@Divert Since I guess you use some Debian base system:
apt-key del AD0592FE47F0DF61
or apt-key del E019645248E8F4A1
Bigger concern: can we rely on Federal training programs to make this energy workforce effective?
I got the idea from this out-of-context #andrewyang quote to research this further --
"Though training programs are a great idea, we should acknowledge that we’re historically very bad at it"
He only cites two studies. Would love to see more research on training programs weaknesses and how we can make them stronger.
Why the Federal jobs guarantee, though? Put one way:
“The idea that thousands of administrations across the country will be able to usefully employ random flows of labor with random sets of skills in random durations is fairly implausible,” argues Bruenig.
This started as a joke. I told @ella_kane that when I reassembled electronics, I took the "extra parts" that are invariably left over and framed them.
So here are a couple of bits from my now deceased phone. An old deactivated nano-SIM card, and the annoying plastic latch that broke off the video connector. They're hanging on the door in the lab.
I bought a whole pack of those little cardboard frames, so I'll be putting up more bits and pieces as they catch my eye.
I don't get how 'kitsch' can have the 'denial of shit' definition yet also somehow refer to art that is cheaply made, low-brow, and a mass produced imitation of pre industrial aesthetics.
Can someone explain what these definitions have to do with each other?
"Over time, however, the ongoing productivity gains present in the textile industry drove down the price of cloth until consumer demand had become satiated. As demand became relatively inelastic, further price declines and income growth only generated anaemic increases in consumption..."
Apparently the story is not really about AI. Really, it's that the stability of demand elasticity is a hidden variable which simple models (like the article's) fail to account for.
Trying to unpack this statement: "If demand for a particular good or service is highly elastic and AI does not completely automate the production of that good or service, then technical change would create jobs rather destroy them."
How many companies would be affected by the Accountable Capitalism Act? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accountable_Capitalism_Act Targets companies with >$1 billion in tax receipts. Let's see if there is a .gov site which allows querying on this criterion.
Discovered Opentoonz, FOSS animation program which runs in Linux https://morevnaproject.org/opentoonz/
URL abuse, dark pattern
Worst example I've seen to date. Listicle appears as a single page, but the URL changes as you scroll down. Title URL only encompasses the tagline and none of the content. Attempting bypass of the 19 trackers by using outline.com results in severed page segments. https://www.complex.com/style/2013/04/the-50-best-artist-collaborations-in-fashion/yves-saint-laurent-x-andy-warhol
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