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Mark Dunlop
Usability and text entry researcher, computer science lecturer, husband, father, miniature schnauzer owner, and very amateur triathlete.
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SICSA Scotland Dec 4
Share your experience for conducting socially distant in this exciting workshop organised by HCI research theme on 14 January . Find out more and how to sign up here:
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Data Science Fact Dec 1
'The best way to secure data is never to collect it in the first place. Data that is collected is likely to leak.' -- Cory Doctorow
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Programming Wisdom Dec 1
"Sometimes it's better to leave something alone, to pause, and that's very true of programming." - Joyce Wheeler
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Brian Cox Dec 1
Shows why Gove is so effective. He didn’t actually say nothing would change for U.K. citizens who want to retire or work in Europe, although it sounded as if he did. He said if you’re ‘legally and ordinarily resident’; that’s now much more difficult to achieve. Clever phrasing.
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Bella Caledonia Nov 30
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Exhausted PhD Nov 26
What presenting on Zoom feels like 😭
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Mark Dunlop Nov 26
Rather lovely ice pattern on the "office" window this morning.
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Mark Dunlop Nov 25
Replying to @aquigley
Ouch. Hope it improves quickly
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Brian Cox Nov 24
I honestly cannot understand why anyone would consider putting a customs border between the U.K. and the EU, both across the channel and with Ireland. I don’t see how it will ever work, and I don’t see how anyone could have imagined it would ever work.
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Keir Starmer Nov 24
Our key workers have been on the frontline against coronavirus. We can't let the Conservatives freeze their pay.
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cluedont Nov 21
'If you don't not wish to not receive any further communications, please don't untick the pre-ticked tick box that says 'Yes, I wouldn't.'
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mike_crabb Nov 21
If at first you don't succeed, CHI and CHI again.
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Mark Dunlop Nov 21
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Mark Dunlop Nov 19
I cycled to work at home until work got too busy ☹️ - will restart even if it means loops to not leave my council area !
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Mark Dunlop Nov 17
Hearing rumours of mass bailout from student accommodation in advance of legal enforcement of own council travel. Individually very understandable but collectively counterproductive.
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Harold Thimbleby Nov 16
How does the UK let him get away with this when he was voted in on HAVING a ready deal? He lied for power! — Brexit: PM confident UK 'will prosper' without EU trade deal - BBC News
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Kimberly Prather, Ph.D. Nov 10
Someone just asked me. If there is one message to deliver worldwide to slow this pandemic what would it be? My response (w/out hesitation). Wear a mask when indoors with people outside of your bubble. There is no safe social distance indoors. With family, open windows.
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Mark Dunlop Nov 10
Replying to @Dr2NisreenAlwan
The Intouchables (or Untouchable in UK, not The Untouchables which isn't bad but not my favourite)
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Jake James #FBPE #NotMyPM #RejoinEU Nov 9
Replying to @pritipatel
No, you're taking away the rights of 68 million UK citizens to live, work, study, love and retire in 27 EU countries. You've shattered the dreams of thousands of young people and the elderly. Shameful behaviour. But we will overturn your edict inspired by the American people.
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Brian Cox Nov 9
I'll never understand why these people celebrate removing their own right to free movement. Everyone else in Europe still has an entire continent to call home.
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