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Reading Time: 3 minutes Hanjin Shipping collapse may be the beginning of the end for profitable global trade | South China Morning Post – As capacity growth has continued at around 6 per cent a year, with the global container fleet four times larger today than it was in 2000, so it is estimated that we today have a 30 per… Continue reading Links of the day | 在网上找到

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Reading Time: < 1 minute How the Trump Campaign Built an Identity Database and Used Facebook Ads to Win the Election – Medium – “I always wonder why people in politics act like this stuff is so mystical,” Parscale says. “It’s the same shit we use in commercial, just has fancier names.” IBM confirmed it is building more data centres in the… Continue reading Links of the day | 在网上找到

MacBook Pro surprise

Reading Time: 2 minutes My initial reaction to Apple’s MacBook Pro wasn’t overwhelmingly positive. Now that I’ve tried one very briefly, I realise that it’s an unpleasant MacBook Pro surprise. Thin I didn’t feel that much of a weight different between my current machine and the new model MacBook Pro. Who gives a flying fuck about the laptop being even… Continue reading MacBook Pro surprise