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Hopefully no one else cuts their plants in half. Experts only… but seriously, in an epistemological sense; many popular topics today are just like talking about the nature of trees.

The universe’s resiliency allows for contradictory stuff to be practical, or at least appear generalizable on the long–tail and convincingly so. Bananas are indeed fascinating.

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Banana trees are kind of invincible. Here’s what happens if you chop a sufficiently radioactive one clean across the mid…

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Not everyone’s tech savvy. But… it’s interesting that deeper discussions around the objectionable nature of A/B testing are never had in these kind of journalistic articles.

Nothing beats plausibly deniable per device phenomena, dynamic article titles, and/or personalized content — the ole slow motion divide and conquer (they saw it, we didn’t).

That article caught my eye because my Internet speed is rotten enough that I’d have never known.

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The miracle man section of this article is nostalgic. The simplicity of scamming (dividing email lists by two recursively) reminded me somewhat of how I was taught to think about the underlying simplicity of critical thinking, which apparently is a meme nowadays.

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