Link. It’s real here.
Link. The only retro I have found not annoying. Better – it’s illuminating. (Of course he agrees with me. We usually do.)
Link. “realignment of American politics along cultural and educational lines, and away from the class and income divisions“
Link. Federal crime. Article doesn’t discuss free distribution.
Link. J&J shouldn’t be used going forward. Moderna is very impressive.
Link. COVID worship is a legitimate religion. The chosen ascend after a brief period of purification through suffering. Presumably.
Link. There’s no way to actually enforce the rules.
Link. This is what I need for my patient discussions.
Link. We need more anthropologists but we need them to advise on social engineering (verboten concept).
Link. Key reference for physicians to understand why it was of real interest and how that interest quickly faded.
Link. iOS is such an odd beast. So many longstanding omissions. I am amazed some prefer it to macos for work.
Link. Damn. I could have used this before. Will now.
Link. I missed this feature.
Link. There’s no cost to being insecure.
Link. Lots of good stuff.
Link. With huge consequences for their share price.
Oh… wait …
Link. RNA as a memory message (meme). Transcoded interpretation. Another parallel between immune and nervous systems.
Link. “Most of us donate to the Red Cross once in a while. But when you’re the one they’re helping, you start wondering why you didn’t give more.” Great story.
Link. 2018: “killing 17 of the 18 people who caught it from a contaminated family well”. Fruit bat. Good to see these things get more attention now.
Link. Deleted history.
Link. Current recipe is 3 HIIT a week and 4 1h slower workouts. The blood sugar finding is curious.
Link. The Cabrera result is a funny physics footnote.
Link. We like these stories.
Link. Carrington events are bad, but we have known about them for a long time.
Link. “Level 5 is when “people have absolutely nothing left to eat”
That’s a small number of people, how did international aid systems fail to prevent this?! (400,000 are Level 4)
Link. Glory earned.
Link. I think I’d like 10,000 years.
Link. There’s evidence it’s not true. Which means a reboot awaits.
Link. The Taliban rule a different country.
Link. Maybe we really are finished.
Link. Texas has rarely been less appealing. And that’s saying a lot.
Link. Everything is of course, but NO is doomed sooner than most. At some point we give up on new levees and pay people to move.
Link. The tectonic plates of the social contract shift. Fodder for some good class discussions.
Link. It’s a thing among 20s teens.
Also why Long COVID is a harder problem than non-physicians imagine.
Link. Crowding, growing obesity, maybe aging all a factor. Lowering plane temperatures and stopping alcohol sales at airports and planes would help.
Link. It’s genetic.
Link. I don’t think vaccine will be approved for under 12 in US.
Link. Love idea of naming COVID strains after constellations, but Andromeda is a galaxy, not a constellation. So name after galaxies…
Link. Clubhouse was such a bad idea. I recall some quackier doc colleagues going on about ivermectin, but I’m amazed it got so big. I wonder what’s next on the nut plate?
Link. “production-quality JPEG encoder that improves compression while maintaining compatibility with the vast majority of deployed decoders”
Link. Also his Revisionist utility explained. Sounds like Big Sur is when versioning got more polish.
Link. Refreshing candor.
Link. I remember 1999.
Link. I stopped using them after some disappointing purchases.
Link. This could be big.
Link. Soros is bearish on China.
Link. The Civil War never ended.
Link. The NY Times did a miserable job.
Link. Roe is toast. Let the voting begin.
Link. If they were vaccinated we’d know. What a stupid way to die.