If you want to join the TeleIRC project team this semester, please fill
out the WhenIsGood schedule poll by Friday, Sept. 6th:
**Remember to change your time zone if you are not in US/Eastern and
want to join remote!**
We are choosing a new day and time for our weekly team meeting. Want to
help out with a real-world open source project used by hundreds of
automation, and/or project management? This is the perfect chance to
join a new project and add some experience to your resume.
Learn more about the project here:
If you have any questions, feel free to ask preferably on Discourse. We
hope you consider joining us for our meetings this semester!
Justin W. Flory
Howdy FOSS Family!
I have another book out that looks at some darker aspects of the web and
how they manipulate us—Deepfakes, habit-forming features, interest
targeting, and more. They're topics that are especially relevant now, as
we're paying more attention to how the Internet affects our thinking while
we look towards the next U.S. elections.
If those are topics that interest you, you can get more details about the
book (e-book available in most online stores, and paperback from Amazon) at
https://book.thenaterhood.com/books/the-thought-trap. It's DRM-free (where
possible) and under a Creative Commons license.
If you're not so interested in the book but those are things that interest
you, there are some good resources from the ACLU, EFF, and ProPublica. If
you want to do some of your own reading, I'm happy to share my sources to
get you started too.
RIT Software Engineering '16