An incredibly gutsy move. /via @eparillon
This obvious conclusion is the result of research into pay disparity and gender, which finds that women’s requirements for more flexible working hours lead to a penalty — but only in professions where there is not a culture of “job sharing”, i.e. having at least two people who can do the same job. From my own perspective, it has implications for working conditions at a startup — if you don’t want to burn out, you have to train somebody else to do everything you do.
Canada’s response to Russia’s ban on “gay propaganda” via Brilliant Ads
Resistant to dedicated miners, built from the outset to support non-currency applications (like securities and contracts) and with constant linear inflation built-in, this solves a lot of the things I think Bitcoin itself lacks. Keep an eye on this.
Go home, JC Penney, you’re drunk.
JC Penney, doin’ it wrong.
You’re crazy. They have it exactly right. They didn’t have to buy an ad, they didn’t even have to come up with original content. All they had to do was add typos to really banal tweets and everyone is talking about them. It’s brilliant.
In short: a nation with an all-volunteer army is, all other things equal, more likely to go to war, since the rich and powerful are usually making the decisions, and the rich and powerful will not have children in a volunteer army, which is usually made up of poorer people.