All News on 'The Twitter Times: dhnow' https://tweetedtimes.com/dhnow The Twitter Times is a real-time personalized newspaper generated from your Twitter account en-us Sat, 25 Sep 2021 12:28:15 +0000 Sat, 25 Sep 2021 12:28:15 +0000 <![CDATA[Robert Kelley Memorial Award | National Council on Public History]]> Sat, 25 Sep 2021 12:22:50 +0000 ncph.org
This award seeks to perpetuate the legacy and memory of a founder of the public history movement, Dr. Robert Kelley. It honors distinguished and outstanding achievements by individuals, institutions, non-profit or corporate entities for having made significant inroads in making history relevant to individual lives of ordinary people outside of academia. The Kelley Award consists […]
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@ncph: I'm happy to chair the @ncph committee for the Robert Kelley award for significant contributions to #publichistory. There are so many folks worth honoring, consider nominating someone by Nov. 1! ncph.org/about/awards/k…
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@sharonmleon: I'm happy to chair the @ncph committee for the Robert Kelley award for significant contributions to #publichistory. There are so many folks worth honoring, consider nominating someone by Nov. 1! ncph.org/about/awards/k…
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<![CDATA[Guest People — kindredpacket]]> Sat, 25 Sep 2021 12:22:50 +0000 kindredpacket.com - KindRedPacket
by Jonathan Gray (he/him) When my sister and I were little, we grew up with different stories about our family and where we came from. We used to sit with Gung Gung, our mother’s father, on fold-out chairs in the corner of his basement flat in San Francisco, with its pictures and quotes on the wall, his chess set, the blue glow of gas on the cooker, and he would tell us about where he grew up.  Po Po, our mother’s mother, would sing us songs from her childhood, and tell us phrases and sayings—m.  show all text
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@SimonTanner: Here's a bit of my Hakka family's movement story from Guangdong to Sabah to San Francisco to Sussex ������ kindredpacket.com/submissions/gu… More live stories of East and Southeast Asian communities for #ESEAHM2021 on Sunday 26th Sep at 5pm kindredpacket.com/stories-of-our… pic.twitter.com/aOeq9Nk1Wj
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@jwyg: Here's a bit of my Hakka family's movement story from Guangdong to Sabah to San Francisco to Sussex ������ kindredpacket.com/submissions/gu… More live stories of East and Southeast Asian communities for #ESEAHM2021 on Sunday 26th Sep at 5pm kindredpacket.com/stories-of-our… pic.twitter.com/aOeq9Nk1Wj
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<![CDATA[Community Collections Manager | CRL]]> Sat, 25 Sep 2021 12:22:50 +0000 crl.edu
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@james3neal: Friends! We're hiring for a Community Collections Manager @ CRL — focused on building + sustaining forward-thinking, non-extractive partnerships with international, national, local, and diaspora communities. Permanent job, remote work allowed, $70-$80k: crl.edu/community-coll…
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@pmhswe: Friends! We're hiring for a Community Collections Manager @ CRL — focused on building + sustaining forward-thinking, non-extractive partnerships with international, national, local, and diaspora communities. Permanent job, remote work allowed, $70-$80k: crl.edu/community-coll…
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@lisalibrarian: Friends! We're hiring for a Community Collections Manager @ CRL — focused on building + sustaining forward-thinking, non-extractive partnerships with international, national, local, and diaspora communities. Permanent job, remote work allowed, $70-$80k: crl.edu/community-coll…
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<![CDATA[@okie_elliott: 'welcome to the new york public library ']]> Sat, 25 Sep 2021 12:22:50 +0000 twitter.com
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@shanakimball: welcome to the new york public library pic.twitter.com/oWUQBhp4y8
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@keribrary: welcome to the new york public library pic.twitter.com/oWUQBhp4y8
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@luke_stark: welcome to the new york public library pic.twitter.com/oWUQBhp4y8
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@jeffjarvis: welcome to the new york public library pic.twitter.com/oWUQBhp4y8
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@epopppp: welcome to the new york public library pic.twitter.com/oWUQBhp4y8
