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Bwoglines: Last Bwoglines Of The Year Edition

On this stressful Monday, procrastinate with the last Bwoglines of 2019.

Happening in the world: China has ordered all foreign computer equipment to be removed within three years dealing a blow to big tech companies. (The Guardian)

Happening in the US: Caroll Spinney, the Sesame Street puppeteer behind Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch died Sunday at the age of 85. (CNN)

Happening in NYC: That one cool building in Hudson Yards’s expansion project is on time and budget. The $1.5 billion project will include 500,000 square feet of exhibit space on one level and a 54,000 square foot special event space. (CBS)

Happening on Campus: Come to Schapiro today at 12p.m. to listen to Professor Sharad Goel’s talk “DATA FOR GOOD: One Person, One Vote.” He will discuss a simple statistical trick to directly estimate the rate of double voting and show that such behavior is exceedingly rare. More info here.

Awesome panda pic:

Panda via Flickr

Winter via Pixabay

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