Research notes on defunding the police, from Halifax

Research notes on defunding the police, from Halifax

BySherwin ArnottJan 24, 20222 min read

The hard work of an important committee in Halifax has recently come to fruition. The Subcommittee to Define Defunding the Police have finished their research, their surveys, and their deliberations…

Secrets and cats

Secrets and cats

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One of the most popular topics on the internet is cats (see for example PBS Ideas’ Is the Internet Cats?  Also here. And here. And here. Also Ethan Zuckerman’s Cute…

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UX failure of the Save-On-Foods receipt
Bharat’s Pocket Scraps October 28
Some thoughts on microblogging with self-hosted WordPress
The GI Joe Fallacy: knowing is not half the battle
Anadrome, semordnilap and levidrome: a whimsical example of problematic information
Nine animals that we should be trophy hunting instead of grizzly bears
That time Colby Cosh called Stephen Marche a cunt: casual misogyny among Canadian journalists
Sometimes courage is choosing not to jump
Trinity Western University continues to defend anti-gay community covenant
Coffee Roasting and popcorn lung
Martin Speckter, type design, and the interrobang