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Favorite Rejects 2023-03-04
What it shows is how little governance matters when there are significant exogenous factors and how much of a city’s success comes down to luck and intangibles (well, and also built-in “tangibles” like natural beauty, access to water, etc). https://t.co/rDUscNB7Bt
@sdamico San Francisco is amazing - it shows how poorly a city can be run and still remain a world class city.
NEW: People riding bikes (sorry, never been a fan of the word “cyclists”) are now the “single largest vehicular mode counted during peak times on London City streets,” according a new report by the City of London Corporation. Via in .
Good idea. A bunch of European countries should build defense factories in Ukraine.
Rheinmetall is negotiating the construction of a tank factory on 🇺🇦 soil. "Plant can be set up in 🇺🇦 for around 200 million euros." company boss Armin Papperger. Potentially it will be able to produce up to 400 Panther-type tanks annually.- Spiegel https://t.co/A9RezdYVd4 https://t.co/igrup7LXKL
Special Kherson Cat 🐈🇺🇦 @bayraktar_1love
Anarchism's big moment in America was a bit of a flop
The very first thing CHAZ created were cops and by the end of day 1 they killed an innocent Black teenager and the left has sworn to never mention this again. https://t.co/TLFDb8JfUU
Franklin Stove Expropriator @agraybee
Automation has always increased employment—not ended it—and AI will be no different. That's why I'm rooting for the robots: a world where AI is as transformational as its proponents hope is a world where workers, people, and society are better off.