Issue #359


All right, so if you're reading this on Sunday morning, think of me shivering in a tent wild camping in the Lake District, and enjoy your nice warm bed!

This week's newsletter includes article about surveillance capitalism and humanitarianism, a microcast about values-based organisations, and a roundup of links on blogging, feminism, privacy, and more!
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I am not fond of expecting catastrophes, but there are cracks in the universe

Broken glass
Some thoughts on what leads to 'privacy nihilism'.
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Microcast #078 — Values-based organisations

Balanced stones
This microcast covers ethics in decision-making for technology companies and (related!) some recent purchases I've made.
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Friday flowerings

Indexed: the why is often invisible
Did you see these things this week?
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Until next week!
PS You can read what I've been up to this week in Weeknote 42/2019
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Doug Belshaw
Dr. Doug Belshaw is an Open Educational Thinkerer, currently working with Moodle and We Are Open Co-op to improve our world.

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