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Bill Genereux

How One Stupid Tweet Blew Up Justine Sacco's Life - NYTimes.com - 0 views

  • yanked violently out of the context
  • reflexive critique of white privilege
  • well-meaning people, in a crowd, often take punishment too far.
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  • He retweeted it to his 15,000 followers
  • If she was going to be made to suffer for a joke, she figured she should get something out of it. “I never would have lived in Addis Ababa for a month otherwise
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  • her shaming wasn’t really about her at all. Social media is so perfectly designed to manipulate our desire for approval, and that is what led to her undoing.
  • Her tormentors were instantly congratulated as they took Sacco down, bit by bit, and so they continued to do so. Their motivation was much the same as Sacco’s own — a bid for the attention of strangers — as she milled about Heathrow, hoping to amuse people she couldn’t see.
Bill Genereux

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    We're always looking to connect with talented designers, programmers and writers. We value an open environment. We want to be challenged. We want to try something new and learn something new every day.  We want to help everyone we work with succeed.  We want to control our personal and work schedules. We want to write our own job descriptions and change them from time to time. We want to go on CultureShock trips to recharge our batteries and see the world in new ways. We want to work with the best of the best - people who hold themselves and others to the highest standards.
anonymous

Are Cover Letters Stil Relevant for Social Media & Tech Jobs? - 0 views

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    As more companies use social networks to screen candidates, many applicants are questioning whether their cover letters are still relevant. With the level of transparency in social media, what can a cover letter offer that a LinkedIn profile or Twitter stream can't?
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