“Facebook is not dying as a business, but they’ve died as a brand.” Insightful framing by 500ish.com/facebook-is-to…
"Although it might be too much to say that laureates are bred by laureates, it is nevertheless the case that 34 of the 55 worked, as younger men, under a total of 46 previous prize winners." [!] jstor.org/stable/2091086
Chart of the Day: ’s advertising business has more than tripled its market share in the six months after it introduced privacy changes to iPhones that obstructed rivals, including and , from targeting ads at consumers. *A Thread*
US Recon training bootcamp involves you literally being hunted and tortured while you're under-sleeping, under-eating, and under-equipped. Is there an equivalent of this training that could be relevant to our day-to-day life?
lots of people also say that brutality is just a way to test people, not train them. I don't think it's actually true Here's a scenario I was thinking about from "One Bullet Away". Totally brutal and also I bet incredibly useful if you ever get captured.
DannyBoy @boy3141@SameOldTrain @alexeyguzey I think that is mostly it. If you are being sleep deprived and under fed you are not getting stronger, you are being tested. As Brand said in another reply, they know that for learning operational skills you want a lower stress environment that is better for learning.
Honestly not looking good either way Dawn of the unicel
Rob Henderson @robkhendersonOn the dating app Hinge, 10 percent of men get 60 percent of the "likes" https://t.co/Fsl3mpsPwj
This is cool as it hints at something a lot of these plays get wrong — instead of trying to automate dishes that humans prepare, we should start exploring quality dishes that are designed for automatic preparation.
Ian Hogarth @soundboy"It wasn’t until the lockdown ended and Cala customers could visit the restaurant in person that the reason became clear. Instead of a team of chefs, the food is cooked and assembled by a robot" https://t.co/VWadhlHuQQ
^ this for many X
Spotify publishes the coolest research! Facts from this paper: ojs.aaai.org/index.php/ICWS… 1) Everyone listens to music released in their adolescent years. Also from nytimes.com/2018/02/10/opi… we know that the peak influence age for women is 13 and men 14.