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A serendipitous visual juxtaposition from the front page of WIRED today:
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2020/9/10Things that have recently happened in the US: Wildfires blazed across the West Coast, burning several million acres and setting the sky a hellish orange; it emerged that one of the fires was started
Two years ago:
2019/10/31As of today, I have lived in Stockholm for a year. A year ago, I arrived at Arlanda on a one-way flight from London, with two checked bags and carry-on luggage; I caught the train to
Five years ago:
2016/11/14As the US counts down the days to the inauguration of President Trump, some voices in the technology industry are calling for the industry to start scrubbing user data , before the new government's surveillance apparatus
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