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Newsletter #134: The Death of Work/Life Balance

Hello Recompilers, Issue #11 of the Recompiler is out! This issue highlights how technology is used in and has an impact on our relationships, dating, and family experiences. It includes contributions by Thursday Bram, Jackie Kazil, Courtney Milan, Amelia Abreu, Morgen Bromwell, and Lilly Ryan. Reading: Silicon Valley's insistence on work/life integration is overtaking work/life balance … Continue reading Newsletter #134: The Death of Work/Life Balance

Newsletter #133: Kickstarter Unionized!

Hello Recompilers, Issue #11 of the Recompiler is out! This issue highlights how technology is used in and has an impact on our relationships, dating, and family experiences. It includes contributions by Thursday Bram, Jackie Kazil, Courtney Milan, Amelia Abreu, Morgen Bromwell, and Lilly Ryan. Reading: Kickstarter unionized! I've been following this story excitedly for a … Continue reading Newsletter #133: Kickstarter Unionized!

Newsletter #132: California Police Are Sharing License Plate Location Data

Hello Recompilers, Issue #11 of the Recompiler is out! This issue highlights how technology is used in and has an impact on our relationships, dating, and family experiences. It includes contributions by Thursday Bram, Jackie Kazil, Courtney Milan, Amelia Abreu, Morgen Bromwell, and Lilly Ryan. Reading: California police are using license plate readers without any written … Continue reading Newsletter #132: California Police Are Sharing License Plate Location Data

Newsletter #131: ICE is Using Location Data to Arrest People

Hello Recompilers, Issue #11 of the Recompiler is out! This issue highlights how technology is used in and has an impact on our relationships, dating, and family experiences. It includes contributions by Thursday Bram, Jackie Kazil, Courtney Milan, Amelia Abreu, Morgen Bromwell, and Lilly Ryan. Reading: ICE is using commercially-available location data to round people up … Continue reading Newsletter #131: ICE is Using Location Data to Arrest People

Help wanted: editing, design, and research

As we start thinking about The Recompiler Year 4, we're looking to grow the team. All positions are remote, paid contracts with flexible timing. We would work together to set a schedule of delivery dates for these projects. We're especially interested in hearing from people who are part of under-represented groups in technology. Contributing editors … Continue reading Help wanted: editing, design, and research

Newsletter #130: A Tribunal Against Big Tech’s Collaboration with ICE

Hello Recompilers, Issue #11 of the Recompiler is out! This issue highlights how technology is used in and has an impact on our relationships, dating, and family experiences. It includes contributions by Thursday Bram, Jackie Kazil, Courtney Milan, Amelia Abreu, Morgen Bromwell, and Lilly Ryan. Reading: The magazine Model View Culture has announced a #NoTechForICE war … Continue reading Newsletter #130: A Tribunal Against Big Tech’s Collaboration with ICE

Newsletter #129: Biohackers For DIY Health

Hello Recompilers, Issue #11 of the Recompiler is out! This issue highlights how technology is used in and has an impact on our relationships, dating, and family experiences. It includes contributions by Thursday Bram, Jackie Kazil, Courtney Milan, Amelia Abreu, Morgen Bromwell, and Lilly Ryan. Reading: Anarchist biohackers are focusing on issues of accessibility and trans … Continue reading Newsletter #129: Biohackers For DIY Health

Newsletter #128: A Story About A Story About a Helicopter

Hello Recompilers, The supplements to The Responsible Communications Style Guide are still available! These supplements, Age and Python, are part of our comprehensive resource to help you write and speak to diverse audiences in the most welcoming way. Reading: Maybe the biggest story in science fiction this week is the story about a story about … Continue reading Newsletter #128: A Story About A Story About a Helicopter

Newsletter #127: Speculative Fiction for Hope

Hello Recompilers, The supplements to The Responsible Communications Style Guide are still available! These supplements, Age and Python, are part of our comprehensive resource to help you write and speak to diverse audiences in the most welcoming way. Reading: Speculative fiction can offer a glimpse of hope at what we can transform this world into. … Continue reading Newsletter #127: Speculative Fiction for Hope