I have two questions about coffee this morning:
Given each serving has identical amount of caffeine (and other related stimulants):
1. Is a black coffee more stimulating than one with milk? (i.e. does milk make coffee less stimulating)
2. Is a cold coffee more stimulating than a hot one? (i.e. does temperature change the effect of caffeine)
“Built” by Roma Agrawal #read
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Helpful phrases to learn:
"I don't know the answer to that. Let's find out."
"Oh, I didn't know that. Thanks!"
"I was wrong."
"I've thought about what you said and I've changed my mind as a result."
Not only are these phrases useful, they also make you a better person!
Totally nerding out on properties of materials this morning:
Elasticity is the property of a material to stretch under a load and then recover.
Toughness is how much energy a material can absorb without fracturing.
Strength is how much load a material can resist.
Ductility is how much it can deform without breaking.
Just catching up on the WhatsApp vulnerability (https://duckduckgo.com/?q=WhatsApp+breach&iar=news).
Sounds pretty serious. Hope I'm safer on Signal (https://signal.org/install) along with those closest to me.
Why are 2D graphics so much harder than 3D?
"A Mind at Play" by Jimmy Soni #read
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