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Everything You Know About Obesity Is Wrong - The Huffington Post
"Then, as the gathering winds down, Jessica and the other parents divvy up the leftovers. She wraps up burgers or pasta salad or birthday cake, drives her children home and waits for the moment when they are finally in bed. Then, when she’s alone, she eats all the leftovers by herself, in the dark."
11 hours ago
The Dirty Secret of the Global Plan to Avert Climate Disaster | WIRED
" some of most important technological developments toward mitigating climate change have not been eureka-like breakthroughs, but painstaking, incremental engineering success stories, like increasingly low-cost silicon solar panels, which have been around since the 1970s. To make this point, in the company’s early days, he even posted a sign in the office that read “No Science.”" - love this quote - NO SCIENCE feels like IT'S THE BASICS, and NO INNOVATION
geoengineering  climatechange  carboncapture  carbonfixation  beccs  directaircapture  noscience  engineering  process 
15 hours ago
U.S. Is Said to Spare Some Apple Goods From New China Duties - Bloomberg
“The government is expected to release as early as Monday the final list of as much as $200 billion of Chinese products that will be hit with a new 10 percent tariff, according to five people familiar with the matter. A product code that covers Apple Inc.’s Watch and AirPods -- as well as similar smart watches, fitness trackers and other goods made by competitors including Fitbit Inc. -- is not on the list, the two people said.” Come on, spill the product code!
2 days ago
An Oral History of Apple's Infinite Loop | WIRED
Schiller: We’re like, “Steve! Newton customers are picketing! What do you want to do? They’re angry.” And Steve said, “They have every right to be angry. They love Newton. It’s a great product, and we have to kill it, and that’s not fun, so we have to get them coffee and doughnuts and send it down to them and tell them we love them and we’re sorry and we support them.”
3 days ago
Amazon.com: Owning the Future: Short Stories eBook: Neal Asher: Kindle Store
"I have a varied collection of short stories in my files and, of course, the temptation is there to dump them on Kindle, take the money and run. However, though I think some of them are great, some aren’t, and some are profoundly dated. I am aware that there are those out there, who will just buy these without a second thought, so I have to edit, be selective, and I damned well have to show some respect for my readers. Kindle in this respect can be a danger for a known writer, because you can publish any old twaddle and someone will buy it. Time and again, I’ve had fans, upon hearing that I have this and that unpublished in my files, demanding that I publish it at once because surely they’ll love it. No they won’t. A reputation like trust: difficult to build and easy to destroy."
nealasher  publishing  kindle  editing  trust  reputation  shortstories 
6 days ago
Lack of mid level MFers
“the mainframe continues to be the leading and primary system of record on which the world’s economy is run”
6 days ago
Rebrand 2018 | Case studies | Design at Uber
also it's not a rebrand if you're not getting a custom typeface
uber  design  rebrand 
7 days ago
How to log into LambdaMOO
I have an idea (again) for a thing (again)
lambdamoo 
8 days ago
Freaks review: a thrilling science fiction film worth knowing nothing about - The Verge
"One of the upsides of our wired world is that it’s easy to get information. Anyone with a smartphone who wants to know how to gap a spark plug, make 12 different kinds of quiche, avoid traffic on the way to a destination, or charge up a phone can readily find that information in seconds." omg a macgyver reboot where *a completely different person is macgyver each week because they have a smartphone*
macgyver  internet  information  smartphone  knowledge  freaks  movie  review  newsletter 
8 days ago
Civic Tech as a Tween – Cyd Harrell – Medium
You should read this if you work in civic or government technology and want to understand it and how it needs to evolve (and what to do!) for the long-term
government  civictech  technology  govtech  cydharrell  clapclapclap 
8 days ago
Make Office Work More Intelligently for You - Office Support
Office is getting smarter all the time, adding new cloud-enhanced features that can save you time and produce better results. These features help you improve your writing in Word and Outlook, analyze your data in Excel, and deliver dynamic presentations in PowerPoint.
microsoft  office  data  communications  content  intelligent  assistant  privacy  word  outlook  excel  powerpoint 
8 days ago
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