Favorites March 17th 2022
In the end, the Wall Street Journal got it right. Facebook and Twitter didn't want to be responsible for "influencing an election" but it's not like people didn't hear about it.
Santa Clara county wastewater isn't showing anything yet, but I'll be keeping an eye on it now.
OMG, this is totally ridiculous as a way to pass legislation. Secret congress to the max.
This is good news! And it's not just their english language programming.
That call between Xi and Biden is going to be very important.
Holy shit, this sounds terrifying, I really hope they find some way to declare 'victory' and give up soon. Hopefully loss of Chinese support is enough of a shock. Because their conventional strength is definitely falling, they've lost about 1500 vehicles so far.
Something tells me the photo from 2000 was not originally black & white.
• Long thread about West coast tech companies working on hardware, lots of interesting details.
• Given that Taiwan seems to be more resistant to Chinese rule than ever, Tim Lee wonders whether the solution could be to setup a system with Xi as a titular head of state of Taiwan with no power. Like the Queen in Canada.