Links and Notes - Mon, Jul 1, 2019

6:09 p.m.

Toledo Express Airport (KTOL)
Jul 1, 2019 5:52 pm EDT
Weather : Fair
Temperature : 94 F
Humidity : 40%
Wind Speed : W 9 mph
Barometer : 29.89 in
Dewpoint: 66 F
Visibility : 10.00 statute miles
Heat Index : 97 F

Toledo Executive Airport (KTDZ)
Jul 1, 2019 5:53 pm EDT
Weather : Fair
Temperature : 93 F
Humidity : 40%
Wind Speed : WSW 12 mph
Barometer : 29.89 in
Dewpoint: 65 F
Visibility : 10.00 statute miles
Heat Index : 95 F

Toledo Suburban Airport (KDUH)
Jul 1, 2019 5:56 pm EDT
Weather : Fair
Temperature : 92 F
Humidity : 46%
Wind Speed : W 3 mph
Barometer : 29.89 in
Dewpoint: 68 F
Visibility : 10.00 statute miles
Heat Index : 96 F

Date and Time: 06:00 PM, Mon, Jul 01, 2019
Summary: Partly Cloudy
Air Temp: 92 F
Dew Point: 67 F
Humidity: 44 %
Wind Direction: Southwest
Wind Speed: 5 mph
Wind Gust: 6 mph
Apparent Air Temp: 96 F
Pressure: 29.89 inches
UV Index: Moderate : 3.0
Cloud Cover: 27 % : Mostly Clear
Precip Probability: 0 %
Precip Intensity: 0.0 : No Precip
Precip Type:
Visibility: 10.0 miles
Nearest Precip Distance: 76 miles
Nearest Precip Bearing: South

3:29 p.m.

It's a sunny day. Today is the sixth straight 90-degree day for the Toledo area.

It's okay inside the house, standing at my desk in the computer room. The many oaks provide a ton of shade. I have the windows down to keep warm air from wafting inside. And I have a floor fan on low speed blowing toward me.

Toledo Express Airport (KTOL)
Jul 1, 2019 2:52 pm EDT
Weather : Fair
Temperature : 93 F
Humidity : 40%
Wind Speed : Calm
Barometer : 29.95 in
Dewpoint: 65 F
Visibility : 10.00 statute miles
Heat Index : 95 F

Toledo Executive Airport (KTDZ)
Jul 1, 2019 3:15 pm EDT
Weather :
Temperature : NA F
Humidity : 0%
Wind Speed : Calm
Barometer : NA in
Dewpoint: NA F
Visibility : NA statute miles

Toledo Suburban Airport (KDUH)
Jul 1, 2019 2:56 pm EDT
Weather : Partly Cloudy
Temperature : 90 F
Humidity : 49%
Wind Speed : SW 7 mph
Barometer : 29.95 in
Dewpoint: 68 F
Visibility : 10.00 statute miles
Heat Index : 94 F

Date and Time: 03:15 PM, Mon, Jul 01, 2019
Summary: Clear
Air Temp: 91 F
Dew Point: 65 F
Humidity: 43 %
Wind Direction: Southwest
Wind Speed: 4 mph
Wind Gust: 7 mph
Apparent Air Temp: 93 F
Pressure: 29.94 inches
UV Index: Very High : 9.0
Cloud Cover: 0 % : Clear
Precip Probability: 0 %
Precip Intensity: 0.0 : No Precip
Precip Type:
Visibility: 10.0 miles
Nearest Precip Distance: 23 miles
Nearest Precip Bearing: Southwest

9:18 a.m.

It's going to be a hot day today with temps forecast to reach the mid-90s. Cle NWS predicts 93. Dark Sky data predicts 95.

If TOL reaches 90 degrees today, that will be the sixth straight day. TOL might reach at least 90 degrees on Tue, Wed, and Thu of this week. This would be an abnormally long stretch of consecutive 90-degree days for us. It's especially surprising after the long stretch of below normal temps that occurred in April, May, and the first three weeks of June. I thought that this might be a cool summer, like in 2014. We might cool off on Sunday.

I have not installed our two small window AC units yet, but that could change this week.

