Living in the jackpot

Living in the jackpot

Posts about living in a time when everything is changing far faster than we can keep up.
Oct
15

A Myth About the Workforce in the 60s & 70s.

From an article in The Atlantic titled The Great Resignation Is Accelerating, by Derek Thompson. You may have heard the
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Aug
24

Rain where?

It rained at the top of Greenland for the first time in recorded history.
Aug
10
◎ Drafts №10 | Theses

◎ Drafts №10 | Theses

Hi, Over the past few weeks that I've been writing ◎ Drafts, I've been thinking more and more about the ways
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Aug
03
Expanded NOT Expedited

Expanded NOT Expedited

The Skimm reports: Yesterday, the State Dept said its expanding eligibility for Afghans seeking US refugee status. The new pathway
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Aug
03
More Satellites (more CO2...)

More Satellites (more CO2...)

Following up what I posted here about less business travel, Bryan Walsh writes Competition among commercial space companies, including SpaceX
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Aug
03
Less Business Travel Means Less CO2 Emissions

Less Business Travel Means Less CO2 Emissions

Erica Pandey writes for Axios What's Next: Big companies are considering permanently cutting travel to slash costs and carbon emissionsCorporate
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Aug
02
In Myanmar

In Myanmar

The Daily Skimm email newsletter reports that in Myanmar, [M]ilitary leader Gen. Min Aung Hlaing said 'hi, I'm prime
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Aug
02
The jouissance of not 996?

The jouissance of not 996?

From the NYTimes The Morning email newsletter: To understand work culture in China, start with a number: 996.China’s
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Jul
31

Every time we drive, or fly, or burn fossil fuel...

From Skimm’s daily newsletter. Who should pump the brakes.. Americans. Yesterday, a new analysis found that the lifetime emissions
Jul
29
◎ Drafts №6 | When Being Good is Bad

◎ Drafts №6 | When Being Good is Bad

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