RT Ioannis Tz
Αcropolis in Athens today !!
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Does anyone know if Xprize https://www.xprize.org obligates contestents/winners to publicly and freely disclose R&D?
Force Directed Graph of the London Tube Map – including CrossRail!
Force Directed Graphs of the London Underground have been done many times before - but I think I'm the first person to add the new Elizabeth Line (CrossRail).
I've also created a JSON graph of all of London's rail services - including DLR, Trams, C2C, ThamesLink etc.
Ah, so that's how Senators make money: trading on the stock market, given the insider info they get from lobbyists: https://sci-hub.st/https://www.jstor.org/stable/30031880
Aim: plant new forest (intending it to become ancient) on what is currently farmed land.
Agricultural land in Germany: ~1-5€/m^2
Grundsteuer/Landtax on a 100,000€ piece of land (i.e. 100,000-20,000 m^2): 1,800€/year https://www.zinsen-berechnen.de/grundsteuer-rechner.php
We opened a poll for the default behaviour for new line handling in 2.0.
Please participate to make sure your voice is heard.
There is no way to know in advance which combination of these strategies will prove most effective. The only way we know to approach such situations is through large-scale experimentation, and the anarchist model of allowing everyone to approach the problem how they see fit is a highly effective one.
Alexis is not one to deny the reality of class struggle. The question is whether stock trades are where class struggle is most usefully found, as opposed to labor organizing, community organizing, and mass mobilization. The question of solidarity is key here is "hold" a sufficient expression of it?
Question: why has there been little/no chat about #GME/#WSB in my timeline?
I get that it's about stocks/trading, but some have been calling it 'Occupy Wall Street 2.0'.
Possibly millions of people using the stock market to put two fingers up to the hedge-funders, possibly the biggest 'market activism' event of my lifetime, and really not much masto chat 🧐
I sent an old friend who studied Ancient Mediterranean Civilizations (the last year of that course at our uni!) a link to https://botsin.space/@hammurabot
He wrote: "A fascinating aspect of the Code, as well as the 12 Tablets of the early Roman Republic, is that they are a huge break from the powerful (king or oligarchs) having the arbitrary power to decide in the moment what the punishment will be for a transgression. Now it was written down for all (who could read or pay a scribe) to see."
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