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Evan on Twitter: "2 types of techies: Orcs - the hubristic who have forsaken dignity in the name of power. Hate their own animalistic biology, ironically becoming even more animalistic. Elves - the wise who understand tech should match our biology. Integr
2 types of techies:

Orcs - the hubristic who have forsaken dignity in the name of power. Hate their own animalistic biology, ironically becoming even more animalistic.

Elves - the wise who understand tech should match our biology. Integrate with nature and become Gods.
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7 weeks ago by bekishore
"My Experiences with Fukuoka and Low Input Organic Farming" by Narayana Reddy - YouTube
principle is the same ... wo hurting 1) mother earth 2) soil organisms 3) ...

problem ... everyone wants to make quick money with a huge amount

am only 82...

in 4 acres - 900 trees...

happiest moment in life !?
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march 2019 by bekishore
What is Amazon? | Zack's notes
As Claude Harris put it, “I always told the buyers: ‘You’re not negotiating for Walmart, you’re negotiating for your customer. And your customer deserves the best price you can get. Don’t ever feel sorry for a vendor. He knows what he can sell for, and we want his bottom price.’”

Sam Walton was the ‘intelligent designer’ behind the Walmart algorithm: that is, a) “a wide assortment of good quality merchandise”, b) offered “at the lowest possible prices,” c) backed by “guaranteed satisfaction” and “friendly, knowledgeable service,” d) available during “convenient hours” with “free parking” and “a pleasant shopping experience,” e) all within the largest, most convenient possible store size and location permitted by local economics.

And so, as told by former Amazon engineer Steve Yegge, Jeff Bezos issued an edict: 1) All teams will henceforth expose their data and functionality through interfaces, 2) teams must communicate with each other through these interfaces, 3) all interfaces, without exception, must be designed from the ground up to be exposed to developers in the outside world, and 4) anyone who doesn’t do this will be fired.
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march 2019 by bekishore
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