Cooked some beautiful 10m contours around Ōtepoti. Not much but flat down there in the Taieri Plain.

Has to be one of my fave snaps of this year from MODIS, lots of cloud, but Aotearoa poking through all over as well. Never gets old to see these for me 😍

I recalled from my past that NFS no workie good over WAN. Experimental proof 😂

Man I love looking at these gorgeous islands from space

Doggo update, not sure we go the same dog back after grooming 😂

Data scientist downloads the Taco Bell menu price data to try and model how you can possibly spend $28 on Taco Bell for one person 🤣 twitter.com/nickwan/status/158 twitter.com/teamcavuto/status/

QT TeamCavuto: Kingsview Asset… monogram.org/@jduckles/1091623

QT TeamCavuto: Kingsview Asset Management CIO Scott Martin tells Neil: "You want to… twitter.com/twitter/status/158

Data scientist downloads the Taco Bell menu price data to try and model how you can possibly spend $28 on Taco Bell for one person 🤣 twitter.com/nickwan/status/158

QT TeamCavuto: Kingsview Asset Management CIO Scott Martin tells Neil: "You want to know how bad inflation is? Yesterday I had a nice lunch at Taco Bell and it cost me $28." (@ScottyMarkets)

Data scientist downloads the Taco Bell menu price data to try and model how you can possibly spend $28 on Taco Bell for one person 🤣 twitter.com/nickwan/status/158 twitter.com/teamcavuto/status/

QT TeamCavuto: Kingsview Asset Management CIO Scott Martin tells Neil: "You want to know how bad inflation is? Yesterday I had a nice lunch at Taco Bell and it cost me $28." (@ScottyMarkets)

So fun to see old pics from \@moldythemonkey and I teaching \@thecarpentries back in 2016. Thanks for the pics \@SelFdz!

QT SelFdz: \@ppgardne \@jduckles Of course I do!!! He helped us get started in Mexico back 2016. Proof:

So so so agree. How we gather, welcome each other, listen, work together and share ideas matters. How we build organizations and teams, all of this is often undervalued but incredibly important.

QT mpedson: …How we meet — the formats and settings we use — has a profound influence on the kinds of thoughts we can think.. Strategy doesn't have to be a corporate thing in offices with whiteboards and gantt charts. New kinds of thinking require new kinds of settings; new tools.

I’m a little thrilled that capsicums aren’t $6 each anymore.

Faygo Red Pop available at Fresh Choice in NZ. WHY!? This is a very niche soda from Michigan. Now if we could get Vernors here, I’d be into that!

As per usual NZ is staying out of it all. On the map but uninvolved. twitter.com/terriblemaps/statu

QT TerribleMaps: Cat Earth Theory

Oh my these adverts are good this year.

QT RobbieNicol: Another good'un. Get your voting forms to the post office boxes, please. Christ.

Huge sediment plumes from flooding in Europe 😬 \@ppgardne

QT rsimmon: An unbelievable amount of sediment is being carried into the Adriatic in the wake of last week’s floods in Marche, Italy. Compare Sept, 8, 16, & 18!

Captured by \@planet Doves: planet.com/gallery/#!/post/sed

Fun little puzzle game

QT lisperati: On the 1st/15th of every month, I try to release something cool

Today, dogbunnypuzzle.com, a new form of puzzle I invented!

Though the design is so simple, it can't possibly be truly new (?)

Works great on both mobile and desktop

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This is the monogram.org Mastadon server. monogram.org started in 1999 as a community of likeminded people interested in open discourse about technology, arts, culture, and a better world. The domain monogram.org is inspired by Robert Rauschenberg's Combine Monogram. We got inspired, around 1994, by Monogram through the documentary series "The Shock of the New" where Robert Hughes discusses pop art and its influences on modern culture. The community around monogram.org has continued a sort of Flex Seminar through online forums and other activities over the years.