On their backs were vermiculate patterns that were maps of the world in its becoming. Maps and mazes. Of a thing which could not be put back. Not be made right again. In the deep glens where they lived all things were older than man and they hummed of mystery.
Asking for a refund when you can literally press one button and move along to other music is a little petty...
Fascinating but I’m also left thinking - isn’t tipping with a $2, while legal tender, a tiny bit obnoxious?
Wildly interesting and problematic at the same time.
Fascinating - seeing the relative rise of female white-collar workers is excellent. The article posits some negative externalities, spilling over into larger society, that I don’t necessarily think will happen. Yes, the president was able to tap into white male anger. But among male white-collar workers? That anger and sentiment is far diminished. Regardless, interesting times.
After recent weather and operational issues, Delta is eating a bit of humble pie. Being able to accommodate passengers during irregular oppressions on another airline is key. In times of emergency, the airlines need to play nice with each other (and largely do).
What?! 5G night be the game-changer experts talk about, animating our growing IoT world and bringing true real-time connectivity to cars and refrigerators and blenders and sunglasses. But owned by the government? Hmm
A small placard saying this isn’t for you is going to stop people from using their designated overhead bins on planes? OK probably not gonna work....
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