This seems like the obvious interpretation of the state of the US economy. Why is this wrong?

michael-hudson.com/2018/09/the

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A cry of “fake news” is making the rounds concerning the Chinese supplychain attack against Supermicro reported by Bloomberg.

Bloomberg reports all official statements (nationstates & corporations) deny the attack.

Supply Chain Attacks are feasible (tough but feasible) and make logical sense. Plenty of motive for plenty of actors.

If it is widespread, there’s plenty of opportunity for corroboration.

Time to crack open your own #Supermicro and have a look see!

#infosec #hacking

I just ordered an RPLidar A2. I bet a solid state 2D lidar for under $50 will come out next year. I better actually do something with this one before that happens.

seeedstudio.com/RPLiDAR-A2M8-3

@kristina Here's an interesting comparison of a randomized controlled trial with an observational analysis: youtube.com/watch?v=gtUYKGz1v-

@kristina Apparently Boston was going to fix school start times but didn't due to popular protest.

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@nbering @Laurelai

Azure IP stack does not cover the FAT patents.

Microsoft is RIGHT NOW taking major legal actions against companies for selling digital cameras which implement FAT.

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so now Cloudflare:
- hosts website's DNS
- reverse-proxies websites
- runs a DNS over HTTPS resolver
- runs an IPFS gateway

Is it just me, or are they positioning themselves to be able to MITM everything?

More stories of irregular elections / ballot tampering in the United States: youtube.com/watch?v=lYXvLb_fhP

After all the dumb things the EU has decided this week, at least they're getting one thing right: dw.com/en/eu-to-stop-changing-

Interesting thought: "Free will" is a bad model of the world, and targeted propaganda exposes the weaknesses of that model. theguardian.com/books/2018/sep

Here's an interesting discussion of how moving off centralized platforms in response to their reprehensible actions doesn't really work out:

slatestarcodex.com/2015/07/22/

I have a new mathematical model for evaluating investments. It says that mailing me cash in an envelope will give you the best returns. youtube.com/watch?v=TQHs8SA1qp

youtube.com/watch?v=wnZKKvG5rQ

The "market based" health care system in the US costs an extra $6000/family/year for bureaucracy compared to the Canadian system.

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