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danah boyd
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I don't think much about clothes, but @Zady's provocative "fast fashion is fast food" ad made me think:
“Neverland” or “networked publics”?: A @SocialInfoBlog review of “It’s complicated"
Yo San Francisco! I'm speaking at Commonwealth Club (@cwclub) on 4/17. Will I see you there?
Speaking at University of Virginia w/ @michaelzimmer, @sivavaid on Friday:
"Big Data Is A Civil Rights Issue" (I'm sooo psyched to see civil rights leaders engage on this issue!!)
Supporting Creative Commons is why I still use Flickr. Like @doctorow, I've been sad that Yahoo! buried this aspect:
Insightful article about photography's bias against dark skin:
New paper w/ @alicetiara: "It's just drama: teen perspectives on conflict..." (behind paywall; email for copy)
Berkeley folks: I'm speaking on 4/21. RSVPs are almost full. (Commonwealth Club, 4/17: )
I was on Radio New Zealand over the weekend. If you want to have a listen:
.@HarvardBooks included my book in their "book spine poetry". Tehehe!
Responding to critiques from "Is the Oculus Rift sexist?" (blog post by moi)
Wow, this is just a lovely review of my book by a middle school teacher. Thanks @21centuryteachr!!
The best thing about pregnant women is the free Wifi
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Brilliant post by @taliesan re: Mozilla. "Our conversation is about [tension between] rights: Equality & Free Speech"
"Why Privacy Is Actually Thriving Online" by @nathanjurgenson: "Publicity depends on privacy—and vice versa"
"Understanding & parenting the online teen" by @drClaire is a pediatrician's take on my book:
"Youth isn’t freedom in any political sense. It’s an emancipation from boredom..."
Is the Oculus Rift sexist? (Reflecting on my old research re: depth perception, sex hormones, & 3D virtual reality)
does growing up with the Internet make you Web-savvy? think again! my oped @HuffPostTech
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I normally hate parenting books, but Dalton Conley's "Parentology" is awesome. (my blogpost: )
Authors of "LGBT Broadband Future" are seeking comments on their proposal: cc: @JessieNYC & @marylgray
I'm tickled pink at the upcoming translations of It's Complicated. So far: Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, & Portuguese!
"The Overprotected Kid" by @HannaRosin captures a dynamic I've been seeing for years (and it worries me greatly):
A fun Q&A between me & @nickbilton in @nytimesbits (plus a goofy photo from ROFLCon!):