Tag Archives: IFTTT

Tweet by GergelyOrosz

I've been reflecting on what the most surprising learnings I've had, working at well-known tech "unicorns" like Skype, Skyscanner, Uber. Here is a list, as I'm writing up these reflections in more detail. pic.twitter.com/KZzuTOu8nV — Gergely Orosz (@GergelyOrosz) April 26, 2020 via https://twitter.com/GergelyOrosz

Tweet by CitysEra

When Sweden play Denmark the scoreboard says SWE-DEN and the unused letters from both teams spell out Denmark https://t.co/6cqDMINTDQ — Ben (@CitysEra) May 5, 2020 via https://twitter.com/CitysEra

Tweet by Neuronologist1

Basketball as therapy for Parkinson's disease. Why does this work? Nobody really knows. All of our best answers to date fall short. Hey @NBA or @nbacares, wanna help us figure this out? pic.twitter.com/VjlOlNPuIX — Benjamin Stecher (@Neuronologist1) April 25, 2020 via https://twitter.com/Neuronologist1

Tweet by overlyorganic

I read somewhere that people with anxiety LOVE rewatching old tv shows and movies they have seen millions of times bc there is no ounce of anxiety in wondering what the end result is. Now I know why I prefer to rewatch than start something new😅 — ☕️ (@overlyorganic) May 7, 2020 via https://twitter.com/overlyorganic

Tweet by benorlin

You're about to spend the next 25 minutes watching a guy solve a Sudoku. Not only that, but it's going to be the highlight of your day.https://t.co/gnuI31x0PT — Ben Orlin (@benorlin) May 17, 2020 via https://twitter.com/benorlin

50 years off-grid: architect-maker paradise amid NorCal redwoods

50 years off-grid: architect-maker paradise amid NorCal redwoods April 26, 2020 at 06:57AM

Tweet by EireannDolan

For more information about so-called “Slave Bibles” this is a helpful place to start: https://t.co/qPuvlt3EcD — Eireann Dolan (@EireannDolan) June 2, 2020 via https://twitter.com/EireannDolan

Tweet by No_Little_Plans

There are known strategies to reduce police violence. In the past, the federal government has been empowered to investigate local departments and force them to adopt these strategies and reform. It works: when they do, police shootings go way down. https://t.co/QaKuX8sI0K — Rob Arthur (@No_Little_Plans) June 1, 2020 via https://twitter.com/No_Little_Plans

Tweet by AngelaDSaini

Race science is not just a pseudoscience, it is the intellectual framework upon which our modern-day racial categories are built. It underpins the structural racism of our institutions. It is the toxin inside our minds, and the minds of too many of our leaders. — Angela Saini (@AngelaDSaini) June 3, 2020 via https://twitter.com/AngelaDSaini

Tweet by PoliceLawProf

How to Actually Fix America's Police In a long op-ed in @TheAtlantic, my co-authors and I provide an extensive roadmap for police reform at the federal, state, and local level.https://t.co/iaJ4LkisoU — Seth Stoughton (@PoliceLawProf) June 3, 2020 via https://twitter.com/PoliceLawProf

Tweet by DrIbram

It is empty when politicians call for healing and peace without stating antiracist policies they want to institute. Words bring momentary healing and peace. Policy change brings lasting healing and peace by rooting out the racism suffocating so many people. We want to breathe. — Ibram X. Kendi (@DrIbram) June 3, 2020 via https://twitter.com/DrIbram

Tweet by samswey

We just launched #8cantwait, a campaign to get Mayors across the country to immediately adopt these 8 use of force policy restrictions that can reduce police violence by to 72%. Check it out at https://t.co/myfBGwQRhT. Let’s talk about why this matters. (1/x) pic.twitter.com/EMAUCbPQHY — Samuel Sinyangwe (@samswey) June 3, 2020 via https://twitter.com/samswey

Tweet by NewYorker

Within the first sentence of “The Stranger,” two subtle and seemingly minor translation decisions have the power to change the way we read everything that follows. https://t.co/D5gQt5lYks — The New Yorker (@NewYorker) June 8, 2020 via https://twitter.com/NewYorker

Tweet by AlanLevinovitz

As a consequence, ultra-processed information is even more difficult to resist than ultra-processed food, because the reward comes from the pleasure of consuming the information *and* the pleasure of being praised for making and sharing it. — Alan Levinovitz (@AlanLevinovitz) June 9, 2020 via https://twitter.com/AlanLevinovitz

Tweet by peteenns

It struck me a few years ago, sitting there reading some book, as my mind began to wander, that the crucifixion of Jesus is one of those things about the Christian faith that (1) I don’t really understand, and (2) seems vitally important to understand. https://t.co/2FhN5Fi0J6 — Peter Enns (@peteenns) April 17, 2019 via https://twitter.com/peteenns

Tweet by footofgov

"The principle that the end justifies the means is in individualist ethics regarded as the denial of all morals. In collectivist ethics it becomes necessarily the supreme rule" – Friedrich Hayek — The Invisible Foot of Government (@footofgov) February 15, 2019 via https://twitter.com/footofgov

Tweet by peteenns

Christianity’s opening public move, so to speak, was an act of humiliation, shame, and defeat, unworthy of any of the gods. https://t.co/2FhN5Fi0J6 — Peter Enns (@peteenns) April 17, 2019 via https://twitter.com/peteenns

Tweet by Rasheed_Shabazz

Mayor LaCroix opposed Measure A. The extended version of my article with links/references is here: https://t.co/n0XhQQGcli — RAsheed ☥ Shabazz (@Rasheed_Shabazz) January 11, 2020 via https://twitter.com/Rasheed_Shabazz

Tweet by Hoganmag

You could make a case that this was Lucy's 2nd attempt to hold the football still, as this attempt took place in the early 1950s. But in the 1979 strip, she seemed well intentioned (for once). pic.twitter.com/5MxmizqxwA — Tom Heintjes (@Hoganmag) August 2, 2019 via https://twitter.com/Hoganmag

Tweet by skepticalsports

God I love this chart. For most of recorded history, if you had a kid their chance of surviving to age 15 was roughly a coinflip. Then the modern world happened: https://t.co/2Ru1wXc2Ux pic.twitter.com/crokDXbNe6 — Benjamin Morris (@skepticalsports) January 11, 2020 via https://twitter.com/skepticalsports