One of the progenitors of ska punk, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones.
"Feel-Good Friday: An Uber Driver Goes Above and Beyond for One Passenger, and Gets Recognized for His Efforts"
This is a nice story.
Interesting 34-minute YouTube profile of the amazing Mr. Rubin.
Past about age 50, this is where I've been.
Raleigh second only to Austin. (And who wants to live in a "blueberry in the tomato soup"?)
Just in case anyone needs a reminder.
When I was a kid a majority--maybe a large majority--of science-fiction celebrated "the pursuit of positive aims in the face of adversity". Now it is a minor, heterodox sub-genre. Sigh.
Noted economist Emily Oster reviews a recent review. She ends with an unremarkable conclusion: "In the end, the 'best' diet is one that will let you happily maintain an overall lower calorie intake."
I wonder about the accuracy of the reporting, but nonetheless find it interesting that Raleigh is tied for third.
The inimitable Thunderf00t reminds us of all the things that Elon Musk has said that haven't proven true, at least not yet. (40-minute video.)
Related: "Robocars.com gives Tesla Full Self Driving (FSD) "Beta" an "F" with bad sample ride." (15-minute video.)