Someday ImageMagick will finally break for good and we'll have a long period of scrambling as we try to reassemble civilization from the rubble.
- Tech Companies Are Profiling Us From Before Birth — la medaglia ha sempre due lati…
- Your most impactful Web Vital — “Google is about to begin using Core Web Vitals as a ranking factor. So here’s a friendly reminder for everyone that network payload a.k.a. page weight a.k.a. page size is the most impactful metric on your Lighthouse report – even if it’s not deemed a Core Web Vital by Google.”
- How To Stop Instagram From Tracking Everything You Do — a Wired article on how the Facebook-owned app doesn’t give users complete control, but shows ways to limit the data it collects and the types of ads you see;
- How Apple Is Organized for Innovation — an Harvard Business Review article;
- 2020, the year in pictures — a curated 2020 photo gallery by New York Times;
- Vodka, out of thin air — this was like magic. Amazing…
- Another way social media is bad — TenFourFox developers on another ‘bad side’ of social media spreading all around;
there is a social upside to sharing the product of one’s labors. Doing so sparks conversations, which may lead to the productive exchange of ideas. This is how we collectively improve. Sadly, society has become less social. In our post-social world, we don’t converse as much as we scream past each other. Social media is nothing but a war for attention. Our media rewards — and is driven by — outrage and the cheap clicks it generates.Om Malik
Personally, I’m happy to pay an extra 4.3 percent for my fast food burger if it means the person making it for me can afford to feed their own family. If you aren’t willing to fork over an extra 17 cents for a Big Mac, you’re a fundamentally different person than I am.Kayla Chadwick
- Windows turns 35: a visual history – From Windows 1.0 to Windows 10
- For the first time, The New York Time’s digital subscription generates more revenue than its print ones – time was needed, but we’re coming closer to the death of printed daily magazines…
- Steve Jobs’s last gambit: Apple’s M1 Chip
- Strumenti “pro”, ma costi light? Come gestire il futuro dei fotografi – Italian photographer Luca Pianigiani writes about the new "pro" tools availability in the world of Apple Silicon. I do hope an on-line translator will get you a decent translation of this article!