hayward
"We expected the loss of Hayward to drag down Utah’s offense, but not its defense. The primary statistical reason the Jazz have not fallen off is that their defense remains elite. We should have expected this! The offense has in fact degraded somewhat — from No. 12 last season to No. 16 this year. That drop is relatively minor in the grand scheme of separating mediocre teams from good ones when the defense is this good. This isn’t to say we focus too much on the great offensive players when free agency arrives — they are more rare and individually impactful in most cases. In other words, it is easier and cheaper to find good defense. (Elite defense, like what Gobert and Draymond Green provide, is a different story. *That’s* expensive and rare, especially when combined with useful offensive skills.)"
a:Tom-Ziller★★  p:SB-Nation★★  d:2018.03.28  w:1500  NBA  culture  from instapaper
25 days ago
Long Live the Process
"If you agree that the goal of The Process was not to win a championship, but to increase the probability of acquiring the kind of talent required to win a championship, than you also probably agree that The Process, at least as we knew it, is over. Joel Embiid is a generational talent. So is Ben Simmons. Regardless of what happens with Fultz, we’ve got the kind of foundation you can build something special on. We did what Hinkie set out to do. We’re no longer a team chasing probabilities, we’re a team of possibilities."
a:Jeff-Gonick  p:SB-Nation/Liberty-Ballers  d:2018.03.26  w:1000  NBA  Sam-Hinkie  from instapaper
25 days ago
‘The Trains Are Slower Because They Slowed the Trains Down’
"In August of 2014, after Betheil’s internship had ended, the draft report languished in the organization’s digital innards. But now, more than three years later, the report, which was obtained by the Village Voice along with other internal documents, provides a radically different explanation for the subway’s declining performance than the one that MTA leadership has given the public. The root cause of the subway system’s decay, it turns out, isn’t budget cuts or overcrowding — rather, the collapse of the subway system appears to have been primarily self-inflicted by the authority itself, in response to a single accident two decades ago that set the transit system on a path to disaster."
a:Aaron-Gordon  p:The-Village-Voice  d:2018.03.13  w:3500  NYC  public-transit  from instapaper
27 days ago
The Beer Twins (One Evil) Take Their Feud to Queens
"Because the twins claim they don’t communicate with each other, it’s impossible to know whether their brewery openings are coincidental, acts of one-upmanship or clever public-relations stunts. 'I think it’s nothing more than the fact that there are a lot of breweries coming up in New York,' said Jim Raras Jr., the executive vice president of Mikkeller NYC. 'We happen to be one of them, and they happen to be another one.' (Mikkel does not comment publicly about his brother.) Jeppe, however, called the turn of events 'weird', and questioned his brother’s motivations. 'He doesn’t even live here,' Jeppe said. 'He’s only been here five times.'"
a:Alyson-Krueger  p:The-New-York-Times★★  d:2018.03.21  w:1500  beer  NYC  from twitter
27 days ago
The Russian Liberal’s Dilemma
"In 2012, Mikhail Prokhorov actually came in second in the capital region, pushing Putin below the 50 percent barrier for the first time since 2000. What felt, for a second, like a symbolic little win for the opposition was in fact a disaster: For Putin’s camp, the lesson was that, if even a transparent Kremlin plant like Prokhorov, running the laziest imaginable campaign, could end up consolidating the protest vote, someone like Navalny must never, in any circumstances, be allowed on the ballot."
a:Michael-Idov★★  p:Slate★★  d:2018.03.19  w:1000  Russia  voting  from twitter
28 days ago
Apple Is Secretly Developing Its Own Screens for the First Time
"Creating MicroLED screens is extraordinarily complex. Depending on screen size, they can contain millions of individual pixels. Each has three sub-pixels: red, green and blue LEDs. Each of these tiny LEDs must be individually created and calibrated. Each piece comes from what is known as a 'donor wafer' and then are mass-transferred to the MicroLED screen. Early in the process, Apple bought these wafers from third-party manufacturers like Epistar Corp. and Osram Licht AG but has since begun 'growing' its own LEDs to make in-house donor wafers. The growing process is done inside a clean room at the Santa Clara facility."
