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This is why I'm pushing for Mastodon.
It *isn't* free of assholes. But it will let us make better walls.
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Dear other men: how about we try not to take the completely wrong lesson from sexual harassment cases
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10 days ago
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This is why I won't be using again. , is this something you can act on?
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11 days ago
wandering.shop - Wandering Shop
If you’re remotely interested in trying again, I recommend as friendly and good, with solid admins.
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12 days ago
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Because the *individual* effort required is just “get an account, check it once a week” and that’s pret…
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12 days ago
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Really good explanation of major problems. However, I still see no existing platform with more potential…
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12 days ago
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Me too, but I also want to understand why Twitter mostly killed that. (/cc ). I believe Mastodon…
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12 days ago
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Wow, that sounds awful, and also the total opposite of my experience. Which home server were you using? I…
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12 days ago
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As in: you can’t get people kicked off the network. But you CAN have much more control over interaction.…
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12 days ago
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I think Mastodon gives MUCH more potential for fixing. As for combating abuse: it depends on your experi…
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12 days ago
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Hey, ! This kid's looking forward to seeing you tonight. (I'm trying to keep his expectations in check.)
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18 days ago
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Yeah, you're right. I still have concerns with an obvious repo for all my most valuable data, but given the…
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23 days ago
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I would definitely still recommend a password vault. As for the risks of choosing the most popular one... no…
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24 days ago
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But I haven't *deeply* thought this through, and I'm no infosec expert. It may be…
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24 days ago
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Compromise the app before it reaches the client (several options) or widespread m…
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24 days ago
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What I'm wondering is how you're preparing for the possibility of guarding enough value that "ludicrous"…
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24 days ago
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I get that. An attack would be very difficult, but it's not unforeseeable:

I'm…
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24 days ago
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I get that. An attack would be very difficult, but it's not unforeseeable:

I'm…
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24 days ago
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Right, or finding a decrypt shortcut, or attacking the client software (rather than the cloud s…
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24 days ago
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Sorry, "to valuable a target TO defend." i.e. As more people store their data with it, mass leaks become…
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24 days ago
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ARKit is ingenious, but so is adding Screen Recorder into the iOS Control Center in the same update

Exhibit 1, of…
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28 days ago
52 - Be My Squirrel | Idea Factory Giveaway
RT : Part 2 of the return of with included a new kind of copyright that needs implementing
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4 weeks ago
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RT : This is happening. Drop what you are doing to start calling, start showing up, start descending on DC. Game on.
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4 weeks ago
As urgent deadline approaches, here's how you can help immigrant youth with their DACA renewal fees
RT : URGENT Deadline: Help DACA youth pay their renewal fees.

W/O it, they can be targeted for deportation in 3 weeks.
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4 weeks ago
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Okay, let’s remove the people from this thread who don’t need to be on it (which probabl…
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4 weeks ago
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Looks like a WordPress issue on ’s server, I think
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4 weeks ago
Software is a Long Con – emptywheel
You depend on software, maybe make it.
Please, PLEASE read and understand:
"Software Is A Long Con" by
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4 weeks ago
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Comment of the day, regarding SoFi CEO resigning over sexual harassment
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4 weeks ago
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according to quantum computing is so magic powerful that it might even be able to describe itself witho…
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5 weeks ago
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Oh my god, I had no idea.
(Still waiting for "Anne Dudley Plays The Art Of Noise" to b…
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5 weeks ago
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Jaw-dropping example for gov't service design: iterating on research & experiments for UX ⭐️AND POLICY DEVELOPMENT⭐️
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5 weeks ago
John Cleese on Monty Python and Political Correctness
This John Cleese interview with is revealing, cringe-inducing, frustrating, fascinating.
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5 weeks ago
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It was an SSA experience, like the one in this thread, that persuaded me to join . It was who persuade…
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5 weeks ago
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Last year, one could map terrible propaganda memes (like “Irish slaves”) through Facebook. But now, you can’t.
A th…
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5 weeks ago
Current Affairs | Culture & Politics
.’s very readable look at the arguments around Cultural Appropriation, and her model to explain it:
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6 weeks ago
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Hello Kitty loves User Experience!
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6 weeks ago
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How impressive is this bit of Facebook automated translation?

