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🔊 In this episode of Our Own Devices, host @nandu79 is joined by @jonsvt, the CEO of @vivaldibrowser, to discuss how many browsers track and sell user activity, and how Vivaldi offers an alternative.

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"#vivaldi promotes itself as a leading #browser with faster navigation, clever bookmarking, more intelligent browsing, extensive tab management, and a more visual approach."

How to Install Vivaldi Browser on #openSUSE #Leap15 linuxcapable.com/how-to-instal

Why is this being treated as being breaking news?

CDC admitted a year ago, that on average, people who die with covid have 4 co-mobities.

“Anti vaxer died of coronavirus” is classic confirmation bias.

‍Some things never change! 🤦🤦‍♀️‍♂️

This year (again!) Microsoft came back to its old tricks to get an edge on the competition. Here are some thoughts from the Vivaldi CEO @jonsvt. 👇


Happy Christmas Free Atlantis Family!! One of my childhood favorites.

I love because its basic principles are so powerful and generalisable (ie, it’s not just “about ”).

I started using Greg ’s very popular textbook “Principles of Economics” as a reference a few years ago, and since then I find myself applying its “ten principles of economics” often in everyday life.

This week I learnt that David has been teaching his own “ten pillars of economic wisdom” for decades. Those seem good, too.

So I decided to merge both!

Hereby I present the main insights of economics condensed in fourteen principles of economics. Even if you don’t like econ as a subject, you’d do well to heed these ideas:

👉 In common (Mankiw ≃ Henderson):

  • Rational people think at the margin. ≃ Economic thinking is thinking on the margin.
  • People respond to incentives. ≃ Incentives matter; incentives affect behavior.
  • Trade can make everyone better off. ≃ The only way to create wealth is to move resources from a lower-valued to a higher-valued use. Corollary: both sides gain from exchange.
  • A country’s standard of living depends on its ability to produce goods and services. ≃ The only way to increase a nation’s real income is to increase its real output.
  • Markets are usually a good way to organize economic activity. ≃ Competition is a hardy weed, not a delicate flower.
  • Society faces a short-run trade-off between inflation and unemployment. ≃ Creating jobs is not the same as creating wealth.

👉 Mankiw’s:

  • People face trade-offs.
  • The cost of something is what you give up to get it.
  • Governments can sometimes improve market outcomes.
  • Prices rise when the government prints too much money.

👉 Henderson’s:

  • TANSTAAFL: There ain’t no such thing as a free lunch.
  • Information is valuable and costly, and most information that’s valuable is inherently decentralized.
  • Every action has unintended consequences; you can never do only one thing.
  • The value of a good or a service is subjective.

@Tante_Neel congratulations 🎉 Santa giving out the vaccines 😂😂 wearing a mask!”

How do I end up in every story? —CNN Loved The ‘Kill Shot’ Metaphor Until Fox News’ Jesse Watters Used It Against Fauci thefederalist.com/2021/12/21/c

FDA Releases More Data On "Adverse Reactions" To Pfizer Vaccine

Now, documents released by the FDA reveal that drugmaker Pfizer recorded nearly 160K adverse reactions to its COVID vaccine in the initial months of its rollout.


“1984 for the 21st Century” From NY Times bestselling author Warren Fahy comes a novel of our times as the world teeters on the brink of tech tyranny: amazon.com/Magenta-Novel-Warre

An origin of syphilis documentary from 2017 that gets into the science of how viruses ACTUALLY WORKED prior to covid (when almost the entire scientific establishment "forgot" how viruses really work). I'm planning on using this video later to post on some poor lefty's twt who will still believe all the bs handed to them by the media and corrupt, lying and complicit doctors and scientists. The whole thing is really fascinating but the nitty gritty begins at 39:00. #virus


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