(Recorded August 13, 2017) This Week: (1) the news roundup; (2) how do you solve a problem like North Korea? and (3) the Google memo.
This Week’s Links:
Given this week’s show, we thought you might find these interesting.
- Even the Most Precise Strike on North Korea Could Prompt Retaliation – The New York Times
- Trump Had a Lot to Say on Thursday. Here Are the Highlights. – The New York Times
- North Korea Says It Might Fire Missiles Into Waters Near Guam – The New York Times
- Trump Threatens ‘Fire and Fury’ Against North Korea if It Endangers U.S. – The New York Times
- In North Korea, ‘Surgical Strike’ Could Spin Into ‘Worst Kind of Fighting’ – The New York Times
- China warns North Korea tensions entering “critical phase” after new U.N. sanctions.
- Trump’s tough talk threatens U.S. backchannel with North Korea – POLITICO
- Ignore Our Crazy President, U.S. Tells North Korea
- Trump Hasn’t Appointed An Ambassador To Korea And Now It’s A Big Problem
The Google Memo
- Here Are the Citations for the Anti-Diversity Manifesto Circulating at Google – Motherboard
- Contentious Memo Strikes Nerve Inside Google and Out – The New York Times
- Google Cancels Employee Meeting Because of Harassment Fears – The New York Times
- Why Google was wrong to fire James Damore – Chicago Tribune
- Google CEO Sundar Pichai canceled an all-hands meeting about gender controversy due to employee worries of online harassment – Recode
- Why James Damore may win his legal case against Google – Business Insider
- How Silicon Valley’s Workplace Culture Produced James Damore’s Google Memo | The New Yorker
- Google May Lose to the ‘Manifesto’ Writer in Court. Here’s Why
- Google employee asked a surprising question during talk at Google UK – Business Insider
- Stifling Diversity to Protect Diversity
Image Credits: Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-il