Toledo Express Airport (KTOL)
Jul 1, 2019 8:52 am EDT
Weather : Fair
Temperature : 76 F
Humidity : 60%
Wind Speed : S 3 mph
Barometer : 30.03 in
Dewpoint: 61 F
Visibility : 10.00 statute miles

Toledo Executive Airport (KTDZ)
Jul 1, 2019 8:53 am EDT
Weather : Fair
Temperature : 75 F
Humidity : 60%
Wind Speed : SSW 8 mph
Barometer : 30.03 in
Dewpoint: 60 F
Visibility : 10.00 statute miles

Toledo Suburban Airport (KDUH)
Jul 1, 2019 8:56 am EDT
Weather : Fair
Temperature : 74 F
Humidity : 66%
Wind Speed : SSW 5 mph
Barometer : 30.02 in
Dewpoint: 62 F
Visibility : 10.00 statute miles

Date and Time: 09:15 AM, Mon, Jul 01, 2019
Summary: Clear
Air Temp: 76 F
Dew Point: 62 F
Humidity: 61 %
Wind Direction: South
Wind Speed: 4 mph
Wind Gust: 5 mph
Apparent Air Temp: 77 F
Pressure: 30.02 inches
UV Index: Moderate : 3.0
Cloud Cover: 0 % : Clear
Precip Probability: 0 %
Precip Intensity: 0.0 : No Precip
Precip Type:
Visibility: 10.0 miles
Nearest Precip Distance: 99 miles
Nearest Precip Bearing: Southwest


Toledo 7-day forecast
Last Update: Jul 1, 2019 5:59 am

Today: Mostly sunny, with a high near 93. South wind around 6 mph becoming southwest in the afternoon.

Tonight: A chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly after 2am. Partly cloudy, with a low around 74. Southwest wind around 7 mph. Chance of precipitation is 40%. New rainfall amounts of less than a tenth of an inch, except higher amounts possible in thunderstorms.

Tuesday: A chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly after 5pm. Mostly sunny, with a high near 91. Heat index values as high as 95. West wind 6 to 10 mph. Chance of precipitation is 30%. New rainfall amounts of less than a tenth of an inch, except higher amounts possible in thunderstorms.

Tuesday Night: A chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly between midnight and 4am. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 73. Southwest wind 5 to 10 mph. Chance of precipitation is 30%. New rainfall amounts of less than a tenth of an inch, except higher amounts possible in thunderstorms.

Wednesday: A chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly after 9am. Partly sunny, with a high near 91. Southwest wind around 6 mph. Chance of precipitation is 50%. New rainfall amounts of less than a tenth of an inch, except higher amounts possible in thunderstorms.

Wednesday Night: A chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 72. Chance of precipitation is 50%. New rainfall amounts of less than a tenth of an inch, except higher amounts possible in thunderstorms.

Independence Day: Showers and thunderstorms likely, mainly after 2pm. Partly sunny, with a high near 90. Chance of precipitation is 60%.

Thursday Night: Showers and thunderstorms likely, mainly before 9pm. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 72. Chance of precipitation is 60%.

Friday: A chance of showers and thunderstorms. Partly sunny, with a high near 89. Chance of precipitation is 50%.

Friday Night: A chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 71. Chance of precipitation is 50%.

Saturday: A chance of showers and thunderstorms. Partly sunny, with a high near 86. Chance of precipitation is 50%.

Saturday Night: A chance of showers and thunderstorms. Partly cloudy, with a low around 67. Chance of precipitation is 50%.

Sunday: A chance of showers and thunderstorms. Partly sunny, with a high near 82. Chance of precipitation is 30%.


Heavy rain tomorrow through Sunday, with high temperatures falling to 79°F on Sunday.

Mon, Jul 01, 2019 - Partly cloudy throughout the day. Cloud cover: Clear. Precip type: rain. Precip probability: 4 %. Low temp 73 at 04:00 AM. High temp 90 at 06:00 PM. Dew point 65. Humidity 63. Apparent high temp 95. Wind: Southwest at 5 mph. Sunrise: 06:04 AM. Sunset: 09:13 PM. Moon: 0.97 = Waining Crescent.

Tue, Jul 02, 2019 - Heavy rain overnight. Cloud cover: Partly Cloudy. Precip type: rain. Precip probability: 41 %. Low temp 73 at 06:00 AM. High temp 91 at 05:00 PM. Dew point 70. Humidity 67. Apparent high temp 97. Wind: West at 9 mph. Sunrise: 06:05 AM. Sunset: 09:13 PM. Moon: 0.01 = Waxing Crescent.

Wed, Jul 03, 2019 - Rain in the morning. Cloud cover: Mostly Cloudy. Precip type: rain. Precip probability: 68 %. Low temp 73 at 04:00 AM. High temp 86 at 05:00 PM. Dew point 70. Humidity 74. Apparent high temp 91. Wind: East-Northeast at 6 mph. Sunrise: 06:05 AM. Sunset: 09:13 PM. Moon: 0.05 = Waxing Crescent.

