The Cost of Internet Centralization

Good to see that, some people are starting to realize that giving too much control to places like Facebook or Medium is not good or maybe is not the best fit for everybody's interests. So, Signal v Noise is leaving Medium. Are we witnessing the start of a rebirth of decentralize writing and blogging ?... Continue Reading →

This Blog Isn’t Fake

Great and disturbing story "How Much of the Internet Is Fake? Turns Out, a Lot of It, Actually". Where does that leave us? I’m not sure the solution is to seek out some pre-Inversion authenticity — to red-pill ourselves back to “reality.” What’s gone from the internet, after all, isn’t “truth,” but trust: the sense... Continue Reading →

Being Repeatedly Deceived

You saw that video of a guy building a special package supposedly containing an brand new HomePod but in fact was containing a glitter bomb? He wanted to give a lesson for those stealing packages at house's doorstep. I thought it was cool to build this device and see the theft reactions when opening the... Continue Reading →

Tumblr Will Die

So Tumblr changed their community rules and will reject all new porn content. More than that, blogs with porn or sexually explicit content will become invisible except for the owner or simply deleted. Let's face it, this thing will soon die. Here is why. Their service never really evolved over the years. Their chat didn't... Continue Reading →

Get Your Numeric Footprint

As a numeric citizen, an Apple citizen I might say, there is a very simple way now to get your data from Apple. Follow this guide. Google offers the same. Now it is easier than ever to know what they know about us. Now, the next step will be to help people designate others that... Continue Reading →

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