Chris R

Chris R

  • Commented on Houston: what are the long-term consequences?
    I'm not 100% sure what to expect out of it, but I will note that a sizable percentage of US petroleum processing (I've seen figures as high as 60%) is located both *in* Houston *and* more critically in low-lying areas...
  • Commented on Writer, Interrupted
    The dishonesty of the open plan advocacy is the worst part, in my opinion. I hate that it's sold as a productivity boost when a multitude of studies have shown just the opposite. We know it's about money. Don't bullshit...
  • Commented on Marking time, more thoughts
    I keep getting the nagging sense that a "basic income" is missing the forest for the trees; a post-scarcity and/or post-labour economy is likely to be so different from the current status quo that even concepts like "income" are not...
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