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<![CDATA[@MartinBarrow: '*glitches* ']]> Sat, 25 Sep 2021 10:19:56 +0000 twitter.com
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@Airminded: *glitches* pic.twitter.com/BOQC1YTD9J
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@CathrynPearce: *glitches* pic.twitter.com/BOQC1YTD9J
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<![CDATA[Image on Twitter]]> Sat, 25 Sep 2021 06:19:07 +0000 twitter.com
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@tamaleaver: Me receiving reviewer comments vs. me in my response letter pic.twitter.com/LSCW9nOt8j
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@jeffjarvis: this is accurate twitter.com/accumbenshelle…
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@manjusrii: Me receiving reviewer comments vs. me in my response letter pic.twitter.com/LSCW9nOt8j
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<![CDATA[https://twitter.com/harrietbrown/status/1441197754345156615]]> Sat, 25 Sep 2021 04:19:05 +0000 twitter.com
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@histoftech: Does...everybody not do this? twitter.com/AaronRHanlon/s…
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@miriamkp: Does...everybody not do this? twitter.com/AaronRHanlon/s…
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@saragoldrickrab: When I adjunct a single class, my parking costs are around 10% of the gross pay. twitter.com/AaronRHanlon/s…
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<![CDATA[The Surveillance Apparatus That Surrounded Britney Spears]]> Sat, 25 Sep 2021 04:19:05 +0000 nytimes.com - By Liz Day and Samantha Stark
An account by a former employee of the security team hired by Ms. Spears’s father created the most detailed portrait yet of the singer’s life under 13 years of conservatorship.
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@readywriting on Twitter
@readywriting: This account by ⁦@LizDDay⁩ and ⁦@starksamantha⁩ of the “security” infrastructure imposed on Britney Spears - without her consent, and at her expense - is a cascade of horrors. nytimes.com/2021/09/24/art…
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@heathr on Twitter
@heathr: This account by ⁦@LizDDay⁩ and ⁦@starksamantha⁩ of the “security” infrastructure imposed on Britney Spears - without her consent, and at her expense - is a cascade of horrors. nytimes.com/2021/09/24/art…
@sarahkendzior on Twitter
@sarahkendzior: Britney Spears’ father hired a former Israeli army guy to wiretap her, including in her bedroom and her texts with an attorney. The firm also harassed her boyfriends and compiled dossiers on #FreeBritney activists. And Britney paid the bills for all of it. nytimes.com/2021/09/24/art…
@tiffanycli on Twitter
@tiffanycli: One issue that ties together privacy, gender, and disability rights is consent. Did Britney consent to this surveillance? No. Did she consent to an abusive conservatorship? No. Did she consent to people selling and exploiting her story—and her life? No. nytimes.com/2021/09/24/art…
@xeni on Twitter
@xeni: The NY Times reveals the surveillance machine that monitored and recorded Britney’s life. Great reporting: nytimes.com/2021/09/24/art…
@geminiimatt on Twitter
@geminiimatt: Private intelligence & private security industry is full of outfits like this. The electronic manipulation & monitoring will have you saying... #FreeBrittney & installing iVerify on your iPhone. "The Surveillance Apparatus That Surrounded Britney Spears" nyti.ms/3kHwq33
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<![CDATA[Patrick Wyman: Trump, American Gentry, and Non-coastal Elites - The Atlantic]]> Sat, 25 Sep 2021 02:19:04 +0000 theatlantic.com - Patrick Wyman
American wealth and power usually have a certain look: glass-walled penthouse apartments in glittering urban skyscrapers, sprawling country mansions, ivy-covered prep schools, vacation homes in the Hamptons. These are the outward symbols of an entrenched oligarchy, the political-economic ruling class portrayed by the media that entertains us and the conspiracy theories that animate the darker corners of the American imagination. The reality of American wealth and power is more banal. The conspi.  show all text
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@fgbjr on Twitter
@fgbjr: For @TheAtlantic, I wrote about the salt-of-the-earth millionaires who make up America's local gentry, and how their economic and political clout shapes American politics and society. theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/…
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@alexhanna on Twitter