(I am impressed, but I know almost nothing about mod…
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6 weeks ago
Home Office used charity data map to deport rough sleepers | UK news | The Guardian
RT : UK government obtained data map on homeless people compiled by nonprofits and used it to deport illegal immigrants
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6 weeks ago
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Thinking of starting a business centered around open source or open standards? This short, clear thread is vital re…
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6 weeks ago
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okay, which joker put the Mission weather sensor in Zeitgeist’s beer garden
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6 weeks ago
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Woooow. Thank you for pointing this out! I remember a big picnic with folks like &…
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6 weeks ago
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Yep, sounds like me - would’ve been between ‘97 and ’99. I’m honoured that you remember! (And…
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6 weeks ago
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First examples that come to mind? I feel so completely out of it, I have no idea, and I need good summer…
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6 weeks ago
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every time I’m about to give up on twitter, an account makes me fall in love again
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6 weeks ago
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Noah, you are an utterly fantastic individual. Literally fantastic, like a gryphon or a centaur. Thank you for ever…
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7 weeks ago
Github GraphQL query example · GitHub
Intrigued by ? Here's an annotated, real-world example query of the . You can try it yourself!
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7 weeks ago
Untitled (https://www.fcc.gov/ecfs/search/filings?proceedings_name=17-108)
RT : Today is your last day to fight for . You can do so here: Here's why you shou…
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7 weeks ago
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RT : Today is your last day to fight for . You can do so here: Here's why you shou…
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7 weeks ago
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<3 This was apparently general advice rather than about something happening to her:
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7 weeks ago
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I watched that interview like five times in a row, I think it was the Nutella comment that got me

(You s…
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7 weeks ago
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if “The Young Offenders” hadn’t already made my evening, the comments on its YouTube trailer page would’ve
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7 weeks ago
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Huge thanks to for answering a sudden barrage of questions from a stranger about someone else's gend…
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7 weeks ago
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Thanks for spotting that! There’s still a load of related stuff I’m trying to wrap my…
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7 weeks ago
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So we’re clear: I totally accept the systemic bias in STEM fields against women due to the self-sust…
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7 weeks ago
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Nor can I tell if it actually matters.

This is why I am asking someone who knows their shit. (PLEAS…
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7 weeks ago
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I *do* see loads of people RTing with snarky comments about confirmation bias, and I can’t tell if t…
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7 weeks ago
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… I tweeted this without actually reading the paper.

The impression I get is that nobody RTing this…
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7 weeks ago
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THANK YOU SO MUCH for this convo. I hugely appreciate getting this reading from someone who knows th…
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7 weeks ago
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Oh, for sure. But - if I’m reading it right - the paper talks about women being biased towards paper…
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7 weeks ago
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Am I reading the paper right in it saying that both men & women show equivalent amounts of bias towa…
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7 weeks ago
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If I read you right, that’s what the paper is arguing, isn’t it? That identity (field, gender, facul…
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7 weeks ago
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Right, and this is the wall that - thanks to a friend pointing it out - I hit, which then raised all…
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7 weeks ago
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and many people did read it and rejected it even harder, because the article was j…
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7 weeks ago
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especially by cramming it all into your mouth while saying “OM NOM NOM”

what you lose in languid contem…
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7 weeks ago
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Really not the best weekend to sell me this t-shirt, Random Facebook Advertiser.

“They’ve got skulls on them! Hans…
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7 weeks ago
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The Wired piece on gender bias in science was already good, but this paragraph is the gem.
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7 weeks ago
Why Men Don’t Believe the Data on Gender Bias in Science
The Wired piece on gender bias in science was already good, but this paragraph is the gem.
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7 weeks ago
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RT : All profits from these interviews go to : . Also, donate:…
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7 weeks ago
What pardoning Arpaio would mean to the worst people in government
Trump’s message to police and ICE agents: You are above the law. Want to torture & kill non-white people? Go for it.
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7 weeks ago
Twitter
to enjoy the ride you must now be THIS tall
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8 weeks ago
18F: Digital service delivery | Join 18F
RT : New job opening: Consulting Software Engineer at GS levels 13-15. Applications close
9/1
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8 weeks ago
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Do you give great workshops for Javascript coders? Are you free to go to New York in mid-October? Give…
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9 weeks ago
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It was a good run, - two and a half years before reality beat you.
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9 weeks ago
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“in even a fragment of naiveté toward plans of evil men lies the greatest danger” , July

“Seriously?”…
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9 weeks ago
You’ll Never Be as Radical as This 18th-Century Quaker Dwarf - The New York Times
The remarkable story of Benjamin Lay, a Quaker dwarf who became the first revolutionary abolitionist: /via
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9 weeks ago
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