as someone who ostensibly benefits from the gig economy, I feel like I still end up taken advantage of just by the very nature of knowing that it takes advantage of others.
knowing that the system is what it is puts me in a place that I either have to accept shitty service or tank someone's livelihood.
"uh, this Amazon delivery guy left my garage open; glowing feedback so he can still make his rent."
I decided to send a quick note after the fact and I am so delighted by the response: the shirts were not intentional but instead an unexpected result of a 3rd party API. the demo giver was super receptive to my feedback and the team is prioritizing fixing it.
I am excited that there was not an intentionally objectifying choice made. I'm excited that they were kind and receptive to my concerns. I am excited I was brave enough to say something.
Finally had a chance to catch my colleague Steve O'Grady's podcast about software supply chain, Security as a Journey.
speaking of my love of the Economist medium account...
this description of the evolving process of creating data visualizations for The Economist over the decades is so great
RT @MrsCavers78@twitter.com: Thanks to @EmpaticoOrg@twitter.com for matching my class with Regina and her English students from Ponta Grossa in Brazil! We've learned so much already and we're looking forward to our next chat. Thanks for recording the moment, Jenna! #GlobalConnections #SparkEmpathy @email@example.com @GEDSB@twitter.com
Friends don't let real friends put up hyperbolic and ludicrous billboards.
RT @MongoDB@twitter.com A friendly reminder! 😉
As my high school physics teacher said: “two data points do not a trend line make"
my view on (non)trend lines from VMworld.
I think these teens eschewing social media are the exceptions that prove the rule, but I just love the comment, "I’d rather not know what other people think of me."
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