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Self-care isn’t enough. We need community care to thrive.

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If you’ve spent any time on planet Earth in the past five years, chances are that someone has recommended that you “Take some time for self-care.” Maybe a friend has encouraged you to enjoy a “Treat yo’ self” kind of day. Maybe they’ve told you to make yourself a bubble bath or get a gel manicure or download a self-care app that can teach you how to breathe better.

At the heart of all this advice is the same operational principle: If you want to feel better, you need to do the labor…

Self-care isn’t enough. We need community care to thrive.

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If you’ve spent any time on planet Earth in the past five years, chances are that someone has recommended that you “Take some time for self-care.” Maybe a friend has encouraged you to enjoy a “Treat yo’ self” kind of day. Maybe they’ve told you to make yourself a bubble bath or get a gel manicure or download a self-care app that can teach you how to breathe better.

At the heart of all this advice is the same operational principle: If you want to feel better, you need to do the labor…

Self-care isn’t enough. We need community care to thrive.

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If you’ve spent any time on planet Earth in the past five years, chances are that someone has recommended that you “Take some time for self-care.” Maybe a friend has encouraged you to enjoy a “Treat yo’ self” kind of day. Maybe they’ve told you to make yourself a bubble bath or get a gel manicure or download a self-care app that can teach you how to breathe better.

At the heart of all this advice is the same operational principle: If you want to feel better, you need to do the labor…

Slack patches Windows app bug that could’ve been used for spying

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A security researcher has uncovered a flaw in Slack that could’ve been exploited to steal files over the business messaging app and potentially spread malware.

The flaw involves Slack’s Windows desktop app, and how it can automatically send downloaded files to a certain destination—whether it be on your PC or to an online storage server. You can set a download location in the app’s preferences section. However, David Wells, a researcher at the security firm Tenable, noticed there’s another…

Slack patches Windows app bug that could’ve been used for spying

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A security researcher has uncovered a flaw in Slack that could’ve been exploited to steal files over the business messaging app and potentially spread malware.

The flaw involves Slack’s Windows desktop app, and how it can automatically send downloaded files to a certain destination—whether it be on your PC or to an online storage server. You can set a download location in the app’s preferences section. However, David Wells, a researcher at the security firm Tenable, noticed there’s another…

Slack patches Windows app bug that could’ve been used for spying

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A security researcher has uncovered a flaw in Slack that could’ve been exploited to steal files over the business messaging app and potentially spread malware.

The flaw involves Slack’s Windows desktop app, and how it can automatically send downloaded files to a certain destination—whether it be on your PC or to an online storage server. You can set a download location in the app’s preferences section. However, David Wells, a researcher at the security firm Tenable, noticed there’s another…

Snow in Chicago this close to May is unusual, but we’re getting numb to abnormal weather

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Yes, it is snowing in Chicago and other parts of the Midwest.

Yes, it is April 27 — a mere four days until May.

Yes, people are heading to Twitter and social media to freak out. 

And finally, yes, we’ll forget our shock as soon as the next extreme weather event happens. 

That’s what a study from earlier in 2019 conducted by the UC Davis environmental science and policy researcher Frances Moore found after examining 2 billion tweets over a two-and-half year period. It found that we tweet…

Snow in Chicago this close to May is unusual, but we’re getting numb to abnormal weather

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Yes, it is snowing in Chicago and other parts of the Midwest.

Yes, it is April 27 — a mere four days until May.

Yes, people are heading to Twitter and social media to freak out. 

And finally, yes, we’ll forget our shock as soon as the next extreme weather event happens. 

That’s what a study from earlier in 2019 conducted by the UC Davis environmental science and policy researcher Frances Moore found after examining 2 billion tweets over a two-and-half year period. It found that we tweet…

Snow in Chicago this close to May is unusual, but we’re getting numb to abnormal weather

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Yes, it is snowing in Chicago and other parts of the Midwest.

Yes, it is April 27 — a mere four days until May.

Yes, people are heading to Twitter and social media to freak out. 

And finally, yes, we’ll forget our shock as soon as the next extreme weather event happens. 

That’s what a study from earlier in 2019 conducted by the UC Davis environmental science and policy researcher Frances Moore found after examining 2 billion tweets over a two-and-half year period. It found that we tweet…

Snow in Chicago this close to May is unusual, but we’re getting numb to abnormal weather

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Yes, it is snowing in Chicago and other parts of the Midwest.

Yes, it is April 27 — a mere four days until May.

Yes, people are heading to Twitter and social media to freak out. 

And finally, yes, we’ll forget our shock as soon as the next extreme weather event happens. 

That’s what a study from earlier in 2019 conducted by the UC Davis environmental science and policy researcher Frances Moore found after examining 2 billion tweets over a two-and-half year period. It found that we tweet…