Ljungberg at Arsenal
Lampard at Chelsea
Ole at United
Just bring in Gerrard at Liverpool, Shearer at NewCastle and Yaya at City to make this league as mediocre as at it can become.
Last book I read was Talking to Strangers by Malcolm Gladwell but then there is like a pile of 20 books which I was supposed to read this year.
I have become a book hoarder and the Japanese have a term for that too.
Based on the amazingly detailed, and, I daresay, extremely courageous, reports by Niranjan Takle in The Caravan magazine (@vinod) , a half-decent Supreme Court would have ordered an investigation into the matter.
There was SO much material to go by.
But the subject was too hot to touch.
India has let down Judge Loya.
He is one of my biggest modern heroes. I salute him for his integrity.
@Absinthe where are the data science people? Any idea?
It is proven! I am stateastic on Keybase: https://keybase.io/stateastic/sigchain#8a4bc4283572130c0e3b885d0e825ab328557eb9c531a8a1055be55c35fb6ed50f
7. @trai has discussed platform neutrality. And the world is debating algorithmic neutrality. So the points that they can do what they want and not be held accountable just because they are private parties does not hold anymore.
8. Users have right to choose. Mastodon seems to have offered an alternative. People are voting with their feet.
Twitter can ignore this, but if you are a Twitter user, they're accountable to you, you will have to choose at some point. Twitter needs to explain itself.
This will make Twitter a hell tomorrow and many will migrate to Mastodon.
Another thing which I like about mastodon as compared to twitter is that mastodon does not keep flashing numbers to influence
Whether number of boosts, likes or followers
The numbers are visible only if you seek them out. Not on my face
Every toot is judged based on content and not based on reputation