- The ethics of social networks: let’s start considering it – a post from 2010 (!!!) but still relevant today
- The ‘Future Book’ Is Here, but It’s Not What We Expected
- An Anti-Facebook Manifesto, by an Early Facebook Investor
- Noticing the model
- “Venture capital money kills more businesses than it helps,” says Basecamp CEO Jason Fried – Fried says tech startups are addicted to raising and spending money, and the VC funding cycle is to blame
- Thank You Google!! For Sharing my data
- To fix the web, give it back to the users – Letting people control the data they create and make informed decisions about privacy would shift the balance of power from platforms to people;
- The facts about Facebook – Zuckerberg wants to redefine “transparency, choice and control” — let’s not give him consent
- The Five Foundations of Intuitive Ethics
- My beautiful death – death walks with us, even when we don’t see it or indulge in things we love…
- How Facebook Figures Out Everyone You’ve Ever Met – it’s becoming annoying to read and spread articles like this, but still…
- Year in Review 2018: SSDs
- “The Linux of social media” — How LiveJournal pioneered (then lost) blogging
- The Google Pixel 3 Is A Very Good Phone. But Maybe Phones Have Gone Too Far.
- Round Table Recap: 7 Tips for Building Culture Across Remote Teams ~ remote works is on everybody’s mouth. In this article we see how much the company culture is the most important asset to have to make it a success;
- Instagram is a monster. ~ because even the most fashionable social hides some pitfalls!
- Your Apps Know Where You Were Last Night, and They’re Not Keeping It Secret
Two months later after the last post of this category, here we start again with my suggestions for an ‘informed sunday’…
- There May Soon Be Three Internets. America’s Won’t Necessarily Be the Best.
- 99.7 Percent of Unique FCC Comments Favored Net Neutrality – anyway they did not give a fuck…
- Two-Minute Meditations for Anytime, Anywhere – “Life is busy. Here’s a selection of quick meditations to work with emotional distress and foster mindfulness when time is scarce.”
- Why Great Products Do Only One Thing. And why one feature is better than two or three
One of the most pleasing aspects of having consciously stopped logging on Facebook and of educating myself to ‘kill time’ disposing the list of items in my Feed Reader is to have resumed to populate my notebook for the Linklog posts’ Category started (officially) in May 2015.
Also, while sometimes I was wondering to start a newsletter with that selection of links to read (and there are many tools that would help with that) I am now convinced that personally I don’t have nothing to earn, and my readers would not have anything different that subscribing (via RSS or email) to the specific category’s feed. So no newsletter from me.
So, in the end, all this means that this week-end my linklog column will restart!