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I can't even get my students to read the syllabus
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So happy to be part of this initiative. Great work everyone. We're changing the world!
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How to organize tech workers to change company policy | Frame Shift Consulting
Reminder that the details on how tech workers can change company polices are here, courtesy of
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Slide 14 is my favourite gut punch
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Slightly updated slides for "How to act as an ally in tech in 2017" for today's talk
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RT : This is great stuff on fair dealing from
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Literally, millions of public school children in poverty get free lunch at school because otherwise they won't eat.
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This is posturing.

Real solutions:

1-Transparent accountability process for the public to file complaints
2- Co…
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Friends in London: does such great work in our community! If you can, lend your support
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that's a really good poster, too
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One year ago today I brought home these little brats.
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RT : here's an interesting post from a guy who has employees sign life ending NDA's that bar them from speaking to the p…
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The Psychology of Meetings | Psychology Today
Redesigning the culture of work means deconstructing our history of ineffective meetings
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International Indigenous Librarians Forum is underway
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RT : 10 Trump voters & 11 Clinton voters sit down and talk with each other. A hope-inspiring project by :…
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Why Facts Don’t Change Our Minds - The New Yorker
Stripped of a lot of what might be called cognitive-science-ese, Mercier and Sperber’s argument runs, more or less, as follows: Humans’ biggest advantage over other species is our ability to coöperate. Coöperation is difficult to establish and almost as difficult to sustain. For any individual, freeloading is always the best course of action. Reason developed not to enable us to solve abstract, logical problems or even to help us draw conclusions from unfamiliar data; rather, it developed to resolve the problems posed by living in collaborative groups.
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Follow up: I placed second in sparring!
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Oh good, everybody agrees this looks familiar. Wait.
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Hmmm remember when found internal data on rapes & assaults by drivers and Uber moved to root out leakers?…
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Cool work on linking browsing history to social media profiles. Install uBlock Origin. Protect your browser history…
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RT : I am shocked, shocked to read this about a company whose data science team once boasted about mapping one-night sta…
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RT : Oof 7 out of 8 women working in this division at Uber leave the company over the course of the one year described.
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Reports and statistics
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The bullshit lies of the far right should be mocked and ignored, not refuted, but here you go; Sweden is fine.
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Look! A project that promotes STEM using evidence based practice. Bonus: popcorn!
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From 'Fail Funnier', a lovely profile of children's author and illustrator in the :…
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This makes me wonder if there will one day be an OER movement for digital assets in games.
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RT : What will they say about you?
Maybe they'll say you showed them what's possible.
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I'm just tryna enjoy this 50 deg weather in the middle of winter but I kno it's bc of global warming & polar bears…
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Today's morning newsletter will be out this evening (link in bio) as I'm currently on my to my first karate tournam…
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This speaks to my interests
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Protesters to rally outside Detroit ICE office to support immigrants
RT : Pro-immigration rally outside of ICE office in Detroit today comes just hours before Trump may deploy National Guard
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Meta - AI for Science
RT : Having solved the problem of how to sustainably deliver trusted news Zuck sets his sights on scholarly communication
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Your periodic reminder that is a body of research that your can and should use to ground your work regarding women…
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RT : Library hand, the fastidiously neat penmanship style made for card catalogs
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RT : "diehard coders"? i'm a librarian.
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Drink beer - help make Windsor better - faster- stronger. Thanks so much !
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Geospatial Data and Analysis [Book]
RT : curious about geospatial? check out this book by covering a wide array of GIS technologies
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RT : Receiving reports that this Eeveelution name trick has been working, travelers!
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Yikes. The battle between the Inclusionists vs the Deletionionists of Wikipedia is worse than I thought…
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