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..

we have to let go of blaming.. to get back to that undisturbed state

assume good

i know you

trust – every actor has a reason


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 via @elearnindustry (

like saying fb..usability most important..
we are all mark, ca, wylie.. et al

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

Ella Taylor-Smith (@EllaTasm) tweeted at 4:47 AM – 13 Apr 2018 :
Students fool digital attendance tracker (

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: @blurky #tech #TechNews #Facebook (
school reform/admin
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 (
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: #internethealth (
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: #internethealth (
call bs
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 (
we have to go deeper still
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. (
finger point

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.” (

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. (


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