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but grammar ain't one... "the Valley’s greatest problem lied in its 'deep lack of self-reflection and the strong resistance to it.'"— barb dybwad (@doctorparadox) November 2, 2015 alt hed: "New Face of Native Advertising for Silicon Valley" (protip: just write it on @Medium like everyone else)— barb dybwad (@doctorparadox) October 31, 2015
(i.e., save them from the gaping black hole of Twitter search) "In Trump’s world, broadcasting his beauty pageant on a private tv station is a First Amendment right" via @cjr— barb dybwad (@doctorparadox) November 2, 2015 how very fascist i'm sure #Trump has some very Deep Thoughts on supplanting gov w/corps w/o limiting his own power— barb dybwad (@doctorparadox) October 26, 2015 he would demand weekends off with his family but campaign against providing family leave to other people— barb dybwad (@doctorparadox) October 24, 2015 3rd GOP debate w/(undue) respect to @cnbc who claim to have won the #GOPDebate (?!) -- pretty sure Hillz just dropped the mic— barb dybwad (@doctorparadox) October 29, 2015 so Chris Christie apparently did not watch the Democratic debate if he's trading on this one being the "CIVIL" of the 2— barb...
We need to differentiate ourselves as a basic premise for developing self-esteem. It's best if we continue accruing it (along with heaping portions of humility, natch) throughout our lives, ideally without tipping over into raging, unbridled narcissism. Yet we also need to belong, to enjoy the company of others, cherish and establish families, build communities, nation-states, and so on. That involves selflessness, compassion, empathy, effort, and altruism, to name a few qualities -- many of which are in rather short supply in a modern, hyper-connected era drunk on the cashflow made possible by exploiting peoples' baser instincts and weaker moments for a healthy profit. It can be a central challenge to continually find and re-forge that delicate balance between solitude and togetherness during the many major and minor inflection points of our lives. See also: In-group/out-grouping, scapegoating, confabulation, Dunbar number perhaps the hyper-fragmentation of interests & ideo...
Are they ever at odds? And will the odds be ever in our favor? The choice is ours. commerce was meant to serve people & not the other way around, but we've long lost the thread— barb dybwad (@doctorparadox) September 24, 2015 turns out we *do* know what's killing the bees. but bees don't have lobbyists, & killing them is profitable— barb dybwad (@doctorparadox) September 24, 2015 It seems like government should be much, much more than a marketing agency for industry.
Wired: Expression | Tired: Repression | Expired: Oppression— barb dybwad (@doctorparadox) September 6, 2015
The average annual cost of daycare in D.C. is a crazy $22,000.— Danielle Paquette (@DPAQreport) May 20, 2015