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This week on the Lindy Newsletter I discussed spending some time in Venice and vacation in general.
Google to Buy New York City Office Building for $2.1B. I think this makes sense. Focus on providing offices in major urban areas for people who want an urban lifestyle, and then offer remote work for people who don't.
Nobody talks about how many people go missing in national parks. It’s more than you think. This is the story of one man who got lost.
The biblical story of the city of Sodom could be based on a real story. A comet from space destroyed Tall el-Hammam, a Bronze Age city in Jordan Valley. Sometimes we forget a meteor can take us all out any time.
The Michelin Star rating system is still relevant today. It was huge in the 90s before the age of Yelp or other food review websites. It is still something that can make a restaurant richer. Here is an interview with an ex-Michelin Star reviewer.
Newly discovered fossil footprints show humans were living in North America 23,000 years ago—thousands of years earlier than many scientists believed.
Imagine saving all you life to see Paris and you see it wrapped inside of a trash bag.
Many modern American cities that were built before the car resembled their European counterparts.
A 5-Day Fast Improves Longevity Biomarkers in Humans. One of the biomarkers that was improved (reduced) was insulin, which is a Hallmark of Longevity
This has been low key one of the largest changes in history that is under discussed. What if there is side effects?
The world is less stable than you think. No one really knows what’s going on with the climate. But we all kind of harbor a stability fallacy.
Crocodiles today look the same as they did 200 million years ago - new research strongly suggests crocodilians have remained unchanged for such a very long time because they have landed upon an equilibrium state that does not require them to change often.