Friday Lazy Linking
Here's a pretty old post from the blog archives of Geekery Today; it was written about 13 years ago, in 2010, on the World Wide Web.
feministhulk: HULK HAVE NEVER SHOWER WITH JUDITH BUTLER, BUT FANFIC REMIND HULK OF FOOTNOTE 44 IN CHAPTER 2 OF “BODIES THAT MATTER.” Twitter / feministhulk (2010-08-12).
feministhulk: HULK HAVE NEVER SHOWER WITH JUDITH BUTLER, BUT FANFIC REMIND HULK OF FOOTNOTE 44 IN CHAPTER 2 OF “BODIES THAT MATTER.”(Linked Thursday 2010-08-12.)
Michael Bloomberg vs. the Cult of American Identity. Will Wilkinson, Will Wilkinson (2010-08-03).
Hero of the day: Michael Bloomberg! The simple fact is, this building is private property, and the owners have a right to use the building as a house of worship, and the government has no right whatsoever to deny that right. And if it were tried, the courts would almost…(Linked Friday 2010-08-13.)
Why would you give your music away for free? Michael Forrest, Canonical Design (2010-08-09).
Photo (cc) Matt McGee You’re an up and coming band. You’re gonna get signed soon. You’ll get played on the radio. You’ll tour the world. You’re gonna teach Nigel Godrich and Brian Eno a thing or two in the studio. You’re gonna have so…so many groupies scrabbling for pieces of…(Linked Friday 2010-08-13.)
How are your users feeling? Example from Rhythmbox. Charline Poirier, Canonical Design (2010-08-11).
When conducting and writing up user research findings, I make a point of defining the experience goals alongside participant's actual real life goals. This is because, as users interact with a system, they are made to feel a certain way – just as people can, software can bring the best…(Linked Friday 2010-08-13.)
Darth Nader. Who Is IOZ? (2010-08-13).
But what’s dangerously myopic about going ballistic as Gibbs did in his statements is that just 10 years ago we had a little event in which only a tiny portion of the base went with a third party bid from the left — and the consequences were catastrophic. Democrats, of…(Linked Friday 2010-08-13.)
Yes, this is a litmus test. KN@PPSTER, KN@PPSTER (2010-07-27).
People who refer to themselves as “libertarians” spend a lot of time arguing over exactly what they mean by “libertarian.”Personally, I try to be fairly “big tent,” figuring that people who once self-identify as libertarian tend to get more consistently libertarian after doing so, if they’re a) accepted and b)…(Linked Friday 2010-08-13.)
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