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Saturday links: t-shirt brands
By abnormalreturns on Mar 18, 2023 09:06 am
Why it makes sense to float solar panels in reservoirs.
How data center heat could be used to heat swimming pools.
The EPA is set to limit 'forever chemicals' in drinking water.
Debunking the 'natural' explanations for rising global temperatures.
Why so many of Canada's tornadoes go unseen.
California ski resorts are seeing snow up to their ski lifts.
Conditions are changing so quickly that forests can't keep up.
Americans are increasingly choosing cremation over burial. Composting comes next.
Why doesn't the U.S. recycle batteries?
Did you know lions prowled North America for millennia before going extinct?
The Maine Lobstermen's Association is suing the Monterey Bay Aquarium for defamation.
How eating invasive Asian carp could help keep their populations in check.
What genetics tell us about the domestication of the donkey.
Squid thrive in warmer water, and the oceans are getting warmer.
Squid fishing is booming and largely unregulated.
Do we really want 'squid farms'?
Does Tim Cook really want to launch a new risky product line before he leaves Apple ($AAPL)?
Passwords are flawed and these company policies make them worse.
Uno is a new entrant to the password game.
3-D printing is thriving in these industries.
Ketamine Wellness Centers has abruptly shuttered.
Teen mental health issues started before the introduction of the smartphone.
The evidence for seasonal depression is weaker than you think.
Just how stable are personalities over time?
Six things to increase your attention span including 'the downside of interruptions.'
How to show up for someone in crisis.
Some evidence puts SARS-CoV-2 in raccoon dogs in the Wuhan wet market in January 2020.
Don't kid yourself. There is plenty we still don't know about Covid-19.
Paxlovid is headed toward full FDA approval.
What we know, and don't, about long Covid.
How to prepare for the next pandemic including a 'CDC reset.'
Pandemics end when people stop paying attention.
The FDA has approved a new nasal spray as a rapid treatment for migraine pain in adults.
Novo Nordisk ($NVO) has cut prices for insulin.
Sanofi-Aventis ($SNY) is also capping insulin prices.
Statin takers now have an alternative.
Why finding causality in health data is challenging.
Research shows 'watchful waiting' is a proven approach to prostate cancer.
Is saliva the future of cancer detection?
Why it doesn't make sense to treat a mild fever.
The norovirus is nasty and hard to avoid.
Weight Watchers ($WW) is shifting its focus as it closes locations and embraces obesity drugs.
Americans are losing interest in the Instant Pot.
More evidence in favor of the Mediterranean diet.
Don't think that being a pescetarian is cost-free.
America has a sandwich problem.
Cable news viewers are shifting their viewing from evenings to afternoons.
Movie theaters are redesigning their seating and offerings to attract moviegoers.
The NBA is looking for big jumps in their new media rights deals.
Why reaching the Champions League is so important for EPL franchises.
Joe Pompliano talks with DraftKings ($DKNG) CEO Jason Robins.
Like the NFL, MLB takes a dim view of its retirees.
Earlier on Abnormal Returns
Why seemingly impossible things happen all the time.
What you missed in our Friday linkfest.
Podcast links: third places.
Don’t waste your emotional capital investing out of spite.
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How GPT-4 is an upgrade over ChatGPT.
Why we will still value human made art.
On the 25th anniversary of kottke.org.
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Podcast links: third places
Thursday links: governing the rest
Longform links: combating burnout
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