If you haven’t seen Zoe Quinn’s blog post, you should probably read it. It is equally tragic, surreal and extremely disturbing. It is also a scathing indictment of the justice system: “The simple fact of the matter is the criminal justice system is meant to punish, not protect. I don’t care about seeing him punished
And over in the Right to the City corner, is an interesting musing on community activism via an OKCupid love story! Here is the link to the original blog post and movie.
For some reason, my inbox (and by inbox I mean all of my various news feeds) have dropped some lovely ideas about how to craft a progressive, innovative and most of all, inclusive company culture. The First is this article about Netflix’s Culture Statement: I like the slide about brilliant jerks, and how they cost
I have been hearing about this kickstarter initiative from Hollaback, a non-profit and movement to end harassment in public spaces, all day on the CBC. In terms of positive design hacks to combat cyberviolence, this one is simple, elegant and effective due to its reliance on the best part of humanity. On Heartmob you can