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On Finland, the United States, and the freedom of information and of the press - The Washington Post
"Precisely because Finland is worthy of kudos for its protection of free expression over the years, it is all the more interesting what it does not protect."
excerpt from The Soul of the First Amendment
floyd_abrams  washingtonpost  reporting  journalism  freedom  protection  rights  information  finland  america  switzerland  2010s  2017  2016  slovakia  punishment  sweden  1776  1770s  privacy  susan_ruusunen  matti_vanhanen  2000s  2007  jussi_kristian_halla-aho  2012  hate  blog  bill_clinton  donald_trump  speech  legal  op-ed  excerpt 
may 2017 by cluebucket
Noahpinion: Freedom of speech in the digital age
via metafilter

"...we recognized that speech that disseminates ideas is more valuable than speech whose purpose is to intimidate others."
twitter  noahpinionblog  blogspot  speech  censorship  harassment  hate  public  private  ricky_vaughn  2016  2010s  noah_smith  technology  monopoly  nazi  leslie_jones  4chan  scott_alexander  social_media 
october 2016 by cluebucket
universalequalityisinevitable: Peter Joseph on... - ZainaZahirah
"The truth is that violence is a process, not an act, and it can take many forms. You cannot separate any outcome from the system by which it is oriented."
zainazahira  tumblr  gif  speech  peter_joseph  poverty  death  violence  government  legal  video  screengrab  2016  2013  2010s 
march 2016 by cluebucket
Just asking questions - RationalWiki
"a way of attempting to make wild accusations acceptable (and hopefully not legally actionable) by framing them as questions rather than statements."

"JAQing off" -- lol!  wiki  ration  logic  argument  question  jaq  rhetoric  definition  technique  speech  debate  truther  truth 
december 2015 by cluebucket
Race and the Free-Speech Diversion - The New Yorker
"The broader issue is that the student’s reaction elicited consternation in certain quarters where the precipitating incident did not. The fault line here is between those who find intolerance objectionable and those who oppose intolerance of the intolerant."
jelani_cobb  racism  freedom  speech  rights  civil_rights  protest  safety  yale  missouri  harassment  tolerance  justice  power  2010s  2015  yikyak  hate  essay  1960s  lynching 
november 2015 by cluebucket
Weekend With Bernie | Rolling Stone
"Perhaps because Sanders is the opposite of a BuzzFeed headline, he is the perfect BuzzFeed headline. ('Plutocrats Took Over the Legislative Body He Revered. What He Did Next Was Awesome.')"  rolling_stone  bernie_sanders  politics  mark_binelli  2015  2010s  candidate  profile  economics  speech  video  campaign 
november 2015 by cluebucket
How a Computer Predicts Schizophrenia and Psychosis - The Atlantic
“'In our study, we found that minimal semantic coherence—the flow of meaning from one sentence to the next—was characteristic of those young people at risk who later developed psychosis ... It was not the average. What this means is that over 45 minutes of interviewing, these young people had at least one occasion of a jarring disruption in meaning from one sentence to the next. As an interviewer, if my mind wandered briefly, I might miss it. But a computer would pick it up.'"
adrienne_lafrance  theatlantic  computer  health  speech  schizophrenia  mental_health  2015  2010s  psychosis  psychology  brain  prediction  algorithm  cognition  semantics  guillermo_cecchi  language  cheryl_corcoran  gillinder_bedi  study  science 
september 2015 by cluebucket
25 Fascinating Charts Of Negotiation Styles Around The World | Business Insider
"Scandinavians often have entrenched opinions that they have formulated “in the long dark nights,” though they are reasonable conversationalists. Swedes often have the most wide-ranging discussions, Finns tend to value concision, and most Norwegians fall somewhere in between."
businessinsider  communication  infographic  chart  culture  country  language  linguistics  style  speech  conversation  richard_d_lewis  linguist  america  canada  england  france  italy  germany  english  china  hong_kong  israel  india  switzerland  singapore  indonesia  hungary  finland  bulgaria  norway  denmark  turkey  poland  spain  sweden  netherlands  stereotype  2010s  research 
april 2014 by cluebucket
Mythcommunication: It’s Not That They Don’t Understand, They Just Don’t Like The Answer |
"These women said they generally offered excuses that posited an inability rather than unwillingness to accept the offer because, in one woman’s words, 'that would stop the boy from blaming you.'”
but then the takeaway of the study? "The problem of sexual coercion cannot be fixed by changing the way women talk."
yesmeansyes  communication  conversation  speech  analysis  refusal  no  denial  power  politeness  gender  language  understanding  society  u.k.  study  sex  rape  violence  celia_kitzinger  hannah_frith  thomas_macaulay_millar  rachel_o'byrne  culture  social_change  2011  2000s  2010s 
july 2013 by cluebucket
'Vocal Fry' Creeping Into U.S. Speech - ScienceNOW
"[T]he popular-music station on her teenage son's dial features creaky announcers, but she does not hear vocal fry on National Public Radio, which targets an older audience."
marissa_fessenden  english  american_english  speech  language  pitch  register  voice  vocal_fry  gender  glottalization  staccato  sciencemag  linguistics  phonetics  long_island_university  research  audio  communication  culture  nassima_abdelli-beruh  radio  age  2011 
february 2012 by cluebucket
Fuhgeddaboutit: New York accent may be dying out - Telegraph
"Long Island for example, was 'Lawn Gyland'. But, he claims such sounds have now faded from New York City."

my aunt used to always accuse us of our hard Gs, but in reality she was probably proud. I hope the fuggedabuddies bring out a noo yawk tawk revival.
accent  dialect  pronunciation  america  nyc  generation  loss  speech  language  george_jocknowitz  kara_becker  linguistics  2010s  21st_century 
january 2012 by cluebucket
William Faulkner: Nobel Prize Speech
"Our tragedy today is a general and universal physical fear so long sustained by now that we can even bear it. There are no longer problems of the spirit. There is only one question: When will I be blown up? Because of this, the young man or woman writing today has forgotten the problems of the human heart in conflict with itself which alone can make good writing because only that is worth writing about, worth the agony and the sweat. He must learn them again."
rjgeib  william_faulkner  speech  transcript  1950s  nobel_prize  acceptance  writer  1950  sweden  soul  poet  end  love  lust  life  20th_century 
december 2011 by cluebucket
Another Thing to Sort of Pin on David Foster Wallace -
"Smith has pinpointed the reason so much of what passes for intellectual debate nowadays is obscured behind a veneer of folksiness and sincerity and is characterized by an unwillingness to be pinned down. Where the craving for admiration and approval predominates, intellectual rigor cannot thrive, if it survives at all."
maud_newton  david_foster_wallace  writing  nytimes  trend  language  speech  word  internet  blog  slang  2011  2010s  postmodern  literature  geoff_dyer  a.o._scott  keith_gessen  zadie_smith  snoot  essay  irony  sincerity  straightforward  mark_twain  qualification  jacques_derrida  21st_century 
november 2011 by cluebucket
The word balloon in comics | Mindful Webworks
"Dashed lines for whispers became standard early-on, cloud-like thought balloons standardized a little later."
originally had a bookmark for the "evolution of speechballoons"
mindfulwebworks  comic  art  history  link  word  text  speech  bubble  balloon  2011 
october 2011 by cluebucket

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