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Speak Up: Responding to Everyday Bigotry | Southern Poverty Law Center
"The Southern Poverty Law Center gathered hundreds of stories of everyday bigotry from people across the United States. They told their stories through e-mail, personal interviews and at roundtable discussions in four cities. People spoke about encounters in stores and restaurants, on streets and in schools. No matter the location or relationship, the stories echo each other.

Responding to Everyday Bigotry
What Can I Do Among Family?
What Can I Do About Sibling Slurs?
What Can I Do About Joking In-Laws?
What Can I Do About Impressionable Children?
What Can I Do About Parental Attitudes?
What Can I Do About Stubborn Relatives?
What can I do about my own bias?
What Can I Do Among Friends And Neighbors?
What Can I Do About Sour Social Events?
What Can I Do About Casual Comments?
What Can I Do About Offended Guests?
What Can I Do About Real Estate Racism?
What Can I Do About Unwanted Email?
What Can I Do About My Own Bias?
What Can I Do At Work?
What Can I Do About Casual Comments
What Can I Do About Workplace Humor?
What Can I Do About Sexist Remarks?
What Can I Do About Meeting Missteps?
What Can I Do About Boss Bias?
What Can I Do About My Own Bias?
What Can I Do At School?
What Can I Do About Negative Remarks?
What Can I Do About Familial Exclusion?
What Can I Do About Biased Bullying?
What Can I Do About In-Group Bigotry
What Can I Do about A Teacher's Bias?
What Can I Do In Public?
What Can I Do About Biased Customer Service?
What Can I Do About Bigoted Corporate Policy?
What Can I Do About A Stranger's Remarks?
What Can I Do About Retail Racism?
What Can I Do About Racial Profiling?
What Can I Do About My Own Bias?
Six Steps to Speaking Up Against Everyday Bigotry"
bigotry  race  racism  slurs  sexism  gender  bias  homophobia  guides  reference  sfpl 
march 2019 by robertogreco
Library Planet – A crowdsourced Lonely Planet for libraries <3
"Library Planet is like a crowdsourced Lonely Planet for libraries of the world meant to inspire library travelers to open the awesome book that is our world of libraries, cities and countries.

We want to give you a guide to the world of libraries.

Everybody can contribute to Library Planet. See how here: https://libraryplanet.net/contribute/

When we got enough of Library Planet stories we want to publish it as a book. Damn right we are.

Library Planet is founded and edited by Christian Lauersen of Roskilde Libraries and Marie Engberg Eiriksson of Gladsaxe Libraries, Denmark.

Christian is director of libraries and citizen services in Roskilde Municipality. He believe libraries are crucial institutions in every community, public as academic to create and open, more diverse, inclusive and equal world. Also: Music listener, LEGO Aficionado, Ukulele jammer, Football player. Based in Copenhagen. Christian is a frequently used presenter at conferences and blogs about library development at The Library Lab: https://christianlauersen.net/

Marie works as a consultant and communications team lead at Gladsaxe public Libraries. She loves libraries and anything related to it. She nerds IFLA habitually as a standing committee member of the IFLA section library services to people with special needs and is on the board of a special needs publishing house. Marie also does many things realted to yarn, thread and fabric and she will travel pretty far for WWII museums.

She presents at conferences and workshops on matters related to library services to people with special needs.

Christian:
E-mail: cula at roskilde dot dk
Twitter: @clauersen
Instragram: @librarylovestories
The Library Lab blog: https//christianlauersen.net

Marie:
E-mail: mariee at gladsaxe dot dk
Twitter: @MarieeEiriksson "
libraries  travel  cv  lonelyplanet  guides  marieeriksson  chistianlauersen  classideas  srg 
december 2018 by robertogreco
Alexandra Lange on the problems with the museums experience
"This is Mexico's most visited museum, frequented, on the day I was there, by tourists from many countries – Mexicans, families, old, young, rambunctious, quiet. There was space for them all and there was time for them all. You did not have to read a word (I don't speak Spanish) to feel that you had learned something. All you had to do was walk and look, and the alternation of indoor and outdoor spaces meant that you tired less easily. The oscillation between small and large meant that you had to adjust your eyes more often and look again. It felt like a walk in the park, but it was a museum. And we need more museums that let us relax into knowledge, showing, not telling us everything by audioguide.

In New York, at least, the friction of timed tickets, crowds and lines are now baked in to many big museum experiences: one can rarely expect to be able to just walk in, buy a ticket, see a show. Lines for the Museum of Modern Art-hosted Rain Room this summer stretched past the four-hour mark – and that's a separate line from the one for tickets that forms along 53rd Street.

