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  1. 04-04-2014 to , , , by aldeka
  2. David Graeber thinks many jobs are bullshit. Entertaining reading that I'll try not to think hard about.
  3. My summary: There might be enough people with STEM degrees or training? Or that might be the wrong question. Hard to say!
    22-09-2013 to , , , , , by mako
  4. 06-10-2012 to , , , , by aldeka
  5. 01-05-2012 to by aldeka
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  7. 29-04-2012 to by aldeka
  8. I think David is wrong. Almost everyone I know who makes it a requirement of any job they seek that it will only include work on free software can do so. Those that want to work primarily on free software have very little trouble. Do you get a choice of all jobs? No. Are the jobs as interesting or as high paying? You can't count on it. You have to be very very good to work on free software only without compromising. But I think that might be asking a bit too much.
  9. 28-04-2012 to by aldeka
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  13. 22-04-2012 to by aldeka
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  19. The most productive young people will always be undervalued by large organizations, because the young have no performance to measure yet, and any error in guessing their ability will tend toward the mean.
    22-04-2012 to , , , by aldeka
  20. Want to work at the FSF as a sysadmin/programmer?
    02-08-2011 to , , by mako
  21. Seems that there's a new campaigns manager position at the FSF.
  22. I can't take this job at the moment, but maybe you can. It looks like fun!
  23. Come work for the FSF!
    10-06-2010 to , by mako
  24. Sounds like this is going to be a great column by the (great herself) Eszter Hargittai.
  25. I've always hired free and open source software developers. But I guess I'm probably difference.
  26. The award holder will carry out research on the history of the preservation of tattooed skin focusing on c. 300 dry-prepared specimens housed in the medical collections of the Science Museum London. These objects are for the most part French and date from 1850 - 1920. The research should investigate the material and formal aspects of the specimens and discuss them along comparable collections and within the framework of scholarly and scientific nineteenth-century debates on tattooing.
    16-05-2009 to , , by mako
  27. Awesome article about not following up on an academic career.
    16-05-2009 to , , by mako

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