Checked in at JR Shibuya Station (JR 渋谷駅). 休みのに、ラッシュ電車乗るマン
Checked in at Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum (新横浜ラーメン博物館)
Checked in at MOKICHI TRATTORIA. Finally got my calzone!
Checked in at Observation Deck (展望デッキ). Having too much fun watching the airplanes come and go with Leo.
Checked in at 亀井神社. Happy NewYear!!
Spent the day cooking, baking, and cleaning. The immediate fruits of my labor. 🥖🍞🥐
[Twelve Million Phones, One Dataset, Zero Privacy](https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/12/19/opinion/location-tracking-cell-phone.html)
I still think data is going to quickly move from being an asset to a liability. Especially as people become aware of just how easily your entire life can be reconstructed from a couple of datasets.
Checked in at Ootoya (大戸屋). I should have add Natto.
[Finland is a Capitalist Paradise](https://www.nytimes.com/2019/12/07/opinion/sunday/finland-socialism-capitalism.html)
> Finnish capitalists also realized that it would be in their own long-term interests to accept steep progressive tax hikes. The taxes would help pay for new government programs to keep workers healthy and productive — and this would build a more beneficial labor market.
This article true for me as well. Dealing with the US healthcare system as DINKs was stressful enough, couldn’t imagine doing it with kids.
Made some cream cheese kolaches for a taste of Texas. Shouldn’t have quartered the recipe. Will have to try again soon with deeper wells or less filling.