Unexamined Privilege and Facebook’s “Your Year in Review” →

December 31, 2014 |

Jeffrey Zeldman:

But when you put together teams of largely homogenous people of the same class and background, and pay them a lot of money, and when most of those people are under 30, it stands to reason that when someone in the room says, “Let’s do ‘your year in review, and front-load it with visuals,’” most folks in the room will imagine photos of skiing trips, parties, and awards shows—not photos of dead spouses, parents, and children.

Via Ben Brooks.