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When mainstream media is the lunatic fringe
Digital media gives cruelty, new visibility, but does the prestige of old media give bigoted ranting respectability?
Last updated: 22 Jan 2014 11:47 GMT
Surviving the post-employment economy
The author argues that in the new economy, it's people, not skills or majors, that have lost value.
Last updated: 03 Nov 2013 08:50 GMT
MOOCs and their discontents
To say that MOOCs propagate inequality is to deny their fundamental mission and the thinking that conceived them.
Last updated: 21 Oct 2013 11:34 GMT
The men who set themselves on fire
Due to joblessness and a bleak economy, self-immolations in industrialised societies are rising rapidly.
Last updated: 07 Oct 2013 15:43 GMT
Zero opportunity employers
The recent death of an impoverished adjunct professor in the US highlights the broader case for workers' rights.
Last updated: 23 Sep 2013 10:47 GMT
Who is a 'journalist'? People who can afford to be
A US Senate panel's attempt to define 'journalist' pleases some and dismays others.
Last updated: 17 Sep 2013 10:49 GMT
The danger of data: Not the information, but the interpretation
Critics say the massive amount of information collected by the NSA make correctly using the data a challenge.
Last updated: 09 Sep 2013 14:33 GMT
It's the faculty, stupid!
The goal for institutes of higher learning should be to educate students to become autonomous and thoughtful citizens.
Last updated: 08 Sep 2013 14:17 GMT
Justice in a 'Nation of Laws': The Manning verdict
The verdict in the trial of Chelsea Manning fits the narrative of the last decade, one devoid of justice, says author.
Last updated: 23 Aug 2013 14:24 GMT
Snowden and the paranoid state
The US' paranoid political culture will not fade until we can trust our leaders and the corporations holding power.
Last updated: 05 Aug 2013 13:50 GMT
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