a:Mark-Gurman  p:Bloomberg  d:2018.03.19  w:1500  Apple  hardware  iPhone  Apple-Watch  from instapaper
28 days ago
Hope and opposition emerge as Maryland scouts locations for a new Chesapeake Bay Bridge
"Any bridge generally results in an influx of people using it and subsequent development to serve them, said Fred Ducca, a senior researcher at the University of Maryland’s National Center for Smart Growth Research and Education in College Park. Whether those results are positive or negative is a matter of perspective. 'It’s going to encourage more development — do you want that to occur?' he asked. 'It will save people time — do you want that to occur? It will open up the Eastern Shore — do you want that to occur?'"
a:Colin-Campbell  p:The-Washington-Post★★  d:2019.03.19  w:1500  roads  DC  development  from instapaper
28 days ago
Obtaining instant breach transparency with ‘cryptopasswords’
"Because a digitally scarce and anonymous asset (Bitcoin Cash) was stolen, the custodial party (Reddit) was immediately held responsible by its customers, who could instantly verify that their funds were irreversibly stolen. Conversely, the Equifax hack timeline shows that it took Equifax over 2 months to discover that criminals had stolen the Social Security number (a non-digitally-scarce asset) of nearly every American adult, and then another 5 weeks to announce it publicly."
a:Grant-Miller  p:Grant-Miller  d:2018.02.23  w:1000  security  Bitcoin  from instapaper
29 days ago
The Agency Protecting Top Diplomats Trains At Le Diplomate
"Secret Service, on the other hand, isn’t known for similar drills at restaurants. Spokesman Mason Brayman says the federal law enforcement agency almost exclusively uses a training center in Beltsville, but 'Le Diplomate sounds like good training to me.'"
a:Jessica-Sidman★★  p:Washingtonian★★  d:2018.03.22  w:1000  restaurants  security  DC  from instapaper
4 weeks ago
Presentation Skills Considered Harmful
"Open with a question they would very much like an answer for. That's it. Pose a question. You don't have to announce you're going to answer it, just… start. If you're looking for an opening phrase, try something like, 'Imagine you want to…' and then go. Don't hesitate. And whatever you do, do NOT try to 'establish your credibility'. Never try to tell them or sell them on why they should listen to you. If the question is one they want answered, their brain won't let it go. The rest of the presentation is just a steady reveal of the answer."
a:Kathy-Sierra  p:Serious-Pony  d:2013.10.04  w:1500  instructional  user-interface  from instapaper
4 weeks ago
I'm Truth-O, Your New Honest Facebook Assistant!
"While I’ve got you here, would you mind confirming your social security number for me? Facebook already knows it, but I just need you to provide it voluntarily so you don’t freak out when you realize we’ve already figured it out."
a:Bob-Vulfov★★  p:McSweeney's★★★  d:2018.03.22  w:500  satire  Facebook  privacy  transparency  from twitter
4 weeks ago
A Generic First Day of Spring/Summer/Autumn/Winter Conversation
"PERSON 3: I will repeat all of my thoughts and feelings about that last season or this current season. Let’s have a superficial weather-related argument about it. If I say I enjoy the cold please counter by saying you hate it, and when I say I live for the heat please tell me you don’t know how I stand it. We will continue this back and forth until a third party chimes in and derails it with facts.
PERSON 1: I am not here for facts."
a:Kimberly-Harrington  p:McSweeney's★★★  d:2018.03.20  w:500  satire  weather  conversation  from iphone
4 weeks ago
A Message From the CEO [DO NOT PUBLISH]
"(2) We will call [PEOPLE WHO USE OUR PLATFORM AS INTENDED] and ask them if they are behaving themselves. If they say yes, we will ask, 'Are you sure?' and if they say yes again, we will say 'Promise?' This approach is key to maintaining fairness on the platform for all ideas."
p:New-York-Magazine/Select-All  d:2018.03.21  w:500  satire  Facebook  from twitter
4 weeks ago
'Facebook has lost the plot'
"I don’t think they ever had the plot. It’s just taken a long time for public opinion to recognize and react to their institutional sociopathy. Facebook thought no one cared, but what was really going on is that no one (well, very few) realized the extent of what was going on."
