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podcast recs, policing, intersectionality Show more

Hey friends, do you have any literatures suggestions on federated social networks, or decentralized social networks? 💕

Elsevier/SSRN, burn book, ableism Show more

cheapskate tech grumble Show more

year of liberation on the desktop Show more

A project that started as a Digital Humanities project, transfered with the Principal Investigator to various institutions, and has now been copyrighted and monetized under the PI's for profit company. A good example of why understanding Free Culture as a social movement is relevant to Digital Humanities.

hyperallergic.com/480239/a-vir

Whoever claims "kids today" know all about online scholarly communications has never had to explain the concept of expired security certificates to an undergrad.

speech act theory Show more

(i'm in a) bad mood Show more

@Antanicus
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DM:"The dragon rests on a hoard of
gold."
PC:"We gather the town's wealth and
add it in. The dragon will surely create
jobs now."#GOPdnd

(there is a dragon illustration below)

yikes, apologies Show more

Still trying to figure out how to de-screen cap text without feeling like I'm being passive aggressive.

So I guess I'll practice being aggressive-aggressive?

Don't screen cap things when you could cut & paste them, comrades.

Hi scholars! Does anyone know of a relatively simple approach to measuring diversity in public discourse/debate? Diversity here means the number and breadth of alternative discourses. The opposite of diversity would be TINA ("there is no alternative").

Would be interesting to do some kind of comparisons about this, in different regions and possibly on different topics.

a11y, 90s music Show more

invite to read Robin DiAngelo's _White Fragility_ in a book club Show more

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