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LGBTQ+ Civil Rights

This article is cross-posted from the ZS intranet (which we call ZSpace), where I write episodically about issues of interest to the LGBTQ+ community and our allies. 721 more words

In The World

Writings Elsewhere

Susan Bee, Anywhere Out of the World, read about her in the April issue of the Brooklyn Rail

Circumstances are the cruelest, but I and my colleagues are still writing, as long as we can. 166 more words

Music

Quarantine Hall: David Geffen Edition

Late Monday afternoon, the New York Philharmonic sent out notice that they are cancelling concerts through June 13—in other words, the entirety of their remaining 2019/20 season. 122 more words

Music

Electronic Intimacy

Now up at VAN, an oral history of Miller Theatre’s quarantined Bach concert, with Simone Dinnerstein and others. This came out of interviews this past weekend with Alecia Lawyer, oboist and founder and director of… 31 more words

Music

Reading Through the Virus

Fossil Aerosol Mining Project

Unlike older, lost civilizations that had no means to record and preserve audio, nor a method for notating musical instruction, we have been preserving sound for 150 years, and digital audio has been accumulating like an avalanche at easily the same speed as digital words.

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COVID-19

AI and User Experience: As Always, the User Comes First

This article was originally posted on ZS’ blog The Active Ingredient.

This blog post is the sixth in a series on the impact that AI will have on different business aspects of pharma. 1,194 more words

User Experience