De la puissance de Facebook au sentiment d’injustice fiscale : dans un long article, l’entrepreneur Clément Jeanneau liste neuf enseignements à retenir, à ses yeux, après deux mois de mobilisation des « gilets jaunes ».
I think the ten year challenge theory is popular because people want to believe that this state of addiction, of not being in control, has a source and a culprit. Someone is responsible for orchestrating it; someone, at least, has power and knows what is going on. There is a refuge in cynicism…
— À lire sur www.nzherald.co.nz/business/news/article.cfm
« young politicians’ nudes will surface sooner or later. Let’s get over them now. »
When you start thinking this way it opens up the wide possibilities for change. How would you design a school if you wanted to put relationship quality at the core? Come to think of it, how would you design a Congress?
— À lire sur www.nytimes.com/2019/01/17/opinion/learning-emotion-education.html
So what does Quebec want? It wants to be able to continue expressing its distinctive character—whether it be in the legislature, on the stage or on television.
— À lire sur quillette.com/2019/01/17/why-quebec-isnt-interested-in-anglo-lectures-about-cultural-appropriation/
“M.P.s are supposed to follow what their party leader says. Now, they are pulled by the way their constituents will have voted, and by their own beliefs.”
« we must all become savvier about the data we create and share, the access we grant to it, and the implications for its use. »