Gerrymandering of the courts is a new low. Texas GOP has gone off the rails.
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Getting started guide to home automation with Home Assistant.
I've been playing with HA and having fun automating some simple stuff.
Fixed the headline: Scientists use lasers to make BACON (Boulder Atomic Clock Optical Network)
Cool list of SVG resources and builders.
Probably a bunch of them could be turned into @inkscape plugins 😃
Starts talking about economic imbalance from the pandemic and then goes into the actual economic impacts of inequality in the US. Short and to the point.
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Former colleagues described him as a "complete wacko" and racist; but, he kept his job. No telling how bad he made working at TI for minority employees. This is where folks in the majority need to speak up, we're the ones that need to push these people out.
Article talks with homeless folks about why some of them chose to avoid shelters. Not something I'd realized is a barrier to solving homelessness.
Houston changes bail system to not punish people for being poor, proves that it works. Texas state government seeks to ensure the poor are punished, because... talking points.
What hurts business more than anything is uncertainty. By not having a statewide mask mandate individual businesses have to make this choice and take the backlash and risk themselves.
If the governor wants businesses to show leadership (because he won't) it is time to start bringing class-action lawsuits against employers who create dangerous work environments by not having a mask-mandate for customers.
Didn't realize the US gov't had numbers for the price of carbon. Would love to see this model grow and get the updates suggested by the academy of science.
The article has this great quote: "The use of coal is simply exporting far too many future costs on society; its current use is only economical because we pretend those costs don't exist."
Certainly some of that results from people being unable to leave their house to get tests or go to the doctor. But it would seem people staying put and not going out to eat (most restaurants were closed) or to shop also played a major factor.
Pragmatic idealist. Building a company Axiom. Worked on Ubuntu Phone. Inkscape co-founder. Probably human.
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