My experience at the MNA caused me to think back on other museum discussions and visits of the past year, big and small: the Museum of Modern Art, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, stunts like the Rain Room or James Turrell at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Donald Judd’s House at 101 Spring Street in SoHo. Art may be more delicate than Aztec heads, but there isn't only one way to show it. Thinking about each of these visits as variations on a theme, I have found what I crave is not more access but less: a discrete, informal, and time-limited chance to look at work in peace. To wander rather than move in lock-step. To walk in the front door, look at art or artifacts for as long as I want, and leave."
museums  museumeducation  education  art  experience  2014  alexandralange  exploration  curating  curation  showing  telling  exposing  exposition  exhibitiondesign  design  exhibits  exhibitions  guides  wandering  time  space  attention  learning  howwelearn  informal  informality  artifacts 
december 2014 by robertogreco
Urbanist Guide
"URBANIST guide aims to promote urban adventure and discovery in San Diego. We are continually inspired by the entrepreneurs who have risked so much to create a unique experience for locals and visitors. They deserve your support. Restaurants that spark conversation. Shopping that encourages individuality. Nightlife that favors authenticity. Salons that understand you. Art that excites you. We believe the businesses listed here represent the best urban San Diego has to offer.

DISTRIBUTION: URBANIST guide is printed annually and distributed consistently throughout the year. URBANIST is a free, fold-out, full color, print publication that can be found all over the downtown and uptown area of San Diego as well as select locations in La Jolla, Pacific Beach, Encinitas, San Diego State, and UC San Diego."
sandiego  guides  local  urban  northpark  food  drink  art  glvo 
december 2009 by robertogreco
Interactive online Google tutorial and references - Google Guide
"Google Guide is an online interactive tutorial and reference for experienced users, novices, and everyone in between. I developed Google Guide because I wanted more information about Google's capabilties, features, and services than I found on Google's website. --Nancy Blachman"
google  tutorials  tips  guides  howto  reference 
september 2009 by robertogreco
Subtraction: The Art of Japanese Books on Art
"The book is a tour of the nooks and crannies of Tokyo’s art world, going behind the scenes with twelve significant galleries within the city limits. But to my mind, it easily qualifies as a work of art of its own."
art  books  tokyo  japan  travel  guides  design 
june 2008 by robertogreco
Howcast
"brings together personality of user-generated content with quality of professional video studio to create engaging, informative, & free how-to videos for consumers...offers emerging filmmakers opportunity to gain experience, exposure, and income"
advice  google  wiki  wikis  youtube  video  tutorials  information  instruction  teaching  film  multimedia  online  elearning  education  learning  socialmedia  social  howto  guides 
february 2008 by robertogreco
Mike Davidson - A Rookie Guide to Digital SLR Cameras
"This article will not so much be a review of the D80, but rather a guide for DSLR virgins considering purchasing their first full sized digital camera."
dslr  cameras  guides  howto  photography  digital  tutorials 
january 2008 by robertogreco
CHIP - The Chile Information Project. News, Culture, Travel and Entertainment in Chile.
"CHIP is a comprehensive and ongoing effort to provide English speakers with the most accurate information about Chile. Through the help of journalists, professors and university interns passionate about Chile, we have developed an authoritative resource
chile  guides  santiago 
november 2007 by robertogreco
Talking Street™ - Discover Where You Are
"Talking Street offers a completely new, convenient way to explore a destination and discover where you are. Just choose a stop, call the phone number for the tour, and enjoy an audio segment about the place where you're standing."
annotation  local  locative  location-based  location  geography  technology  guides  tourism  cities  tours  travel  ubiquitous  mobile  phones  nyc  audio  stories  everyware  ubicomp  mapping  maps  geotagging 
october 2007 by robertogreco
Bespoke Tokyo
"Bespoke Tokyo is the best way for visitors and businesses to connect with the pulse of modern Japan. We accompany our clients on tailor-made safaris within Tokyo and across Japan to create experiences that are unique and valuable. We also consult on corp
japan  guides  services  travel 
september 2007 by robertogreco
Travel Writing & Photography | Matador
"More than just a free travel blog, Matador is a passionate community where you can meet people in the places you're going, volunteer with organizations abroad, get info and advice from experts, become a paid travel writer, and get inspired everyday with
blogs  travel  wiki  socialnetworking  usergenerated  community  culture  international  guides  tourism 
august 2007 by robertogreco
The Chicago Manual of Style Online
"The bible of the publishing and research community is now available on your desktop. The Chicago Manual of Style Online is completely searchable and easy to use, providing quick answers to your style and editing questions."
bibliography  books  design  writing  reference  research  grammar  english  editing  punctuation  language  guides  standards  publishing  journalism  style 
july 2007 by robertogreco
MSCAPERS
"HP Labs are moving beyond personal navigation: we are expanding the world around us with a simple tool that builds compelling interactive experiences that you control as you move from place to place."

