You should read this for 6/11/2017:
Tim O’Reilly via Medium: Do More! What Amazon Teaches Us About AI and the “Jobless Future”
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos exposes her ignorance in front of Congress: What we just learned from Betsy DeVos’s painful appearance before Congress “DeVos said Tuesday on Capitol Hill that she won’t offer protections to ensure that public money is not used by for-profit education companies to make their owners rich.
She also said that private schools accepting federal funds in a voucher program would have to follow federal laws but would not promise to protect LGBTQ or other students from discrimination if the law on the issue is foggy.”
Muslim and Latino communities in Southern California mix during Ramadan ““Taco Trucks at Every Mosque,’ is about building community during an administration that really has tried to break our spirit with the Muslim ban and the building of the border wall and separating our families and instilling fear.”
More bad news for Devos: Senators accuse DeVos of ‘quick about-face’ on climate change “A conservative think tank that does not believe in human-induced climate change has been sending to hundreds of thousands of K-12 and college science teachers materials that reject basic principles on which nearly all climate scientists agree — and now, some U.S. senators are asking Education Secretary Betsy DeVos whether staff members in her department have anything to do with it.”
Harvard yanks acceptances from at least 10 students — and everybody has an opinion “In the group, students sent each other memes and other images mocking sexual assault, the Holocaust, and the deaths of children, according to screenshots of the chat obtained by The Crimson. Some of the messages joked that abusing children was sexually arousing, while others had punchlines directed at specific ethnic or racial groups. One called the hypothetical hanging of a Mexican child “piñata time.”
💩🔥💰 Trumpery 💩🔥💰
In 2007, Trump was forced to face his own falsehoods. And he did, 30 times. — Washington Post “Trump’s falsehoods were unstrategic — needless, highly specific, easy to disprove. When caught, Trump sometimes blamed others for the error or explained that the untrue thing really was true, in his mind, because he saw the situation more positively than others did. Lying liars who lie.