Some things I noticed 06/28/2020:
  1. One flare caught, generated by a distant active supermassive black hole called J1249+3449, was pinpointed to the region of the gravitational-wave event S190521g.
  2. There are certain things whose number is unknown. If we count them by threes, we have two left over; by fives, we have three left over; and by sevens, two are left over. How many things are there?
  3. The United States has a large lead over all other countries in top-tier AI research, China is the largest source of top-tier researchers.
  4. The state will behave more like a portfolio investor, investing public capital in diverse enterprises, not necessarily being the majority shareholder in each of them
  5. Japan backs out of US missile system, would consider acquiring weapons able to strike enemy missile launchers, first-strike capability represents a fundamental shift
  6. European officials are trying to ascertain whether [examining options for withdrawing US forces in Germany] is part of a negotiating ploy ahead of a July 11-12 NATO summit.
  7. Zoox’s strategy does not rely on adapting existing cars with self-driving technology. It is developing a purpose-built vehicle with no steering wheel
  8. if there’s ever been a moment when I could have absolutely just formed a dictatorship, they all would have joined me… lucky I don’t have dictatorial impulses no.”
  9. The is a Reddit reader in the style of a certain well-known metropolitan newspaper.

Some things I noticed 06/27/2020:
  1. A lot of big social media giants are falling out of favor, and it becomes cool again to own a space on the web rather than being one of a billion usernames.”
  2. is a console-oriented weather forecast service
    • curl
  3. convert a single RGB-D input image into a multi-layer representation that contains hallucinated color and depth structures in regions occluded in the original
  4. The entry should be 3 feet by 4 feet in either landscape or portrait orientation. Medium to be used must be oil or acrylic on canvas only.
  5. Financial crime professor fact checks money laundering scenes from movies and television
  6. This could be a lie told by Grindelwald to convince Credence to go after Albus.
  7. The softwoods and saplings and shrubs should die too.
  8. 「トマトは野菜といっても、実際には果物だ。」
  9. FANGIRL by Herlyn Alegre
  10. on-hover timelapses