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Amazon Came to the Bargaining Table—But Workers Want More (Sat, 15 Dec 2018)
For more than 20 years, Amazon has successfully quashed efforts to unionize its American workers, but a new wave of labor organizing is under way.
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Lin-Manuel Miranda's Hogwarts House? Slytherin, Naturally (Fri, 14 Dec 2018)
Makes sense. Slytherin are known for their resourcefulness and ambition.
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Gadget Lab Podcast: Climate Change and Cognitive Dissonance (Fri, 14 Dec 2018)
Climate change is real, and it’s impacting us right now. How much of it can be fixed by personal responsibility versus policy?
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You Say Goodbye and We Say Hello (Tue, 31 Dec 2013)
To our dear readers: Thank you, thank you very much.
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Another Longtime Windows Exec Heads for the Exit as 2013 Draws to a Close (Tue, 31 Dec 2013)
Grant George, the former head of testing for Windows, was one of several executives left on the outside looking in following a September reorganization of the Windows unit.
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Some of Our Fave D Conference Videos Before AllThingsD Signs Off in 3 … 2 … 1 … (Tue, 31 Dec 2013)
Tech and media bigs on the red-hot seat.
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EFF's guide to creepy, surveillant Christmas gifts (Sat, 15 Dec 2018)
Topping the Electronic Frontier Foundation's don't-buy for Christmas list: Facebook's Portal in-home spycams, followed closely by Alexa/Google Home and other "home hubs"; Verizon's "AppFlash" spyware-equipped phones; and even the Elf on the Shelf gets a look in (normalizes surveillance!). There are many, many more products that we could talk about here: smart toys, baby monitors, fitness trackers and more. Overall, there are a few things to think about when you’re looking at buying a smart gift but trying to balance privacy. Consider carefully what features a product has, and what that means in terms of data collection. Anything with a microphone, for example, can record what you’re saying—and may record something you don’t expect it do, as was the case for one Amazon Echo owner this May. Opting for a smart vacuum also means letting a company like iRobot, maker of the Roomba, map out your house. Second, use your settings. A new smart device will probably have a lot of sharing options on by default, and set-up is a good time to go through the settings and figure out what you actually want to be exposing to companies and others. Finally, it’s always good to take a spin through a product’s privacy policy and attempt to understand what data it collects on you and how that information gets shared with others—that is, if a company has taken the advice of EFF and other privacy groups and bothered to write a policy that a normal person can understand. Mozilla, in a privacy-focused gift guide of its own, determined many tech products have policies that are at a college reading level or higher. Read the rest
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Megachurch pastor struggles to defend $200,000 Lamborghini purchase (Fri, 14 Dec 2018)
A Lamborghini here, a Lamborghini there, sooner or later it starts to add up. A former pastor at the megachurch founded by “prosperity gospel”  superstar Joel Osteen is having a hard time defending his purchase of a $200,000 Lamborghini for his wife Aventer Gray, to celebrate their anniversary. This Houston Chronicle article detailing John Gray's lavish taste in wedding anniversary gifts is funny, until you remember how people who are poor give their money to these churches and make these guys rich: At Lakewood Church, pastor Joel Osteen proclaims, "It's God's will for you to live in prosperity instead of poverty." Osteen, who lives in a $10.5 million mansion in River Oaks, practices what he preaches. Apparently. so does his former associate pastor, John Gray. While the traditional theme for an eight-year wedding anniversary present is pottery, on Sunday, Gray took it to a whole new level, gifting his wife, Aventer Gray, a $200,000 Lamborghini Urus. Mr. and Mrs. Gray were roasted on social media after they posted boast videos about the ultra-luxury Lamborghini Urus, which travels zero-to-62-mph in 3.6 seconds. The good pastor posted a video to Instagram capturing the the moment he handed The Missus keys to the bow-wrapped SUV. Aventer Gray posted this defense of her husband's purchase of new car on Instagram, and it's full of silliness. View this post on Instagram MY HUBBY IS A HARD-WORKER, HE WORKED HIS WHOLE LIFE AND HE SAVED TO BLESS HIS WIFE!!! REALJOHNGRAY AUTHOR X 2 SILENT ENDORSEMENTS (YOU KNOW BECAUSE EVERYONE DOESN’T HAVE TO BRAG ABOUT WHO THEY ARE SIGNED TO) 6 TV SHOWS MOVIE PRODUCER SONG WRITER TOURS Gives away cars, full houses of furniture, coats off his back... Read the rest
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Starrkeisha’s Christmas Carols, an insanely great Holiday music video (Fri, 14 Dec 2018)
This is my new favorite holiday video, forever. The wonderful series of “Starrkeisha” videos you'll find on Random Structure TV are the creations of YouTuber and incredibly talented performer Cameron J Henderson. If you dig that, here's SANTA'S STOMP TEAM, as a VR180 Experience. [via @yesauntiecris] Read the rest
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