a:John-Gruber★★★  p:Daring-Fireball★★★  d:2018.03.20  Facebook  privacy  from twitter
4 weeks ago
Donald Glover Can’t Save You
"'In 2006, when he was twenty-three and still living in an N.Y.U. dorm, he was hired to write for '30 Rock.' Tina Fey said, 'Donald didn’t pitch for Tracy, the way you’d expect. He pitched for Kenneth.' Tracy Jordan was the eccentric African-American star of a sketch-comedy show; Kenneth was the ingenuous white NBC page who, in a nod to Glover’s background, is from Stone Mountain, Georgia. Glover said, 'I did have more in common with Kenneth than with Tracy at that point—I was a wide-eyed kid, eager to please.' After three years, having learned how to punch up scripts and manage writers and actors, he quit. Six days later, he landed the role of Troy, a washed-up jock, on 'Community,' a new NBC sitcom about a gang of misfits who study together at a community college. Dan Harmon, the show’s creator, said, 'By the end of Season 2, I literally was writing scenes that ended ‘and then Donald says something to button the scene.’ I’m a pretty narcissistic guy, so for me to do that I had to know that, one, he was more talented than I was and, two, he was a better person than I was, that he wouldn’t misuse his power over me.'"
a:Tad-Friend  p:The-New-Yorker★★  d:2018.03.05  w:12000  profile  race  television  Girls  marijuana  Community-TV  hip-hop  from instapaper
4 weeks ago
It’s Never Too Early For Gregg Popovich To Call A Timeout
"Popovich’s dedication to precision and his highly choreographed style haven’t always gone over perfectly with his players, of course. Creative playmakers Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili, both of whom figure to reach the Hall of Fame someday, have said it took time for them to adjust to Popovich. But the 69-year-old has never been shy about deviating from established coaching norms — sometimes in ways that aren’t immediately recognizable. In the past, Popovich would call timeouts a minute or two ahead of first-quarter commercial breaks that were scheduled to happen anyway — a practice that allowed him to sit his starters and buy them a little bit of extra rest. He’d then bring those players back much earlier in the second quarter than most opponents would, often allowing the Spurs to dominate second periods as a result. (Something easier to recognize: He isn’t afraid to sub all five of his starters out at once if he’s unhappy with effort or execution.)"
a:Chris-Herring  p:FiveThirtyEight★★  d:2018.03.19  w:1000  NBA  time  strategy  Gregg-Popovich  from instapaper
4 weeks ago
Technological Unemployment: Much More Than You Wanted To Know
"This is a very depressing conclusion. If technology didn’t cause problems, that would be great. If technology made lots of people unemployed, that would be hard to miss, and the government might eventually be willing to subsidize something like a universal basic income. But we won’t get that. We’ll just get people being pushed into worse and worse jobs, in a way that does not inspire widespread sympathy or collective action. The prospect of educational, social, or political intervention remains murky."
a:Scott-Alexander★★★  p:Slate-Star-Codex★★★  d:2018.02.19  w:6500  future  work  artificial-intelligence  technological-singularity  history  manufacturing  from instapaper
4 weeks ago
How LeBron James fixed his back and is on track to play all 82 games
"'It's every day. Around the clock every single day, working on my body," James said. "Either with treatment or working on my body in the weight room. Continuing just to build strength throughout the season when everybody else is kind of tearing down ... not putting too much pounding on my legs when I'm on the court, but being very efficient. I've kind of figured that out in my 15th season.' James is known to personally spend seven figures a year caring for his body, and Raimon is part of that tab. So are personal chefs and masseuses. He also gets private treatments with liquid nitrogen to help reduce inflammation. James' home facilities rival those of professional teams. In his home in Akron, James has a fully outfitted workout gym, hot and cold tubs and a hyperbaric chamber."
a:Brian-Windhorst★★  p:ESPN★★  d:2018.03.19  w:1500  LeBron-James  health  fitness  from instapaper
4 weeks ago
What’s Holding Blacks Back?
"In the grip of this seductive ideology, blacks have made the immobilizing assumption that individual initiative can lead only to failure, with only a few exceptionally gifted or lucky exceptions. Yet many groups have triumphed over similar (or worse) obstacles—including millions of Caribbean and African immigrants in America, from Colin Powell to the thousands of Caribbean children succeeding in precisely the crumbling schools where black American kids fail. Indeed, thinkers such as Thomas Sowell and Stephan and Abigail Thernstrom argue that American blacks could have advanced—and were advancing—even without the civil rights legislation of the sixties and the racial preferences of the seventies, since black unemployment was at an all-time low in the mid-sixties, and the black middle class was already growing fast. But these facts can’t outweigh the almost narcotic pleasure that underdoggism provides a race plagued by self-doubt."
