What do you believe deserves applause?
What do you believe requires accountability?
How have you been learning from unpleasantness for good to triumph?
When accountability has been lacking, who should later be brought to account?
Is the writing of history mainly meant to be a re-examination of applause and accountability?
A spectacular view of one of the best preserved #Roman theaters in the world, the theater at Aspendos. Located in the ancient Graeco-Roman city of Antalya in the province of Turkey, it was built during the reign of the Emperor of #Rome, Marcus Aurelius (Photo:aspendostheatre) pic.twitter.com/LK7tgQ8YIt— John Trikeriotis (@spartanwarriors) March 10, 2018
The best thing about the @nytimes #Overlooked project? It's a powerful refutation of decades of misguided priorities about who matters. Here's a 2012 @MotherJones study on gender bias in obituaries https://t.co/Mxkuqwbw4n #InternationalWomenDay2018 pic.twitter.com/yksBSgRnKm— David Beard (@dabeard) March 8, 2018
166 years late, Ada Lovelace, recognized as the world's first computer programmer, gets her own @nytimes obituary https://t.co/p45kEDNmXq #overlooked #InternationalWomenDay2018 pic.twitter.com/fUGs7eXh5J— David Beard (@dabeard) March 8, 2018
Time to bring back horse drawn trams? They never broke down. #Adelaide #saparli #savotes pic.twitter.com/04l7QFOZO3— Michael Smyth (@MichaelSmyth_) March 9, 2018
Say what you will about today's breakdown, horse trams also left literal steaming piles of shit in the street every day.— Daniel Wills (@DanWillsTiser) March 9, 2018
Oh lol !!! Sitting next to high profile news limited journo at Brisbane airport (she doesn't know me) who is talking really loudly to her newsroom about a hot story & trying to break into someone's Facebook account— Brigid Delaney (@BrigidWD) March 8, 2018
90% of people get their science news from general media.— Lorna Berrett (@LBerrett) February 14, 2018
If you’re not talking to the media you’re not talking to the public #ScholarlySummit @lyndalscience @AusSMC pic.twitter.com/IxQD79K8qE
How much is teaching our kids to read worth to us?— The Cathy Wilcox (@cathywilcox1) February 1, 2018
My @smh @theage business toon. pic.twitter.com/OxmBJUD9z5
Reagan outspent the then USSR to force the end of the cold war, now the USA just outspends the rest of the world because, you know, ummm... pic.twitter.com/H7jAOCrUmj— Eccles9 (@Eccles9) February 1, 2018
The 1883 Krakatoa Explosion Made the Loudest Sound in History–So Loud It Traveled Around the World Four Times @openculture https://t.co/ytUYL9XPWr pic.twitter.com/gHFmXtZUlC— Laurie Schechter (@NYFashionBuddha) January 28, 2018
Enlightened leadership places science most suitably at its heart. Gaining an accurate perspective on any situation requires carefully noted observations on what is occurring. It is, therefore, necessary to look into the hearts of others, particularly ethereally, philosophically and psychologically, to discover whether those hearts are placed in the most suitable societal and geographical locations.
Who do you applaud, and why?
Who do you seek to make accountable, and how?