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Ade Oshineye
A chaotic neutral point of view
A chaotic neutral point of view
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Financial Times: Who governs Britain?.
https://www.ft.com/content/6a34f38e-4590-11e9-b168-96a37d002cd3

""'The result is a stalemate: the government is too weak to govern, parliament too timid and too disorganised to assume the role. It’s the stoppable force versus the moveable object. It’s that scene in The Italian Job, where the bus hangs on a precipice, rocking gently forwards or backwards"""
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I'm looking forward to visiting this place.
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Still thinking about a future beyond Google+. TinyLetter is currently the option that most appeals to me.
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This article: https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/mar/09/elizabeth-warren-break-up-facebook-google-amazon is my new exemplar of a common pattern amongst newly minted experts in the technology industry:
- start with an emotionally-satisfying solution
- compile a random list of grievances applying to multiple companies in multiple markets with inconsistent metrics
- insist that your original solution will solve all of these problems but don't explain how
- forget to mention if there would be any odd or negative consequences e.g. you would no longer be allowed to buy iPhones or Macs in Apple's retail stores
- don't explain the legal basis of this action or how you'd justify limiting it to just the companies you dislike
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“””The truth is, the goal of a trade deal with the US never made economic sense. It was all about politics – the quest for a trophy that could be presented as a benefit of Brexit when, in fact, there are next to none. It didn’t stack up in June 2016, but it is even more absurd now – abandoning the largest ever free trade area, right where we live, for a dictator-coddling would-be autocrat thousands of miles away, who sees us not as a trusted ally but as prey.”””
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https://spectre.cam/ is a pretty amazing idea. If I worked at Nikon or Canon I'd be asking why weren't making our own apps for computational photography
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