Favorites August 8th 2022
This was an interesting article, apparently training data just doesn't generally have profile views, and even if it does, it's often hard to extract it. Having them hold their hand in front of their face also works well.
This would be a good idea, California should try it if the federal government won't, it's definitely the right thing to do from an economic standpoint.
This is a pretty big deal, even according to people who are often very cautious about the possibility of charges against Trump. Pro-Trump forum posts have gotten very violent. Renato Mariotti's thread on implications was informative. Strangely the warrant is for mishandling classified documents, which generally doesn't get prosecuted in cases like this, without some other component. The DoJ wouldn't get a warrant like this that isn't expected to result in charges.
Later he quipped: "Anyway this will be fascinating to watch unless we collapse into violence and civil war and stuff". Enforcing rule of law is our only play here, the Republicans have already made it clear where they stand on the subject.
It also means that people who don't have enough income to take full advantage of a tax credit will be able to get the full rebate. It's essentially fully refundable (The seller needs a tax liability to cover with the tax break).
• Long thread with details about how the various tax breaks in the Inflation Reduction Act work. (Like how there's going to be up to $840 in incentives for buying induction stoves)