- A majority of Australians would welcome a universal basic income, survey finds - ABC News:
Nearly two-thirds of Australians say they would support the introduction of a universal basic income (UBI), according to a new poll.
- You know the outbreak is serious when... Sydney to Hobart yacht race cancelled due to NSW coronavirus outbreak - ABC News
- Inside Ballarat's tunnel gallery, where great art and high risk collide in the dark - ABC News
3D printed building that reached full certification in Germany (note - video sponsored by the builders, so you know, grain of salt with the big claim)
- Cyberpunk 2077: how 2020's biggest video game launch turned into a shambles | Games | The Guardian:
Cyberpunk 2077’s creators have issued a series of apologies and promises to make things right. It might seem impossible that a game this prominent, that’s been in development for this long, with such a lot of money behind it (game studio owners I’ve spoken to estimate that it cost more than £300m to make), could launch in such a state. It certainly points towards problems at CD Projekt, whose staff must surely be exhausted after months of overtime during the pandemic; the game had already been delayed twice since April to allow more time for improvement.Anyone who works in software can tell you how this tune goes. There was a deadline, it wasn't ready, they launched anyway.
- Exceptionally well-preserved snack bar unearthed in Pompeii | Italy | The Guardian:
Researchers said on Saturday they had discovered a frescoed thermopolium or fast-food counter in an exceptional state of preservation in Pompeii.
- Ten reasons we got Covid-19 vaccines so quickly without 'cutting corners' | Coronavirus | The Guardian:
some are about good planning, some good science and some just good luck
- Feel drained after a year of Zoom meetings? There's brain science behind that fatigue - ABC News
- U-Haul Has A Thing For Renovating Historic Buildings Into Giant Storage Complexes, aka 'adaptive reuse'.
- Robin Williams's widow: 'There were so many misunderstandings about what had happened to him' | Film | The Guardian:
After Williams died, it was widely reported that he had been suffering from depression, alcoholism, or both. To Schneider, this shows “how we as a culture don't have the vocabulary to discuss brain disease in the way we do about depression. Depression is a symptom of LBD and it's not about psychology – it's rooted in neurology. His brain was falling apart.”
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