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Stuart Hall and the Rise of Cultural Studies | The New Yorker
In the summer of 1983, the Jamaican scholar Stuart Hall, who lived and taught in England, travelled to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, to deliver a series of lectures on something called “Cultural Studies.
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5 hours ago
The Complex Gender Politics of the 'Wonder Woman' Movie | Hollywood Reporter
Can Patty Jenkins make the superhero world safe for female directors? Warner Bros.
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23 hours ago
Wonder Woman Review: Patty Jenkins's Hard-Won Wisdom | The New Yorker
A story of disillusionment and lost innocence, of vain ambition and bitter victory, Patty Jenkins’s “Wonder Woman” is a movie told in flashback, starting with its heroine, Diana (Gal Gadot), doing curatorial work in the present day beneath the Louvre’s glass pyramid.
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23 hours ago
The clear divide on the Cannes Film Festival red carpet
There has been a plethora of red carpet events recently, a chance for females to stress over their gown choices and dutifully credit designer names to camera while men rock up in an off-the-rack suit and comfortable shoes.
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8 days ago
Wonder Woman on Themyscira | fxguide
Before Wonder Woman was joining forces with Batman and others in her "League", she was Diana, princess of the Amazons, trained to be an unconquerable warrior. Raised on a sheltered island paradise, the fictitious all-female sanctuary of Themyscira was created by the Gods of Olympus.
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9 days ago
This Is How Cats Conquered The World
It would have been an African wildcat, Felis silvestris; specifically, a member of the subspecies Felis silvestris lybica, which domestic cats are descended from. It would have looked pretty much like a modern cat, to the untrained eye. Of course, it probably happened dozens or hundreds of times.
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12 days ago
A Cyborg Manifesto of Black People In Theory – Performing the Digital → Blog
There is not a theoretical absence of blackness and the black body (both male and female) because they are used as political frame or experience (blackness) or object of study (the black body) by academics who strive to subvert or chip at the hegemonic force known as the canon (which does occasiona
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29 days ago
On the Form of the Video Essay | TriQuarterly
Send New Beasts by Joe Wenderoth History by Dinty W. Moore Grandpa by Steven Chen by Kristen Radtke October Fire by Michael Lent Wolfvision by Robyn Schiff Nick Twemlow Gut Renovation by Su Friedrich The essay’s innermost formal law is heresy.
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29 days ago
The Future of the Left Is Female
A lot of people predicted that women were going to change America’s political history in January of 2017. But pretty much no one anticipated that they’d be doing it as leaders of the resistance.
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29 days ago
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It is with great satisfaction that we submit to you this report regarding the tenure application of Professor Minerva McGonagall. We recommend that she be granted tenure, although, as you will see further on in this parchment, we have several reservations.
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4 weeks ago
He Lets His Cat Outside To Discover The Snow, But Wasn’t Expecting The Surprise He Got… Just WATCH - YouTube
May 27, 2017 at 10:34AM: Most cats don’t enjoy snow so much, but this Norwegian Forest cat would rather go out side and jump in the snow then do anything else – Forget the toys, it’s snow time! Nala the cat even likes catching snow balls – so much in fact that she will jump up on the door and ask for his owner to come and throw snowballs for her… It’s NOT something you’d expect! You’ve gotta see Nala’s when there’s snow outside, it’s awesome
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8 weeks ago
Gamergate FBI file shows no charges brought despite confessions - Business Insider
The day before Halloween, FBI agents showed up at the home of a Massachusetts man linked to dozens of rape, bomb, and death threats targeting women involved in the video game scene.
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12 weeks ago
Toxicity and Tone Are Not The Same Thing: analyzing the new Google API on toxicity, PerspectiveAPI.
Google’s Jigsaw group today launched Perspective API, their api to create better conversations but their first role out, their first machine learning model is to help deem or rate conversations as ‘toxic’ or not.
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12 weeks ago
Emotional Labor From Students Of Color Ain't Free, Cornell | The Huffington Post
Far above Cayuga's waters, I am a Senior at Cornell and I am tired of being the teacher of my own race/class/gender/disability-based trauma. Y'all have never compensated us for this extensive emotional labor invested by us day in and day out. We came here to graduate, not to perform your job.
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12 weeks ago
Matt Mitchell Is Arming Underserved Communities With Anti-Surveillance Tools - Motherboard
Matthew Mitchell had one of his first encounters with surveillance in the 1990s. At General Electric, his work usually involved repairing computers. But after a sexual harassment incident at the company, superiors asked Mitchell to retrieve his co-workers' search histories.
