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1 – Impraise (YC S14) is hiring ambitious sales people in NYC

1 – Impraise (YC S14) is hiring ambitious sales people in NYC 1 point, 0 comments By:steffenmaierSource:http://jobs.impraise.com/

1 – Blockchain and the Internet of Materials: Prospects for Sustainability

1 – Blockchain and the Internet of Materials: Prospects for Sustainability 1 point, 0 comments By:endswapperSource:https://missblockchain.com.au/2018/01/24/blockchain-and-the-internet-of-materials-prospects-for-sustainability/

kthejoker2 comments on “Why driverless cars may mean jams tomorrow”

kthejoker2 comments on “Why driverless cars may mean jams tomorrow” Anyone who commutes in a large city quickly comes to recognize when there has been either a major accident or a higher incident of minor accidents that day. Potentially even hours before, but the ramifications are right there in front of your bumper. And conversely there are days when the stars seem to align and your commute is unusually short

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brlewis comments on “People leave managers, not companies”

brlewis comments on “People leave managers, not companies” As long as you don’t take the story points too seriously, Planning Poker can help avoid misunderstandings about the complexity of a ticket. To be clear, though, “Who got most work done this week?” is not a useful question. link By:brlewisSource:https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=16222403

OneWordSoln comments on “For Bonobos, it pays to have powerful allies”

OneWordSoln comments on “For Bonobos, it pays to have powerful allies” And yet most people still deny it (as evidenced by your being downvoted). Our unique talents also include abstract reasoning and communication as well as advanced tool making, yet most human beings are still acting within the mammalian level of behavior which mostly comprises pack warfare and alpha-dominance seeking, and we are all witness to the disastrous effects those

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kome comments on “Car insurers accused of discriminating against people with Hotmail accounts”

kome comments on “Car insurers accused of discriminating against people with Hotmail accounts” gosh. no, having a hotmail account correlation it doesn’t imply anything at all. is not causation, that’s worth repeating 1000 times. > Hotmail, like [not] smoking, [not] exercising, [not] drinking alcohol, is a choice. lol. link By:komeSource:https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=16222253

singsinger comments on “Why I left Google to join Grab”

singsinger comments on “Why I left Google to join Grab” This is hilarious to me sitting here in Southeast Asia. I see Grab make a mess of their technology every single day. Grab drivers almost always have to call before they make their way over. Software they use to detect fraudulent accounts is laughable. Several people I know have gotten kicked off the app because they traveled for holiday and

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tobltobs comments on “Car insurers accused of discriminating against people with Hotmail accounts”

tobltobs comments on “Car insurers accused of discriminating against people with Hotmail accounts” maybe he has a forward to a usable email account. link By:tobltobsSource:https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=16222250

tonyedgecombe comments on “Building a Lightroom PC”

tonyedgecombe comments on “Building a Lightroom PC” My gut reaction was disabling it is rather silly but then again I can’t remember ever clicking No for security reasons. link By:tonyedgecombeSource:https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=16222248

vidarh comments on “Ursula Le Guin has died”

vidarh comments on “Ursula Le Guin has died” Plenty of communists are far closer to anarchists than to the Stalinists, and historically plenty of people have applied both labels to themselves. E.g. the founder of (left)-libertarianism was an anarcho-communist (Joseph Déjacque) [1], and among early libertarian socialists, you for example would fine some the earliest leading figures in the Socialist League, which counted Eleanor Marx and Friedrich Engels among their

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