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By some measures, such as the number of people on job retention schemes, the US looks like it’s on a different planet.
The District of Columbia, home to only around 700,000 residents, actually leads the way by that measure.
It’s a measure of how likely it is that I would by accident find a difference as big as the one I found here.
Ukraine ranked first worldwide on Chainalysis’s Global Crypto Adoption Index, which includes measures of cryptocurrency value received, exchanged, and deposited.
It was vastly more expensive than had the City Council just placed a measure on the ballot.
POLITICS REPORT: FORGED FOOTNOTE 15SCOTT LEWIS AND ANDREW KEATTSSEPTEMBER 12, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Of all the measures on this November’s ballot, Yes on Prop 22 has received the most contributions, according to California’s Fair Political Practices Commission.
Although these measures might seem simple, they are very effective in reducing transmission of the virus.
Our measures of success around ease of use is Apple or Spotify, they are the design standards we should be aspiring to, not a library solution used 10 years ago.
I also know that they are under threat more than they ever have been before and that piecemeal measures aren’t going to be enough to help them.
In a year where physical retail was, by and large, shut for more than three months of the year, more people bought products online and plan to continue doing so even as lockdown measures ease.

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