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crystallizations:Your Portrait, Tetsumi Kudo, 1963.

Wed, 18 Apr 2018 10:40:01 +0200

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crystallizations:

Your Portrait, Tetsumi Kudo, 1963.




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Wed, 18 Apr 2018 10:37:53 +0200

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larueourien:photo : Suvann

Wed, 18 Apr 2018 10:36:55 +0200

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larueourien:

photo : Suvann




larueourien:photo : Suvann

Wed, 18 Apr 2018 10:36:45 +0200

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larueourien:

photo : Suvann




kropotkindersurprise: April 10 2018 - Activists defending la ZAD...

Wed, 18 Apr 2018 10:34:26 +0200

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kropotkindersurprise:

April 10 2018 - Activists defending la ZAD engage in running battles with the cops. Police have seriously injured several defenders by aiming their tear gas grenades at heads. [video]




From USENET to Facebook: The second time as farce

Wed, 18 Apr 2018 10:33:06 +0200

From USENET to Facebook: The second time as farce:

azspot:

Facebook repeats the pattern of USENET, this time as farce. As a no-holds-barred Wild West sort of social network, USENET was filled with everything we rightly complain about today. It was easy to troll and be abusive; all too many participants did it for fun. Most groups were eventually flooded by spam, long before spam became a problem for email. Much of that spam distributed pornography or pirated software (“warez”). You could certainly find newsgroups in which to express your inner neo-Nazi or white supremacist self. Fake news? We had that; we had malicious answers to technical questions that would get new users to trash their systems. And yes, there were bots; that technology isn’t as new as we’d like to think.

But there was a big divide on USENET between moderated and unmoderated newsgroups. Posts to moderated newsgroups had to be approved by a human moderator before they were pushed to the rest of the network. Moderated groups were much less prone to abuse. They weren’t immune, certainly, but moderated groups remained virtual places where discussion was mostly civilized, and where you could get questions answered. Unmoderated newsgroups were always spam-filled and frequently abusive, and the alt.* newsgroups, which could be created by anyone, for any reason, matched anything we have now for bad behavior.

So, the first thing we should learn from USENET is the importance of moderation. Fully human moderation at Facebook scale is impossible. With seven billion pieces of content shared per day, even a million moderators would have to scan seven thousand posts each: roughly 4 seconds per post. But we don’t need to rely on human moderation. After USENET’s decline, research showed that it was possible to classify users as newbies, helpers, leaders, trolls, or flamers, purely by their communications patterns—with only minimal help from the content. This could be the basis for automated moderation assistants that kick suspicious posts over to human moderators, who would then have the final word. Whether automated or human, moderators prevent many of the bad posts from being made in the first place. It’s no fun being a troll if you can’t get through to your victims.




danskjavlarna: From Le Journal Amusant, 1931. My Strange &...

Wed, 18 Apr 2018 10:30:23 +0200

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danskjavlarna:

From Le Journal Amusant, 1931.

My Strange & Unusual Site | Books | Videos | Music | Etsy

On pourrait y ajouter celles de la ZAD à nddl qu’il faudrait protéger, comme un élément de patrimoine du futur !




erdelcroix:Le soir arrive et les lumières changent #fenetre...

Sun, 15 Apr 2018 20:12:43 +0200

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erdelcroix:

Le soir arrive et les lumières changent #fenetre #lumiere #lumieres #lumière #eclairage #jaune #gris #soir #habitation #immeuble #mur #citywalk #balade #promenade #30minutes #lille #igerslille #lillemaville #colorslille #lillelifestylemag #swamlille #piclille https://ift.tt/2EN7dvQ




swishchee: such hours many work wow

Sun, 15 Apr 2018 20:12:18 +0200

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swishchee:

such hours


many work


wow




"Notre-Dame-des-Landes - Dimanche 15 avril 2018 L’ACIPA constate ce dimanche 15 avril 2018 une..."

Sun, 15 Apr 2018 20:03:39 +0200

Notre-Dame-des-Landes - Dimanche 15 avril 2018


L’ACIPA constate ce dimanche 15 avril 2018 une situation de blocage complet sur la zone et craint que les douloureux évènements de Sivens ne se reproduisent.

