Notes From An Emergency

And please regulate, regulate, regulate this industry, while you can.
Maciej Cegłowski

Nicola D’Agostino linked to me to the text version of Maciej Ceglowski talk given on May 10, 2017, at the re:publica conference in Berlin.

Worth every second the time you’ll need to read this … especially if, like me, you live in Europe, and then share it everywhere you can!

Why we need net neutrality

Vimeo has realized this video and a long blog post on this sensitive topic

Join the fight for a free, open, weirdo internet: battleforthenet.com
The FCC is planning to repeal the strong net neutrality rules that we fought so hard to get in 2015. Why do we care? Vimeo is the home to so many makers, watchers, and all-around internet video lovers. Net neutrality makes sure there is room for creativity and equal access for any internet user. File comments with the FCC and spread the word to keep our internet free, open, and wondrously creative. #netneutrality

How to give feedback

I was wandering over SpeakerDeck, trying to see how it behaves in comparison with SlideShare and I found this little gem.
Charles-Axel Dein explains how to properly give feedback to developers / someone who offers you a service and how to ‘gain more’ from this interaction… avoiding offense, conflicts and unhappiness.

Recognition, Repentance, Respect, and Reparation

Thanks for sharing Luca!

Luca Sartoni

I want to see the change that most women in tech long for. At its core, the tech industry is idealistic and dreamy, imagining innovations that could change the world. Yet, when it comes to self-reflexivity, tech is just as regressive as many other male-dominated sectors.

A great article by Danah Boyd on how the tech industry can change its culture.

View original post