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Monthly Archives: May 2022

Language matters when Googling controversial people

Via LLRX – Language matters when Googling controversial people – Ahmed Al-Rawi, Assistant Professor, News, Social Media, and Public Communication, Simon Fraser University – identifies and explains how features of search engine autocomplete functions enables users to find fast answers to their questions or queries. However, autocomplete search functions are based on ambiguous algorithms that… Continue Reading

The Practice of People Law

Via LLRX – The Practice of People Law – Jim Calloway is the Director of the Oklahoma Bar Association’s Management Assistance Program. He informs us about the range of legal services delivered by what have been designated as “primary-care lawyers.” From Calloway’s perspective, there is people law, and there is business/corporate law. Over the years,… Continue Reading

How to Talk to Kids About School Shootings

Via Axios – “Several school districtsdirected parents and educators to in-depth resources from organizations that specialize in trauma response: How to talk to kids in the aftermath — individualized by age (Common Sense Media). What to emphasize when talking to kids (National Association of School Psychologists). Common reactions in kids and what to do about… Continue Reading

2022 Fortune 500 List

“This is the 68th edition of our annual ranking of America’s largest companies, and it was a blowout year for the companies featured—despite rising inflation, the ongoing supply chain crisis, and the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic. Together, the 500 corporations on this year’s list generated a record $16.1 trillion in revenue and $1.8… Continue Reading