Since I haven't been able to quit YouTube and Twitter yet, I am looking forward to github.com/ytorg/Yotter

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Looking for some recommended #golang folks to follow. Any other go hobbiests / programmers out there?

I am not a big fan of programming, but I use it when I need to. I prefer for data science and am getting excited about the language for machine learning. zdnet.com/article/programming-

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Native women in traditional jingle dresses standing at the former site of Detroit's Christopher Columbus statue

I keep wondering which Elon Musk endeavor is the worst: brain implants from , spy satellites from or weapons cargo from futurism.com/the-byte/spacex-b

Whenever Trump tells another dangerous lie, I think of PJ Harvey's song "The Words That Maketh Murder." youtube.com/watch?v=KhaEt2Hdod

Here is his latest tweet that is sure to kill: nitter.net/EricTopol/status/13

@artilectzed This was Trump's plan all along (to have an excuse not to debate). Also, I am sure he is worried they will mute him in Zoom. Biden should have the debate without him 😷

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We lost another great talent in yesterday. RIP Johnny Nash. His song "I Can See Clearly Now" is as important today as it was then. youtube.com/watch?v=T3kaKcHDil

@onepict Frightening indeed. I had a rant about this back in August. Peter Thiel is a cancer on society and recently went public on the NYSE. mastodon.social/@imgn/10475752

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Another unexpected socialist: Lizzie Magie, who invented the board game Monopoly.

Magie was more accurately called a Georgist, which is kind of a proto-socialist movement in the US that advocated for working people to own the full value of what they produce and hold land in common, rather than have private property.

She called Monopoly "the Landlord's Game," and it demonstrated how private property robs from the poor and enriches owners.

The Parker Brothers (like the actual brothers) screwed her out of a patent by buying it from her for $500 and printing a small run of the Landlord's Game to secure the patent. Meanwhile Charles Darrow was falsely credited as the game's creator and he became a millionaire.

The anti-monopolist messages within the game were stripped out. A round of play that showed how all players could prosper if resources were shared was eliminated, and the game became winner take all.

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