I'm looking for literature (articles, blog posts, books) that covers "succession planning" for IT/sysadmin in activist groups. Like, for a volunteer group, what happens if your IT person just leaves? What are best practices so that the group isn't locked out of their web hosting etc (simply through lack of information rather than malice on the previous IT person's fault)
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I have just been asked to review something that I reviewed before at another journal. A diff suggests that the paper is identical. My report will be too, I think. I'm not convinced that this is working.
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I will be visiting Buenos Aires in May. What should I see?
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I've been considering a VPN & have got a headache researching them. I know that I should NOT trust free VPNs, but even among paid services, things are murky. So far, VyperVPN, ExpressVPN are at the top of my list. Does anyone have any thoughts, recommendations, warnings they like to share?
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King's College London are hiring for three positions:
* Lecturer in Philosophy (Philosophy of Science) https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BQS687/lecturer-in-philosophy-philosophy-of-science
* Lecturer in Philosophy (Continental) https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BQS735/lecturer-in-philosophy-continental
* Lecturer in Ancient Philosophy https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BQH608/lecturer-in-ancient-philosophy
Does anyone know of any good histories (or theoretical analyses) of Italian far left politics in the 20th century? Specifically with a focus on terrorism, and the various uses thereof in civil and other conflicts.
I am interested in why (as seems to be the case) the Red Brigades and other organizations like them failed to achieve most, if not all, of their political aims, and acted in (what I now initially judge to be) self-undermining ways.
Hello World. I have started studying R on DataCamp and I will also be starting a post graduate course on Statistics in a University. Would anyone have any book recommendations or resources for someone trying to move into Data Science? I have a background in Business Intelligence but interested in Sociology
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