Day 10. – #ShutTheHellUp – Medium
Today’s featured contributor is Anthony Sandusky. Anthony is a pastor, teacher, community builder, and social entrepreneur residing in New York City. He is an avid reader and enjoys music, traveling, and hiking. History records the damming effects of colonization for people in this country.
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yesterday
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The Toxic 'Blank Spots' of Niagara Falls
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yesterday
Day Eight. – #ShutTheHellUp – Medium
Mark’s Gospel starts with a bang. Its words pierce the first-century skies of Palestine. We rarely read — or hear — it that way, however.
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2 days ago
Day Nine. – #ShutTheHellUp – Medium
One of today’s featured contributors is Claire Hitchins. She is a learner in life whose journey of radical Christian discipleship has led her all over the place.
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2 days ago
Day Nine. – #ShutTheHellUp – Medium
One of today’s featured contributors is Ranjeeta Singh. Her bio is:Whole Body Health/Life CoachMind, body, and soulRace — humanReligion — LoveLiving in my truth. I love, Love.God is Love. Where there is fear, love cannot be present.Where there is love, fear cannot be present.
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2 days ago
The Toxic 'Blank Spots' of Niagara Falls - CityLab
The Toxic 'Blank Spots' of Niagara Falls #environment
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RT : Tech Industry: “We desperately need more developers!”

Newish Dev: “I’m here.”

Tech Industry: “Only experienced de…
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2 days ago
Day Seven. – #ShutTheHellUp – Medium
Today’s featured contributor is Tamika Jancewicz — a mother, womanist, and partner — is a spiritual empath and advocate for social justice and womyn empowerment.
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3 days ago
Day Six – #ShutTheHellUp – Medium
The Lord responded, “Don’t say, ‘I’m only a child.’ Where I send you, you must go; what I tell you, you must say. Hey there, Jeremiah — have you heard?
advent  christianity 
3 days ago
No Wonder Millennials Hate Capitalism - The New York Times
On a Friday night last month, I moderated a debate in Manhattan about whether we should scrap capitalism. It was organized by the socialist magazine Jacobin; defending capitalism were editors from the libertarian publication Reason. Tickets for all available 450 seats sold out in a day.
politics  society 
3 days ago
Don’t blame God or nature. We’re the culprits - David Suzuki Foundation
Don’t blame God or nature. We’re the culprits - David Suzuki Foundation
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3 days ago
GREENBERG: How Sidewalk Labs could make a vital contribution to Toronto’s evolution - Spacing Toronto
At a moment when over 80% of Canadians live in city regions, the challenges related to all aspects of achieving a sustainable future are piling up. The good news is that cities are inherently great problem solvers.
cities  google  toronto 
3 days ago
Breaking Bad News – Words That Matter – Medium
This is not urgent. Don’t look at it while you’re at the family dinner table. Don’t glance at it from behind the wheel during your drive home from work. Don’t lean off your yoga mat and interrupt the few precious moments you’ve set aside for transcendental meditation.
2tweet  politics  society 
3 days ago
Driving Back Chaos – Words That Matter – Medium
As order spins out of control, it leaves chaos in its wake. Around the world and here at home, 2017 has seen the erosion of that order and the institutions that protect it — and we cannot act soon enough to reverse this trajectory.
politics  society 
3 days ago
How brands secretly buy their way into Forbes, Fast Company, and HuffPost stories | The Outline
In late October, TechCrunch editor-at-large John Biggs noticed a Facebook Messenger request from someone he didn’t know, a man named Varun Satyam. When Biggs accepted the request, Satyam introduced himself as a marketer for technology startups.
7 days ago
Day Two. – #ShutTheHellUp – Medium
When I think about temples, my mind immediately travels to flesh and blood bodies as sacred temples, created in God’s holy and diverse image. Over the course of time, I think about how these temples have been named as marred and unholy.
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9 days ago
Twitter
RT : Great report on Bell’s blocking plan for the Internet. I reviewed the docs for the report and offer some additional…
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9 days ago
Sleep Walking into a War – Tobias Stone – Medium
We are 10 years into a war. A war most people don’t realise is happening, and which our governments are only just beginning to see. This is the Great Cyber War.
2tweet  politics  russia 
9 days ago
Day One. – #ShutTheHellUp – Medium
Today begins Advent, the season of preparing for not just the Christ child in the manger, but also the second coming of Christ, come to reconcile the world into the fullness and God intended God’s original creation to be.
advent  christianity  christmas 
10 days ago
Twitter
The three-degree world: cities that will be drowned by global warming
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10 days ago
Twitter
RT : Exactly a year ago, before he was and before the Republicans actually began eating the unfortunate sheep, I…
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11 days ago
Twitter
Surveillance Capitalism thinks it won, but there's still time to unplug it
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13 days ago
Twitter
RT : I am very old, so I know we will all be judged by history and those that come after us on whether we resisted racis…
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13 days ago
It's 2016. Why Can't Anyone Make a Decent Freaking To-Do App? | WIRED
Technology has given us one-tap access to taxis, laundromats, all of history's collected information, and sex. Yet it can't give us a decent to-do list. It's not for lack of trying. There's an entire corner of the Internet dedicated to making people more productive.
productivity 
15 days ago
Page not found | War Is Boring
In January 2015, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists advanced its famous Doomsday Clock to three minutes before midnight, a threat level that had not been reached for 30 years. Since then, there has been good reason to consider moving the hands even closer to doomsday.
climate  change  nuclear  war 
15 days ago
Nest’s time at Alphabet: A “virtually unlimited budget” with no results | Ars Technica
Nest CEO Tony Fadell wasn't officially "fired" from Nest, but it certainly feels like it. Nest and Alphabet announced Fadell would be "transitioning" to an advisory role at Alphabet, dropping both Nest and Fadell into a sea of negative press.
google  nest 
15 days ago
Tracking Blackness: A Q&A with Dark Matters Author Simone Browne | Political Research Associates
Click here to download the article as a PDF. This article appears in the Spring 2016 edition of The Public Eye magazine.
privacy 
15 days ago
China’s memory manipulators | Ian Johnson | World news | The Guardian
When I first went to China in 1984, my fellow foreign classmates and I at Peking University used to play a game with an old guidebook.
china  history  society 
19 days ago
What Are the Best and Worst Aspects of Cyberpunk? Authors Weigh In On Writing—and Reading—the Future | Tor.com
Cyberpunk. It’s about cybernetics, neuroscience, nanotech, and transhumanism—and much more than that. The upcoming anthology from Hex Publishers, Cyber World, looks at how the technological changes we all face have inspired new stories to address our fears, hopes, dreams, and desires.
science  fiction 
19 days ago
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