So if you want an Internet — which means, in many ways, a world — that isn’t controlled by Google, you must stop using Chrome now and encourage others to do the same. If you don’t, and Google wins, then in years to come you’ll wish you had a choice and have only yourself to blame for spurning it now.
Of course, Firefox is the best alternative🙂. We have a good browser, and lots of dedicated and brilliant people improving it. Unlike Apple and Microsoft, Mozilla is totally committed to the standards-based Web platform as a long-term strategy against lock-in. And one thing I can say for certain is that of all the contenders, Mozilla is least likely to establish world domination🙂.
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- Why Would Anyone Invest in Twitter Now? – two months ago that was the sentiment on Twitter, today rumors says Google will try to acquire them;
“When you wake up, you have this gift of a blank brain. You could fill it with anything. But for most of us, we have this kind of panic. Instead of wondering what should I do, we wonder what did I miss. It’s almost like our unconsciousness is a kind of failure and we can’t believe we’ve been offline for eight hours,” says Michael Harris. It is habits like this that are insidious, not the internet itself. It is a personal thing.
A nice article on Quartz
A couple of months ago my pal Franz blogged about his experience during the Vienna’ WordCamp on the aftermath of having metabolized a – great! – TED Talk by Taiye Selasi.
For me this was a little gem to discover, especially appreciated in this rainy day …