The public responses to these posts are important. When we debate at my large company about posting something like these brands to show solidarity, we have to ask what our response would be to a rhetorical challenge about what we’re actually doing other than attempting to empathize. There is a lot of awkward silence… Read more
I’d like to see people with platforms, including and especially news organizations, also call out the state and local governments who sign contracts with police unions and enact “bill of rights” laws that enable the systematic avoidance of consequences for, and thus condonation of, the behavior being protested.… Read more
Maybe but what this doesn’t explicitly say for some reason is that Amazon says the functionality moved to the app so, even if people do us it, there’s less reason for anyone to pay for extraneous hardware now when they have their phone. From the source article: “We’ve since moved Style by Alexa features into the… Read more
No, we’re definitely not ignoring it.
This is why “contractors” is a poor term to keep using since it implies that an employment agreement is a contract as commonly understood (i.e., the employer would owe something to the “employee” if terminated). Contingent workers is more accurate.
This is a tough draft since it’s potentially so broad and both Aimee and Allison have true necessities. It’s hard to argue with the only list with a knife but I guess I have to go with Allison since she has the board and a bowl and what would’ve been my personal favorite that seems to be less obvious to many home… Read more
All I hear when he says that:
Well, the Comcast deal is certainly welcome news! The app is definitely not great but the TV provider login worked as advertised. Now I just need to find where I tossed my Chromecasts.
Fake news. It’s already been establish that he relieves himself in his diaper to avoid being full of shit.