Newsletter #64: Infiltrating the Alt-Right in NYC

Hello Recompilers, We're hoping to clear out some of our stock of back issues, and maybe you're looking to fill in the gaps in your collection! We're running a sale at the moment: buy any two issues and get the third one half-off. Use the code READER18 at checkout. Reading: A communist spent three months … Continue reading Newsletter #64: Infiltrating the Alt-Right in NYC

Newsletter #63: Accessibility in spec fic and accessibility here and now

Hello Recompilers, We're hoping to clear out some of our stock of back issues, and maybe you're looking to fill in the gaps in your collection! We're running a sale at the moment: buy any two issues and get the third one half-off. Use the code READER18 at checkout. Reading: The WordPress accessibility team lead … Continue reading Newsletter #63: Accessibility in spec fic and accessibility here and now

Newsletter #62: All Your Base Are Belong to Basically Whomever

Hello Recompilers, We're hoping to clear out some of our stock of back issues, and maybe you're looking to fill in the gaps in your collection! We're running a sale at the moment: buy any two issues and get the third one half-off. Use the code READER18 at checkout. Reading: Surprise surprise, the Pentagon's new … Continue reading Newsletter #62: All Your Base Are Belong to Basically Whomever

Newsletter #61: How We Organize Information Has Always Been Political

Hello Recompilers, We're hoping to clear out some of our stock of back issues, and maybe you're looking to fill in the gaps in your collection! We're running a sale at the moment: buy any two issues and get the third one half-off. Use the code READER18 at checkout. Reading: The history of card catalogues … Continue reading Newsletter #61: How We Organize Information Has Always Been Political

Newsletter #59: More women history tried to forget

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Newsletter #58: Climate-change fueled hurricane season

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Newsletter #57: Tech Still Won’t Build It

Hello Recompilers, The Recompiler is happy to be a community sponsor for Devopsdays Portland 2018 happening from September 11-13. This year we'll be hearing from Recompiler contributor Heidi Waterhouse on Disaster Resilience The Waffle House Way: Flat-Tops, Feature Flags, And Finite State Machines — along with many other great talks. You can get 20% off your registration … Continue reading Newsletter #57: Tech Still Won’t Build It

Newsletter #56: Firefighters for Net Neutrality

Hello Recompilers, Our call for contributors for Issue 12: Machines and Things is open through September 4. We’re interested in hearing about your experiences with security and the Internet of Things, surveillance and smart devices, humanlike AI, and more. Contributors are paid. The Recompiler is happy to be a community sponsor for Devopsdays Portland 2018 happening … Continue reading Newsletter #56: Firefighters for Net Neutrality

Newsletter #55: What’s a Freelancer to Do

Hello Recompilers, Our call for contributors for Issue 12: Machines and Things is open through September 4. We’re interested in hearing about your experiences with security and the Internet of Things, surveillance and smart devices, humanlike AI, and more. Contributors are paid. The Recompiler is happy to be a community sponsor for Devopsdays Portland 2018 happening … Continue reading Newsletter #55: What’s a Freelancer to Do