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Almost a third of California’s 49 federal hotshot crews — elite groups that battle the hottest parts of forest fires — are so short-staffed that they will not be able to activate as a full unit, the smokejumper said.Underpaid firefighters, overstretched budgets: The U.S. isn’t prepared for fires fueled by climate change | Sarah Kaplan | July 1, 2021 | Washington Post
More public awareness of the internet’s origins might have led to a more accountable cyberworld than the one designed by hotshot technologists.
In an ideal world, the corporate hotshots who put together a debacle deal like AT&T buying Time Warner would lose their jobs.AT&T dividend cut in WarnerMedia-Discovery deal is a debacle for shareholders | Allan Sloan | May 21, 2021 | Washington Post
Right now the conversations around newsletters are revolving around which journalist recently joined Substack and which hotshot business newsletter was recently acquired.Bustle wants to turn its newsletters into an 8-figure business, in part, with a rewards program | Kayleigh Barber | February 8, 2021 | Digiday
On the flip side, a hotshot algorithm inspired by the brain called reinforcement learning pushed neuroscientists to re-examine how we respond to feedback as we learn.2020 in Neuroscience, Longevity, and AI—and What’s to Come | Shelly Fan | December 22, 2020 | Singularity Hub
Amir moves from a swaggering hotshot who seems to know it all to a broken man now questioning everything.Religion, Race, and a Broadway Hit: The Making of ‘Disgraced’ | Tim Teeman | November 10, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The action focuses on the decision-making process of a movie studio hotshot.
But, the hotshot billionaire may have some secrets of his own.
When Djokovic burst onto the scene after winning the Aussie Open in 2008, he was a brash hotshot challenging Federer and Nadal.
Whip is a hotshot, sauced-up captain whose substance-abuse habit crash-lands him, quite literally, into a whole heap of trouble.
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