Publish or go home, ramen coins, driving is hard, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2021#27)
Another week, another batch of nice reads. Three more until summer holidays! Let’s start.
Life finds a way
As every month, astonishing bundle of science-related images, with amazing stories behind.
Publish or die
Really happy to see that people are catching up with some of the biggest problems people doing science face: the field is a complete shitshow that chews you until there is nothing left, and then spits you out. All of this allowed by universities, society in general, and based on the fact that you love to do research, so you put up with all that bullshit for years.
Are you eating that?
Curiosity of the week. Apparently, people stopped using tobacco as currency in prisons long ago, and moved to ramen noodles. You can read more about this on the openculture post, and the following video.
We have a problem
Breaking news: Elon Musk is a blabbermouth, exhibit #N
Apple vs the wo… wait, Google vs the world
As expected, we are starting to see more and more scrutiny for big tech companies. After the Epic vs Apple trial (boy that was fun), now we have similar lawsuits going on on Android. Remember, tech companies are evil, no matter their motto.
A lawsuit that ignores choice on Android and Google Play, on google blog
And that’s it for the week. Stay safe!