Favorites December 14th 2022
I did not expect this to work on so many angles.
And here's an excerpt about how much better the one automated US port has been handling high traffic volumes.
Seems bad if you like remote work. He also referenced some older paper, a study of scientists working remotely: remote teams on projects going well did even better, but ones on failing projects handled the situation even worse remotely.
If you're unfamiliar with IEA's renewable growth projections, they undershoot every year, and not by a small amount.
I've heard Tim Lee talk about this subject a lot, but this version of his point is the most succinct I've heard yet.
• Short thread covering Europe's chip capabilities. TL;DR: they're good at making the machines that make the chips, and the capabilities are spread out over the entire region