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Tim O’Reilly: ‘Generosity is the thing that is at the beginning of prosperity’ | Technology | The Guardian

Tim O’Reilly: ‘Generosity is the thing that is at the beginning of prosperity’ [via]

People power, not robots, will overcome humanity’s challenges

Punchy stuff from @timoreilly in @FT on why humans will always have work …[via]

Prince’s Paisley Park estate is looking for an archivist | Dazed

@MiaSteinberg [via]

Frederica Wilson 2015 video shows John Kelly got it wrong - Sun Sentinel

Breaking: Video of Miami ceremony shows John Kelly lied about Rep. Wilson's comments. [via]

Wolf Puppies Are Adorable. Then Comes the Call of the Wild. - The New York Times

🐺 "No matter how you raise a wolf, you can’t turn it into a dog" (@nytimes)[via]

Tech workers worry about age discrimination at age 40: Study | Ladders

Tech workers worry about age discrimination at age 40 [via]

Exclusive: Pentagon Document Contradicts Trump’s Gold Star Claims

Man, what a grotesque thing for Trump to BS about. I've lost the ability to be shocked. …[via]

Recruitment Blog | Career Advisor | Resume Writer | Copywriter | Perth

30 fast and simple job search tips for job seekers [via]

https://remusao.github.io/posts/2017-10-21-few-tips-sqlite-perf.html

Getting the Most Out of Sqlite3 with Python [via]

abseil / C++ Tips of the Week

C++ Tips of the Week [via]

Why Has the E.P.A. Shifted on Toxic Chemicals? An Industry Insider Helps Call the Shots - The New York Times

Why Has the E.P.A. Shifted on Toxic Chemicals? An Industry Insider Helps Call the Shots [via]

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Beating the bookies – how the online sports betting market is rigged [via]

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Worth a read (book too). People power, not robots, will overcome humanity’s challenges via @FT[via]

T. Miller - "They Say" (Button Live) - YouTube

@Tmillerpoetry Here's a video of a prior performance! [via]

Accepting Donations - HeroPress

Nice. @heropress is accepting donations and @topher1kenobe explains why: [via]

O’Reilly Settled New Harassment Claims, Then Fox Renewed His Contract - The New York Times

Bill O’Reilly, you paid off $45m and it’s a lie? To quote you: “This is crap, and you know it.” [via]

John Kelly and the Language of the Military Coup | The New Yorker

No need to belabor this. Do read @mashagessen on Kelly's briefing room performance. Especially YO…[via]

Containers And Chromebooks: The Future Of Chrome OS

More containers on Chrome OS [via]

earth :: a global map of wind, weather, and ocean conditions

(current status) [via]

How Retailers Use Personalized Prices to Test What You’re Willing to Pay

How Retailers Use Personalized Prices to Test What You’re Willing to Pay [via]

How a Quarter of Cow DNA Came From Reptiles - The Atlantic

🐄 “Just a few [jumps] have fundamentally altered the course of our evolution" (@TheAtlantic)[via]

My Interview With a Rohingya Refugee: What Do You Say to a Woman Whose Baby Was Thrown Into a Fire? - The New York Times

My Interview With a Rohingya Refugee: What Do You Say to a Woman Whose Baby Was Thrown Into a Fire? [via]

Nathan | Orlando International Airport (MCO)

MCO ✈️ JFK (@ Orlando International Airport - @mco in Orlando, FL) [via]

Dark chocolate is now a health food. Here’s how that happened. - Vox

🍫 "How in the world could a chocolate bar be convincingly sold as a health food?" (@voxdotcom)[via]

Inside the Moonshot Effort to Finally Figure Out the Brain - MIT Technology Review

🔬 “It’s among the most exciting things happening in neuroscience" (@techreview)[via]

Are the Emoluments Lawsuits Filed Against President Trump Dead? | The New Yorker

Is there still hope that the emoluments lawsuits might topple Trump? @NewYorker [via]

Home Assistant

Home Assistant is an open-source home automation platform running on Python 3 [via]

Traveling Across Japan - The New York Times

(Traveling Across Japan) [via]

Leonardo da Vinci: Master Of Art And Science

The great @iraflatow at @scifri always asks the smartest questions. [via]

Is 5G technology dangerous? Early data shows a slight increase of tumors in male rats exposed to cellphone radiation - LA Times

5G Radiation Dangers (2016) [via]

http://bitsavers.org/pdf/xerox/parc/techReports/SSL-77-2_Teaching_Smalltalk.pdf

Methods for Teaching the Programming Language Smalltalk (1977) [pdf] [via]

What Are We Doing Here? | by Marilynne Robinson | The New York Review of Books

Marilynne Robinson is one of my favorite authors. A great mind and heart, full of wisdom and the gift of sharing it! [via]

College Advice I Wish I’d Taken - The New York Times

College Advice I Wish I’d Taken [via]

Amazon is opening a brick-and-mortar bar in Tokyo, giving us a reason to leave our homes | SoraNews24

(but of course … Amazon has opened a pop-up bar in Ginza) [via]

Zimbabwe | World | Africa | Human Rights Watch

For more @hrw work on Zimbabwe and Mugabe’s brutal unfitness for @WHO Goodwill Ambassador role see …[via]

Exclusive Warren Buffett – A Few Lessons for Investors and Managers | The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

Exclusive Warren Buffett – A Few Lessons for Investors and Managers [via]

Air, Water And Soil Pollution Takes 3 Times As Many Lives As AIDS, TB And Malaria Combined : Goats and Soda : NPR

The extent to which we are blind to the leading cause of early death is worth reflection. [via]

UEFI Programming - First Steps

UEFI Programming – First Steps [via]

Gretchen Rubin

I gave a more personal take on my views of the #wtfeconomy in conversation with @gretchenrubin [via]

New Footage Shows John Kelly Got One Big Thing Wrong In His Remarks About Frederica Wilson

Unearthed footage of a 2015 speech by Rep. Wilson shows John Kelly misrepresented her remarks [via]

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Go @ahnaoreilly! [via]

emacs-utils/defn-readme.md at master · VincentToups/emacs-utils · GitHub

A Guided Tour of Clojure Destructuring Bind in Emacs Lisp (2011) [via]

Oroville Dam: Repair costs nearly double in price to $500 million

Oroville Dam: Cost to repair spillways nearly doubles in price to $500M [via]

GitHub - RaRe-Technologies/bounter: Efficient Counter that uses a limited (bounded) amount of memory regardless of data size.

Bounter: A Python counter that uses limited memory regardless of data size [via]

A reasonably speedy Python ray-tracer

A reasonably speedy Python ray-tracer [via]

Equifax Deserves the Corporate Death Penalty | WIRED

Equifax Deserves the Corporate Death Penalty [via]

The creators of Vine built a trivia show app called HQ

Wow, @hqtrivia feels like the future of game shows. Kind of genius, highly recommended. [via]

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TFW your Lyft driver plays @DMX 🙏🏼 [via]