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12 weeks ago
Hackers, Trackers and Snoops: Our Privacy Survey Results
Protecting our privacy and staying secure in the physical world is second nature. We lock our doors to keep out unwanted guests. We shut our blinds to thwart nosy neighbors. And we tuck away our wallets to foil thieves. It’s habit. And it’s common sense.
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12 weeks ago
Just Wait Until I Get Tenure
A Facebook friend, Steven Salaita, recently wrote a post about academe arguing that tenure-track professors are kidding themselves if they say they will become more radical once they get tenure.
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april 2017
Russians used ‘Bernie Bros’ as ‘unwitting agents’ in disinformation campaign: Senate Intel witness
At Thursday afternoon’s meeting of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Retired Gen. Keith Alexander — former director of the National Security Agency — said that Russian operatives targeted both liberal and conservative voters in its disinformation campaigns during the 2016 election. Dr.
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march 2017
The End of Prestige Television - The Toast
 The final episode aired on a Sunday night at 9, following months of public commemoration. There were spontaneous parades in twelve cities. The New York Times published a profile that literally glowed (each copy was hand-brushed in strontium aluminate).
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march 2017
The Invisible Labor of Faculty of Color on Campus - The Atlantic
The “invisible labor” done by professors of color is not usually rewarded with tenure and promotion. But it is more important now than ever.
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march 2017
University of Michigan Moves to Increase Diversity - The Atlantic
The administration has launched a multiyear racial and socioeconomic diversity plan, but a lot of students aren’t pleased. ANN ARBOR, Mich.—Jacqueline Graniel spent her whole childhood in Southern California assuming other families also lived paycheck to paycheck.
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march 2017
How Netflix embodies a seductive myth of the algorithmic age.
This essay is adapted from What Algorithms Want: Imagination in the Age of Computing, by Ed Finn, published by MIT Press. On Tuesday, March 28, Ed Finn will discuss What Algorithms Want at an event in Washington. For more information and to RSVP, click here.
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march 2017
Has the Video Essay Arrived? | Moving Image Archive News
Publications in both film criticism and academic film studies have historically been in writing, but as affordable lightweight cameras and digital film-editing tools increasingly have put video production into the hands of anyone, that has been changing.
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march 2017
YouTube Blocks LGBTQ Videos Under Restricted Mode | Teen Vogue
YouTube is working on ways to filter out offensive content, but some vloggers have noticed that one of its latest tactics has created a serious feeling of censorship towards the LGBTQ+ community.
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march 2017
Featured Gallery Artist: Julie Levin Russo – Library+
I had a video in the faculty/staff exhibit – I answered these questions for my artist profile:

What’s special about the way you teach?
My background is in media studies, but at Evergreen I have the opportunity to focus on integrating theory and practice. I really value the learning experience I’ve had in Mediaworks – learning about how to support students’ artistic projects and development. I believe that building skills in media criticism makes you a stronger creator and building skills in creating media makes you a stronger critic, and that approach is a unique feature of our curriculum.

Why did you become an Artist?
As with my teaching, I became interested in creating video works because I was studying them in my research. In the field of audiovisual media, it seemed natural to engage with critical topics audiovisually and not just through academic writing. My video projects have all been tied to my scholarly projects, and function for me as an alternative mode to process and communicate ideas. The music video mashup that I have in the gallery show was part of the introduction to a journal issue I co-edited on the topic of Fan / Remix Video.

How do you feel about the campus resources?
For a small public institution, Evergreen has a pretty unprecedented breadth and depth of media equipment and facilities available to the campus community. I was in awe when I saw Media Loan and the CCAM TV studio on my first visit to the college. We also have and teach some media resources that have become very rare, like 16mm film production. It’s really special for me and for students to have access to this array of tools outside of a film school.

Why is Evergreen a good place to study art?
Anyone can learn the technical aspects of a piece of equipment – developing the analytical, conceptual, and creative skills to say something through craft is the most important learning college can offer. Through our interdisciplinary coordinated studies model and intensive media and art programs, Evergreen students can get the foundations to make truly innovative and socially engaged work.
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march 2017
Want to Profit Off Your Meme? Good Luck if You Aren't White | WIRED
Gather round, ye olds, and thrill to a tale of yore. Summer 2014, to be exact. The place? Vine (RIP). The hero? A Chicago teenager calling herself Peaches Monroee, who uploaded a video in which she described her eyebrows as “on fleek.”