Thu, Jul 04, 2019 - Possible light rain in the evening and overnight. Cloud cover: Partly Cloudy. Precip type: rain. Precip probability: 64 %. Low temp 75 at 05:00 AM. High temp 87 at 05:00 PM. Dew point 70. Humidity 74. Apparent high temp 95. Wind: South-Southeast at 6 mph. Sunrise: 06:06 AM. Sunset: 09:13 PM. Moon: 0.09 = Waxing Crescent.

Fri, Jul 05, 2019 - Possible light rain in the evening. Cloud cover: Partly Cloudy. Precip type: rain. Precip probability: 60 %. Low temp 73 at 06:00 AM. High temp 89 at 02:00 PM. Dew point 72. Humidity 73. Apparent high temp 96. Wind: West at 5 mph. Sunrise: 06:07 AM. Sunset: 09:13 PM. Moon: 0.12 = Waxing Crescent.

Sat, Jul 06, 2019 - Rain starting in the afternoon. Cloud cover: Partly Cloudy. Precip type: rain. Precip probability: 73 %. Low temp 68 at 08:00 AM. High temp 84 at 12:00 PM. Dew point 71. Humidity 80. Apparent high temp 89. Wind: East-Southeast at 6 mph. Sunrise: 06:07 AM. Sunset: 09:12 PM. Moon: 0.16 = Waxing Crescent.

Sun, Jul 07, 2019 - Partly cloudy throughout the day. Cloud cover: Mostly Clear. Precip type: rain. Precip probability: 50 %. Low temp 59 at 05:00 AM. High temp 79 at 05:00 PM. Dew point 67. Humidity 80. Apparent high temp 80. Wind: Northwest at 10 mph. Sunrise: 06:08 AM. Sunset: 09:12 PM. Moon: 0.2 = Waxing Crescent.

Links

This appears to be a real war on the media in the United States.

https://mediagazer.com/190630/p3#a190630p3

Quillette editor Andy Ngo beaten, “milkshaked” by Antifa protestors during a rally in Portland

https://www.mediaite.com/news/conservative-writer-milkshaked-and-beaten-up-at-portland-antifa-rally/

https://mobile.twitter.com/jaketapper/status/1145104063362674688

Antifa regularly attacks journalists; it’s reprehensible

About Jake Tapper:

CNN Anchor of @TheLeadCNN and @CNNSOTU and Chief Washington Correspondent

https://twitter.com/brianstelter/status/1145376298031697920

Brian Stelter / @brianstelter: Even @MrAndyNgo's critics should have no trouble saying this: The assault against him was unacceptable.


https://www.poynter.org/newsletters/2019/death-of-a-newspaper-plus-debate-records-shattered-and-a-sport-sites-firing/

The Vindicator reaches 100,000 readers a day online and in print. It serves a community twice that size. Soon there will be a void, and we’re left to ask: Who will cover possible corruption in city hall? Who will make sure the school board is treating teachers and students well? Who will be the watchdog keeping an eye on the police, district attorneys and other government agencies?

Did the Vindicator and the Toledo Blade investigate and report on those areas in the past? I'd like to see evidence.

One of these media watchdog groups should audit every article, editorial, and column produced by the Toledo Blade, since 1980, at least since 2000, and show us the democracy-saving articles that prove that the Blade needs support from the citizenry. Such a colonoscopy might show that the Blade has engaged in activist journalism to promote the ideology of the publisher, which has caused problems, instead of exposing problems.

The [Vindicator] newspaper has been in the Maag-Brown family since William F. Maag Sr. acquired the paper in 1887. In a letter signed by publisher Betty Brown Jagnow and general manager Mark Brown, the announcement concluded with: “It is with broken hearts that we say goodbye and a final thank you.”

Reporter Kalea Hall told the Cleveland Plain Dealer, “I can’t explain how difficult it is to see this happen, but I understand given the conditions of the newspaper industry. I beg people to support local journalism. It’s essential to democracy."

Prove it by auditing old articles. I want to see the evidence in Youngstown and in Toledo, Ohio that local journalism is essential to democracy. Highlight the articles from the Vindicator and the Blade that support the claim that local journalism is essential to democracy.

We had another source of local media, but the Blade forced its closure a few years ago. Local journalism is bad for local journalism. The Blade wants a monopoly on the print ad business. This other local media org started around 2005 as a once-a-week print newspaper that was free, but home delivery was offered for a fee. After a few years, the Toledo Free Press added a second edition to its weekly production, becoming a twice-a-week newspaper. The second edition focused on arts and entertainment.

The Blade sued the Toledo Free Press out of business for something petty. The Blade knew that it could tie up the frivolous lawsuit in the courts for years, which they did. The Blade is subsidized by the other Block family businesses. The Blade had the financial ability to outlast the TFP in the courts. That caused the TFP to close.

