Which countries are most densely populated?
LibreOffice Personal Edition, and making sure the developers get paid https://lwn.net/Articles/825598/
Debugging an airplane
Some thoughts on who we are
U.S. Air Force Retires Its Vintage Nuclear Command Floppy Disk System
The Game of Snakes
Decarbonizing transport - a government consultation https://bettertransport.org.uk/blog/better-transport/have-your-say-on-decarbonisation #ukpol #climatechange
Thunder and lightning! Volunteers detect the radio bursts that lightning produces to make this map. https://www.lightningmaps.org/
Given recent events in Belarus and Hong Kong, it might be a good time to set up a Tor Bridge https://community.torproject.org/relay/setup/bridge/
Ceres, the dwarf planet in the asteroid belt, has water under the surface - although it may be a bit muddy and salty. https://www.theguardian.com/science/2020/aug/10/planet-ceres-ocean-world-sea-water-beneath-surface #space
Mentos and Cola at Various Altitudes
Are Uber and Lyft Increasing Traffic Deaths?
Cliff Stoll's Klein bottles https://youtu.be/-k3mVnRlQLU?list=PLt5AfwLFPxWJeBhzCJ_JXdaIXi_YJl7Bh #math
Misconceptions in Astronomical History
Finally someone suggests replacing Stamp Duty with Capital Gains Tax on houses. Stamp Duty is a tax on moving to a different part of the country - it's a tax on opportunity. https://www.theguardian.com/business/nils-pratley-on-finance/2020/jul/24/heres-an-idea-that-could-earn-the-government-400bn-in-25-years #ukpol
A review of a book about a book
Cyberspace, cybersecurity, cybermen, cybereverything https://www.spacerogue.net/wordpress/?p=655
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