"A one-page summary of what I have read and seen caring for people with COVID-19. This is a distillation of data and guidelines available elsewhere complete with references (see PDF version)."
Google now camouflages ads in its search results. Chrome extension to fix this (GitHub):
@paulczege Two pairs of those symbols look infuriatingly alike.
@janellecshane Make "The Million Murders Book" your next project.
Countries with the highest risks of housing bubbles (Visual Capitalist infographics):
/Canada, New Zealand, Australia
Hearts of Wulin - wuxia melodrama RPG Powered by the Apocalypse - final 72hrs of a successful Kickstarter:
Long list of open-source clones of classic (and not-so-classic) computer games:
Three German hotel guests found dead from crossbow bolts (BBC):
The terrifying perfection and haunting legacy of Magnasanti, the maxed-out metropolis built in SimCity 3000 in 2010 (The Outline):
Just how stupid is the pre-takeoff airline safety talk? (Mel Magazine):
The problem with hexagons in computer wargaming (General Staff):
@laidlawsrule This one powerfully proves Laidlaw's Rule.
@kirby It's a real game, and has been for a decade. You can look it up on DriveThru and everything.
Flock of gannets diving together (Universal_Sci on Twitter):
Pink Trombone - bare-handed speech synthesis:
Remote Hub - database of tech companies hiring remote workers:
Last year MySpace lost ALL the music its users had uploaded between 2003 and 2015 (Reddit):
"A new model of the planets’ orbit shuffles things around, calculating that Earth’s closest neighbor, on average, is actually Mercury. In fact, it says every other planet in the solar system’s nearest neighbor is Mercury as well." (Futurism):
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