Monthly Archives: October 2010

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> To be fair, a primary reason university and college programs cannot change to remain relevant is b

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Design View / Andy Rutledge – The UX Design Education Scam

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> The time for political correctness, courteous patience, and the benefit of doubt has passed. The v

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Design View / Andy Rutledge – The UX Design Education Scam

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> An environment of good leadership should be able to sustain itself even if there is a defined lead

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The Savior Complex – African America’s addiction to leaders and not leadership

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Be weirded out. Be really weirded out.

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Be weirded out. Be really weirded out. Boolean Taxidermy

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> The making of the African diaspora was as much the product of ‘the West’ as it was of the inte

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Robin Kelley “How the West was Won: On the Uses and Limitations of Diaspora,” in Jaqueline Bobo, et al. (eds.), The Black Studies Reader (New York: Routledge, 2004), pp. 41-46.  (via tobia)

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manifestfreedom: look at this face.  A 17-year-old high-school student took his own life October 13 — hours after being attacked by five classmates after school. he was gay. “I’m sorry to my immediate loved ones, but … Continue reading

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