2020-10-24 08:52:42 +0900
2020-10-24 08:42:56 +0900
“The Universe is not only queerer than we suppose, but queerer than we can suppose.”
2020-10-24 08:39:03 +0900
@loganalexander Browsing this artist, tumbled upon this gem, too: https://t.co/L2ddONNijS
Cheers for the rec
2020-10-24 08:26:56 +0900
A stupid precedent to set. It would be dangerous for the RIAA to take down open source software, if it was possible.
2020-10-23 18:42:35 +0900
It's not even coming really, it's here now if you're ready. If money has no borders and less barriers to entry (say being able to save money without a bank account, and just having a smartphone), humans will have a lot more opportunity globally
2020-10-23 18:39:51 +0900
Lot of well educated people who like to study and solve problems/answer unanswered questions now have a lot of free time on there hands.
Isn't there some anecdote about how Isaac Newton got a lot done during the pandemic b/c he had to work from home?
2020-10-23 07:15:16 +0900
Holy shit, these neural filters on Photoshop 2020
2020-10-23 06:52:22 +0900
On Twitter vs on HN https://t.co/RZTkltsYeJ https://t.co/bD9p9zZu9A
2020-10-22 18:08:04 +0900
In a low-trust society, surveillance can be the better trade-off.
The US is currently making a transition from a relatively high-trust to a low-trust society, so the surveillance will increase."
-- Joscha Bach
2020-10-22 18:08:04 +0900
"In a high-trust society, you don't need a lot of surveillance. The surveillance is even undermining the trust: it's punishing people who look suspicious, but do the right thing.
2020-10-22 10:35:07 +0900
Heyyyy long time no see. I guess the sellers are exhausted, eh? Going to be a crazy next year or so I suspect. https://t.co/eiebFMGh4z
2020-10-22 06:55:07 +0900
Finally watching 'Us', it is amazing. I watch movies in like 10 minute blocks though (I haven't had 2 hours to myself since Isamu was born), so I'll hopefully finish it next week.
2020-10-21 15:20:37 +0900
Some more stuff: https://t.co/zHbO2mC4we
Constructor Theory: https://t.co/9tftScroYe
2020-10-21 14:48:09 +0900
Is the simulation argument just a form of solipsism?
There’s like 3-4 GREAT pages about solipsism in the @DavidDeutschOxf book “The Fabric of Reality”
Lemme see if I can find it here https://t.co/XEaQdCG8vW
2020-10-20 09:14:45 +0900
New Autechre is pretty sick.
2020-10-19 05:43:17 +0900
RT @TheBlueMatt: Finally time to ditch Gmail. https://t.co/d5hTBYGnqy
2020-10-18 07:45:32 +0900
Rare Earthenware: Radioactive Ceramics Commission for the Victoria and Albert Museum
2020-10-18 07:44:15 +0900
There have been a TON (increasing number) of (sometimes fatal) landslides in Japan in recent years: https://t.co/48YW2SZFdU
2020-10-15 14:21:53 +0900
No zombies in Japan, tho, they burn all the bodies here
2020-10-15 14:03:23 +0900
Loving this movie 🍿 https://t.co/W6E5BNjCMT
2020-10-14 18:35:05 +0900
TIL that you should wash your beer (or other drink which you wish to retain a head) glasses with non-fat based soap. Like, in other words, most soap. And also should be careful to not wash it together with oily stuff for the same reason. The fats hurt head retention, or something
2020-10-12 10:44:40 +0900
Damn, Japan is too damn expensive. Trying to figure that one out... Second most expensive in the world! https://t.co/bhNSM9hI77
2020-10-11 22:24:13 +0900
RT @DavidDeutschOxf: Here's one: Whether policies do or don't address over-dispersal by e.g. cluster-busting measures: https://t.co/DHaovvC…
2020-10-11 15:51:14 +0900
RT @MonsieurPompier: Casio EG-5 Cassette Player/Recorder Guitar. 1980s. https://t.co/0d9kUN7ryI
2020-10-09 07:34:41 +0900
RT @djsledge__: Her poems can always be just completely brutal https://t.co/qAPrcwh69J