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Favorite Rejects 2022-10-22
I love this post on machine learning and creativity. It’s not obvious that there’s a fundamental difference between what a machine learning model does when it imagines a scene and a human artist does so.
Important life lesson — a successful career as a member of an authoritarian regime is no guarantee that you won't end up getting purged. Try liberalism!
Early drama: Hu Jintao seen being led out soon after reporters are led into the main hall https://t.co/pRffGZF60I
Danson Cheong @dansoncj
One month payback on out-of-home ads 🏆
Brex founder and co-CEO Henrique Dubugras finally shares the billboard budget In the early days, the company spent 300K for most of the billboards in SF for 3 months. @hdubugras says that Brex made more revenue than that cost in the first month of billboards. https://t.co/iox3FkzdE1
“Only with distance from the minute-to-minute anxieties of caring for a small child does its sweeping beauty come into full view.” theatlantic.com/family/archive…
A fabulous discussion about malls, the suburbs, and 80's & 90's teen culture that will have every YIMBY feeling both hopeful and anxious about whether America can change how we live, work, shop and hang out.
By the end of this Slate Money recording even the skeptic had coughed up his favorite mall (in other words, we had a good time) https://t.co/Z7VSCMB5n7
Alexandra Lange @LangeAlexandra
Actually it seems like a smart move to get the CCP to be dependent on food from U.S. farmland that they "own". In a war situation we can easily just nationalize the farmland.
What has the Democrat Party done to combat the CCP buying up strategic farmland all across our country? If you answered NOTHING, then you’d be right.
Lauren Boebert @laurenboebert