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  • theresaanna shared from Cognitive Surplus: Creativity and Generosity in a Connected Age by Clay Shirky
    Democracies both produce and rely upon complacency in their citizens. A democracy is working when its citizens are content enough not to turn out in the streets; when they do, it’s a sign something isn’t right.
    Note: A bit of wisdom that I think we tend to forget.
  • theresaanna shared from a Personal Document
    “Probably the most disastrous thing you can ever learn is your first programming languange, even if it is a good programming language. The reason is that it tends to be [your internal model of] computing.”
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