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Revealing MESconduct (pt2 of 3): Broken Staircases Pool

TLDRUPFront: In our ongoing series Revealing MESconduct we review the Broken Staircases Pool. This pool describes the warning signs, challenges, and lessons learned from investigations on reported  Weaponizing misconduct that volunteer organizations may face. In the Broken Staircases Pool are 83 investigated offenses across two alleged perpetrators.

Revealing MESconduct (pt2 of 3): Violent Actors Pool

TLDRUPFront: In our ongoing series Revealing MESconduct we review the Violent Actors Pool. This pool describes the warning signs, challenges, and lessons learned from investigations on reported  Weaponizing misconduct that volunteer organizations may face. In the Creaky Stair Pool are 21 investigated offenses across four alleged perpetrators.

Revealing MESconduct (pt2 of 3): Broken Stairs Pool

TLDRUPFront: In our ongoing series Revealing MESconduct we review the Broken Stairs Pool. This pool describes the warning signs, challenges, and lessons learned from investigations on reported  Weaponizing misconduct that volunteer organizations may face. In the Broken Stairs Pool are 10 investigated offenses across six alleged perpetrators.

Revealing MESconduct (pt2 of 3): Creaky Stairs Pool

TLDRUPFront: In our ongoing series Revealing MESconduct we review the Creaky Stair Pool. This pool describes the warning signs, challenges, and lessons learned from investigations on reported  Weaponizing misconduct that volunteer organizations may face. In the Creaky Stair Pool are 12 investigated offenses across two alleged perpetrators.

Revealing MESconduct (pt2 of 3): Weaponizers Pool

TLDRUPFront: In our ongoing series Revealing MESconduct we review the Weaponizer Pool. This pool describes the warning signs, challenges, and lessons learned from investigations on reported  Weaponizing misconduct that volunteer organizations may face. In the Weaponizer Pool are 34 investigated offenses across five alleged perpetrators.

InfoMullet: Et tu, Covid?

TLDRUpFront: President Trump's transfer to Walter Reed Hospital with COVID19 after multiple possible super-spreader events threaten his campaign's continuity, puts the timeline for a SCOTUS nomination at risk and has created a national security risk. With nearly 45 individuals testing positive or self-isolating, including the entire Joint Chiefs of Staff, due to exposure and more

Revealing MESconduct (pt1 of 3): Balancing survivor privacy, community education, and community safety concerns.

TLDR UPFront: Part 1 of a 3-part series on revealing serious misconduct in volunteer-run organizations within the gaming community. Part 1 focuses on the tension between survivor privacy, community education, and community safety in handling sensitive information and our methods.

InfoMullet: Principles of Unrestricted Warfare

TLDRUpFront: As China continues to exert pressure on multiple fronts its important to understand a tenet of their strategic doctrine. "Unrestricted Warfare" advances a state-actor strategy of asymmetric conflict based on the principle of additive complexity that seeks to cause a seizure of complex systems. The strategy seeks to bridge combat power disparity between two

MulletApps: COVID19 Stats

TLDRUpFront: Redesigned applications for COVID19 Stats including Cases, Death Rates, Rate of Change in Cases, Hospitalization Rates, Remaining Hospital Beds, and Remaining ICU Beds by State. For Countries we track Cases, Death Rates, and Rate of Changes in Cases. Also custom comparison charts between States or Countries that can be downloaded as images or data

InfoMullet: Was it Sam Adams or Black Lives Matter?

TLDRUpFront: During protests, riots, or other actions amateur-historians contrast “these” actions to “those” actions of our Founding Fathers leading to the American Revolution. This InfoMullet quiz challenges our understanding that pre-Revolutionary agitators were any less radical than their modern equivalents. If he were alive today, Sam Adams might share more common cause with Black Live