a:John-McWhorter★★  p:City-Journal  d:2001  w:4000  race  education  from instapaper
4 weeks ago
Amid a sea of voices, Vox’s Carlos Maza breaks through
"I do spend a lot of time agonizing over the argument. But once I’m confident about that, let’s throw glitter, let’s make this interesting for people on the Metro where there might be a screaming baby. Let’s keep their attention, and the way I do that is by being as gay as humanly possible."
a:Justin-Ray  p:Columbia-Journalism-Review  d:2018.03.12  w:3500  gay  media  social-media  from twitter
5 weeks ago
Go Big
"Amid this jumble of stimuli, I’ll dust off the notion that my sons should be aware of their Korean heritage. It’s not always clear what that might mean. Eating spicy food? Knowing how to draw the flag, or write their names in a language I’m not even conversant in? At the moment, it only means addressing their father with appropriate reverence. 'From now on, call me "Ed" — I mean "Dad".' 'Hello, Edward Park,' K. says."
a:Ed-Park  p:New-York-Magazine/The-Cut★  d:2018.03.06  w:2500  children  parenting  family  culture  2016-election  from instapaper
5 weeks ago
The Story Behind the Chicago Newspaper That Bought a Bar
"We finally decided, you know what, I’m going to go to bartender school, because a) I’d learn bartending, and b) I’d learn about how you handle tips and taxes and find another angle from which to view the corruptions that might exist. It was a good bartending school; I learned how to make 85 drinks."
a:Andy-Wright  a:Pam-Zekman  a:Zay-N-Smith  a:Jim-Frost  a:Bill-Recktenwald  p:Topic  d:2018.01  w:3500  oral-history  journalism  corruption  Chicago  bars  from twitter
5 weeks ago
How Ken Layne Created a Publishing Oasis in a Desert Town of 8,000 People
"Ken Layne is a well-known kook who believes that the United States government is tracking our movements and communications while being infiltrated by foreign forces and concealing the existence of aliens, and also believes that multiple shadowy forces are propagating disinformation to us as a captive audience, all while we are being mercenarily monetized by international corporations against our will and without any oversight or recourse. Unfortunately, although his views seemed aberrant or insane to many of us over the years, it turns out that he was completely correct all along. So whatever weird or upsetting thing he believes about the business of media and journalism stands a greater than average chance of being not just correct but possibly visionary."
a:Max-Genecov  p:Pacific-Standard★  d:2018.03.05  w:2000  nature  solitude  media  from instapaper
5 weeks ago
The Tipping Equation
"'Their lives and experience of work is shaped by that initial experience,' said Saru Jayaraman, the president of Restaurant Opportunities Centers United, an advocacy group for restaurant workers. 'I’ve had Hollywood actresses, senators, IBM executives, lawyers tell me, "I have been sexually harassed later in my career, but I didn’t do anything about it because it was never as bad as it was when I was a young woman working in restaurants."'"
a:Catrin-Einhorn  a:Rachel-Abrams  p:The-New-York-Times★★  d:2018.03.12  w:3000  restaurants  bars  gender  tipping  work  wages  from twitter
5 weeks ago
Why the PDF Is Secretly the World's Most Important File Format
"Manafort could have readily altered the PDF himself. Had he done so, he would have avoided a key part of the paper trail that may land him in federal prison. He probably even had a PDF editor already on his computer. In the money-laundering business, after all, it seems likely that one would frequently need to assemble pages from multiple PDF files; you need a PDF editor for that. For most of his money-laundering career, Manafort was almost certainly just one or two clicks away from the editor mode."
a:Ernie-Smith  p:VICE/Motherboard★  d:2018.03.05  w:2500  standards  taxes  records  from instapaper
5 weeks ago
Meet the campaign connecting affluent techies with progressive candidates around the country
"Ceglowski isn’t a typical political organizer, and none of the donors I spoke to fit the profile of a dedicated Democratic political donor. Garrett told me that giving to progressive candidates seemed like an obvious thing for him to do since he supported progressive causes, but acknowledged that these eight campaigns were the only ones he’d donated to so far. 'I have no idea what works and why it works. Sometimes money just pours in, sometimes the thing I think will work has no impact at all. I’m completely in the dark about what I’m doing,' says Ceglowski."
a:Sarah-Jeong  p:The-Verge★  d:2018.03.08  w:2500  politics  Democrats  Maciej-Ceglowski  2018-election  voting  from twitter
5 weeks ago
It’s Time to Abolish ICE
"Granted, this position might not fly everywhere in the country. But Hillary Clinton won the 12th district with 83 percent of the vote, and candidates like Patel are trying to shift the Overton window. 'We miss an incredible opportunity when we allow districts like ours to be safe havens for the status quo,' Patel said."
