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When you think of an %22app%2C%22 do you think of something that you can open%2C hack%2C and change how it works%3F Meemoo wants to give you this freedom. If you can%27t open it%2C you don%27t own it. Meemoo is a framework that connects open-source modules%2C powered by any web technology. The way that the data flows from module to module is defined and visualized by colorful wires. If you can connect a video player to a TV%2C you can program a Meemoo app.
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Such are the paradoxes of empathy. The power of this faculty has something to do with its ability to bring our moral concern into a laser pointer of focussed attention. If a planet of billions is to survive%2C however%2C we%E2%80%99ll need to take into consideration the welfare of people not yet harmed%E2%80%94and%2C even more%2C of people not yet born. They have no names%2C faces%2C or stories to grip our conscience or stir our fellow-feeling. Their prospects call%2C rather%2C for deliberation and calculation. Our hearts will always go out to the baby in the well%3B it%E2%80%99s a measure of our humanity. But empathy will have to yield to reason if humanity is to have a future.
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So despite appearances%2C despite the feeling that things are accelerating and changing faster than ever%2C I want to make the shocking prediction that the Internet of 2060 is going to look recognizably the same as the Internet today.%0A%0AUnless we screw it up.%0A%0AAnd I want to convince you that this is the best possible news for you as designers%2C and for us as people.
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%22Social media has entered the mainstream as a go-to source for personal information about others%2C and many litigators have taken notice. Yet%2C despite the increased use of social media in informal civil discovery%2C little guidance exists as to the ethical duties %E2%80%94 and limitations %E2%80%94 that govern social media snooping. Even further%2C the peculiar challenges created by social media amplify ambiguities in the existing framework of ethics rules and highlight the need for additional guidance for the bench and bar.%0A%0AThis article offers an in-depth analysis of the soundness and shortcomings of the existing legal ethics framework%2C including the 2013 revisions to the American Bar Association%E2%80%99s model rules%2C when dealing with novel issues surrounding informal social media discovery. It analyzes three predominant ethics issues that arise%3A %281%29 the duty to investigate facts on social media%2C %282%29 the no-contact rule and prohibitions against deception%2C and %283%29 the duty to preserve social media evidence. While the first two issues can be adequately addressed under the existing framework%2C the rules fall short in dealing with the third issue%2C preservation duties. Further%2C even though the existing ethics rules can suffice for the most part%2C non-binding%2C supplemental guidelines%2C or %E2%80%9Cbest practices%2C%E2%80%9D should be created to help practitioners and judges navigate the ethical issues created by new technology like social media.%22
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Had my students write %22I wish my teacher knew___%22 It%27s a reality check.%0A%0A%22They just let me have it. They told me exactly what they thought I should know%2C%22 she said. %22When students feel like they have a voice%2C that they%27re heard%2C they%27re really more open. They%27re more able to take risks in school.%22
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%22Online anonymity does more good than harm. I%E2%80%99m a pretty active Yakker%3B however%2C in the many months that I%E2%80%99ve been following the conversations on Yik Yak at numerous universities %28and sometimes at airports when I%E2%80%99m really bored%29 I have only witnessed one case of harassment. There was an incident at a particular Midwestern university where one or perhaps a couple of Yakkers were making fun of a %E2%80%9Cguy who wears a pink hat%E2%80%9D%E2%80%94the community then came to the rescue supporting the %E2%80%9Cpink hat guy%E2%80%9D and made him a bit of a campus celebrity. Of particular note was the fact that bystanders used their anonymity for good and in order to shape the conversation more positively. Indeed%2C recent research has shown that anonymous online bystanders are more likely to intervene when they witness bullying.%22