As a person who spent way too much early intellectual energy on ad busting, I assure you that this news hurts no one more than me.
Things that are looking pretty broadly reasonable right now:
- Nationalize, + plan for a managed decline of, airline & oil industries
- Universal basic income (or better yet, universal basic outcomes)
- Reversing decades of cuts to public healthcare and education
- Internet = a public utility and universal right
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Working from home, day 1
Thought I'd ease my way in by playing a sickening amount of Zelda botw so that I won't feel the urge so strongly later on. Seems to have worked; 8 hours later I find myself completing my taxes.
Tomorrow I'll be co-working with an international cast of remote buddies and hope to grab most of the primary research materials I need for the much abreviated conference paper I'm delivering next week.
A bonus: the cat likes having me around.
The enviromedia folks of #SCMS2020 are organizing a DYI online conference now that the in-person one is cancelled. I'm actually pretty excited for it. We've been training for this!
Lately I've taken a pause from baking from recipes and just freestyling instead. Bread products of diverse shapes and reliable tastiness reliably happen!
I like to think about how we think about carbon
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