a:Sean-McElwee  p:The-Nation  d:2018.03.09  w:2000  law-enforcement  immigration  DHS  Democrats  from twitter
5 weeks ago
Trump’s Hard-Line Take on Trade Plays Into China’s Hands
"Suddenly we’re discussing possible trade wars between the U.S. and some of its most reliable allies. European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker adopted some of Trump’s bravado in a talk in Germany on March 2. 'We will now impose tariffs on motorcycles, Harley-Davidson, on blue jeans, Levi’s, on bourbon. We can also do stupid. We also have to be this stupid,' the European Union’s highest-ranking official said."
a:Peter-Coy  p:Bloomberg-Businessweek★★  d:2018.03.08  w:1500  international-trade  Donald-Trump  Europe  China  from twitter
5 weeks ago
The Rule of Reason: Inside Charlottesville's Reason Beer
"'The way that I iterate on recipe development, they’re baby steps each time,' the brewer explains. 'I like the method of it. I enjoy taking those steps. It’s relaxing. But it matters. Being iterative matters. The process of development matters. I feel like a lot of breweries are like, "We’ll just throw something together, and if it’s bad then we won’t make it again." That’s not really my approach. I’ve had people in tasting room tell me, "It’s remarkable: All of these beers are really good." I’m like, "Well, I hope so.’ I’ve never really bought the argument of oh, it’s a just a test batch. Well, then dump it out and make something else. Make it better.'"
a:Philip-Runco★★  p:BrightestYoungThings★  d:2018.01.25  w:6500  beer  process  from iphone
5 weeks ago
Playing Video Games With My Son Isn’t What I Thought It Would Be
"In Minecraft, you often need to build a semi-functioning house with working features like a bed and storage, which means I get to see my son’s personal ideas about what 'home' should feel like. Going through these houses, a number of motifs come up again and again: He loves extreme symmetry, varying bands of bright colors, and elaborate lighting comprised of dozens of fixtures. His precise and idiosyncratic tastes are balanced by his fondness for family; he typically incorporates multiple beds and bedrooms, reserved for different family members that he pretends might visit one day."
a:David-Cole  p:New-York-Magazine/The-Cut★  d:2018.03.07  w:1000  parenting  games  architecture  from twitter
5 weeks ago
Year in Review, Beer in Review: 2017 at DCBeer
"Jooce, milkshake, NEIPA is sometimes bad, sometimes fine, and sometimes good. When the Jooce is bad, it's not necessarily the Jooce-specific part that is bad, but it's the easy part to pick on because the beer looks like turbid crap. All that being said, clear IPAs are still good and people should still make those. This has been my take on Jooce."
a:Jacob-Berg  a:  Tony-Budny  a:Nick-Rakowski  a:Paul-Josuns  a:Michael-Stein  a:Greg-Parnas  a:Bill-Debaun  a:Sean-Dalton  a:John-Fleury  a:Bill-Jusino  a:Aaron-Morrissey  p:DCBeer  d:2017.12.29  w:4500  beer  DC  bars  gender  race  from instapaper
5 weeks ago
The LeBron James System
"The LeBron James offensive system works. It is a proven path to success over a large sample of many offensive seasons. Oh, and it works pretty well in the playoffs, too. But getting there is a process and it is a process that can at times be discouraging."
a:Mike-Zavagno  p:SB-Nation/Fear-the-Sword  d:2018.03.15  w:1500  LeBron-James  basketball  Cavs  from instapaper
5 weeks ago
Why Hasn’t Samsung Ditched the Headphone Jack Yet?
"As much as AirPods are better (and cheaper) than standard Bluetooth earbuds, there is seemingly nothing *close* to Lightning EarPods on the market for USB-C. AirPods get all the attention, but Lightning EarPods are even further ahead of their USB-C competition. The proprietary nature of Lightning allowed Apple to make sure it was ready to serve as the wired audio connector for iPhones when Apple wanted it to be. Keep that in mind the next time you wonder why Apple doesn’t drop Lightning for USB-C."
a:John-Gruber★★★  p:Daring-Fireball★★★  d:2018.03.14  w:1000  iPhone  Android  hardware 
5 weeks ago
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