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Book review: ‘Scarcity’ (Sendhil Mullainathan and Eldar Shafir)

Last week I read the book ‘Scarcity: Why having too little means so much’, written by economist Sendhil Mullainathan and psychologist Eldar Shafir. It is not a new book, it was published in 2013, but I didn’t found time to read it before. 814 more words

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Back to school and food allergies

Good evening! I’ve been anticipating back to school pretty much since after the fourth of July. We’re nearing the time when our oldest child will be starting Kindergarten! 492 more words

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Amazon Messaging Services

Episode 79

As promised in the last episode, today we are going to look into the messaging category of AWS services group. Messaging is sometimes considered a part of application services group, however in the console they make up separate list, so let’s treat them the same here. 781 more words

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Who decides what PPE to wear?

A Victorian correspondent tells me that:

There’s a discussion unfolding in my confined space group regarding first responders not wearing adequate PPE for the identified hazards in an industrial setting.

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Low-latency satellite systems grow on U.S. military

WASHINGTON — The data-intensive nature and fast pace of modern warfare are increasing U.S. military demand for services from low-orbiting satellites that can relay information more quickly than those in high orbits, according to senior officers and industry officials at the recent  117 more words

A satellite may be falling apart in geostationary orbit [Updated]

(Source: arstechnica.com)

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  • Sunday 11am ET Update: In response to a query from Ars, the AMC-9 satellite’s operator, Luxembourg-based SES, issued the following statement on Sunday morning: 731 more words

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