@alexhanna: So, I highly recommend reading @Patrick_Wyman's essay on the American gentry—about how power and wealth in most of this country isn't held by billionaires, but local millionaires. It's all around excellent. And I want to offer a little chaser. theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/…
@timbray on Twitter
@timbray: This is a *great* piece of analysis. I don't think you can understand any society deeply without insight into its class structure. Also: Nothing US-specific here. theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/…
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<![CDATA[@paulabarcante: 'We’re exploring new controls called “Filter” and “Limit” that could help you keep potentially harmful content — and people who might create that content — away from your replies. These are early ideas, so we'd love your feedback ']]> Sat, 25 Sep 2021 02:19:04 +0000 twitter.com
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@james3neal: re: Twitter twitter.com/paulabarcante/…
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@SMLabTO: �� ATTN researchers, designers, anyone interested in online harassment and content moderation: twitter would love to hear your honest feedback on our latest reply control concepts! ��✨ twitter.com/paulabarcante/…
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@manjusrii: �� ATTN researchers, designers, anyone interested in online harassment and content moderation: twitter would love to hear your honest feedback on our latest reply control concepts! ��✨ twitter.com/paulabarcante/…
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<![CDATA[Haitians see history of racist policies in migrant treatment]]> Sat, 25 Sep 2021 02:19:04 +0000 apnews.com
The images — men on horseback, appearing to use reins as whips to corral Haitian asylum seekers trying to cross into the U.S. from Mexico — provoked an outcry. But to many Haitians and Black Americans, they're merely confirmation of a deeply held belief:
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@kcrowe: “Haitians, in particular, are granted asylum at the lowest rate of any nationality with consistently high numbers of asylum seekers, according to an analysis of data by The Associated Press.” Great reporting by @aaronlmorrison and @astridgalvan and others @AP twitter.com/ap/status/1441…
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@siracusa: ��Why do news organizations do this weird distancing thing where instead of saying "Clearly verifiable thing" they instead say, "Black people say clearly verifiable thing?" Think of how the impact of the headline changes when you drop the "Many Haitians and Black Americans say." twitter.com/AP/status/1441…
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@Karnythia: Many Haitians and Black Americans say the Border Patrol's treatment of Haitian migrants is just the latest in a long history of discriminatory U.S. policies and of indignities faced by Black people. apne.ws/GeX0773
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@DocDre: “Haitians, in particular, are granted asylum at the lowest rate of any nationality with consistently high numbers of asylum seekers, according to an analysis of data by The Associated Press.” Great reporting by @aaronlmorrison and @astridgalvan and others @AP twitter.com/ap/status/1441…
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<![CDATA[CAS – Central Authentication Service]]> Sat, 25 Sep 2021 02:19:04 +0000 hrms.byu.edu
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@JenServenti: The Office of Digital Humanities at @BYU is hiring a tenure-track position. We're particularly interested in people who do UI/UX, but we are open to ANYONE who thinks what they do is DH-adjacent. hrms.byu.edu/psc/ps/PUBLIC/…
@mkirschenbaum on Twitter
@mkirschenbaum: The Office of Digital Humanities at @BYU is hiring a tenure-track position. We're particularly interested in people who do UI/UX, but we are open to ANYONE who thinks what they do is DH-adjacent. hrms.byu.edu/psc/ps/PUBLIC/…
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@briancroxall: The Office of Digital Humanities at @BYU is hiring a tenure-track position. We're particularly interested in people who do UI/UX, but we are open to ANYONE who thinks what they do is DH-adjacent. hrms.byu.edu/psc/ps/PUBLIC/…
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<![CDATA[The Surprisingly Big Business of Library E-books | The New Yorker]]> Sat, 25 Sep 2021 02:19:04 +0000 newyorker.com
Increasingly, books are something that libraries do not own but borrow from the corporations that do.
