How I Decide is a non-profit aimed at teaching children how to make better decisions.
The UK's Goldsmith College LGBTQ+ society twitter account explains that "gulags" were just misunderstood re-education camps, and a good idea for TERFs. (My guess is that students have been saying nonsense like this since the beginning of time, but now it gets to be retweeted by shocked bystanders.)
Google's historical Newspaper archive, from simpler times.
Filecoin, the system for paying for decentralised data storage on IPFS, has an update, with video demos and more information on their proof-of-replication plans.
Cedilleum, a minimalist formal-proof/functional language for Ethereum, a new lambda-based calculus to go with it, plus a dApp browser written in Rust. Is Victor Maia having an annus mirabilus or is this all a dead end?
The Gunrun Backpack. A suggested set-up for live mobile streaming. €2000 but could be - will be - cheaper.
How provisions against hate speech in international human rights law were pushed almost exclusively by the Soviet regimes. Note, from the Hoover Institute: might be one-sided in its assessment.
A visitor to Rojava comments on their commune system of political organization. Note, biased in the opposite direction.
"I worked with Avital Ronell". A graduate backs up accusations of harassment and a culture of indulgence around the NYU scholar who was defended in a letter signed by Judith Butler and Slavoj Žižek. (Judith Butler has since revised her statement).
Fomo3D is a game on the Ethereum blockchain where the last person to pay money before a timer goes to zero wins the pot. The timer resets every time someone pays money. Thanks to a number of bots playing, the pot grew to three million dollars, before it was apparently won by a human playing a smarter game.
Wil Wheaton gets pushed off a Mastodon instance by people reporting him as anti-trans.
Counting people in line for Shake Shack in New York using machine learning.