Some perspective on Facebook to for the maddening crowds

It's almost fashionable to bash Facebook at the moment. To a large degree, the criticism is well deserved. At the same time, we should maintain some perspective on the reports, and resist the urge to be carried away by the maddening crowds. I read Jeff Jarvis' post titled "Facebook. Sigh." recently. He makes an argument…

Creating good through open source

I really like videos like this: https://youtu.be/HzZxcfVn_08 Open source as a way of doing things has such amazing potential to make our world so much better. Watching videos like this tend to prompt me to revisit my calendar and try find regular blocks of time I can dedicate to my dusty coding projects.

A perspective on what it’s like to be a Jew in the United Kingdom at the moment

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Thank you for the thread. You offer a valuable perspective on what it feels like to be a Jew in the UK. You shouldn't be victimised for being a Jew, certainly not because of a distorted view of what our government is doing to keep us safe, here in Israel.

The James Damore memo can’t negate talented women or their work

What I find disturbing about the James Damore memo about men’s and women’s comparative capabilities (aside from the memo itself) is that its publication seems to negate women’s daily achievements in the eyes of so many men who read it.

AltPlatform and a conversation about the Open Web

I’ve been a big believer in the Open Web for some time and I was pretty excited to discover that Richard MacManus and a few other writers have launched AltPlatform.org, a non-profit publication focused on the Open Web.
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