The TFP covered local politics, reporting on the various things that media people say that we need from local media to save democracy. Apparently, the Blade is anti-democracy.

The Toledo City Paper still exists. At one time it was a weekly newspaper, but in the aught years, the TCP switched to publishing its print newspaper every two weeks. It focuses on lighthearted topics, like restaurants and events. It's not a source for covering the nefarious activities of local politicians. The TCP is mainly a source for ads.

https://www.citylab.com/equity/2018/05/study-when-local-newspaper-close-city-bond-finances-suffer/561422/


This applies to big chain newspapers, I think.

https://www.niemanlab.org/2019/06/when-a-local-team-wins-a-national-championship-your-daily-newspaper-will-tell-you-all-about-it-um-36-hours-later/

Local newspapers find themselves 36 hours behind on the news due to 6pm deadlines, designed to save money on evening shifts and accommodate outsourced printing

@niemanlab: “What Gannett and other companies are doing with these early press times is transforming their morning papers into evening papers — but evening papers that always happen to get delivered about 12 hours late.”

Here's the actual headline used on the Nieman Lab story:

When a local team wins a national championship, your daily newspaper will tell you all about it! (Um, 36 hours later)

I don't understand. It's sports. Who cares? I'm sure that anyone interested would know if their team won the national championship. The people concerned would not need a print newspaper at any time. The people who don't care about their local sports teams won't care when they learn that their local team won a title.

As a Cleveland Browns fan, if the Browns win the Super Bowl, I will know it because I will have watched the game. I won't skip the game and wait for the Blade to produce a print newspaper that won't exist until Wednesday because the Blade no longer prints on Mondays and Tuesdays.

Cost-cutting by newspaper chains has moved up print deadlines that even the biggest stories can’t make the paper if they happen after 6 p.m. That’s what happened in Nashville this week when Vanderbilt won the College World Series.

This part: ... moved up print deadlines ...

Print deadlines? This is why I believe that newspapers in digital and/or print form will not be a part of the local media landscape in the future because of these archaic, useless 20th century processes.

Local media will come from startups that do not exist. And these yet-to-exist startups may include print publications at times. But in my opinion, new local media orgs should ignore breaking news and focus on long, substantive features. And if the startups produce print pubs, these publications should reflect that same thinking by adopting the slow news movement and eschew the breaking news concept.

Local media startups can make a post on their homepages, indicating that their local sports teams won championships. Longer articles that are not time sensitive could include detailed backgrounds of the players, coaches, trainers, and maybe parents of the players.

When journalists wants to argue that print has a long life ahead of it, ...

I have never heard that argument.

... one common move is to point to the enormous demand that arises for printed paper the day after the local sports team has won a championship. “See?” they’ll say, attaching a picture of diehard fans lining up for a broadsheet souvenir to hang in the den back home. “You can’t do that with a website!”

Really? I had no idea that was a "thing."

This whiny-ass Nieman Lab story is absurd. It's written as if the year is 1999 and not 2019.

Hmmm. Well, okay, that top story is about a mayoral debate — an important story ..

Why? Why is the previous night's democrat party mayoral debate worthy of an above-the-fold story on a LOCAL print newspaper? People can read about that national story anywhere. Why do LOCAL newspapers cover national stories? I assume that it's a print newspaper throwback thing. It's a relic activity from last century.

The concept of "above-the-fold" is also outdated and unnecessary in 2019.

I’m sure, though I probably would have expected to see the Vandy victory up top. Look down the page and aha! There’s the story. But wait: There’s no score. No winner. No nothing! Well, there’s this note:

Wednesday’s game started after the newspaper’s print deadline. Head online for coverage, including analysis from columnist Joe Rexrode and photos.

What percentage of information consumers get their information ONLY from local print newspapers and do not get any info from websites, local TV, and local radio?

The Nieman Lab writer is arguing for horseshoes over electric cars. It's a ridiculous story for 2019.


http://www.toledoblade.com/local/environment/2019/07/01/western-lake-erie-worst-types-of-algae-are-now-here-again-as-expected/stories/20190701149

http://www.toledoblade.com/local/environment/2019/07/01/how-to-properly-recycle-recycling-republic-services-toledo/stories/20190627193

The future of recycling is in jeopardy, and it’s not just because market changes are straining profits — people don’t know how to recycle.


http://www.toledoblade.com/opinion/editorials/2019/07/01/helping-downtown-toledo-restaurants-leaving-bleakhouse-biggby-pj-deli/stories/20190628128

this is how a local media can be destructive to a city. this editorial does not save democracy. toledo is about 88 square miles in size, and this editorial is focused on a tiny portion of downtown toledo, and the blade editorial board believes that improving restaurant and bar activity in the central business district should be a priority of city government.

