It's kind of amazing that the D cell was first introduced in 1898
While the chemistry and internals are different now, I think it may be the oldest battery size still in widespread use. Actually, I can't think of an older one still being made by the millions
You can even get LiFePO4 batteries as D cells now. Quite a long way from the dry piles of yesteryear
As Uber and others try to take California's Prop 22 beyond the state and beyond the US a win like this is a very good thing. https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2021/02/uk-supreme-court-says-uber-drivers-are-not-independent-contractors/
I am Catholic and this is one of the strangest and creepiest tweets I've ever seen. https://twitter.com/NSAGov/status/1362075668809449472
Here's a good story to make you feel a little better about humanity this afternoon. https://abc7chicago.com/10353603/?ex_cid=TA_WLS_TW&taid=602fec5a7bfe4100012278ab
Thinking about women at MIT having to put plants in their office to ward off Richard Stallman
#Mac folks: Parallels has a wild bundle deal with a ton of other apps like Fantastical, 1Password, Pocket, and more. https://www.parallels.com/products/desktop/buy/?cjevent=8c2a1732720611eb80c0006b0a1c0e14&utm_source=CJ&utm_medium=AFFILIATES
Here's the longer history of initial jobless claims from https://tradingeconomics.com/united-states/jobless-claims showing just how bad the current numbers are.
If I was going to work for an agency again Human Made would be at the top of my list for places I would want to work. Their currently looking for engineers and more so, if you're in the market, they're definitely worth checking out. https://humanmade.com/hiring/
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