Nous condamnons très fermement l’escalade de la violence observée toute cette semaine.

La zone doit retrouver le calme nécessaire à la réflexion pour la construction d’un avenir serein et la population doit pouvoir circuler librement sur les routes qui traversent cette zone.

Par ailleurs, l’ACIPA soutient l’installation de projets agricoles ou autres sur la zone. De nombreux et beaux projets existent. Les personnes qui les portent individuellement ou collectivement doivent pouvoir les faire accepter et s’inscrire dans un processus de régularisation a minima. Le délai proposé par le gouvernement est trop court, dans le climat actuel.

L’ACIPA demande qu’un dialogue entre la préfecture et la délégation intercomposantes s’instaure au plus vite pour que cesse la violence.



- Ouvrir le dialogue est urgent ! - ACIPA NDL



"Nous demandons à l’État de ne pas aller au-delà de la libération de la route et de respecter les..."

Sun, 15 Apr 2018 20:01:48 +0200

“Nous demandons à l’État de ne pas aller au-delà de la libération de la route et de respecter les engagements pris par madame la préfète lors de précédentes rencontres d’étudier les différents projets en cours. Nous demandons par ailleurs aux nouveaux habitants d’accepter les règles minimales nécessaires à leur régularisation.”

- le site du CéDpa - Pas d'aéroport à Notre Dame des Landes









newyorker: A look back at Maya Angelou’s life, on what would...

Thu, 05 Apr 2018 11:12:51 +0200

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newyorker:

A look back at Maya Angelou’s life, on what would have been her 90th birthday.

“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you,” Maya Angelou wrote, in her memoir “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings.” The poet and civil-rights activist, who was born ninety years ago today, lived a public life that spanned decades and received the National Medal of Arts and the Presidential Medal of Freedom, as well as a nomination for the Pulitzer Prize. Click the link in our bio to look back at her life in pictures. 




newyorker: Much of Marguerite Duras’s publishing career was an...

Thu, 05 Apr 2018 11:11:36 +0200

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newyorker:

Much of Marguerite Duras’s publishing career was an encounter with misogyny: in the nineteen-fifties, male critics called her talent “masculine,” “hardball,” and “virile”—and they meant these as insults! (This phenomenon, sadly, has not gone away, even now, in 2017.) The implication was that as a meek and feeble female, she had no right to her aloof candor, her outrageous confidence. And it’s true that you’d have to think quite highly of your own ideas to express them with such austerity and melodrama, but that is the great paradox, the tension, of the equally rudimentary and audacious style of Duras. “People who say they don’t like their own books, if such people exist, do so because they haven’t learned to resist the attraction to humiliation,” she wrote in one of her journals. “I love my books. They interest me.”

On the French author’s 104th birthday, read more about her life and legacy. 




Democrats Should Do More to Support Striking Teachers

Thu, 05 Apr 2018 11:11:03 +0200

Democrats Should Do More to Support Striking Teachers:

azspot:

This is largely because there remain deep, substantive fissures within the party over the role of teachers unions and the project of education reform. “People are still scared shitless in the Democratic Party of being connected to teachers unions and strikes,” a labor activist told the Daily Beast. “There was a period where the [former D.C. public school chancellor] Michelle Rhee’s of the world beat the crap out of teachers doing anything, even if we were fighting for more money for schools. We are in a transition period but we’re still scarred by that.”




xn–c1h: Slime

Thu, 05 Apr 2018 11:10:25 +0200

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xn–c1h:

Slime




me1pomene:”Les Fleurs du Mal” with the author’s notes 

Thu, 05 Apr 2018 11:06:41 +0200

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me1pomene:

”Les Fleurs du Mal” with the author’s notes 




nordafricain: ALGERIA. Algiers. Clos-Salembier area. Charles DE...

Fri, 23 Mar 2018 16:28:58 +0100

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nordafricain:

ALGERIA. Algiers. Clos-Salembier area. Charles DE GAULLE’s visit. French soldiers gathered up several young Algerians for interrogation after an anti French demonstration. December 11th, 1960.

colonisation : une mémoire inexistante à créer




lustik:Art by Monique Brands.

Fri, 23 Mar 2018 16:27:53 +0100

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lustik:

Art by Monique Brands.