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  1. Jan 2021
    1. IANA Time Zone Database Main time zone database. This is where Moment TimeZone sources its data from.

      every place has a history of different Time Zones because of the geographical, economical, political, religious reasons .These rules are present in IANA Time Zone database. Also it contains rules for Daylight Saving Time (DST) . Checkout the map on this page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daylight_saving_time

  2. Nov 2020
    1. Similarly problematic is the “cancel culture,” where people attempt to expunge anyone with whom they do not perfectly agree, rather than remain focused on those who profit from discrimination and injustice.

      This is very important and easy to understand

  3. Sep 2020
  4. Nov 2017
    1. Publishers can compete with free textbooks by making their more-restrictive-than-all-right-reserved offerings 70% more affordable.

      Sounds a bit like what Clay Shirky was trying to say about the Napster moment coming to Higher Education, five years ago. Skimmed the critique of Shirky’s piece and was mostly nodding in agreement with it. But there might be a discussion about industries having learnt from the Napster moment. After all, the recording industry has been able to withstand this pressure for close to twenty years. Also sounds like this could be a corollary to Chris Anderson’s (in)famous promotion of the “free” (as in profit) model for businesses, almost ten years ago. In other words, we might live another reshaping of “free” in the next 9-10 years.

  5. Jul 2017
  6. Mar 2017
    1. in an obvious circle,

      So who do we think was in the audience when this was delivered? We know it was delivered at Notre Dame, so I assume the audience was primarily faculty, right? All historical moments are political, but this was a historical moment in which it was particularly political just to be a college student or faculty member, so I can only imagine the room at this point in his lecture. I wish we had more information about the immediate reception of this ideas, here.

  7. Jun 2016
    1. Twixters put off life choices because they can choose from a huge array of career options, some of which, like jobs in social media, didn’t exist 10 years ago. What idiot would try to work her way up at a company when she’s going to have an average of seven jobs before age 26?
    2. The Internet has democratized opportunity for many young people, giving them access and information that once belonged mostly to the wealthy.