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march 2017
How Do You Dismantle Black Studies in 2016?: Use Academic Terrorism | The Huffington Post
Like Black communities in general, Black Studies is under siege. In fact, many administrators at Predominantly White Institutions (PWI’s) don’t want Black Studies departments or programs at their universities any more than they did in 1968.
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march 2017
How Pepe the Frog Became a Nazi Trump Supporter and Alt-Right Symbol - The Daily Beast
The green frog was behind the United States side of the metal fence at the country’s southernmost border, smirking and holding a Donald Trump campaign button up to his chin.
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february 2017
4chan: The Skeleton Key to the Rise of Trump – Dale Beran – Medium
Trump’s younger supporters know he’s an incompetent joke; in fact, that’s why they support him. Around 2005 or so a strange link started showing up in my old webcomic’s referral logs. This new site I didn’t understand. It was a bulletin board, but its system of navigation was opaque.
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february 2017
www.nytimes.com
WATERVILLE, Me. — Conservative media outlets have built a cottage industry of outrage on the premise that conservative students are victims of a “tyrannical” campus left. I know this message well, because over a decade ago, as a conservative student at Bucknell, I helped devise and spread it.
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february 2017
We're Here, We're Queer, We're Racists - ZED Books
Last week an acquaintance of mine – a deputy editor at a prominent gay magazine – attended the anti-Trump demonstrations against the ‘Muslim Ban’ at Downing Street.
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february 2017
Against Normalization: The Lesson of the “Munich Post” - Los Angeles Review of Books
THE TRUMP-HITLER COMPARISON. Is there any comparison? Between the way the campaigns of Donald Trump and Adolf Hitler should have been treated by the media and the culture? The way the media should act now? The problem of normalization?
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february 2017
As mental health crises soar, colleges can't meet student needs
olleges across the country are failing to keep up with a troubling spike in demand for mental health care — leaving students stuck on waiting lists for weeks, unable to get help. STAT surveyed dozens of universities about their mental health services.
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february 2017
Peaceful protest is much more effective than violence for toppling dictators - The Washington Post
Political scientist Erica Chenoweth used to believe, as many do, that violence is the most reliable way to get rid of a dictator. History is filled, after all, with coups, rebellions and civil wars.
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february 2017
Targeted Online Harassment of Faculty | AAUP
The statement, "Targeted Online Harassment of Faculty," addresses increasing concerns about efforts to intimidate and harass faculty. The Professor Watchlist website, claiming to identify professors who "advance leftist propaganda in the classroom" is one example of such efforts.
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february 2017
Liberals On the Edge of a Nervous Breakdown - POLITICO Magazine
Once, there was a strange and subtle art practiced among the elect of London and Washington, called Kremlinology.
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february 2017
The Myth of the Well-Behaved Women’s March | New Republic
On October 5, 1789, a crowd of more than seven thousand women—fish sellers and bakers, working women from the markets, bourgeois “bonnet-wearing” women from the suburbs—marched the twelve miles from Paris to Versailles to demand King Louis XVI release his stores of grain.
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february 2017
www.theguardian.com
Trials begin Monday in Washington state after actions intended to shut down oil sands pipelines, in solidarity with Standing Rock Sioux tribe’s efforts 06.00 EST Last modified on Monday 30 January 2017 06.
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february 2017
Chani Nicholas – Inauguration Affirmations: Horoscopes for the Week of January 16th
2016’s astrology featured many aspects, chief among them a square between Saturn in Sagittarius and Neptune in Pisces. These two planets in difficult aspect to one another correlated with the dissolution of many societal structures. The red planet, Mars, also went through a difficult passage.
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january 2017
From Tape Drives to Memory Orbs, the Data Formats of Star Wars Suck (Spoilers) | Motherboard
Rogue One is a great addition to the Star Wars universe because it takes a glaringly stupid plot mechanism—the exhaust port vulnerability in the Death Star—and attributes it to an architect’s sabotage.
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january 2017
We're living through the first world cyberwar – but just haven’t called it that | Martin Belam | Opinion | The Guardian
Nation states have been attacking each other electronically for a decade or more. Historians will eventually give it a name and a start and end date
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january 2017
Self-publishing startup Wattpad looks to move its stories to the TV airwaves - Technology & Science - CBC News
Since launching 10 years ago, Wattpad has become a popular place for budding writers to cultivate their voices online — a space where they can post and receive feedback on self-published stories. Now the Canadian app is hoping to bring these stories to another medium: television.
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january 2017
I’ve left Twitter. It is unusable for anyone but trolls, robots and dictators | Lindy West | Opinion | The Guardian
For half a decade on the platform, I have been micromanaged by strangers and neo-Nazis have mined my personal life for vulnerabilities to exploit I deactivated my Twitter account today.
