Was neues gelernt: Neben dem Bechdel-Test für Filme gibt es auch den Finkbeiner-Test für Artikel über Wissenschaftlerinnen:
"To pass the test, an article about a female scientist must not mention:
That she is a woman
Her husband's job
Her childcare arrangements
How she nurtures her underlings
How she was taken aback by the competitiveness in her field
How she is a role model for other women
How she's the "first woman to..."
There is so much information I would like to consume and so little time. My pod catcher has constantly more than 80 episodes in the inbox, it’s the same with RSS reader.
I also don’t won’t read and listen for the sake of consumption, I want to remember and learn. Didn’t find a solution yet for this problem
I stumbled about this visualization which displays how much micro plastic we eat, kind of shocking https://graphics.reuters.com/ENVIRONMENT-PLASTIC/0100B4TF2MQ/index.html
I have 3 basic rules and 4 "consumption questions," i.e. questions I need to answer to myself before bying something:
# Basic rules
1. Buy everything 2nd-hand.
2. Don't by things (in part or entirely) made of plastic or animal products.
3. check the "consumption questions." (see below)
# Consumption questions
1. Do I need it?
2. What do I need it for?
3. Do I need to own it, or can I borrow it?
4. Can I also get it 2nd-hand? (see above)
The only correct name for a world in #Minecraft can be “make buildworld”
network engineer, mostly maintaining personal layer 8
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