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The Myth of Quality Time
"There’s simply no real substitute for physical presence."
relationship  nytimes  editorial  culture  community  *  article  dkl 
yesterday
The Stars as Viewed from the International Space Station.
Timelapse videos depicting the stars from low earth orbit, as viewed from the International Space Station. Images edited using Adobe Lightroom with some cropping…
video  iss  space  astronomy  cool 
2 days ago
Remarks at the SASE Panel On The Moral Economy of Tech
"But the real world is a stubborn place. It is complex in ways that resist abstraction and modeling."
article  idlewords  technology  modeling  software  surveillance  culture 
2 days ago
Beyond Wi-Fi
A nanocrystal-based material converts blue laser emission to white light for combined illumination and high-speed data communication. (credit: KAUST
article  wireless  communication  technology 
3 days ago
AI Is Here to Help You Write Emails People Will Actually Read
It won't write your email for you, but it'll tell you if you're being boring.
article  wired  ai  email  analysis  linguistics 
5 days ago
Motorola’s Crazy Plan to Reinvent the Phone by Breaking It Into Pieces
Mentions LG G5, calls it a flop, mentions 0 reasons why this phone would be different. But other than that a glowing review.
article  wired  motorola  technology  review 
5 days ago
Why do pull quotes exist on the web?
"Why do pull quotes exist on the web?"
article  dkl  design 
6 days ago
America hasn’t seen a solar eclipse like this since the end of World War I
We are a year out from a total solar eclipse that will cut right across the US
us  article  dkl  astronomy  arstechnica 
7 days ago
Self-Care and the Disappearance of the Adult
"after all, who could be against taking care of yourself?"
article  commentarymag  self-care  culture  editorial  dkl 
11 days ago
America At War
We'll do whatever it takes to preserve our way of life, self-indulgent though it may be.
editorial  war  firstthings  *  culture  dkl  us  bookreview  article 
11 days ago
Walmart’s Out-of-Control Crime Problem Is Driving Police Crazy
Which do you hate more? Walmart the corporation or predictive policing?
article  dkl  editorial  crime  business  bloomberg 
11 days ago
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