edsu / Ed Summers

I’m a software developer interested in how the web does and doesn’t work as an archive.

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  1. Heart of Clojure 2019 - Chris Adams - What you can do when software is heating the world

    You might have heard stories about how bitcoin, or the internet itself, is responsible for an ever-growing share of global carbon emissions.

    But did you know that just by switching AWS regions in the US, you can wipe out a huge chunk of the carbon footprint from running your tech infrastructure? Most people don’t, and we need stuff like this to be common knowledge in our industry.

    In this talk, you’ll learn about the environmental impact of the digital products and services we build, how to measure it, and how to use skills you already have to make meaningful, measurable improvements to it.

    About Chris: Chris Adams is an environmentally focussed tech generalist, spending the last ten years working in tech startups, large companies and government, as a user researcher, product manager, developer, sysadmin and UX-er. Based in Berlin, he currently builds open source tools, and publishes open datasets with the Green Web Foundation, to help others understand and reduce the environmental impact of digital products they build.

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  2. FCPA Compliance Report-Episode 444, Jim Murphy on the Dangers in Using Slack

    In this episode I visit with podcast favorite Jim Murphy, who is the VP of Products at Hanzo. We discuss a recent article by Murphy which appeared on Corporate Compliance Insights and was entitled, The Shark in the Wave: Revealing the Lurking Danger of Slack Data. It detailed the dangers from Slack from a compliance and investigative perspective.

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  3. Deep Learning Talk with François Chollet in Tokyo

    MLT Deep Learning Talk with François Chollet, one of the world’s leading Deep Learning experts. He is the creator of Keras, a Deep Learning API with more than 300000 users, and 35% year-on-year growth. We have the rare opportunity to hear his talk on the capabilities, limitations and future perspectives of Deep Learning at the University of Tokyo.

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    = MLT (Machine Learning Tokyo)

    site: https://machinelearningtokyo.com/ github: https://github.com/Machine-Learning-Tokyo slack: https://machinelearningtokyo.slack.com/messages discuss: https://discuss.mltokyo.ai/ twitter: https://twitter.com/__MLT__ meetup: https://www.meetup.com/Machine-Learning-Tokyo/ facebook: https://www.facebook.com/machinelearningtokyo

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  4. AI Is A Growing Part Of The Criminal Justice System. Should We Be Worried?

    From facial recognition to emotion detection to risk assessments, AI is guiding the decisions of police departments and courtrooms across the country.

    https://www.sciencefriday.com/segments/artificial-intelligence-is-a-growing-part-of-the-criminal-justice-system-should-we-be-worried/

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  5. Live Stream: Sixth Annual Bingham Lecture (6pm, 12 September 2019)

    Process of Discovery: What Brexit has taught us (so far) about Parliament, Politics and the UK Constitution’. Delivered by: The Rt Hon John Bercow MP, Speaker of the House of Commons. 6pm, 12 September 2019 www.biicl.org/events/11309/sixth-annual-bingham-lectur

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  6. Sustasis Interview with Ward Cunningham Apr 5 18

    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=249&v=FkFh4IW1N_s
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  7. Jasper Bernes — Value and Planning in the Age of Algorithms

    Feedback: International Symposium ‘Moment of Truth: for a Reasonable Ecology between the Media’

    With Jasper Bernes (USA), Josephine Bosma (NL), Florian Cramer (NL), Richard Cavell (CA), Garnet Hertz (CA), Dmytri Kleiner (CA), Ganaële Langlois (CA), Geert Lovink (NL), Willem van Weelden (NL) and moderated by Baruch Gottlieb (CA).

    2-day Symposium Thursday 28 and Friday 29 September == Presented by West Den Haag More info: westdenhaag.nl/exhibitions/1709McLuhan_II ==

    Dr. Jasper Bernes (US) is Visiting Assistant Professor of English at Stanford University, USA, and author of a collection of poems ‘Starsdown’ (Small Press Distribution, 2007), ‘We Are Nothing and So Can You’ (Commune Editions, 2015), a book-length poem of revolts past, present, and future for the 21st century to come, and a scholarly book, ‘The Work of Art in the Age of Deindustrialization’ (Stanford University Press, 2017), that examines the relationship of postmodern poetry and art play within postindustrial capitalism. Professor Bernes’ critical work focuses on 20th century American literature, Marxism, labor theory and new media. Besides poems and essays his writing on contemporary politics and political economy can be found in venues such as ‘The New Inquiry’, ‘LARB’, ‘Endnotes’, ‘Viewpoint’ and ‘e-flux’. Wi…

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  8. Pacifica Radio Archives - Rosa Parks 1956

    #KeeperoftheDay – Pacifica Radio Archives an affiliate of the Library of Congress Radio Preservation Task Force. “Chronicling the political, cultural and artistic movements of the second half of the 20th century.”

    Here’s a gem from the archive. A 1956 interview with Rosa Parks. https://www.pacificaradioarchives.org/recording/bb0566

    Episode Title: Commentary of a Black Southern busrider / Rosa Parks Series Title: Commentary by Sidney Roger PRA Archive #: BB0566 Description: Discussion of Rosa Park’s refusal to give up her seat to a white man and the resulting bus boycott in Montgomery, Alabama. The interview was conducted by Sidney Rogers with Rosa Parks in 1956. Station: KPFA Date Recorded on: April 1956. Date Broadcast on: KPFA, 20 Dec. 1962. Item duration: 1 reel (16 min.) : 7 1/2 ips, mono.|16:30 Keywords: These terms will not bring up a complete list of all items in our catalog associated with this subject. Click here to search our entire catalog. Roger, Sidney. Blacks — Civil rights. Protests, demonstrations, vigils, etc. — Montgomery (Ala.). African Americans–Civil rights–History Roger, Sydney Parks, Rosa, 1913-2005 Contributor: Sidney Roger Role: Host Distributor: Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1962.

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  9. “Kochland”: Christopher Leonard on the Secret History of Koch Industries & U.S. Corporate Power | Democracy Now!

    Following the death of billionaire right-wing donor David Koch, we look at how he and his brother Charles Koch transformed the American economy and political system from funding climate change deniers to fighting organized labor.

    https://www.democracynow.org/2019/8/27/kochland_christopher_leonard_on_the_secret

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  10. Walter Benjamin on Violence – KPFA

    Walter Benjamin, a German-Jewish philosopher associated with the Frankfurt School, had a unique take on the origins and manifestations of violence in the world. James Martel discusses how Benjamin …

    https://kpfa.org/episode/against-the-grain-july-1-2019/

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