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Monthly Archives: June 2022
Bias in Source Code Review Pushback impacts Asians and other groups at Google
You would think that tech rank and file positions in Silicon Valley (as opposed to upper and executive management) would be where Asians would experience less bias, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. Researchers at Google have found … Continue reading
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Ms Marvel Episode 3 Review: Destined (Minor Spoilers)
When I first the saw this official clip, I really wanted to see episode 3 of Ms. Marvel, Destined. It has nothing to do with superheroes, but that is part of the charm of the show. Here are some of … Continue reading
Posted in Entertainment, TV Tagged Destined, Iman Vellani, Kamala Khan, MCU, Ms. Marvel Leave a comment
Ms Marvel Episode 2 Review: Crushed (Minor Spoilers)
I watched the second episode of Ms. Marvel along with the Wife and Number Two Son, and I liked it even better than the first! The Wife and Number Two Son were initially skeptical whether they should watch it, but … Continue reading
Posted in Entertainment, History, TV Tagged Iman Vellani, Jersey City, Kamala Khan, MCU, Ms. Marvel Leave a comment
During the pandemic, my family picked up the habit of watching Marvel streaming TV series together, from Wandavision through Moon Knight. With Ms. Marvel, Number Two Son said that he wasn’t interested. The lead character of Ms. Marvel is a … Continue reading
“38 At the Garden” – A Community Conversation with Jeremy Lin
Ten years after Linsanity, Frank Chi has created 38 At the Garden. The title is a reference to NBA basketball player Jeremy Lin scoring 38 points against Kobe Bryant’s LA Lakers. The upcoming documentary, which will be premiering this June … Continue reading
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