— Tinker Ready (@tinkerrr) September 28, 2018
A good place for writer
All fall lectures will be held on Wednesday evenings in Armenise Auditorium at Harvard Medical School from 7 to 9:00 p.m. Please see the “directions” link … for instructions on how to access Armenise Auditorium (in Goldenson Hall) and the lecture hall, located at 200 Longwood Ave in Boston.
This semester’s series will feature eight lectures:
September 26 – Extremophiles: Life on the Edge of our Planet
October 3 – The Past and Future of Viral Outbreaks
October 10 – Altered State of Mind: How Psychedelics Modify the
Brain, Behavior, and Perception
October 17 – A Star Trek: A Voyage to Discover Sources of Cosmic Signals in Our Universe
October 24 – Designing AI-Enabled Technology for Society
November 7 – Fighting Back Against Climate Change: Altering Earth’s Atmosphere
November 14 – Brains and Bodies: How to Make Smart Robots
November 28 – Sex, Science, and the State: The Role of Science in Sexual Reproductive Health and Policymaking
In Cambodia, where I worked in the 1990s, journalists are struggling. The Cambodia Daily, where I worked, was shut down last year under pressure from the government. The country’s strongman prime minister has adopted the term “fake news.
The Cambodian government is extending its crackdown on “fake news”, just weeks before the increasingly authoritarian government of prime minister Hun Sen heads to the polls.
A new directive aimed at fake news posted on websites and social media platforms could see violators jailed for two years and fined US$1,000, according to a report in the Khmer Times.
See today’s editorial blast defending free press in the US, where hostility toward journalists is becoming more common. Sometimes, it turns deadly.
According to research from the Committee to Protect Journalists, in 2018:
According to the U.S. Press Freedom Tracker:
An international delegation of global press freedom groups led by CPJ in January found that journalists face a range of threats including physical and verbal harassment, and that press freedom in Missouri and surrounding states has worsened in recent years.
Not really. It is sponsored by the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, named for donor Theodor Geisel, aka Dr.Seuss.
Please, someone, give me an assignment to cover this.