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Gleanings: July 28, 2016

  • Democrats join Fight for $15.
  • Fight for $15: Fusing racial and economic justice.
  • Baltimore: Biased police investigation?
  • Colin Powell: Immigrants make America better every day.
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illusions of control: Michael Herr on war #amreading

As a fantasy and ancient history enthusiast, I’ve only recently started getting into reading about modern history; to be honest, I only really started properly caring about the First and Second World War after I studied them as part of a distance-learning course on theatre. 475 more words


Hong Kong launch of Pokemon GO spotlights democracy protest landmarks

Young people thronged the streets of Hong Kong this week, keen to test Pokemon GO, a new smartphone game backed by Japan’s Nintendo, capturing monsters at sites of the city’s 2014 democracy protest, known as the Umbrella Revolution. 48 more words


Yeah,... About that Asset Inventory Problem...

I won’t go into the genesis of this, because I’ve regurgitated the regurgitated regurgitation so many times it make me regurgitate regurgitated regurgitation again.  While I’ve blogged and tweeted about the challenges of establishing and maintaining an accurate IT asset inventory, I’ve only “sort of” provided some recommendations on digging yourself out of inventory hell. 853 more words


Spanking, Caning and Consent Play: How Feminist Porn Frees Women from Shame (The Guardian)

Can a feminist have rape fantasies?

According to feminist pornography producer Pandora Blake, who runs the fetish porn site Dreams of Spanking and frequently portrays fantasies of “non-consent”, the answer is a no-brainer. 1,270 more words


One Easy Way to Simplify Team Reporting for Your Managers

“A quick snapshot of my team,” “A high level overview” and “Comparative scores for my employees.” These were all responses when we asked clients about potential enhancements to the manager’s dashboard. 191 more words

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