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Star Trek: Discovery Redefines Family the Right Way

This is why representation matters. This is why queer found families matter, on and off the screen. Because so often, they’re the people who come to the rescue when we need them most, flying in with hope and love and connection and community when we’re lost in that darkness. The ones who hold us when we need to be held, or give us unflinching tough love when we need it; the ones to whom we can finally say out loud, “this is who I am.” Even when no one else can see us, we can see each other.
#lgbt #lgbtqia #StarTrekDiscovery #QueerFoundFamily #Family
 

Star Trek: Discovery Redefines Family the Right Way

This is why representation matters. This is why queer found families matter, on and off the screen. Because so often, they’re the people who come to the rescue when we need them most, flying in with hope and love and connection and community when we’re lost in that darkness. The ones who hold us when we need to be held, or give us unflinching tough love when we need it; the ones to whom we can finally say out loud, “this is who I am.” Even when no one else can see us, we can see each other.
#lgbt #lgbtqia #StarTrekDiscovery #QueerFoundFamily #Family
 
Is there an App for remotely sharing an #Android screen?

During #Corona I somehow still have to assist my #family with there problems with their mobiles. I would like to avoid personal contact at the moment.
 
#stefan #english #family #friends #public
10 Signs You are Emotionally Immature | Is Emotional Immaturity a Mental Disorder?
 
Das #UrbanArrow trägt jetzt #Warnweste.

https://twitter.com/JuergenRocks/status/1207687327423909889

#Lastenrad #Cargobike #MdRzA #MdLrzA #LooksLikeShit
 
#family #stefan #friends #public
Da dieser Diaspora Pod geschlossen wird, schlage ich vor, dass wir auf einen anderen Umziehen.
Geht das okay?
 
#public + #family #deutsch
Wenn #Marcus sein Menschenrecht nicht bekommt, dazwischen reden zu können, legt er aus trotz einfach auf.
 

Looking for an application to manage chores in a family household


Hi everyone,

I'm looking for an application to manage #chores and other tasks in a household. It should be web based with mobile optimization or having its own mobile app. I like my services to be #selfhosted an a #server to avoid too much data draining into the cloud. Most important is usability. It should be wife and kids prove :-)
I looked at different #ticketsystem, #kanban boards and #todo lists but couldn't settle on a strategy to implement it for my #family. How are you doing it in a somewhat nerdy household?

What I like to achieve is to not forget some rarer chores like replacing smoke alarms after 10yrs (you do that right?) or fix the hole in the rain gutter. Also I could setup some basic chores in categories for the kids and use the systems API (another nice to have feature) to automatically grant internet access to their devices as long as the category is empty. I could see them to start circumvent the system so we can have some nice "hacking game" going on...

The old text file that is edited with vim on #linux and then checked in to my git repository is not doing it for my family. (I know, bad parenting...)

I'm excited to read some of your ideas or solutions on that matter.
 

Looking for an application to manage chores in a family household


Hi everyone,

I'm looking for an application to manage #chores and other tasks in a household. It should be web based with mobile optimization or having its own mobile app. I like my services to be #selfhosted an a #server to avoid too much data draining into the cloud. Most important is usability. It should be wife and kids prove :-)
I looked at different #ticketsystem, #kanban boards and #todo lists but couldn't settle on a strategy to implement it for my #family. How are you doing it in a somewhat nerdy household?

What I like to achieve is to not forget some rarer chores like replacing smoke alarms after 10yrs (you do that right?) or fix the hole in the rain gutter. Also I could setup some basic chores in categories for the kids and use the systems API (another nice to have feature) to automatically grant internet access to their devices as long as the category is empty. I could see them to start circumvent the system so we can have some nice "hacking game" going on...

The old text file that is edited with vim on #linux and then checked in to my git repository is not doing it for my family. (I know, bad parenting...)

I'm excited to read some of your ideas or solutions on that matter.
 

Your family is none of their business



  • Today’s children have the most complex digital footprint in human history, with their data being collected by private companies and governments alike.
  • The consequences on a child’s future revolve around one’s freedom to learn from mistakes, the reputation damage caused by past mistakes, and the traumatic effects of discriminatory algorithms.
Summer is that time of the year when parents get to spend more time with their children. Often enough, this also means children get to spend more time with electronic devices, their own or their parents’. Taking a selfie with the little one, or keeping them busy with a Facebook game or a Youtube animations playlist – these are examples that make the digital footprint of today’s child the largest in human history.

Who wants your child’s data?

https://edri.org/your-family-is-none-of-their-business/

Mobile phones, tablets and other electronic devices can open the door for the exploitation of the data about the person using that device – how old they are, what race they are, where are they located, what websites they visit etc. Often enough, that person is a child. But who would want a child’s data?

Companies that develop “smart” toys are the first example. In the past year, they’ve been in the spotlight for excessively collecting, storing and mis-handling minors’ data. Perhaps you still remember the notorious case of “My Friend Cayla”, the “smart” doll that was proved to record the conversations between it and children, and share them with advertisers. In fact, the doll was banned in Germany as an illegal “hidden espionage device”. However, the list of “smart” technologies collecting children data is long. Another example of a private company mistreating children’s data was the case of Google offering its school products to young American students and tracking them across their different (home) devices to train other Google products. A German DPA (Data Protection Authority) decided to ban Microsoft Office 365 from schools over privacy concerns.