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january 2017
The Complete Anti-Fascist Reading List | Anti-Fascist News
The term “fascism” has been thrown around left circles for decades as a proxy for authoritarianism, racism, or both.
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january 2017
How to Delete Facebook, Permanently
Want to start 2017 off better than 2016? Our humble suggestion: Delete everything! This week we’ll go over how to ditch almost every aspect of your online life, from Twitter to Instagram to Gmail. Today: Burn down the house that Mark Zuckerberg built. Hoo, boy.
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january 2017
Study: racism and sexism predict support for Trump much more than economic dissatisfaction - Vox
Following Donald Trump’s election, the media tried to identify several indicators for why he won. Was it the opioid painkiller and heroin epidemic? Poor health outcomes? The economy?
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january 2017
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In 1992, a magnetic young Democrat swept aside twelve years of unbroken Republican rule by campaigning on a platform that seemed to cross the old left-right divide.
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january 2017
INTERVIEW: CALLING ALL GAL PALS – JARROW & LEAH – These Curious Times
Jarrow was the first and only person to rec me something on my  [email protected]email alias which is set up so folks can point me in the direction of interesting things that are below my limited radar.
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january 2017
Security Culture Is Good – The New Inquiry
Start simple. These are bare-minimum security requirements for anyone using modern communications tools. • Update all of your software as soon as new versions become available on your phone and computer (including your browser). Turn on automatic updates.
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january 2017
Eating cheese, butter and cream can help protect you from heart disease, study finds | The Independent
Fatty foods such as cheese, butter, and cream are often considered culprits of heart disease – but according to a new study, a diet high in saturated fat could in fact bring significant health benefits.
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january 2017
Beyoncé’s Lemonade, Avant-Garde Aesthetics, and Music Video: “The Past and the Future Merge to Meet Us Here”
Beyoncé’s Lemonade is a 56-minute film composed of twelve music videos with interludes comprised of spoken-word poetry, concrete sound, and visual tableaux.
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january 2017
Beyoncé’s <i>Lemonade</i>: She Dreams in Both Worlds | Film International
By Lisa Perrott, Holly Rogers, and Carol Vernallis. Beyoncé calls Lemonade a “visual album.
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january 2017
How to make an animated GIF in Photoshop
Learn how to use a series of photos and frame animation to create an animated GIF. (Try it, 4 min) In this tutorial, you'll learn how to turn a series of photos into a looping animated GIF using Photoshop.
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january 2017
Stretcher | Features | Tunneling Through the Wasteland: Ant Farm Video
Continuing our series of excerpts from the Ant Farm 1968 - 1978 exhibition catalog, we present this essay by Pacific Film Archive video curator Steve Seid. See also Constance Lewallen’s Introduction to Ant Farm and Michael Sorkin’s Sex, Drugs, Rock and Roll, Cars, Dolphins, and Architecture.
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january 2017
Wonder Woman: The Gal Gadot Movie 75 Years in the Making
She's been a suffragist, a soldier and a sex symbol. But it took 75 years to bring the world's most famous female superhero to the big screen. Why we need Wonder Woman now. It was supposed to be a photo-op.
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january 2017
Fembot in a Red Dress on Vimeo
Liked on Vimeo: Fembot in a Red Dress This video essay examines the cultural trope of the “lady in red” as it evolved from the genre of film noir to science fiction and from the human to the artificial female in a variety of film and television texts. It was developed during the NEH Video Criticism Workshop on Scholarship in Sound & Image at Middlebury College in 2015 and is featured with commentary on [in]Transition: Journal of Videographic Film and Moving Image Studies, Issue 2.4, January 2016 (http://ift.tt/1S0bkst)
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january 2017
HBO | The Rise of TV as Film on Vimeo
Liked on Vimeo: HBO | The Rise of TV as Film Not a single name has had more of an impact on an artistic medium than HBO. When their first programs aired, TV had never quite been cinematic. The medium was a step down from film; it was melodrama to be broadcast to the masses. Fast forward nearly two decades (and 174 HBO programs) to now and TV is telling stories leaps and bounds more imaginative and ambitious than most films today. Enjoy this ride through their growth from a scrappy young network to one that changed the game forever. This is my last work as a tribute editor. I am focusing fully on my narrative filmmaking and achieving success telling my own stories — but I had a hell of a time doing these. Thank you for watching and supporting my work. SONGS USED — 
“Infinity Guitars“ by Sleigh Bells (GIRLS) “Don’t Stop Believin’” by Journey (THE SOPRANOS)
 “Fresh Blood” by Eels (THE JINX) 
“Heroes” by Scala & Kolacny Brothers (BALLERS) 
“I Don’t Care” by Icona Pop (GIRLS) COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER — 
Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
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january 2017
The Place of Voiceover in Academic Audiovisual Film and Television Criticism on Vimeo
Liked on Vimeo: The Place of Voiceover in Academic Audiovisual Film and Television Criticism This essay video appears, with written accompaniment, in the audiovisual essay section of the NECSUS: European Journal of Media Studies (Autumn 2016), guest edited by Catherine Grant: http://ift.tt/2gWeSzY
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january 2017
Tumblr Fandometrics
years of data on what media is popular on Tumblr (just lists) - an interesting quantitative view of this taste culture
ratings  Tumblr  fandom 
january 2017
Special Issue: Media Activism Politics in/for the Age of Trump – Flow
there are additional Flow articles related to the election in issues around the same time
politics  media.politics  news 
january 2017
This Professor Bought A Book That She’d Previously Owned Years Ago - BuzzFeed News
Gena Zuroski, an associate professor of English and Cultural Studies at McMaster University, was extremely surprised when a book she re-ordered turned out to be the exact same copy of the book that she had lost.
