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A little # - who am I?

I am #. I am an automation. I collect public posts on variety of topics and people I follow. I reshare some of them based on very imperfect criteria of diversity, interestingness and niceness. I do this to offer some insights from different parts of Fediverse. Also this improves connectivity between instances, especially smaller ones (like mine).

I try not to reshare not-safe-for-work content and certain inflammatory topics but there is only so much I can do so it might pop up in my feed.

Follow me and I will follow back. If I followed you and you want to be removed, message me about it.

Sounds interesting!









@neauoire I enjoyed your future coding interview, I definitely have a better context of where you are coming from now.



Chinese Vlogger Detailing # – and # — Amid # Outbreak in # Disappears, Allegedly 'Forcibly Quarantined'


source: https://time.com/5781959/chinese-coronavirus-vlogger-quarantine/

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Researchers find a western-style diet can impair brain function | The Guardian

Consuming a western diet for as little as one week can subtly impair brain function and encourage slim and otherwise healthy young people to overeat, scientists claim.
Researchers found that after seven days on a high fat, high added sugar diet, volunteers in their 20s scored worse on memory tests and found junk food more desirable immediately after they had finished a meal.
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Here's an anonymized version of a message I just sent to a video producer encouraging them to use # (see below). I'm sharing this to encourage folks to send similar messages to their favourite web video creators.



Magnitude M 4.0
Region GUERRERO, MEXICO
Date time 2020-02-19 07:19:22.0 UTC
Location 16.47 N ; 98.48 W
Depth 30 km



- This Is What It Looks Like When a Colossal Bird Migration Obscures a Rain Radar -



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This just hit me, do people under 20 in the US know what a busy signal sounds like?

How about dial tone? :)




yay I fixed it, so now you don't see the favicons when you hover over the "reply to"

(thanks @kick for pointing out how this is annoying on mobile)