links for 2009-10-09

  • "I think you have to align your values with your complete hiring process, not just with your interview questions. If you value people who are passionate about their craft, you have to use a different means of selecting prospects than if you value having warm bodies sitting in chairs. If you want a warm body with a certain minimal competence in a chair, you use and recruiters to find people. if you value community and craft, you use your network and your community." Indeed.
  • "I often get asked what the phrase “rape culture” means. And while, honestly, the answer is no further away than wikipedia, it’s sometimes easier to grasp a concept by observing it in the wild. When men make choices about what women do with their sexuality, that strengthens the idea that men can control women’s bodies. That’s rape culture. When people in power refuse to take women’s rape charges seriously, it means there are no consequences for rapists, which makes them more free to rape. When authorities use their power to deliberately silence rape victims instead of helping them find justice, it not only leaves rapists free but intimidates other victims from coming forward. When our media won’t talk about rape, people think it doesn’t happen, and the rapists face no consequences." What is rape culture.






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