we have roads that are in deplorable condition. if the blade (local media) was concerned about holding local officials accountable, then it would investigate how the city determines which roads to repave. the blade would research how long it has been for some roads to be repaved.

terrible stretches of roads exist in west toledo, and these road sections have been bad for YEARS. secor rd between laskey and alexis, douglas rd between laskey and alexis, jackman rd north of alexis, and others in west toledo.

but in west toledo, the city is repaving monroe street near the mall, and the road is in good condition. i never drove that stretch of road and wondered when will the city repair this horrible road.

last year or the year before, the city repaved sylvania ave from secor to the mall, and that stretch of road ALSO was in good enough condition. it's as if the city has no clue what bad roads are.

the deplorable road sections that i mentioned above were pothole-patched again over the past couple months. but next winter, those road sections will be nearly undriveable again. i have to find alternative routes because the roads are so bad.

do the decent roads near the mall take precedence over broken roads located elsewhere?

where's the local media, such as the blade, investigating this multi-year debacle? why does the blade need funded when it fails to do its job?


Freak Summer Hailstorm Blankets Mexico's Guadalajara
https://text.npr.org/s.php?sId=737580145&rid=1001


http://greatblackswampfrogs.org/

Preserving and celebrating our historic heritage is one of the goals of the Sylvania Community. One of the ways we honor that heritage is the recreation of vintage base ball matches by the Great Black Swamp Frogs Base Ball Club. The Frogs play Civil War Era base ball using rules codified in 1860. Players wear old time uniforms, the umpire and the scorer appear in period attire, and even some of the spectators don historic dress.

The ball club is named for the Great Black Swamp that once covered much of the northwest Ohio area and Toledo's early nickname, "Frogtown". The game that the Frogs play is fundamentally the same as baseball today; differences in rules, strategies, and equipment are portrayed and duplicated as accurately as possible. In the mid-nineteenth century, base ball was two words and an amateur game played by respectable gentlemen. The Frogs, along with their families, recreate these social and recreational events.

The Frogs are charter members of the Vintage Base Ball Association.


Smartphones and Dematerialization (wired.com)
https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20320001
https://www.wired.com/story/iphone-environment-consumption/


Twenty-one cities in India will run out of groundwater by 2020 (firstpost.com)
https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20322186

side thread:

why do people tweet like this? It is impossible to follow. Like.. just write an article or a blog post instead. :/

Amen. Here's a ... reply???

Because people don't click on links on twitter as often as they bother to read a tweet thread.

But also, I actually like this form of communication. By the nature of the medium (one thought per tweet), you are forced to discard all superfluous details. Instead each tweet/thought must be a strong point. This is compared to a blog, where the only thing holding you back from adding fluff is your own intellectual discipline.

That's an incoherent explanation for using the moronic tweetstorm to create content that cannot fit within a single tweet.

URLs don't matter to many people today, especially young people. The web gets dumber.

A better reply:

There is a serious disconnect between medium and message when people find it necessary to manually number every message, and stoop to doing so on a regular basis. You might still find it readable but the absurdity of that behavior should at least be a glaring red flag. Twitter's layout is designed around the assumption that discrete posts will be distinct thoughts or status updates, but this breaks when people force even a paragraph through. I find it grossly unreadable to sift through so much whitespace, redundant usernames, redundant time stamps, numerous like and share icons, etc. that interrupt the text when it's broken into tiny chunks in this manner--I can read it, but I hate doing so.

IMO this is both Twitter's fault for existing, since the prevalence of this kind of posting seems to indicate that microblogging is a failed concept, and the userbase's for insisting on using it for content which is obviously unsuitable. Obviously a lot of people are willing to put up with this format but I see it as a huge mess and I avoid Twitter links whenever possible.


Google’s robots.txt parser is now open source (googleblog.com)
https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20325395

Ask HN: Why do new(ish) programming languages eschew OOP features?https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20320752


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News sites
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https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20028454

https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20039876

https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20037763

https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20032979

https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20035353

https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20029981

Securing political sites
https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20026297

https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20029466

https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19375141

https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19374887

Decline of open messaging systems
https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19370281

JavaScript free front end
https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19367149

Browser wars no more ???
https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19366524

Accessibility
https://color.review/check/828282-F6F6EF
https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19368974

Esp8266 controller
https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19364015

Termux chatter
https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19357153

Dark web Silk Road story
https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19354214

Gas powered leaf blowers banned in DC
https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19351934

Archive box
https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19346985