I really love the sound of a cork coming out of a bottle. If you’re using a fancy-shmancy bottle opener, it tends to produce a muted pop! If it’s a minimalist waiter’s corkscrew, it’s a crisper pop! And, of course, if it’s a bottle of champagne, it’s a short and sharp pop!
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- Fascinating story on the gender gap in China and India. And the data viz! washingtonpost.com/graphics/2018/… 5 days ago
- Not sure how I feel about this one, but I'm also not in the lab anymore. Chemists apply AI to retrosynthesis: nature.com/articles/d4158… 3 weeks ago
- Things I love: @NewYorker @TheJoyofCooking @hels and data science. Now all in one place! newyorker.com/culture/annals… 3 weeks ago
- This is a high quality problem that I am happy to help with. twitter.com/somachocolate/… 3 weeks ago
- I'll just leave this here. (PS Nice work @gastrognome) foodandwine.com/news/opinion-c… 1 month ago
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