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carsongross comments on “A New Social Contract with Basic Income”

> How exactly do you convince a nation which already isn’t willing to pay for healthcare to pay for basic income, too?

Fun fact!

Did you know that the US spends more per capita on socialized medicine (that is, excluding private spending) than any other country in the world except Norway? Sounds crazy, I know.

But it’s true:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_total_hea…

In fact, the US spends more in socialized medicine per capita than many countries spend in total. France, the UK and Japan, for example.

There are not enough palms for a face of this size.


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elteto comments on “Build2 – A C++ Build Toolchain and Package Manager”

As a new cmake user these two presentations have been essential in getting started with “modern cmake”:

[0] http://thetoeb.de/2016/08/30/modern-cmake-presentation/

[1] https://www.slideshare.net/DanielPfeifer1/cmake-48475415

And this blog post also has some good stuff:

[2] https://rix0r.nl/blog/2015/08/13/cmake-guide/


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https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=14269257

elteto comments on “Build2 – A C++ Build Toolchain and Package Manager”

As a new cmake user these two presentations have been essential in getting started with “modern cmake”:

[0] http://thetoeb.de/2016/08/30/modern-cmake-presentation/

[1] https://www.slideshare.net/DanielPfeifer1/cmake-48475415

And this blog post also has some good stuff:

[2] https://rix0r.nl/blog/2015/08/13/cmake-guide/


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elteto

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https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=14269257

elteto comments on “Build2 – A C++ Build Toolchain and Package Manager”

As a new cmake user these two presentations have been essential in getting started with “modern cmake”:

[0] http://thetoeb.de/2016/08/30/modern-cmake-presentation/

[1] https://www.slideshare.net/DanielPfeifer1/cmake-48475415

And this blog post also has some good stuff:

[2] https://rix0r.nl/blog/2015/08/13/cmake-guide/


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elteto

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https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=14269257

elteto comments on “Build2 – A C++ Build Toolchain and Package Manager”

As a new cmake user these two presentations have been essential in getting started with “modern cmake”:

[0] http://thetoeb.de/2016/08/30/modern-cmake-presentation/

[1] https://www.slideshare.net/DanielPfeifer1/cmake-48475415

And this blog post also has some good stuff:

[2] https://rix0r.nl/blog/2015/08/13/cmake-guide/


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elteto

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https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=14269257

_nullspace comments on “Soylent Closes $50M Series B Round Led by GV”

I recently tried Ample Original and AmpleX, and I like Ample Original quite a bit. The only other product I’ve tried is from Super Body Fuel, though that one had a pretty different macronutrient profile and required some preparation.

I agree that the focus on nutrition is a huge benefit. In addition, I appreciate the transparency of the company and what seems to be a desire to iterate and improve on their product. Today, they announced a few small tweaks to their formula and released a “change log” (their choice of word) detailing the reasons behind their choices.

Do you personally feel any physically different or have noticed any health improvements upon switching to Ample from Soylent?


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_nullspace

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https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=14269256

_nullspace comments on “Soylent Closes $50M Series B Round Led by GV”

I recently tried Ample Original and AmpleX, and I like Ample Original quite a bit. The only other product I’ve tried is from Super Body Fuel, though that one had a pretty different macronutrient profile and required some preparation.

I agree that the focus on nutrition is a huge benefit. In addition, I appreciate the transparency of the company and what seems to be a desire to iterate and improve on their product. Today, they announced a few small tweaks to their formula and released a “change log” (their choice of word) detailing the reasons behind their choices.

Do you personally feel any physically different or have noticed any health improvements upon switching to Ample from Soylent?


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_nullspace

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https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=14269256

_nullspace comments on “Soylent Closes $50M Series B Round Led by GV”

I recently tried Ample Original and AmpleX, and I like Ample Original quite a bit. The only other product I’ve tried is from Super Body Fuel, though that one had a pretty different macronutrient profile and required some preparation.

I agree that the focus on nutrition is a huge benefit. In addition, I appreciate the transparency of the company and what seems to be a desire to iterate and improve on their product. Today, they announced a few small tweaks to their formula and released a “change log” (their choice of word) detailing the reasons behind their choices.

Do you personally feel any physically different or have noticed any health improvements upon switching to Ample from Soylent?


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_nullspace

Source:
https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=14269256

_nullspace comments on “Soylent Closes $50M Series B Round Led by GV”

I recently tried Ample Original and AmpleX, and I like Ample Original quite a bit. The only other product I’ve tried is from Super Body Fuel, though that one had a pretty different macronutrient profile and required some preparation.

I agree that the focus on nutrition is a huge benefit. In addition, I appreciate the transparency of the company and what seems to be a desire to iterate and improve on their product. Today, they announced a few small tweaks to their formula and released a “change log” (their choice of word) detailing the reasons behind their choices.

Do you personally feel any physically different or have noticed any health improvements upon switching to Ample from Soylent?


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_nullspace

Source:
https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=14269256

indytechcook comments on “Ask HN: Did your life as a parent affected your life as a developer?”

The phrase “Having kids changes everything” is true.

I have 3 kids (8, 4 and 2). When I reflect on the past 8 years my most enjoyable experiences have been first with the kids, wife and friends.

I took steps to work from home after my first child was born. This has allowed me to work at a high demand start up and spend quality time with my family. Now I get to take “wrestle breaks.” Best 20 minutes of my day.

Kids coupled with dieing grandparents help you to think about the big picture. I will not be one of those people on their deathbed wishing I spent more time with my family. Know what you have before you lose it.


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