cast first stone
via ab and sh and mw (finger point)
cast the first stone
From the Bible John 8.7 where Jesus tells the accusers of a woman of adultery,
He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her.
To act self-righteously in accusing another person, believing oneself to be blameless.
big key is that this blaming ness is a distraction a disturbing..
so many ie’s juxta‘s..
here’s just few from today ness (starting w ed juxta.. just because)
Ozge Karaoglu Ergen (@ozge) tweeted at 5:05 AM – 13 Apr 2018 :
Why Usability Is The Most Important LMS Requirement https://t.co/qHOj85FcJD via @elearnindustry (http://twitter.com/ozge/status/984749453100793856?s=17)
Tes (@tes) tweeted at 10:45 AM – 12 Apr 2018 :
Do you need get consent for each and every time you want to publish a picture of pupils under #GDPR? No, says our expert https://t.co/0qpcFgY4pO(http://twitter.com/tes/status/984472494135529473?s=17)
Ella Taylor-Smith (@EllaTasm) tweeted at 4:47 AM – 13 Apr 2018 :
Students fool digital attendance tracker https://t.co/avs3GBDGyi (http://twitter.com/EllaTasm/status/984744961466871808?s=17)
we’re letting them experience/succeed in the world we’ve created/maintained/perpetuated for them
Oxford Internet Institute (@oiioxford) tweeted at 3:48 AM – 13 Apr 2018 :New op-ed in the @NewStatesman by OII’s Dr Bernie Hogan: was Facebook’s decision to cut off third-party developers genuinely virtuous? Read on: https://t.co/jRqdYHY4X4 @blurky #tech #TechNews #Facebook (http://twitter.com/oiioxford/status/984730038259081219?s=17)
Bill Penuel (@bpenuel) tweeted at 5:21 AM – 13 Apr 2018 :
What does brokering look like in informal learning environments, and why is it important? Come here @dcnacu @npinkard and colleagues describe today at #AERA18 https://t.co/LE7yJP7WAL (http://twitter.com/bpenuel/status/984753492547031040?s=17)Mozilla (@mozilla) tweeted at 11:00 AM – 12 Apr 2018 :
On the other hand, most internet users do not know enough about how their information is collected, shared, retained — and perhaps, reused.
We dug into what some of the biggest companies aren’t telling us in their privacy policies: https://t.co/MwdWZ87dwO #internethealth (http://twitter.com/mozilla/status/984476264680558592?s=17)Mozilla (@mozilla) tweeted at 5:02 AM – 12 Apr 2018 :
To be ourselves online, we *must* be able to trust the systems we use.
Over 3 billion compromised accounts were disclosed in 2017 — millions of people had their sensitive data stolen.
And yet…not all data collection is bad. Opinion: https://t.co/MBSdGxuHkn #internethealth https://t.co/Nc49okkWLm (http://twitter.com/mozilla/status/984386355257069568?s=17)
The Restart Project (@RestartProject) tweeted at 2:00 PM – 12 Apr 2018 :
What a time to discuss “internet health” – @Mozilla released its new report in the midst of the Zuckerberg hearings. For us, the crisis in trust goes far beyond privacy concerns, it reaches deep into other connected institutions https://t.co/BZhEfH37C4https://t.co/iNySUCtfzu (http://twitter.com/RestartProject/status/984521564250148865?s=17)
Oz Katerji (@OzKaterji) tweeted at 6:15 AM – 13 Apr 2018 :
I have, repeatedly, for the last 7 years. In fact, the vast majority of Syrian activists have. You have decided to ignore them all. That’s on you and your conscience turning your back on dead Syrian children, not us.
Kris Olds (@GlobalHigherEd) tweeted at 6:10 AM – 13 Apr 2018 :
“We spent millions on consultants who knew little about higher education and less about the OU to tell us how to be a better Open University. Not only is this wasteful, but the message it sends is that we don’t trust our own staff to know what is required.” https://t.co/tVO93pUVBk (http://twitter.com/GlobalHigherEd/status/984765728418037760?s=17)
same to 7 bn of us
Alan Levine ☠ (@cogdog) tweeted at 6:26 AM – 13 Apr 2018 :
The frequency of “sponsored” photos in instagram stream: 1 in 6, or 17%, each one silently collecting clicks, scroll by times, harvesting all that data for Zuck & Friends, sending them ad fees too. (http://twitter.com/cogdog/status/984769819663740928?s=17)
Democracy Now! (@democracynow) tweeted at 6:31 AM – 13 Apr 2018 :
The debate over a U.S. attack in Syria is a “weird discussion,” says Syrian-Canaidan writer Yazan al-Saadi. “The U.S. is striking Syria already… You have more than 2,000 soldiers on the ground, there are bases. For me as a Syrian, I see it as an occupation” #DNlive https://t.co/5D7T7oDr9p(http://twitter.com/democracynow/status/984771020644069378?s=17)