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Kevin Wammer

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    Kevin Wammer But it still seems as if Twitter doesn't really care about this fact. All they want us to do is to connect with brands. BRAAAAANDS!

    December 1, 2012
Recited from Marcel Wichmann
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    Kevin Wammer Bewertungen, Benotungen, Reivew-Scores... Alles kaputt!

    November 23, 2012
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    Kevin Wammer This is a different kind of story. It's not about success. It is about failure.

    November 21, 2012
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    Kevin Wammer Build a business, not a startup

    October 24, 2012
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    Kevin Wammer Qualitätsjournalismus Bild. Den Sieg der eigenen Nationalmannschaft gefährden, nur um der "Erste" zu sein!

    June 24, 2012
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    Kevin Wammer Studien zeigen, dass Menschen die 2 Sprachen beherrschen durchschnittlich "intelligenter" sind. Was ist wenn man 5 Sprachen fließend beherrscht?

    March 21, 2012
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    Kevin Wammer Und soll mal einer sagen mit dem Internet verdient man kein Geld!

    January 24, 2012
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    Kevin Wammer Das Team hinter hat sich dazu entschieden, bei ihrem nächsten Update die Kommentarfunktion abzuschalten. Gut gemacht!

    January 5, 2012
  1. Daniel Rottschalk

    Daniel Rottschalk Then again, we're actually not born with speech. Yet language is hard-coded into our brains. Imagine 20 babies that survive a shipwreck to miraculously grow into adulthood on a deserted island. This survivor society will most likely use its own language for communication.

    What now if that same society chanced upon outsiders for the very first time? Further suppose that the newcomers brandished in-concealable traits (e.g. skin or hair color) that gave away their outsider status. What would the invisible field scientist observe?

    My take is that racism may not be in-born, but stereotyping is. We cannot "fight" racism (or drug-abuse, or terrorism, or obesity) by distilling complex scenarios and relationships into over-simplified boxes of received wisdom.

    We can, however, choose (more)to foster positive alternatives (tolerance, curiosity, life-long learning, mindfulness) within our own circle of influence (starting with ourselves, our families, the community we are part of and, ultimately, society at large).

    January 13, 2012
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    Daniel Rottschalk Francis Collins as quoted in The Economist: »The downside of using race is that we are reifying it as if it has more biological significance than it deserves. Race is an imperfect surrogate for the causative information we seek. To the extent that we continue to use it, we are suggesting to the rest of the world that it is very reliable and that racial categories have more biological meaning than they do. We may even appear to suggest something that I know is not true: that there are bright lines between populations and that races are biologically distinct.« (

    January 14, 2012
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    Kevin Wammer Selbst nach mehreren Jahren iOS war ich mir nicht 100 prozentig sicher, wie der Multitasking Tray funktioniert. Jetzt schon!

    January 2, 2012
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    Kevin Wammer Tyler Nichols erzählt, weshalb er nichts mehr kostenlos anbieten wird.

    January 2, 2012
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