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Government shutdown: Russian bots are helping Republicans blame Democrats with #schumershutdown — Quartz
The GOP is getting a boost with that message from a now-familiar ally: Russian bots. In the last 48 hours, Russia-linked Twitter accounts tweeted #schumershutdown more than any other hashtag, according to Hamilton 68, a project run by the German Marshall Fund think tank that tracks tweets “tied to Russia-linked influence networks.”
twitter  propaganda  russia  usa  government  politics  corruption  social.media 
3 hours ago
GoalKicker.com – Free Programming Books
these are basically the stackoverflow books with junk branding
books  so 
5 hours ago
If it's a "seller's market", why do so many developers work under onerous IP con... | Hacker News
> If it's a "seller's market", why do so many developers work under onerous IP contracts that grant their employers rights to what they build in their spare time?
> If it's a "seller's market", why do so many developers work in noisy bullpen environments where they have to blast music into their ears with headphones to focus their attention on what they're building?
> If it's a "seller's market", why do so many developers have stories about working late at night and on weekends to ship features on bogus accelerated schedules they had little hand in setting?
> If it's a "seller's market", why do so many developers accept payment in the form of equity that has to be executed at great expense immediately after leaving the company, and offers no actual guarantee of return after making that investment?
> If it's a "seller's market", why are developers forced to move to the most expensive real estate markets in the country to work every day from a particular office when their work can be done more productively from their own home offices?
>If it's a "seller's market", why are so many developers compensated with equity whose terms they're not even allowed to fully understand? And why is it that their common shares are last in line after liquidation preferences and VCs take their rake?
> I don't understand how you can spend more than a few months on Hacker News without seeing the litany of complaints developers have about their working conditions. Not simply how much they're paid --- and make no mistake, plenty of developers have those complaints, and feel victimized by the way compensation is negotiated for in this market --- but also simply for how inefficiently and inhumanely their jobs are structured compared to what they so obviously could be.

> Tech workers should organize. United they bargain, divided they write anonymous complaints on HN.
labor  tptacek  management  productivity  ip  hn 
7 hours ago
Spinitron - KRVM: 60s Beat Sat Jan 20th 2018
bunch of louie-louie soundalikes in this mix
music  playlist 
21 hours ago
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