My OS wants to correct Sysex to Sexy and while I think this is accurate, I'm not sure this opinion is shared by many.
(In case you are not familiar with the term: Sysex stands for System Exclusive and is a message type in the MIDI specification, one of my favorite tech specs - Rocking the crowd since 1983)
When I got my 3D printer, I got it because they finally became so cheap I couldn't resist, and I always wanted to have one, without any real applications. So far most of the stuff I designed and printed is super practical stuff, often repairing things where a simple piece of plastic broke. It essentially became a repair super power.
Surprisingly, my biggest fear, namely that I had no experience at all in 3d construction, was no issue at all. I am by no means a pro, but I manage fine.
Nice moment when the panic sets in when the test suite suddenly fails drastically after a browser update. Chrome 72 seems to introduce subtle changes in Array/TypedArray interaction with stricter range checking or something.
So far it looks like we have an error in the way our test fixtures are created but holy moly, that's nice monday myth material.
Starting an interesting experiment: Each evening, trying to log our daily mood and how productive the day fel to us.
So far, we've already tried to sum up mood and how productive we felt in our regular sync calls and meetings but it's hard to accurately sum up a quarter or even a month in hindsight.
Anyone else doing similar things?
I for one really look forward to see how this experiment turns out.
This #depfu offsite so far has produced 11 magic flipchart sheets full of review data and future strategy. Much needed break from the daily grind to first look back and then forward to an exciting year ahead.
It just occurred to me that scientific arguments probably often lose out to political counter arguments because the scientific method always has uncertainties built in and scientists are used to communicate their results including these. A politician with an agenda doesn’t need to do that. They can broadcast bold lies with absolute certainty. A scientist, by definition, can’t.
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Es ist klar, das ein Tempolimit Verkehrstote verhindern würde. Es ist klar, dass ein Tempolimit den Schadstoff-Ausstoß verringern würde. Tempolimits sind quasi überall auf der Welt schon längst Normalität.
Aber irgendwas mit Freiheit (Und außerdem eine mächtige Industrielobby dahinter)
Die Qualität der Argumente und das Setup kommt mir doch irgendwoher bekannt vor. Hat irgendjemand schon mal geguckt ob die Deutsche Autoindustrie und die NRA dieselben PR-Berater haben?