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The era of Facebook is an anomaly
The weird thing about Facebook and the dynamics of it becoming a utility — which [teens] really despise — is the fact that it becomes this backdrop. It’s not the place of passion. It’s really valuable when you want to reach everybody, it’s really valuable when you don’t have somebody’s cell to text them, it’s really valuable when you need to contact somebody in a more formalistic structure.
social  facebook  research  danah  boyd  microsoft  opinion  interview 
7 hours ago by markhgn
Paul M Furley
Inspiring talented, kind-spirited fellow citizen / engineer / developer / mentor.

About:
"I'm trying to build things to improve the world.

I care about human rights, internet freedom, equality.

I ❤ linux, python, crypto & security :)

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I’m a pragmatic Engineer with great people skills - I'm good at balancing technical decisions against user needs and working with non-technical people.

I get excited about Open Source, Linux, Python, Automating everything(!), Raspberry Pi, privacy, cryptography, Tor, machine learning, internet of things, renewable energy, open government, democracy, transparency... and lots more!"

Useful tutorials:
- Expirybot emails PGP users before their key expires
- Taking Back My Data, Part 1: Move from Dropbox to Nextcloud
- Hardening my Development Machine
- The Difference Between GPG, GnuPG, PGP and OpenPGP

HAG
Startupinthecloud  Agrachina  Lifesnippets  Lifestyle  Python  interview  open-source  Politics  democracy  Transparency  IoT  Expert  machine-learning  Automation  Linux  Tutorial 
12 hours ago by eocas
Feminism and the refusal of work: an interview with Kathi Weeks – Political Critique
the refusal of work is directed against the system of (re)production organized around, but not limited to, the wage system. There are three points worth emphasizing here. One is that the refusal is directed not to this or to that job, but to the larger system of economic cooperation that is designed to produce capital accumulation for the few and waged work that is supposed to support the rest of us. Second, this notion of refusal doesn’t privilege any one specific form of response, like the work stoppage, but rather designates an aspiration to mount a radical critique of work that could be inclusive of a much longer list of possible stances and actions. Finally, I would also describe the refusal of work as a collective political project over time instead of an individual ethical mandate. The goal is to transform the institutions and ideologies that tether us to the existing world of work, waged and unwaged, which requires the political organization of collectivities. Most individuals as such are not able to simply walk away from employment, so that is not what we are talking about.
work  labour  anti-work  refusalOfWork  autonomism  feminism  UniversalBasicIncome  precarity  exploitation  interview  dctagged  dc:contributor=WeeksKathi  economics 
yesterday by petej
(1)Wilhelm Heitmeyer über AfD-Wähler - Politik - Süddeutsche.de
Was der Kapitalismus mit dem Wahlerfolg der AfD zu tun hat - und warum ihre Anhänger einen "autoritären Nationalradikalismus" vertreten. Ein Gespräch mit dem Soziologen Wilhelm Heitmeyer.
heitmeyer  SZ  interview  AfD  studie  demokratie 
yesterday by anne_joan
Girls’ Generation’s stylist caps K-pop fashion industry over years
“K-pop artists and people working with them, including stylists, are usually lowly paid, while artists and their stylists in Japan and the US receive more than we do here. K-pop agencies don’t get paid much from working with TV stations either. It's a vicious cycle,” Seo said.
kpop  workingconditions  interview 
2 days ago by mjohnso

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