CRTC Wireless Code & Notice of Hearing — January 14, 2017

CRTC Wireless Code & Notice of Hearing

Your Consumer Rights for Mobile Phones: The Wireless Code of Conduct

CBC News, June 3,CRTC wireless code now applies to all customers: What you need to know
http://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/crtc-wireless-code-now-applies-to-all-customers-what-you-need-to-know-1.3091045

Canadian Press, July 28, 2016,  CRTC launches wireless code of conduct review, asks public for input
http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/crtc-wireless-code-review-1.3699206

Telecom Notice of Consultation CRTC2016-293-3
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2016/2016-293-3.htm
and Notice of Hearing: http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2016/2016-293.htm

Interventions: https://services.crtc.gc.ca/pub/ListeInterventionList/Default-Defaut.aspx?en=2016-293&dt=i&lang=e&S=C&PA=t&PT=nc&PST=a

Agenda for Feb 6:
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/telecom/eng/HEARINGS/2017/ag06_02.htm

Sarah Roberts on TVO — December 1, 2016
cost slides —
Hop to it! —
Content Moderators – The Labour Of… — November 30, 2016
Women & Word Processors —

Women & Word Processors

Computer Chips and Paper Clips: Technology and Women’s Employment, Volume II: Case Studies and Policy Perspectives, 1987.
http://www.nap.edu/openbook.php?isbn=0309037271&page=268

Janine Morgall. Typing Our Way to Freedom: Is It True that new Office Technology Can Liberate Women? Feminist Review (1981).
http://www.palgrave-journals.com/fr/journal/v9/n1/full/fr198122a.html 

Lorna Marsden. Office Automation: Where Will Change Really Occur? Canadian Woman Studies(Summer 1984).
http://pi.library.yorku.ca/ojs/index.php/cws/article/viewFile/13183/12303

9 to 5 – National Association of Working Women
http://www.9to5.org/about/mission 

 

Processed World —

Processed World

Processed World: Are You Doing the Processing…Or Are You Being Processed?
http://www.processedworld.com/

Processed World magazine was founded in 1981 by a small group of dissidents, mostly in their twenties, who were then working in San Francisco’s financial district. The magazine’s creators found themselves using their only marketable skill after years of university education: “handling information.” In spite of being employed in offices as “temps,” few really thought of themselves as “office workers.” More common was the hopeful assertion that they were photographers, writers, artists, dancers, historians or philosophers.

 

Beyond these creative ambitions, the choice to work “temp” was also a refusal to join the rush toward business/yuppie professionalism. Instead of 40-70 hour weeks at thankless corporate career climbing, they sought more free time to pursue their creative instincts. Nevertheless, day after day, they found themselves cramming into public transit en route to the ever-expanding Abusement Park of the financial district. Thus, from the start, the project’s expressed purpose was twofold: to serve as a contact point and forum for malcontent office workers (and wage-workers in general) and to provide a creative outlet for people whose talents were blocked by what they were doing for money.

 

The entire run of issues is online at Internet Archive
http://www.archive.org/details/processedworld05proc 

The iEconomy —

The iEconomy

Democracy Now
October 10, 2012
“As Millions Buy iPhone 5, Chinese Workers at Apple Plant Foxconn Protest Workplace Conditions”
http://www.democracynow.org/2012/10/10/as_millions_buy_iphone_5_chinese

February 10, 2012
Apple, Accustomed to Profits and Praise, Faces Outcry for Labor Practices at Chinese Factories
http://www.democracynow.org/2012/2/10/apple_accustomed_to_profits_and_praise

This American Life 460: Retraction, March 15, 2012
(re Mike Daisey’s story on FoxConn)
http://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/460/retraction

bell hooks on Lean In —

bell hooks on Lean In

Dig Deep: Beyond Lean In
bell hooks, feministwire, Oct 28, 2013

 

PP Nov 24 — November 24, 2016