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Smith points out that it's interesting that the definition of 'The West' is now just everyone opposed to Russia. Which I don’t even think is incorrect.
Perhaps the whole argument over how quickly Europe should stop buying gas from Russia will be rendered moot.
The key phrase in this thread (which has a ton more examples) is "asymmetry in expectations"
Although there was some good news out of SF today.
If they're going to keep packing sensors into phones and watches, I could really go for a CO2 sensor.
Musk's statements of freedom of speech don't seem particularly nuanced, but it's probably not a tactically good idea to attack him over it right now. It's super hard to rein in progressive voices on Twitter who are doing things that are tactically inadvisable.
• Thread with details of the Twitter purchase agreement. Most interesting part is that Musk can't pull out just because users all hate him.
• Short thread of careful parsing of the discussion of nuclear war by the Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs.