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Sarah E Olson
iOS dev , . Diversity & inclusion advocate. Director of . Nerd. Writer. Artist. Ballroom dancer. Sleep-deprived mommy. Wife. Human.
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Sarah E Olson 2h
Haha, that’d be awesome! Maybe and I could do a cross-platform talk on Trello someday.
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N. K. Jemisin 12h
This whole thread.
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Shannon Watts 12h
If Doug Jones wins, media narrative needs to move from Black Americans’ lack of enthusiasm is losing elections to Black Americans’ turnout is winning elections - despite voter suppression, racism, and candidates that don’t cater to them.
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The Associated Press 12h
BREAKING: Democrat Doug Jones wins election as U.S. senator from Alabama. race call at 10:23 p.m. EST.
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diane alston 🎅🏽🎄 21h
Replying to @dianelyssa
Every Democratic male in Congress needs to stand up and stand behind Kirsten Gillibrand right now. She was just verbally harassed by the president in front of the whole world for doing something several men did before her. She deserves your support.
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David M. Perry 22h
It'd be nice if black people getting turned away from the polls got a tenth as much coverage as a child molester anti-semite racist showing up on horseback to vote for himself.
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MikeFarb 14h
Let's be clear. Rampant Voter Suppression in Alabama. Large amounts of Voters changed to Inactive. This is Election Hacking. This is before it even gets to the Machines. It is all Hacking. Changing the numbers. Done right in front of all of us. They have no fear
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Brandi Knows They've Always Been Lost. 14h
I just see numbers that show white people have lost their damn minds.
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Sarah E Olson 16h
I'm brainstorming new tech conference talk ideas. What should I talk about? What would you like to hear? (For iOS/mobile conferences)
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Mikel Jollett 16h
Replying to @Mikel_Jollett
This is a great thread by an active Alabama voter being run through all kinds of obstacles in order to practice her constitutionally guaranteed right to vote:
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Mikel Jollett 18h
In Alabama today, confirmed reports of: ▪️ACTIVE voters listed as INACTIVE ▪️Police intimidation at polls ▪️Long lines due to insufficient equipment ▪️Misleading ballots ▪️Texts telling people their polling location changed THESE ARE ALL FORMS OF VOTER SUPPRESSION.
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Sarah E Olson 18h
Replying to @duretti
We all need to band together to make happen
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Elijah E. Cummings 22h
.: I call on you to issue an apology to immediately, take down this tweet, halt your efforts to silence women who speak out, and stop degrading the Office of the Presidency.”
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Scott Dworkin 24h
Trump insinuating Senator Kirsten Gillibrand would perform sexual favors for campaign contributions is a form of verbal sexual assault. No one can condone this sort of talk from a public official, especially the president of the United States. He must resign for this. He must.
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MikeFarb Dec 11
If anybody does not think that these Elections are Hacked. The state Supreme Court just stayed today's ruling and is allowing the destruction of the Voting Records.
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Sarah Mei Dec 11
Yep. If you want a more diverse speaker base, you _must_ work on supporting folks with those complicating factors.
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Kevin M. Kruse Dec 11
In 1972, Richard Nixon was re-elected with a whopping 60% of the popular vote and a landslide 520-17 margin in the electoral college. Now THAT was a decisive victory, but even then, the president was still held accountable for his actions.
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Dave Swersky Dec 11
To wit: In 2014, I submitted a presentation to the largest DevOps conference in the US after about two weeks worth of research. It was accepted and kicked off my career focus on DevOps. The work you do to prepare talks will MAKE you an expert.
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Dana Cass Dec 11
i just passed a sign on university avenue that said "the future is here, it's just not evenly distributed" and wow is that one accurate synopsis of silicon valley down to the utter lack of self-awareness and stupid sans serif font
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Stephanie Hurlburt Dec 11
All I did was RT a blog post she wrote, and that blog post got Mae an invitation to give a talk about her work at Microsoft's campus-- all as a junior coder! 🎉 Don't forget the power of writing technical blog posts, friends. Go write them and prosper
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