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@shannonmattern: Libraries can buy books right? But we can only "rent" ebooks, and often at very high prices. Thanks to @readwriteradio & @library_futures, Congresspeople @RonWyden and @RepAnnaEshoo are asking for transparency on ebook pricing. Read thread: twitter.com/readwriteradio…
@unsworth on Twitter
@unsworth: Libraries can buy books right? But we can only "rent" ebooks, and often at very high prices. Thanks to @readwriteradio & @library_futures, Congresspeople @RonWyden and @RepAnnaEshoo are asking for transparency on ebook pricing. Read thread: twitter.com/readwriteradio…
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@brewster_kahle: Libraries can buy books right? But we can only "rent" ebooks, and often at very high prices. Thanks to @readwriteradio & @library_futures, Congresspeople @RonWyden and @RepAnnaEshoo are asking for transparency on ebook pricing. Read thread: twitter.com/readwriteradio…
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<![CDATA[@JakeSherman: 'Lauren Boebert has sent a release calling to impeach Biden, but she has messed up the logo here ']]> Fri, 24 Sep 2021 22:22:49 +0000 twitter.com
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@shermandorn on Twitter
@shermandorn: I am visiting Colorado this weekend so I am empowered to RT this every hour. IMEACH BORBERT! twitter.com/jakesherman/st…
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@dimatosj on Twitter
@dimatosj: Imeach immechiately twitter.com/JakeSherman/st…
@dansinker on Twitter
@dansinker: all of these clowns inability to pay attention to any detail NO MATTER HOW BIG digs at me like a hangnail. twitter.com/JakeSherman/st…
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@qhardy: I'm each, Biden. I, me...ach! Biden. Trying here, Congressperson. twitter.com/JakeSherman/st…
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@HamillHimself: IMEACHMENT NOW! twitter.com/JakeSherman/st…
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<![CDATA[Our constitutional crisis is already here]]> Fri, 24 Sep 2021 22:22:49 +0000 washingtonpost.com - By Robert Kagan
Trump’s charges of fraud in 2020 are not about looking back, as many Republicans insist. They are about establishing the predicate to challenge future election results more effectively.
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@sacca on Twitter
@sacca: Maybe drop the paywall for this one, ⁦@washingtonpost⁩. washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/…
@GeorgeTakei on Twitter
@GeorgeTakei: Required reading. washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/…
@Moonalice on Twitter
@Moonalice: If you’ve not read this essay yet, you’ve gotta read it now. This is no time for distractions. Facing the music won’t be easy. But tuning it out would be fatal. washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/…
@qhardy on Twitter
@qhardy: The best way to avoid this is for the people who don't want to see it happen to vote, in overwhelming numbers, in every primary and election, no matter the challenges. Make it a rallying point. washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/…
@Sifill_LDF on Twitter
@Sifill_LDF: No. I don’t feel terrified by this piece. It encapsulates what many of us have been saying. I do feel angry and increasingly impatient with those who are more intent on preserving the framework of the status quo than recognizing and acting on the danger of this moment. twitter.com/sifill_ldf/sta…
@nhannahjones on Twitter
@nhannahjones: Don't just retweet. Please actually read it. washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/…
@nhannahjones on Twitter
@nhannahjones: This sent chills down my spine. Please read it, sit with it, and then, wake up: "We are already in a constitutional crisis. The destruction of democracy might not come until November 2024, but critical steps in that direction are happening now." washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/…
@daniellecitron on Twitter
@daniellecitron: Read this piece early this morning at the suggestion of ⁦@jayrosen_nyu⁩’s tweet. Sent it to our Senior Mgmt team. Have worked through a day of multiple meetings, reviews and discussions. And cannot stop thinking about it. Please. Read it. washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/…
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