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@ink_slinger
Hmm that's strange, both work for me. Here are the titles:

The Future Generation: The Zine-Book for Subculture Parents, Kids, Friends & Others by China Martens

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Revolutionary Mothering: Love on the Front Lines edited by Alexis Pauline Gumbs, China Martens, and Mai’a Williams

Both Marky Mark and The Funky Bunch albums are still total 90s house music jams. No lie.

@ink_slinger
I also think Alfie Kohn's writing is pretty radical and antiauthoritarian. I particularly like Unconditional Parenting

Anarchist News: **Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Anarchist?: Rejecting Left Unity and Raising Hell in Radical Geography**

"Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Anarchist? Rejecting Left Unity and Raising Hell in Radical Geography Simon Springer Anarchist Studies, January 28, 2018 re-posted fromhttps://anarchis…"

anarchistnews.org/content/who%

#anarchism #bot

When all you've got is a instance, every problem looks like a new channel.

As part of my research for my #LibrePlanet2018 talk:

Those of you who had formal education for programming: how many of you were taught about any sort of ethical issues as a core part of your education---as a _part_ of the material, not alongside it? And how many were taught about ethics as an aside, or separate course?

Please include your educational institution/organization/resources. Feel free to e-mail me at mtg@gnu.org if you don't want to respond publicly. If you are an educator that teaches about ethics in the classroom or in your materials, I'd love to hear from you as well.

Tired: we're all inside a massive simulation
Wired: we're all inside an Electron app

@Gargron
I feel like I was talking to Maymay about this kinda thing recently. It couldn't hurt to reach out maymay.net

"Tech companies persuade their employees that round-the-clock work is play. Gig economy companies claim that round-the-clock work is freedom." Post-Work: The Radical Idea of a World Without Jobs theguardian.com/news/2018/jan/

@mooncake
Oh yeah this goes on. There's a lot of cherrypicking about which black peoples' voices get heard.

@mooncake
And such an amalgam can't come together to fight racism?

anticapitalist.party/media/0ID

FUN FACT: Uber lost about $5B last year. If fares were set high enough to just break even they would cost more than a traditional taxi. Every rideshare you take is subsidized by the finance industry in a ploy to profit off the destruction of unionized companies and public transit

@bones
At our last CoLET meetup (colet.space) there were some questions about doxxing -- prevention, diagnosis, treatment

Inside The World's Most Radical Experiment in Women’s Rights -
"The most radical experiment in women’s rights is now underway in what may be the world’s least likely place: northern Syria" defenseone.com/ideas/2018/02/i

I love that someone created a blogpost devoted to the Sony Dream Machine Clock Radio reillybrennan.com/post/1168590 these are the things that make the Internet so special.