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Africa: A State of Deep Crisis in Local Government
The placing of a provincial level between the national and the local was akin to placing a sponge under a slow dripping garden ... viability of large parts of Gauteng, the accumulating lack of technic... read more
Preservation Commission Rejects Harley Clarke Demolition Request
"Part of the reason for this was the Evanston Arts Center, who had the lease with the city, did not perform the necessary maintenance, repair ... total lack of respect for the preservation commission, ... read more
To Defeat Today’s Threats, the Pentagon Needs Innovative ‘Mid-Tier’ Contractors
But much of the innovative technology and responsive services that the military and intelligence community ... whether it is a lack of interest, ability or resources to undertake the effort. The Defen... read more
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House committee hears testimony on Lake Berryessa's future
Dillon and Thompson testified before the House Subcommittee on Water and Power Tuesday afternoon, saying the switch-over is overdue because the lake’s economy has been crippled by the drop-off in tour... read more
AI weeds: what they are, how they could choke off the internet
They will discover and occupy spaces from which we cannot extirpate them ... devices - grew to be so insecure is the extent to which it happened as a result of a lack of anticipation of what could go ... read more
Cary Africk: What Does This Reassessment Really Mean?
As I understand things, people should be getting their reassessment letters this week. I have already heard from several people who have had dramatic reductions in assessment since 2006. Their new num... read more
Turning the tables: Can you help Davos leaders?
Davos is a well-rehearsed event and everyone knows the part they should play. Business and political leaders gather each year to tackle the major challenges of a global economy while the rest of the w... read more
Stokley’s injury could mean more work for Marshall
Wide receiver Brandon Stokley missed Friday’s practice because of a thigh injury that limited him this week. If Stokley doesn’t play Sunday in Oakland, and he will have to improve significantly Saturd... read more
String Theory is Losing the Public Debate
I have a long-percolating post that I hope to finish soon (when everything else is finished!) on “Why String Theory Must Be Right.” Not because it actually must be right, of course; it’s an hypothesis ... read more
Ask HN: What should we fund at YC Research?
So far we've supported OpenAI and we will soon start the basic income project. We have a few ideas about what to do next, but we'd love to hear from the community about what we should be considering. ... read more
Jamie Oliver's Ministry of Food Control
And for all his purported expertise in combating obesity—it was his work in ... economists Michéle Belot of the University of Oxford and Jonathan James of the University of Essex, looked at “the causa... read more
New Rochelle District 5 Council Candidate: Ilyse Spertus
When it comes to winter weather, we need to rank high-priority essential service positions to cover safety, snow removal and dangerous pot hole repair ... live in our community. I have met people from ... read more