The Copenhagen Interpretation of Ethics says that when you observe or interact with a problem in any way, you can be blamed for it. At the very least, you are to blame for not doing more. Even if you don’t make the problem worse, even if you make it slightly better, the ethical burden of the problem falls on you as soon as you observe it. In particular, if you interact with a problem and benefit from it, you are a complete monster. I don’t subscribe to this school of thought, but it seems pretty popular.
Zooko, famously of Zooko's Triangle says "This is a great upgrade to the original Pet Names paper!! Everyone who works on decentralized systems and/or social networks should read this! ❤️"
Can't get better praise than someone famous for analyzing naming properties talking about your paper about naming things!
“My Daughters’ Mum Part 1” by Natasha Badhwar -
Listen to the children, I remind myself. It is the least we owe to the people who are always listening to us.
Wait. What did I just say there? Children don’t listen to us! This is the complaint every parent seems to have. Yet, when I look at our kids looking at us, I feel like I can hear the laser scanner in their brain going wzzz-wzzz as it copies everything it sees and hears.
It is not easy to listen to children. Our patriarchal family setup has taught us that they are not supposed to matter. We are meant to train and mould them into proper human beings. We expect resistance, as if they are a lower form of life. Their innocence and clear-eyed insights are misconstrued for a lack of intelligence.”
now’s the time to migrate your friends and family over to signal or @session!
quick, before whatsapp returns to dns!
what colour shall we have today?
depends on how i feel you say consult your research on the media sea blue will calm my hysteria
i replaced it with a nokia 6.1 plus, which is close to EOL for security updates. replaced my mi a1 (when it was EOL'd) with the nokia 7.2, and nokia has slipped on the android 11 update there by at least five months. if only the pixels were cheap.