Some things I noticed 08/04/2020:
  1. Eboracum
  2. He’d gotten involved in local politics.
  3. I’m not very religious but I prayed for this one.
  4. The plane is unusually thick. The crew agreed. They painted the word ‘chunky’ into the engine cowl.
  5. Human progress can be measured very precisely by how much energy we extracted from our environment
  6. The main cause of a population surviving or dying off was often the result of how quickly the environment changed.
  7. While coastal barriers delay the arrival of the wave, they also delay the departure of the inhabitants.
  8. This new structure would add world-class security, privacy, and digital safety protections.” 😆
  9. Jacob Collier – Hallelujah, Running Outta Love
  10. That balance.

Some things I noticed 08/02/2020:
  1. Our skin is where we make Vitamin D.
  2. EU imposes the first ever sanctions against cyber-attacks
  3. The fact that a teenager could gain such access to Twitter goes to prove that the tech-giant needs to step up its game
  4. the Pentagon will soon update its decision awarding the contract to Microsoft over Amazon Web Services
  5. Microsoft is exploring an acquisition of TikTok’s operations in the U.S. Trump to direct China-based ByteDance Ltd. to divest its stake
  6. The F-22 was designed for battle in Europe and could face problems now that it had been deployed in the Asia-Pacific.
  7. People get there, and realise that they’re not the best anymore. So they say, okay, my role is not to change the world.
    • “The pressure to prove that you ‘lived up to your potential’ is an insidious side effect that no one talks about.”
  8. The artists today that are making it realise it’s about creating a continuous engagement with their fans; putting the work in
    • “as podcast grows, revenues are driven by podcasts too – that has implications for the share paid out to the music industry”
  9. Don’t remove community captions from YouTube
  10. The secret ingredient turned out to be a bi-metallic switch that would turn the cooker off by bending once the temperature exceeded 100℃.