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Nicole Ickes
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People with coding abilities and friends. I need a censor app to mitigate my PTSD. A lot of other groups would love to have access to an app like this too, if only for the sheer fun to be had. Help?
I need a word censor Chrome app. Can someone make me one?
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Moving from tumblr. Here's a bunch of different accounts to follow.
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Muslims aren't the only group fond of terrorism. The difference between them and everyone else is that we think everyone else is justified in their terrorism, so obviously it doesn't count.

Dismantling Prejudice and Misconceptions http://www.patheos.com/blogs/lovejoyfeminism/2015/01/dismantling-prejudice-and-misconceptions.html
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We made some Google+ support communities, so that they'd be easily accessible on mobile and because G+ allows multiple sign-in for use with pseudonyms. One is for having experienced sexual violence; one for depression, suicide, and self-harm; the last for abuse. Posts are private--like a closed FB group--but anyone can request to join.

https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/102122720255335820752
https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/112622241573197686390
https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/108002138695753347845
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Hobby. For better hilarity, randomly send to your friends without having ever made any plans. 
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Three minute thesis: present your research in three minutes to a non specialist audience. Perhaps we should have politicians do this for each of their political stances during debates. 
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My college wouldn't let me take my dog to class after they gave me PTSD from screwing up my Title IX case. Instead of investing in an education, I ended up paying them to ruin my life.
Surviving rape itself is bad enough. We don't talk about surviving the damage people do to you afterwards. Carnegie Mellon "mishandled" Title IX so badly that I'm disabled and need a service dog fo...
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Social media is fun. 
Want to participate in ending campus violence without dragging your bedroom with you? Simple. Declare your school infested.
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The country's maturity level hovers just under "he who smelt it dealt it". 
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Stephen Hawkins's sophisticated computer translates tiny facial movements into speech. This device converts breath into Morse code to do the same at a fraction of the cost. People with speech issues will be able to communicate without needing to be rich. 
A high school student from India has invented a device that can convert a person’s breath into speech.
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Why would this be considered impossible? We already do this with literature and with audio. Medical science had a type of this with diagnosis machines. It's just a matter of figuring out how to apply those concepts visually, and that's what was achieved here. "Hard" and "not possible yet" are far from "impossible". 
Artificial intelligence reveals previously unrecognised influences between great artists
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Despite the national echo chamber, the rest of the world sees exactly what's going on in Ferguson. 
As the turmoil in Ferguson, Missouri, unfolds, questions about the United States’ commitment to human rights are once more headlining news coverage around the world. The uncomfortable international spotlight on such domestic problems should not be surprising.
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    Decision and Behavior Studies, 2010 - 2014