Nobody Cares: All the mental energy that you use to elaborate your misery would be far better used trying to find the one, seemingly impossible way out of your current mess. It’s best to spend zero time on what you could have done and all of your time on what you might do. Because in the end, nobody cares, just run your company.
Notes on DataFrame - I think author’s central thesis/fear is misplaced, and rust may have something do with it.
Apple’s Scary Buying Power And The Woman Who Named It: The term “monopoly,” which is derived from Ancient Greek, had long been used to describe the power a company had when it was the single seller of something. She wanted to name its inverse — the power a firm had when it was the single buyer of something. – Companies buy labor from workers.
Cambodian genocide: was carried out by Khmer Rouge under the leadership of Pol Pot, who radically pushed Cambodia towards communism. The movement resulted in the deaths of approximately 1.5 to 2 million people from 1975 to 1979, nearly a quarter of Cambodia’s 1975 population (c. 7.8 million).
long read: emergence of life: The aim of this article is to provide the reader with an overview of the different possible scenarios for the emergence of life, to critically assess them and, according to the conclusions we reach, to analyze whether similar processes could have been conducive to independent origins of life on the several icy moons of the Solar System.
The Basecamp Guide to Internal Communication: “Writing solidifies, chat dissolves.” “Speaking only helps who’s in the room, writing helps everyone.” “If your words can be perceived in different ways, they’ll be understood in the way which does the most harm.”