Thursday, November 10, 2022

Friday Links!

Have a great weekend, everyone.

This is terrific and I always wanted to see a reverse version of "My Fair Lady," personally: ‘It was exciting to create these beastly, huge, grotesque women’: the authors gender-swapping the Greek myths.

Following up from yesterday (from Defector, which is fantastic): Crypto Is Running Out Of Dominoes.

From Wally, and it's so strange: 10 Of The Most Unintentionally Creepy Old TV Adverts of all time.

From C. Lee, and this is downright alarming: Pure Incompetence: $5,000 Pre-Built Gaming PC Filled with Mistakes (Skytech Mark 9). I feel like there's an obvious answer to this question: The Rise of Power: Are CPUs and GPUs Becoming Too Energy Hungry? I feel like this will be widespread soon: AI helping Japan convenience stores profit from reduced waste. Someone should have realized this sooner (a lot sooner): There's a Big Problem With Countries' Plans to Plant More Trees. This could be huge: Why Pfizer’s RSV vaccine success is a big deal, decades in the making. This is a fascinating read; The Remains of Maryland-In-Africa. The photographs in this story are amazing: The Snow Cruiser-Antarctica’s Abandoned Behemoth. This is a terrific read: A Spirit of Trust: Prisoners Make a Miracle Return.

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