Feynman described magnets as the result of many electrons in alignment magnifying the electromagnetic force.
Now it’s haunting me that these two words have no common etymology.
I have a controversial opinion: there are some, but not many, problems that can be solved with a blockchain.
Here’s good UX advice from @jasonmesut: respect the user that knows what she wants. https://medium.com/@jasonmesut/im-thirsty-vs-get-me-some-water-6f1175e22633
TFW you choose an especially clever passphrase and want to share it.
I’m loving the @omata but the ascent dial is unnecessary in Holland.
Everyone thinks they have imposter’s syndrome but accuses everyone else of suffering from the Dunning-Kruger effect.
If you translate these to “smart" and “dumb” it highlights how judgmental this really is.
If you work on mobile software products and aren’t curious about the WWDC keynote today, you are probably bad at your job.
Google’s parameter integrity is questionable: https://www.google.com/search?kgmid=/m/02xl18d&q=Who+is+President?
Google’s “Selfish Ledger” future: https://hans.gerwitz.com/2018/05/18/meat-twin.html
So if Putin, Ahmed Al-Rumaihi, the American public, and the Metallurgical Corporation of China ever disagree on what they want Trump to do, who wins?
Ha! I’m only kidding. The American public isn’t even invited to bid.
I am coming to believe that perspective-taking (as Robert Selman defines it) is a synonym for humanness.
Yes, it follows that humanness is scalar.