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The Paradoxical Roller Coaster of Wait

Over the last two months, I have felt like life has been moving quickly and slowly simultaneously.  I feel like I am racing towards a goal, and yet the wait is eternal.   1,126 more words


Programming, Coding & Digital Skills

I keep hearing myself in meetings talking about the “need” to get people coding, but that’s not really what I mean, and it immediately puts people off because I’m not sure they know what programming/coding is or what it’s useful for. 830 more words



They discharged me with a prescription for antibiotics. I may have accidentally been kind of a bitch to one of the doctors when he spoke to me in that special voice they use for children and demented geriatrics, so that might have helped. 27 more words


Google Admits Its Results Aren't Facts And Uses Third Party Plugins to Keep You Informed Of That?



These fact checks are not Google’s and are presented so people can make more informed judgements. Even though differing conclusions may be presented, we think it’s still helpful for people to understand the degree of consensus around a particular claim and have clear information on which sources agree.

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Those days where you decide to have ice cream for breakfast and then the lid tells you what kind of day you’re gonna have like some derisive, calorific version of tasseography. 6 more words


ffs and passing

FFS Overview

It’s the first thing you look at when you meet someone. A person’s face provides cues about seemingly every aspect of their identity–what they are thinking, how they are feeling, their race, age…their gender and more. 599 more words



The day after the November 2015 Paris attacks

I was standing on the platform with my eyes shut, listening for the familiar rumble of the northbound train. 240 more words