I’ve got a look to the July/August HBR (Harvard Business Review) Magazine while flying back to Mexico from a so briefly stay in San Francisco at the IDF 2014. 764 more words
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“NPOV” stands for “neutral point of view”, a notion that Wikipedia editors take as a governing principle. NPOV is useful in some contexts, but also can be abused to camouflage specific ideologies — especially those that happen to dominate discourse in a particular place and time.
I doubt I’m the only one to reflect on the status of gamers recently, to wonder if some of the criticism just might be accurate. It isn’t, of course, but that doesn’t deter me from introspection. 901 more words
Lots of big news for GamerGate, however most of it is speculation, so I won’t go over it here. This blog post will be discussing how GamerGate can move forward without losing its power and efficiency, as well as how to change things permanently for the better. 1,100 more words
Many wealthy Americans believe that dysfunctional behavior causes poverty. Their own success, they would insist, derives from good character and a strict work ethic. But they would be missing some of the facts. 684 more words