In spite of its long and successful history, TCP is a poor trans- port protocol for modern datacenters. Every significant ele- ment of TCP, from its stream orientation to its requirement of in-order packet delivery, is wrong for the datacenter. It is time to recognize that TCP’s problems are too fundamen- tal and interrelated to be fixed; the only way to harness the full performance potential of modern networks is to introduce a new transport protocol into the datacenter. Homa demon- strates that it is possible to create a transport protocol that avoids all of TCP’s problems. Although Homa is not API- compatible with TCP, it should be possible to bring it into widespread usage by integrating it with RPC frameworks.
.@balajis said, years ago, that the 21st century would see the war between the network and the state. It’s happening faster than (I) expected. Biden has a new rule that if enacted would allow seizure of crypto without criminal charges. Obviously this is anti-constitutional? pic.twitter.com/wynKRPbLO0
— Marcelo P. Lima (@MarceloPLima) October 28, 2022
If the Fed runs sustained losses, it won’t have to turn to Congress, hat in hand. Instead, it will simply create an IOU on its balance sheet called a deferred asset. When the Fed runs a surplus again in future years, it would first pay off the IOU before sending surpluses to the Treasury.
Is the Santa Monica Observer “notorious for publishing false news”? It defends itself here. The L.A. Times accusation isn’t “baseless” — it’s based a report by an entity known as NewsGuard, which purports to rate newspapers according to how well they separate news from politics.
If NewsGuard rated the Santa Monica Observer poorly, that’s supposed to be a reason why there’s something wrong with Musk gesturing at it? But Musk’s pointing at it was for the purpose of pushing back Hillary Clinton for jamming the Pelosi story into a Democratic Party political narrative!
Is the Santa Monica Observer “notorious for publishing false news”? It defends itself here. The L.A. Times accusation isn’t “baseless” — it’s based a report by an entity known as NewsGuard, which purports to rate newspapers according to how well they separate news from politics. If NewsGuard rated the Santa Monica Observer poorly, that’s supposed to be a reason why there’s something wrong with Musk gesturing at it? But Musk’s pointing at it was for the purpose of pushing back Hillary Clinton for jamming the Pelosi story into a Democratic Party political narrative!
As the head of General Electric, he fired people in vast numbers and turned the manufacturing behemoth into a financial house of cards. Why was he so revered?
“Complete economic dependence based on the principle of hope leaves us open to political blackmail.”
We have more money to spend than there’s ever been, but our problems are getting worse. My takeaway is that to fix things, we need to have policy conversations we never get to have. There’s only the one option and that’s whatever the governor and his party put forward.
Case in point: NBC News’ Dasha Burns. On Oct. 7, Burns conducted an on-camera interview with Fetterman. Because Fetterman has “auditory processing issues” as a result of the stroke, according to his campaign, he had to use a closed-captioning system to understand Burns’ questions. After the interview aired, Burns told NBC’s Lester Holt on air that Fetterman didn’t appear to understand her pre-interview banter. Burns was just doing her job by reporting on the fitness of a public official, but her assessment also seemed to lend credibility to the line of attack coming from Fetterman’s Republican opponent, Mehmet Oz, who has claimed that Fetterman is suffering from cognitive decline and covering it up. Simply for stating the facts as she had observed them, Burns was seen to be supporting the “wrong” candidate.
It’s a delicate way of saying this: Both Debra Katz and Lisa Banks are donors to members of the Oversight Committee, including Rep. Jamie Raskin (D., Md.), whose investigation into the Washington Commanders is in turn providing their firm with a lot of business. Similarly, Democrats on the committee have a cozy relationship with SKDK, which runs communications campaigns for Democratic politicians and left-wing organizations—and which is providing those services for the former Commanders employees.
A clip from CSPAN’s archives shows her being questioned about her lack of a diverse staff by then Sen. Orrin Hatch. He noted that in her 13 years as a lower court judge, she had never hired a black law clerk, secretary, or intern. Over that time, she had 57 employees as a judge. Her response to the sympathetic Republican was, “I have tried, and I’m going to try harder, and if you confirm me for this job, my attractiveness to black candidates is going to improve.”
The most effective issue for Republicans in this midterm is a result of Democratic elites failing to understand what their diverse base of working-class voters wants.
Elon stands to benefit whether or not he can actually improve Twitter’s underlying business. Owning Twitter ensures marketing benefits to Elon’s other businesses. And Twitter’s core product is a top of funnel for Elon to build other consumer products over time. Elon may look to China as an example, where the largest social platforms not only keep people in touch with friends and entertain them with videos, but also enable payments, food delivery, travel bookings, and hundreds of billions in ecommerce transactions.
For the sake of their financial future, young people should leave Toronto and Vancouver
It gets worse. Almond growers invariably douse their crop in quantities of glyphosate — known to be lethal to bees. According to Nate Donley, a senior scientist for the Center for Biological Diversity, sending bees to pollinate the California almond industry is “like sending the bees to war. Many don’t come back.” In California, bees are dying in record numbers due to habitat loss and exposure to the pesticides of the industrialised almond industry. Animal Rebellion? When vegans drink almond milk, they are complicit in Animal Extinction.
Major direct and indirect Arabella donors include globalist billionaire George Soros and progressive eBay founder Pierre Omidyar, according to Politico. A significant chunk of the group’s cash also comes from overseas. Hansjörg Wyss, an 87 year old far-left Swiss billionaire who does not appear to be an American citizen, has given over $135 million to the fund, The New York Times reported. Nicole Gill, the co-founder of Accountable Tech, was previously a director at the Wyss-financed The Hub Project.
“I’ve seen many a business with the greatest of ideas not make it, and yet others with the simplest of ideas thrive,” he said. “I believe that God is the one who grants success, and with it the responsibility to be a good manager.”
When Pappas took office in 2018, inflation was 2.4% and gasoline was under $2 a gallon. Today, inflation is 8.2% and the Democrats are shamelessly tapping into our emergency oil supply to keep gasoline under $4 a gallon. In the last two years alone, Pappas has voted for $5.5 trillion in new spending, hiking the cost of everything from gas to groceries and robbing $600 every month from families like yours and mine.
A front group using the name ‘Wisconsin RINO Hunters’ is trying to fool conservative voters into voting for Joan Beglinger, who’s dropped out of the race and endorsed @michelsforgov.
The group registered w/ the state 10/28. Here’s one of their posts:https://t.co/R596v7BXqK
— A.J. Bayatpour (@AJBayatpour) November 6, 2022
Meet The Press narrative today:
“the states that are going to decide this majority–we aren’t going to know the next morning”
In information warfare, this is known as a “shaping operation” – you prep the battlefield in order to achieve a desired result. Don’t fall for it.
— Lara Logan (@laralogan) November 6, 2022