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This Week in Browsing #011

I hope we see more representation of all kinds of humans in all forms of media and content – web, Hollywood, training videos and scenarios. It’s long overdue. “I will love myself despite the ease with which I lean towards the opposite.” The Science of Well Being: A Free Online Course From Yale “Letting go […]

Responsive Conference 2019

I’m heading to Responsive Conference this week. The future of work, employee and customer experience, culture, change management, ethics, etc. are on my mind. Learning Ninjas was founded on the principle of collaboration, giving back, and creating opportunities for everyone to learn. I often struggle to find the words to describe what I do, what […]

Reducing Google Calendar Spam

Google should be fixing this on their end, but they haven’t yet. And they have no way to report spam (see below for an update on reporting spam through the web interface). If you’re seeing something like the screenshot below, read on for how to fix it (via The Verge, among others). I’ve seen a […]

Outrage and Inaction

I read a lot of articles. I watch John Oliver’s “Last Week Tonight” – the free feature edition – on YouTube. I consume NextDraft and share articles that strike a nerve on Twitter and Facebook. I hope the sharing enlightens some folks. I like and follow progressive accounts on social media. I show my friends […]

This Week in Browsing #010

https://www.nocode.tech/Solid resource site with tools and tutorials for “doing” tech without knowing how to code. “It is unquestionably a bad thing that we carry out much of our online lives within a data-mining apparatus that sells influence to the highest bidder.” – Adrian Chen: “Cambridge Analytica and Our Lives Inside the Surveillance Machine“ Most of […]