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Is there such a thing as a Continuous Cortisol Monitor? I feel I could do with a graph and alerts to quantify exactly how overstressed I am. Data solves everything doesn't it?


You must remember to take regular breaks when working from home to avoid the #coronavirus #covid19, so hereโ€™s some entertainment for you on your break ๐Ÿ˜†

You can thank me later ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ


If tabletop simulator could update to 64-bit so it'll run on Catalina, that would be great right about now.

Coronavirus Tech Handbook - resources for techies who want to help out 

"The Coronavirus Tech Handbook (CTH) has quickly become a huge and important resource.

For ideas how the tech community can help, the CTH has listed many responses to the crisis, under subjects including: datasets, infographics, models & forecasting, fighting mis/disinformation, tools for scientists, doctors and nurses, volunteering and organising..."

Discovered via TechForUK:

enlightenment levels are 39% and falling

(39%) โ– โ– โ– โ–กโ–กโ–กโ–กโ–กโ–กโ–ก

Companies: unless you are delivering me critical information or giving me something for free, you don't need to email me your advertising disguised as "what we're doing about "

Yay, PensionBee are working on a fully fossil-fuel-free plan! Nice work on listening to customers!

Newspeak House is collating things that technologists could do to help with - if you know of anything, or want to work on something, take a look:

Starting a Marxist polka band called To Each Accordion To His Needs

I make the same mistake typing in my PGP passphrase so often that I should just change it to the "wrong" one.

My terminal is like a weird text adventure.

> be rake
> be cucumber

You have been eaten by a grue.


Oh good, the minister who will represent us at COP26 is a strong supporter of airport expansion. Well done everyone.

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