Link. I got one for Mojave. Nice.
Link. CO2 support is bigger than Exxon.
Link. In middle-age, men 1.6x women. Get vaccinated.
Link. “Dr. Montgomery and his team also transplanted the pig’s thymus.” Many thanks to the patient and their family who gave permission for this work.
Link. Bezos lied about how bastardly his company behaves. Bit like Cook but more flagrant.
Link. We need home antigen test kits.
Link. Favors treating LDL over 100 earlier in life. Some people have dramatic drops with small statin doses.
Link. Haiti is a warning.
Link. Good overview. Future is likely regular COVID vaccines of different types. Challenge is parsing out side-effects.
Link. One of the odder learnings of the COVID era.
Link. No kidding. There’s no medically credible evidence that cannabis is a good longterm treatment for anything. Cannabis is recreation (with risks) and should be treated that way.
Link. Would love to see a critique of his dismissal of Baumol’s cost disease.
Link. Motorcycle racing?! They probably don’t mean super cross. But otherwise this is not surprising. Horseback riding is THE extreme sport.
Link. I’m sure he received monoclonal antibodies as well.
Link. The 20% who sustain civilization sigh and go back to pushing the rock up the hill.
Link. Too few homes and corporate consolidation makes eviction more efficient. Does not dig into problems with assistance programs.
Link. The COVID boom.
Link. It’s their nature.
Link. For colleges: “dilute the influence of any one ranking system, by adding much more complexity and different facets to the system”. US News must die.
Link. Remember MacUser?
Link. I love his memory ambitions. I love Simplenote because we seem unable to sustain anything more ambitious.
Link. The taxonomy is pretty crude.
Link. “The Senate will vote on the Freedom to Vote Act on Wednesday.”
Link. She will not like the places that are desperate enough to hire her.
Link. Doing the right thing even when it really hurts.
Link. “Quad members collectively outnumber, outgun and surround their adversary.” Australia, India, Japan, US.
Link. There are lots of low probability disasters lurking. The mega-tsunami wasn’t on my radar. (MN safe from that, but not from Yellowstone)
Link. We need to resurrect anthropology. We will have to rename and relaunch because the original flamed out.
Link. Uses Numbers as example. Marvelous reference.
Link. The first First People did not survive.
Link. Details on how China invades and the role of a massive missile attack on Taiwan’s defenses.
Link. Things are getting fixed.
Link. Not a surprise. People with NO known disease.
Link. As long as you have a ready supply of lawyers.
Link. “For Smith, the Palm Beach conservative and Trump ally, sticking it to the mainstream media might actually be a perk of Alden’s strategy.”
Link. COVID related.
Link. I use Siri fairly often and it works for me. It is a long way from the crazy early hype however.
Link. They aren’t scientists or clinicians and they don’t want to hear bad news.
Link. True, though limited impact on lab escape theory. More importantly: we need to invest a lot more into potential natural threats.
Link. It was a long shot, but the coup attempt exposed *many* flaws in America’s institutions and laws.
Link. Rare example of Apple doing the right thing with data.
Link. Thiel is hard core Trumpista. What aspects of Trumpism most appeals to him?
Link. “one for the user in the GUI, AppleEvents, Automator actions, and now Shortcuts actions.”
Link. Government software procurement is historically broken — but much is now outsourced to Google, Amazon, and Microsoft.
Link. Yikes. This is very ugly.
Link. We have a federal government.
Link. We are screwed.
Link. Reassuring. :-). Humor aside, a good review.