Besides private companies, state authorities have an interest to record, store and use children’s online activity. For example, a Big Brother Watch 2018 report points that in the United Kingdom “Department for Education (DfE) demands a huge volume of data about individual children from state funded schools and nurseries, three times every year in the School Census, and other annual surveys.” Data collected by schools (child’s name, birth date, ethnicity, school performance, special educational needs and so on) is combined with social media profile or other data (e.g household data) bought from data brokers. Why linking all these records? Local authorities wish to focus more on training algorithms that predict children’s behaviour in order to identify “certain” children prone to gang affiliations or political radicalisation.

Consequences for a child’s future

Today’s children have the biggest digital footprint out of all humans in human history. Sometimes, the collection of a child’s data starts even before they are born, and this data will increasingly determine their future. What does this mean for kids’ development and their life choices?

The extensive data collection of today’s children aims at neutralising behavioural “errors” and optimising their performance. But mistakes are valuable during a child’s self-development – committing errors and learning lessons is an important complementary to receiving knowledge from adults. In fact, a recent psychology study shows that failure to provide an answer to a test is benefiting the learning process. Constantly using algorithms to optimise performance based on a child’s digital footprint will damage the child’s right to make and learn from mistakes.

https://invidio.us/watch?v=afYVNHDLTMc

#edri #kids #family #children #gafam #protection #privacy #collection #tracking
Your family is none of their business
 

Your family is none of their business



  • Today’s children have the most complex digital footprint in human history, with their data being collected by private companies and governments alike.
  • The consequences on a child’s future revolve around one’s freedom to learn from mistakes, the reputation damage caused by past mistakes, and the traumatic effects of discriminatory algorithms.
Summer is that time of the year when parents get to spend more time with their children. Often enough, this also means children get to spend more time with electronic devices, their own or their parents’. Taking a selfie with the little one, or keeping them busy with a Facebook game or a Youtube animations playlist – these are examples that make the digital footprint of today’s child the largest in human history.

Who wants your child’s data?

https://edri.org/your-family-is-none-of-their-business/

Mobile phones, tablets and other electronic devices can open the door for the exploitation of the data about the person using that device – how old they are, what race they are, where are they located, what websites they visit etc. Often enough, that person is a child. But who would want a child’s data?

Companies that develop “smart” toys are the first example. In the past year, they’ve been in the spotlight for excessively collecting, storing and mis-handling minors’ data. Perhaps you still remember the notorious case of “My Friend Cayla”, the “smart” doll that was proved to record the conversations between it and children, and share them with advertisers. In fact, the doll was banned in Germany as an illegal “hidden espionage device”. However, the list of “smart” technologies collecting children data is long. Another example of a private company mistreating children’s data was the case of Google offering its school products to young American students and tracking them across their different (home) devices to train other Google products. A German DPA (Data Protection Authority) decided to ban Microsoft Office 365 from schools over privacy concerns.

Besides private companies, state authorities have an interest to record, store and use children’s online activity. For example, a Big Brother Watch 2018 report points that in the United Kingdom “Department for Education (DfE) demands a huge volume of data about individual children from state funded schools and nurseries, three times every year in the School Census, and other annual surveys.” Data collected by schools (child’s name, birth date, ethnicity, school performance, special educational needs and so on) is combined with social media profile or other data (e.g household data) bought from data brokers. Why linking all these records? Local authorities wish to focus more on training algorithms that predict children’s behaviour in order to identify “certain” children prone to gang affiliations or political radicalisation.

Consequences for a child’s future

Today’s children have the biggest digital footprint out of all humans in human history. Sometimes, the collection of a child’s data starts even before they are born, and this data will increasingly determine their future. What does this mean for kids’ development and their life choices?

The extensive data collection of today’s children aims at neutralising behavioural “errors” and optimising their performance. But mistakes are valuable during a child’s self-development – committing errors and learning lessons is an important complementary to receiving knowledge from adults. In fact, a recent psychology study shows that failure to provide an answer to a test is benefiting the learning process. Constantly using algorithms to optimise performance based on a child’s digital footprint will damage the child’s right to make and learn from mistakes.

https://invidio.us/watch?v=afYVNHDLTMc

#edri #kids #family #children #gafam #protection #privacy #collection #tracking
Your family is none of their business
 

The Slackification of the American Home


Stretched for time, some households are starting to operate more like businesses.

https://www.theatlantic.com/family/archive/2019/07/families-slack-asana/593584/

I don't think it's something new. It's the same old offline calendars and to-do list as concept. It's now just online.

#work #life #family
 


https://www.bregjevanboxtel.com/familymatter

'A #family is a #system #consisting of people. Family members are constantly #connected to each other and #respond to each other with every shift in the system. The customs, traditions and traits (as well as ballast due to family #secrets, quarrels or similar events within a family) are passed on from #generation to generation. This happens without us always being aware of it.'

'Family Matter' Abschlußarbeit von #BregjevanBoxtel


am https://aki.artez.nl/nieuws/aki-finals-2019/
#aki #roombeek #Boxtel
AKI Finals 2019
 
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