A space for mostly short form stuff and responses to things I see elsewhere.
The swifts are back.
Just put the finishing touches on tomorrow's Eat This Newsletter, a definite bus-stop edition. Sign up at https://
New edition of Eat This Newsletter, throwing shade on citrons in Italy and biocrusts in Arizona, not to mention Greek inflation busters, sustainability commitments and a look beyond coronation quiche. Read it at https://
Ghosted on Apple TV+ is a very entertaining romp.
Matt Webb refuses to normalise milk from cows, and has some fun observations about how to specify the "milk" in his flat whites and regional variations in London. I don't take any "milk" in most of the coffee I drink, so not an issue for me.
This a very useful estimate, because I never really have a clue how much mobile data I am using. ½GB a day is probably a good guide.
This is the exact opposite of my experience, as a certified old fart. I learned to code Fortran on an IBM 370, then we got PDPs and I embraced Basic and later a bit of assembler. Then went dormant for a while so I missed everything. Now catching up.
I wonder what it would take to adapt the WithKnown Twitter plugin to use V2 of the API? Might need to look into that before throwing in the towel completely.
It has been a very long time since my last refereed paper was published, but here we are again. What is Wrong with Biofortification makes the case that staples with enhanced levels of micronutrient are not a good way to tackle micronutrient deficiencies. https://
A battle lost to protect the privacy of website visitors.