Download: Episode 68.
This week we’re talking about the ethics of corporate research and how your data is used, Twitter’s developer API changes, how Amazon Prime Day went, and more.
- [01:08] Devopsdays Portland – SEPTEMBER 11-13, 2018 – RECOMPILERFRIENDS 20% discount
- [01:37] DevOpsDays ticket giveaway – enter by Aug 20!
- [01:59] The Recompiler Issue 8: Wildcard
- [03:43] Responsible Communication Style Guide reprint
- [04:19] New developer requirements to protect our platform
- [13:59] Dropbox still has questions to answer after claims of improper data sharing | ZDNet
- [15:43] A Study of Thousands of Dropbox Projects Reveals How Successful Teams Collaborate
- [23:44] How collaborating in Dropbox helps NICO advance scientific research
- [31:01] Pandora’s Checkbox – Emily St＊
- [31:28] Private and secure multiparty histograms
- [35:23] Why Is Google Translate Spitting Out Sinister Religious Prophecies?
- [38:10] Amazon’s facial-recognition tool misidentified 28 lawmakers as people arrested for a crime, study finds – The Washington Post
- [41:41] The Motherboard Guide to Amazon Prime Day’s Best Deals
- [44:23] Amazon warehouse workers are striking across Europe on Prime Day
- [44:33] Muslim Amazon Employees Protest Increased Workload During Ramadan | Observer
- [45:15] The Hidden Environmental Cost of Amazon Prime’s Free, Fast Shipping
- [45:22] I’m Starting to Have Serious Doubts About Amazon Prime
- [53:24] #124 The Magic Store by Reply All from Gimlet Media
- [57:19] Lina Khan and the “Hipster Antitrust” Movement – The Atlantic
- [59:25] Academic writes 270 Wikipedia pages in a year to get female scientists noticed
- [1:00:35] The Library Music Project Will Surprise and Delight Your Ears – Music – Portland Mercury
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