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Facing White Supremacy After Brexit

On April 24, 2019, I joined a panel hosted by the Mile End Institute at Queen Mary University in London to talk about white supremacy after Brexit and what that means for British politics going forward. I am neither British nor an expert on British politics, but I was pleased to offer a voice discussing the international ties of white supremacist organizing and the influences that has on shifting mainstream political discouse in the United Kingdom. ...

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Quality in the Consumer IoT

This is a companion post for my talk of the same title given on April 22, 2016 at IoT Fuse in Minneapolis, MN. Content warning: this post discusses some issues with illness and death, including mental illness; sexual assault; and contains an image of raw meat. Quality in the Consumer IoT IoT Fuse 2016 The Internet of Things represents a massive technology shift. Truthfully, much of the march towards the realization of the Internet of Things has taken place along multiple gradually-incrementing threads. ...

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Beyond the Buzz: The Internet of Things

This is a companion post to accompany the Charlottesville Women in Tech Beyond the Buzz: The Internet of Things panel on February 10, 2016. This post contains my responses to some of the questions prepared in advance of the panel. Content warning: An image of a raw piece of meat appears in this article below the fold. Beyond the Buzz: The Internet of Things Charlottesville Women in Technology 2016 What is your 'angle' on IoT? ...