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This is the kind of trouble I get into when I'm home sick.
@botaflo That's okay, thanks for checking!
@botaflo Afraid not.
Are you interested in a federated alternative to Goodreads that doesn't use Amazon?
because I'm making a federated alternative to Goodreads that doesn't use Amazon
Gah, I probably don't know enough to have an opinion on that. I lean toward counting them because a primary reason for counting them is to identify trends. (But part of the job of those trends is to help predict allocate treatment facilities. So… Ugh.)
Here's hoping that at least we'll learn how to do it better next time.
I can't decide how annoyed to be about this. On one hand, this thing is clearly still in motion and so things'll change.
On the other hand…
It seems obvious that they should have been separating out the Confirmed cases from Suspected cases from the beginning. But maybe it's only obvious in hindsight?
Hardware hackers, here's how you can make a wearable device to jam commodity microphones, including those in Alexa and other smart speakers.
(It's kind of a crappy hardware repo at the moment, without a BOM, etc. But it does have paper showing efficacy.)
@clifstan That looks like a wonderful book. Thank you!
Related fun tip: Many English Wikipedia articles have a "Simple English" version under the language options. This can be a great way for a novice to get up to speed on a topic when the standard Wiki page is overwhelmingly technical (or just when you hit a TL;DR)
I'm a lay person, but would like to get a grasp of the key mechanisms at work in plant life. Long reads are good, as long as they start with the equivalent of high school biology.
Trouble with words. Writing Speculative Fiction, Exploration Non-Fiction. Pragmatic optimism.
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