[see also: http://www.hp.com/idealab/us/en/mediascapes.html ]
arg  mobile  location-based  locative  location  aware  gps  phones  games  maps  glvo  socialsoftware  annotation  awareness  mapping  digitalstorytelling  interaction  qrcodes  googlemaps  ubicomp  ubiquitous  geography  geotagging  gaming  computing  storytelling  newmedia  performance  geolocation  tracking  multimedia  immersive  pervasive  education  guides  hp  portable  play  local  learning  experience  windows  wireless  technology  classideas  community  mscape  augmented  mediascape 
may 2007 by robertogreco
Broadcast Yourself Live On The Web: Best Tools To Create Your Own Live Web TV - A Mini-Guide - Robin Good's Latest News
"In this mini-guide I survey the rapidly evolving landscape of tools aimed at extending the promise of the first generation of online video sharing sites."
onlinetoolkit  television  tools  video  tv  web  online  internet  media  create  diy  howto  tutorials  guides  socialsoftware 
april 2007 by robertogreco
Make Internet TV
"This guide has step-by-step instructions for shooting, editing, and publishing online videos that can be watched and subscribed to by millions of people."
onlinetoolkit  video  online  internet  web  howto  diy  create  content  creativecommons  film  filmmaking  storytelling  streaming  guides  tutorials  tv  training  publishing  multimedia  media  make 
april 2007 by robertogreco
AudioSnacks.com: Podcast and MP3 Audio Tours for Travel, Museums, and More!
"AudioSnacks is a new website and community dedicated to helping travelers and tourists appreciate their environment on the sly - no more big tour groups, no more following the lady with the umbrella, and no more tipping."
audio  podcasts  teaching  technology  travel  guides  tourism  music  community 
february 2007 by robertogreco
A List Apart: Articles: The ALA Primer: A Guide for New Readers
"If your house’s foundation is good, the house will stand for years despite the changing world around it. So, too, with websites. Here are a few of the articles that detail the theories, concepts, and practices on which much of the modern web is built."
design  css  bibliography  programming  graphics  reference  resources  style  tips  web  html  guides  internet  website  webdesign  galleries  webdev 
october 2006 by robertogreco
Pop Art Inspired by Lichtenstein - Online Tutorial at Melissa Clifton page 1
"Turn your photos into Lichtenstein inspired pop art. This photoshop tutorial will also show you how to create great-looking half tone shading! - Melissa Clifton"
fun  graphics  howto  illustration  guides  tutorials  class  images  photography  photoshop  creative  crafts  diy  make 
october 2006 by robertogreco
Technophilia: Get a free college education online - Lifehacker
"You, too, can be an autodidact; the breadth of free educational materials available online is absolutely astonishing."
audio  books  children  class  directory  education  free  freeware  guides  history  reference  reading  research  science  technology  textbooks  tutorials  universities  materials  math  media  online  knowledge  internet  language  search  colleges 
september 2006 by robertogreco
Creating Passionate Users: Crash course in learning theory
"So, as promised in an earlier post, here's a crash course on some of our favorite learning techniques gleaned from cognitive science, learning theory, neuroscience, psychology, and entertainment (including game design). Much of it is based around courses I designed and taught at UCLA Extension's New Media/Entertainment Studies department. This is the long version, and my next post will be just the bullet points with the pictures--as a kind of quick visual summary."
advice  attention  blogs  communication  collective  community  creativity  creative  e-learning  education  documentation  guides  howto  information  interaction  presentations  internet  knowledge  learning  psychology  reference  teaching  technology  tips  tools  tutorials  usability  web  visualization  kathysierra 
september 2006 by robertogreco
REALTOKYO
"cultural search engine"
asia  art  culture  events  design  film  guides  japan  music  tokyo  travel 
june 2006 by robertogreco
Affordable Europe - New York Times
"Live well, spend less. It’s a nice concept — but one that’s often hard to pull off when you are an American tourist traveling through Europe and struggling to find ways to offset the weakness of the dollar. Here is some help: money-saving tips on e
travel  europe  guides 
april 2006 by robertogreco
Bravenet HTML and CSS Tutorials
"In these tutorials I will strive to show you how to code HTML and CSS together, as they have become basic web essentials. HTML is used to define your content and CSS is used to style your content. The sections 'HTML Basics', and 'Before you Code' will gi
css  guides  howto  html  internet  layout  learning  web  website  tutorials  design  reference 
april 2006 by robertogreco
Travel Guides, Blogs, Photos, Travel Tips, Hotels, and Restaurants | VCarious Travel
"VCarious is a community-based travel portal. Explore the world through photos and writing. Going around the world or around the block you can:"
travel  blogs  guides  community  social 
april 2006 by robertogreco
The New York Times > Technology > Blogs 101
"To get the feel of Web logs and blogging, visit some of these sites. Most blogs carry links to other blogs on related topics or that the author likes (known as a blogroll). This page is under development; feel free to suggest your own finds. Business and
blogs  guides  media  news  nyc  reference  links  lists  directory 
april 2006 by robertogreco
Cybertimes Navigator
"For more than 10 years, the Newsroom Navigator has been used by New York Times reporters and editors as the starting point for their forays onto the Web. Its primary intent is to give the news staff a solid starting point for a wide range of journalistic
blogs  reference  research  resources  nyc  online  internet  guides  tools  search  data  news  media  web  journalism  links 
april 2006 by robertogreco
NFT: Not For Tourists - LA
"For Tourists is a growing series of guides to major cities. Our philosophy is simple: people need to use the cities they live in, commute into, or travel to effectively."
losangeles  local  books  guides  resources  tools 
september 2005 by robertogreco

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