Via Digital Spy Twitter announced today three important changes in their fight against cyberbullying: “Today, we’re announcing three changes: stopping the creation of new abusive accounts, bringing forward safer search results, and collapsing potentially abusive or low-quality Tweets. Stopping the creation of new abusive accounts: We’re taking steps to identify people who have been permanently
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From CBC’s Spark Well, if this isn’t the most relevant Spark segment for this blog, I don’t know what is… Listen here.
Via A List Apart (Thanks Eric and Kirsten for sharing!) Our users don’t live the tidy little lives we’ve concocted for our personas, with their limited set of problems. Life is messy and unpredictable; some days, terrible. When planning a project, it’s important not to let our excitement lull us into blithely ignoring life’s harsher
Via Boing Boing There are a couple of points I found interesting about this article: 1- the realization from the sister in high school that she did not “grow” out of video games; she had been “gendered” out of them. 2-The second thing reminds me of an experience I recently had at a bike store.
I just came across the DIY Feminist Cybersecurity Guide by the Safe Hub Collective out of Boston. The website is simple, elegant and easy-to-use, which is saying something as even the word “cybersecurity” feels daunting. I haven’t browsed all the tips yet but what I have read so far has been clearly explained and completely