Shared Links (weekly) October 24, 2021

Shared Links (weekly) October 24, 2021

What I’m Sharing (weekly) Aug 9, 2020
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What I’m Sharing (weekly) Aug 9, 2020

More Than Half Of Employees Are Afraid To Discuss Their Mental Health With Their Boss, New Data Shows Scientists rename human genes to stop Microsoft Excel from misreading them as dates This seems ridiculous, and yet oh so believable. LastPass Checks Dark Web Passwords – You should use a password manager anyway, but this is…

What I’m Sharing (weekly)

What I’m Sharing (weekly)

Workers Are Afraid to Take a Mental Health Day How to Leverage Analytics to Your Advantage: Near Duplicate How Introverted People Can Excel in An Extroverted World HOW ILTACON19 WAS LIKE NEW ORLEANS Utah Supreme Court Votes to Approve Pilot Allowing Non-Traditional Legal Services Why Aren’t CEOs Asking These Five Questions on Data Security? How…

Learn to Code, Unless You’re in Prison
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Learn to Code, Unless You’re in Prison

Apparently, while we are busy telling anyone and everyone who’s job is at risk due to technology to “learn to code”, if you’re in prison in certain states looking to make a better life for yourself after you get out, too bad: According to public records obtained by the Salem Reporter, the Oregon Department of Corrections has banned…

Linked – The First Rule of Microsoft Excel—Don’t Tell Anyone You’re Good at It
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Linked – The First Rule of Microsoft Excel—Don’t Tell Anyone You’re Good at It

Are you great with Excel? Do you feel this way about it? “If someone tells you that they ‘just have a few Excel sheets’ that they want help with, run the other way,” tweeted 32-year-old statistician Andrew Althouse. “Also, you may want to give them a fake phone number, possibly a fake name. It may…