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pinboard October 31, 2020

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pinboard October 30, 2020

  • Untitled (https://www.protocol.com/kelsey-hightower-google-cloud)
    RT @kelseyhightower: I never fully understood how far I’ve come until I read someone else tell my story.

    "From McDonald’s to Google: How Kelsey Hightower became one of the most respected people in cloud computing" by @tomkrazit

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    such a 2020 headline
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    RT @charles_gaba: FOR GOD’S SAKE, EITHER DROP YOUR BALLOT OFF IN PERSON *NOW* OR VOTE IN PERSON.

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pinboard October 25, 2020

  • Doomsday prepping for less crazy folk
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    RT @OliviaMesser: Sometimes when I interview COVID experts, they stick to the numbers and then the call ends with professional send-offs. Today, it’s been—much like it was in the beginning—infused with these humane asides like, "You should be prepared for how bad it’s going to get."
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    RT @alexisgoldstein: Trump supporters in PA drove Jeeps and Semis (with Trump flags) around an early voting location, honking so loudly the officials couldn’t given instructions to the voters in line:
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    RT @zaibatsu: Little known fact

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pinboard October 24, 2020

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    RT @DrLeanaWen: We’ve officially surpassed the previous high for total number of daily new #covid19 infections. Hospitalizations are up 40% in the last month. There are virus hotspots all over the country. This is NOT “rounding the corner”—unless it’s into a firestorm of viral spread.
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    RT @Laura_R_Prieto: Why are 80% of those who lost jobs in Aug/Sept women? Because women still assume the individual responsibility for child care.
    Tiny 🧵 1/3
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  • Detention Facilities For Immigrants Fast-Tracked For Deportation Were Rife With Problems
    RT @Haleaziz: NEW: Two controversial border programs were rife with issues, including families forced to remain in custody longer than appropriate, girls stuck in the same detention space w/ unrelated men, & toilets that had limited privacy, per leaked draft IG report.
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    RT @CharlesMBlow: Wow…
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    RT @michikokakutani: Arendt (cont.)
    once in office & confronting reality, the Leader often finds that
    “propaganda and organization no longer suffice to assert that the impossible is possible, that the incredible is true, that an insane consistency rules the world…”
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    RT @Amy_Siskind: Whatever happened to McConnell, happened recently. In photos on 10/15, his hands look normal. On 10/20 he tried to hide his hands in his pockets for most photos, and the photos that show his hands show bandages on both and deep bruising of some kind.
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    RT @Pinboard: On this date in 2016, @FiveThirtyEight gave Hillary Clinton an 86% chance of victory (compare to 87% for Biden now). The key lesson is that everything is highly correlated across states, and that anyone can predict the weather if they can change the forecast when the rain starts
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    RT @BeschlossDC: About twenty thousand women marched for voting rights today 1915 on Fifth Avenue, New York: #AP
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    RT @JeremyKonyndyk: “There won’t be any new national policy action” is undeniably true (til January, at least), and is also the scariest part of this tweet.
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    RT @textfiles: Did you know the Internet Archive is watching every second of television news, tracking word clouds, and producing reports? Now you do.
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    RT @bibliogrrl: Jesus fucking CHRIST
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    RT @moodvintage: Anton Chekhov photographed by his brother Alexander in 1891.
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    RT @annehelen: I really recommend following this account. Every post is deeply sad, but it’s a sadness that matters — and will help steel your resolve in continuing to make hard, lonely decisions
  • Facebook Seeks Shutdown of NYU Research Project Into Political Ad Targeting – WSJ
    RT @ProfessorShaw: Such an outrageous move by Facebook, even in a climate where our threshhold for outrage is getting to be pretty high
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    RT @marginoferror: Thread. Voter registration is a strategy to stop people from voting.
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    RT @LibyaLiberty: *stares*
  • Why Won't My Friend Text Me Back?

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pinboard October 22, 2020

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