Sleepy puppies.

Sleepy puppies.

Day: complete.

Day: complete.

SPACE. MADNESS. (at Space Mountain)

SPACE. MADNESS. (at Space Mountain)

"The rules of cyberwarfare are still being written, and it may be that the deployment of attack code is an act of war as destructive as the disabling of any real infrastructure."

What a ridiculous quote. The internet controls and is a part of “real” infrastructure, much in the same way that internet life is now part of “real” life.

Look what came in the mail!

Look what came in the mail!

camposantoblog:

Enjoy your Fourth of July and this small update!

That is some sweet ass animation right there. And a bonus Seanbaby to boot.

camposantoblog:

Enjoy your Fourth of July and this small update!

That is some sweet ass animation right there. And a bonus Seanbaby to boot.

Put bluntly, it is difficult to imagine anyone engaging in the painfully strained self-advertisement facilitated by LinkedIn in a labor market with, say, 2-percent unemployment. In such a market, in which employers were competing for comparatively scarce workers, there would be very little need for those workers to go through the self-abasing ritual of converting themselves into fungible baskets of skills. In our current situation, by contrast, where secure and remunerative employment is comparatively scarce, it is no surprise that people turn to whatever technologies are available to attempt to sell themselves.
Throughout this piece I’ve been taking the liberty of using adjunct as a job title and even as a verb. The term actually means “a thing added to something else as a supplementary rather than an essential part.” If teaching is a supplementary rather than essential part of college, why go?
And Ginsburg notes that though administrators often extol the virtues of using part-time contingent labor for teaching, “they fail to apply the same logic to their own ranks.” In 2005, 48 percent of college faculty were part time, compared to only 3 percent of administrators.
Gregory sees the angry responses to her syllabus as being linked to a larger phenomenon: the backlash that often erupts when workers speak out. “The conditions of labor must always be obscured,” she said. “Work is good, work is noble, work is disciplining, work is what gives you social meaning in your life, so you can’t say, ‘Oh, this job is killing me.’ And they certainly don’t ever want you to talk to other people and realize this is structural, this is planned, we are the effects of other people’s choices and perhaps we should have a bigger voice here.”