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Local news is less stressful because I feel proportionally less impotent to react to it. I recommend making this swap. I also like that they don’t save the miscellaneous news till the end of the podcast, so if for whatever reason the daily topic isn’t working for me, I already caught the headline ro…


That’s what basic professionalism and competence looks like — a frankly kind of boring dude who works well with others, listens to experts, and doesn’t view absolutely everything on Earth through the lens of “how can I make this about me?” …



This is really cool and I wish more tech education could be so carefully targeted for social good. Is it weird to think that advanced Excel skills would be similarly useful deployed in such a way? Harder to make available to businesses, though. …


it’s sort of criminal that we don’t learn in school how buildings are made, even a little. if my parents hadn’t both worked construction I wouldn’t even know the little I know. this is one area where newer building codes may have driven up the cost of construction, but with the result that the flims…


Well if this isn’t just the most cursed news I’ll get all day. Dear God. …


I am truly delighted by this (and the mechanics are interesting). This is the silver lining to wildfires I never expected. Fog is lovely and I always hope for more than I get; this weekend was a joy for me. …


I know that this kind of paired test must be really expensive and difficult to run, so it’s frustrating that it’s the only kind of thing that will convince Certain Types of Internet Commenters that racism wasn’t solved in the 90s or whatever. Still! Nice to have a link on hand. …



It’s interesting to be The Case Study for going slow and doing it right…


of the four corners of the mainland, you’ve got to admit we’ve got a good case for ourselves

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