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january 2017
Trump's Antagonistic Tweet Tests The Limits of Twitter's Rules - BuzzFeed News
Last night President-elect Donald Trump used his Twitter account to criticize Chuck Jones, an Indiana union organizer who has been sharply critical of Trump’s recent Carrier deal to keep jobs from moving to Mexico.
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january 2017
In 2017, Fusing Identity and Class Politics in "Trumpland" | Common Dreams | Breaking News & Views for the Progressive Community
Like millions of other Americans, I was shocked, but perhaps not entirely surprised, by Donald Trump’s victory on election night. His blatant racism and misogyny, cynical exploitation of economic populism, and ties to fascist ideology have generated enormous fears.
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january 2017
2016's word of the year isn't a word. It's a number.
Oxford Dictionaries chose post-truth. Dictionary.com selected xenophobia. The Cambridge Dictionary picked paranoid, and the Collins Dictionary Brexit. Merriam-Webster is coming later this week, but fascism is leading its pack.
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january 2017
Female professors ‘pay price for academic citizenship’ | THE News
Female professors earn less on average than their male counterparts because they focus on underappreciated “academic citizen” roles that do not lead to promotion or pay rises, a new study suggests.
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january 2017
The Best Video Essays of 2016 - Fandor
As with last year, we polled esteemed video essay creators, scholars, programmers, and devoted followers of the form to highlight the best video essays of the year.
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january 2017
"LiveJournal represents social media without borders." | MetaFilter
As of a few days ago, the IP addresses for blogging service LiveJournal have moved to 81.19.74.*, a block that lookup services locate in Moscow, Russia. Now users -- especially those who do not trust the Russian government -- are leaving the platform and advising others to leave.
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january 2017
Amazon Echo and Google Home Record What You Say. What Happens to Your Data? | WIRED
If you got an Amazon Echo or Google Home voice assistant, welcome to a life of luxurious convenience. You’ll be asking for the weather, the news, and your favorite songs without having to poke around on your phone. You’ll be turning off lights and requesting videos from bed. The world is yours.
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january 2017
The Progress and Pitfalls of Television’s Treatment of Rape | Variety
When he was helping to choose writers for the staff of Fox’s television revival of “The Exorcist,” executive producer Jeremy Slater kept encountering the same plot point over and over.
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december 2016
Hanukkah, Unabridged - The New York Times
WHEN my brother was in kindergarten, where he was the only Jewish student, a parent organizing enrichment activities asked my mother to tell the class the story of Hanukkah.
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december 2016
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As the year draws to a close, it’s time to sit down with your cats and give them feedback on how they’ve been performing. To help you prepare for the conversation, I’ve written a few guidelines from my own experiences.
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december 2016
From Upspeak To Vocal Fry: Are We 'Policing' Young Women's Voices? : NPR
Journalist Jessica Grose is no stranger to criticism of her voice. When she was co-hosting the Slate podcast, the DoubleX Gabfest, she would receive emails complaining about her "upspeak" — a tendency to raise her voice at the end of sentences.
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december 2016
well.blogs.nytimes.com
Are you still making fun of young women for talking like Valley Girls?
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december 2016
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The Democratic Party is screwing up its opposition to President-elect Donald Trump. They can’t help it.
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december 2016
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