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The MLK Speech We Need Today Is Not the One We Remember Most
King called the U.S. “the greatest purveyor of violence in the world today.”..or King, standing against racial and economic inequality also demanded a recognition that those problems were inseparable from the military-industrial complex and capitalism itself. King saw “the war as an enemy of the poor,” as young black men were sent to “guarantee liberties in Southeast Asia which they had not found in southwest Georgia and East Harlem.” “If America’s soul becomes totally poisoned,” King said, “part of the autopsy must read Vietnam.”What made King truly radical was his desire to act on this empathy for people not like himself, neither black nor American. For him, there was “no meaningful solution” to the war without taking into account Vietnamese people, who were “the voiceless ones.” Recognizing their suffering from far away, King connected it with the intimate suffering of African Americans at home.King argued for an ever expanding moral solidarity that would include those we think of as the enemy: “Here is the true meaning and value of compassion and nonviolence, when it helps us to see the enemy’s point of view … For from his view we may indeed see the basic weaknesses of our own condition, and if we are mature, we may learn and grow and profit from the wisdom of the brothers who are called the opposition.”This was the dream of King’s that I prefer–the vision of a difficult and ever expanding kinship, extending not only to those whom we consider near and dear, but also to the far and the feared.
Time  icons  speeches  ideas  counter-view  America  Vietnam 
yesterday by thomas.kochi
Kubernetes Icons Set
These icons are a way to standardize Kubernetes architecture diagrams for presentation. Having uniform architecture diagrams improve understandibility.
Kubernetes  icons  opensource  images  repository 
yesterday by liqweed
Windows 98 Icons are Great · Alex Meub
In my opinion, the UI design of Windows peaked in the late 1990s. The classic, utilitarian icons from Windows 98 just look amazing.
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2 days ago by unblevable
Windows 98 Icons are Great
Rather than some designer’s flashy vision of the future, Windows 98 icons made the operating system feel like a place to get real work done. They had hard edges, soft colors and easy-to-recognize symbols. It’s obvious that the icons were meticulously crafted. Each 256-color .ico file includes a pixel-perfect 16x16, 32x32 and 48x48 version that looks equally good on the taskbar and desktop. Maybe its nostalgia, but I still prefer the classic icons of Windows 98 over the shiny, drop-shadowed icons of later years. You can download the entire Windows 98 collection of .ico files here.
blog-posts  history  windows  icons 
2 days ago by mikael
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