Just waiting out the last minutes of my observation period after Pfizer jab. It was unexpectedly affecting being with 100 people my age, looking wholesome and summery. I felt a jolt of love for them #Vaccine
** The problem:
* By 2040 emissions from computing alone will be close to half the emissions level acceptable to keep global warming below 2°C. This growth in computing emissions is unsustainable: it would make it virtually impossible to meet the emissions warming limit.
* The emissions from production of computing devices far exceed the emissions from operating them, so even if devices are more energy efficient producing more of them will make the emissions problem worse. Therefore we must extend the useful life of our computing devices.
** The solution:
As a society we need to start treating computational resources as finite and precious, to be utilised only when necessary, and as effectively as possible. We need frugal computing: achieving the same results for less energy.
** The vision: please read the article, I'm out of characters.
These tutorials look nice - simple but without relying on libraries. I kinda fancy seeing can I port what he does to C and Linux https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=PJmpOhk9GXw&list=PL7Ej6SUky135IAAR3PFCFyiVwanauRqj3&index=3 #GameDev
Must read by the creator of dogecoin 👇👇👇
I am often asked if I will “return to cryptocurrency” or begin regularly sharing my thoughts on the topic again. My answer is a wholehearted “no”, but to avoid repeating myself I figure it might be worthwhile briefly explaining why here…
Matt Stoller on Biden's anti-monopoly order https://mattstoller.substack.com/p/biden-launches-sweeping-action-on #monopoly
The Biden administration teased a sweeping antimonopoly executive order last week, including a Right to Repair provision aimed at agricultural equipment - a direct assault on the corporate power of repair archnemesis John Deere. It
But it turns out that the executive order goes far beyond tractors and other agricultural equipment - it also applies to consumer electronics, including mobile phones, and this is a *huge fucking deal*.
I made this gratin today, it turned out well. You don't have to use all that cream, I lowered the cream/milk ratio to 1:2 and I know from studying my mother's gratin technique that you can use all milk or even stock. The cook times were bang on though as was the amount of garlic https://cookpad.com/us/recipes/3592071-potato-courgette-and-cheddar-gratin
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