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Jeremy Cherfas

Pleased, in a nerdy way, that tomorrow's podcast episode, in which I chat with a chef and teacher in Aoteora, will go out on a day when we all will have almost the same times for sunrise and sunset.

Jeremy Cherfas

You may be doing it wrong.





Jeremy Cherfas

Oh, they're probably coded items to buy young people. Note that the right-hand item offers both addresses and birthdays, hiding right there in plain sight.





Jeremy Cherfas

Test reply because @chrisaldrich was getting an error. Might be OK with reply but not webmention, so will test that next.

Jeremy Cherfas

New edition of Eat This Newsletter up at https://buttondown.email/jeremycherfas/archive/eat-this-newsletter-134-dated/ with input from @IKershner, @lindsmiddleton, @National_Ag_Lib, @jennywrenwatts, @gherkinstomato and others.

Jeremy Cherfas

One of the stranger aspects of RSS feeds is when a long dormant site springs back into life. Usually, I'm glad. This time, I'm not sure what to make of the fact that Freakonomicsbook.com is now in the hands of someone else.

Jeremy Cherfas

TIL that only 5% of podcasts have been updated in the past 90 days ... and mine was one of them

https://podcastindex.org/

Jeremy Cherfas

Replied to a post on jmac.org :

The alternative book page at micro.blog is a more interesting to a straight Amazon link, but I do not understand how a new book finds its way onto that list.





Jeremy Cherfas

New edition of Eat This Newsletter up at https://buttondown.email/jeremycherfas/archive/eat-this-newsletter-133-entirely-whole/ with thanks to @bittman @PhilMagowa_n @vidya83 @IsaRossellini and many others.

Jeremy Cherfas

I still have questions: Were there forms of human in South America before the slave trade?

What fevers did local people use bark to cure?

Iā€™m sure there is an answer. I just have not been able to find it. Someone ā€” anyone ā€” please help.