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Trump’s chaos has real consequences for everyone.
Trump’s Chaos Has Real Consequences When the White House refuses to acknowledge the truth of deportation force plans, it serves multiple nefarious purposes.
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7 days ago by zeldman
VIITA 1949 | Tampereen Työväen Teatteri
Tässä ei tarvinnut juuri silmä kuivana istua. Mies ittensä vanki ja ja taustana järjettömät ajat, mut myös pirun hyvät läpät.
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7 days ago by ilkka
How I Rewired My Brain to Become Fluent in Math - Issue 17: Big Bangs - Nautilus
I am currently teaching College Mathematics to the first generation of graduates who came up through the "understanding and exploration" Instead of rote practice approach to maths. I...uh...have some notes.
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7 days ago by ajarmst
Gutiérrez On Being Asked To Leave ICE Meeting In Capitol By Speaker Ryan And Chairman Goodlatte | Congressman Luis Gutierrez
Gutiérrez On Being Asked To Leave ICE Meeting In Capitol By Speaker Ryan And Chairman Goodlatte:How is this a thing?
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7 days ago by juniorbird
ATTN: - Our Congress is less popular than herpes. --... | Facebook
So true - Gerrymandering = politicians picking their voters, when it should be the other way around. Take Redistricting away from politicians and put it in the hands of the voters.
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7 days ago by jwest38765
Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook’s future: the spirit is willing, but the algorithm is weak - by @jbernoff
Great freaking blog title... "Analysis: Zuckerberg correctly cites filter bubbles and fake news as the big problems which may metastasize, as he suggests, into sensational, polarized conversation. He’s moved well beyond the statement minimizing the fake news problem that won the Bullshitty Award for most outrageous public statement by a corporate spokesperson. But Facebook moves carefully when shifting its algorithm, because such changes create not just public criticism, but shifts in member satisfaction and potentially, revenue."

Accuracy of information is very important. We know there is misinformation and even outright hoax content on Facebook, and we take this very seriously. We’ve made progress fighting hoaxes the way we fight spam, but we have more work to do. We are proceeding carefully because there is not always a clear line between hoaxes, satire and opinion. In a free society, it’s important that people have the power to share their opinion, even if others think they’re wrong. Our approach will focus less on banning misinformation, and more on surfacing additional perspectives and information, including that fact checkers dispute an item’s accuracy.
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7 days ago by aleksalhambra
Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook’s future: the spirit is willing, but the algorithm is weak - by @jbernoff
Great freaking blog title... "Analysis: Zuckerberg correctly cites filter bubbles and fake news as the big problems which may metastasize, as he suggests, into sensational, polarized conversation. He’s moved well beyond the statement minimizing the fake news problem that won the Bullshitty Award for most outrageous public statement by a corporate spokesperson. But Facebook moves carefully when shifting its algorithm, because such changes create not just public criticism, but shifts in member satisfaction and potentially, revenue."
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7 days ago by jonerp
City of Paris deploys "anti-refugee boulders" to prevent camping while waiting for space at a humanitarian center / Boing Boing
It's excellent outrage bait, but without digging up actual context - I wonder what my responsibilities are.
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7 days ago by shaunkoh
What if not all parents who question vaccines are foolish and anti-science?
Here's a nice counterpoint to my usual foaming rage on this issue. A reminder that engagement and conversation are the best way to advance an evidence-based position. Alice Dreger continues to impress.
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7 days ago by ajarmst
The Trump Circus | Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO) - YouTube
Subscribe to the Real Time YouTube: http://itsh.bo/10r5A1BBill reacts to another chaotic week for the White House in his Real Time monologue.Connect with Real Time Online:Find Real Time on Facebook: http://ift.tt/1y41jBS Real Time on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RealTimersFind Real Time via Pocket
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7 days ago by drewcaldwell
Automatic Check-ins and the Old, Personal Web – Let Me Repost That For You – Medium
One of Basecamp 3’s nicest features is the ability to set up automatic check-ins, such as asking all team members “What did you work on today?” at 5:00 pm daily. On the surface, it’s intended as a way of letting everyone know what their teammates are working on, thereby deleting needless meetings from everyone’s schedules. But the feature can go much deeper, as I’ve discovered to my great pleasure. A day at a time, it can build community and help you design your career and your life. It even brings back some of the joy we once derived from the days of the personal web.
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7 days ago by zeldman

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