Some things I noticed 04/23/2020:
  1. How tightly knit is any person’s selfhood across time?
  2. The ES-MAML approach updates the policy based solely on the sum of rewards collected by the agent in the environment.”
  3. The MegaVac Mechanical Thrombectomy System by Capture Vascular
  4. Anh, Minh, and Jun
  5. I think I might be infected” 🤣
  6. y por eso quizás yo la miraré finalmente
  7. Planet of the Humans
    • “desperate measures not to save the planet, but to save our way of life”
    • “we have to have our abilities to consume reined in”
    • “and once we run through the animals, what’s next?”
    • “it’s not the carbon dioxide molecule destroying the planet”

Some things I noticed 04/21/2020:
  1. all we are ever able to do, it seems
  2. “the biggest threat has emerged in the form of America’s government
  3. “Sovereign currency issuers can conjure up unlimited funds, poor countries cannot. Their debts are foreign.”
  4. police will never come inside a private property unless invited by the owner or administrator”
  5. Bad call on the part of the poet. Sarcasm presupposes wit. Vastly overestimated her audience.
  6. In some abstract sense, the difference between Riemann integral and Lebesgue integral is like that between SQL and NoSQL.
  7. On the contrary, by producing endless “entertainment”, one could say “the West” rather prepared well
  8. The One That Goes Behind The Scenes
  9. “Their friendship provides a thin, wobbly dramatic peg, but just enough for Mr. O’Toole to show the younger guys out there how the thing is done properly.”
  10. Decoherence
    • “Humanity is a thin layer of bacteria on a ball of mud hurtling through the void.”
    • “You’re here along with the rest of us to speed the entropic death of this planet. To service the chaos. We’re maggots eating a corpse.”

Some things I noticed 04/20/2020:
  1. rooftop tennis
  2. I was terrified of absolute abandonment.
  3. “Anorexia in later stages can be traced back to early power struggles with food
  4. “They hit you up for school fees, donations, and then they want your time?
  5. Japanese moving company
  6. life could be over just like that
  7. 69 is popular for being the first number between whose square 4761 and cube 328509 uses each digit from 1-9 only once
  8. “at one point the needs of humankind will outpace the earth’s ability to support our species
  9. SR-71 Blackbird is so much like a rocket it even uses something hypergolic for ignition
  10. That which is intended to preempt, might instead provoke.
  11. “the explanation may have less to do with culture and more to do with constitutional arrangements
  12. Words you never mean, just to be kind

Some things I noticed 04/19/2020:
  1. I-Witness: ‘Ako si Patient 2828’
  2. when the orchestra isn’t well orchestrated, there seems to be a problem
  3. “As a seasoned prominent legal figure, he should urge youngsters to obey the law. But he encouraged more youngsters to break the law
  4. “I went to a pizza place. Next morning, thinking about naming the retail shop I’m going to start, I saw Giordano. People would think Italian brand.”
  5. TeX is pronounced “tech”, and Donald Knuth made it originally for his book
    • “Poets have to write poems. I have to write computer programs.”
    • “A person’s success in life is determined by having a high minimum, not a high maximum.”
    • “I’ve been so fortunate riding waves and being born at a time that was just right for my particular peculiarity.”
  6. “we recognize discrepancy between the commonly accepted definition of end-to-end encryption and how we were using it
  7. God be like, “this pandemic shall pass through, but I shall also send forth Eric Yuan to create Zoom
  8. Integrated circuits seem to have inherited this numbering scheme from vacuum tubes
  9. Solutions don’t exist except in the minds of people that are hungry for them.
  10. ‘El Ministerio del Tiempo’ está disponible gratis en RTVE.es
  11. La Donna è Mobile

Some things I noticed 04/18/2020:
  1. the best case for PH, isolate 70% of symptomatic, reduce peak infected to only 900,000 in May or June 2021″
  2. German chancellor explains need for distancing in simple words
  3. Wuhan Military Games COVID origin story in Arabic from a month ago (aged like milk)
  4. Library by a movement translating heretical books to Arabic.
  5. “I just wanna live in a world where being ignorant is choice.”
  6. From Thomas Paine’s Agrarian Justice
    • “Poverty therefore, is a thing created by that which is called civilized life.”
    • “the condition of every person born into the world, after a state of civilization commences, ought not to be worse than if he had been born before that period”
    • “It is impossible to enjoy affluence with the felicity it is capable of being enjoyed, whilst so much misery is mingled in the scene.”
    • “the accumulation of personal property is, in many instances, the effect of paying too little for the labour that produced it”
  7. “Death and taxes? Death and taxes? What an odd pairing.” – Joe Black
  8. dancing pallbearers in Ghana
  9. Look, there is no unselfish good deed, sorry” – Joey, to Phoebe
  10. Over the Rainbow/What a Wonderful World – Israel Kamakawiwoʻole
  11. The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall

Some things I noticed 04/17/2020:
  1. ganto ang mga dapat ipagmalaki o kahilian, hindi kung anu-anong fungible
  2. “Whatever’s happening here on Earth, the universe remains awesome.
  3. Mongolia to restore traditional alphabet by 2025
  4. Mongolian president’s personal website
  5. Levy does not need to be working an overnight shift to make ends meet, or even working — period.
  6. At the heart of the economy is the central bank. The ultimate backer of the currency, its budget is unlimited.”
  7. That’s four times faster shrinkage rate than during 1930s Great Depression
  8. “in pandemics — and soon in climate change — we may have found two functional equivalents of war
  9. “Conspiracy theories, portraying Western countries incompetent, bolstered Chinese government’s legitimacy at home
  10. “what currency do you trust? where would you like your children to go to university or work? the dollar, the US
  11. the endgame and the aftermath of the coronavirus crisis will be laced through with geopolitics