D Day

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Last night I was awoken several times by what sounded like the end of the world outside our window. M
 
January 20 - Issue #38
M.G. Siegler
Last night I was awoken several times by what sounded like the end of the world outside our window. Massive winds and pounding rain made it sound as if San Francisco might be in the midst of being swallowed up by the sea. Perhaps a fitting segue into today…
D Day. DT Day? DJT Day? I won’t use “our long national nightmare has begun” but only because I’m trying to keep an open mind here. I’d love to be able to keep my head down and just keep doing what I do day-to-day, but I’m just not sure how realistic that is going forward. So instead my goal and mindset is to try to find the upside to every downside I think we’re likely about to see. 
I firmly believe every downside does have an upside if you look hard enough. That thesis may be about to be tested… We’ll see.
At least today gave us this gem

Top of Mind
Thank you – The Obama White House
5ish Links
Michael Mann On Muhammad Ali, Will Smith & His New Cut Of ‘Ali’
Talking AI Disruption With the Man Who Built Google’s ‘Brain’
Why it's taking George R.R. Martin so long to write 'The Winds of Winter'
"Westeros has not developed viable anti-dragon technology..."
500ish Words
Content Finds a Way
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