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79 blogs about Computers, internet, tech.

  1. #algopop
    Studying the appearance of algorithms in popular culture and everyday life. By Matthew Plummer-Fernández. 🇬🇧 More info

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  2. anderegg.ca
    Something (slightly) less boring than nothing. By Gavin Anderegg. 🇨🇦 More info

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    It’s Never a Bad Time To Remember Katamari Damacy
    I’m a bit behind on news this week, but when catching up I saw this article from Polygon about the Katamari Damacy soundtrack hitting streaming. This lead me down a weird rabbit hole. First off, …
    By Gavin Anderegg, 343 words
  3. Annoying Technology
    Curates the daily annoyances in the technologies surrounding us. 🇩🇪 More info

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    Manuel was annoyed
    For some reason, most of my (ca. 12.000) songs were deleted from my iPhone – not the related meta data, though: Everything was still showing up, but the songs without album art in those screenshots …
    By Manuel, 195 words
  4. asadrahman.io
    Asad's online home. By Asad Rahman. 🇬🇧 More info

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    On AI and community owned data
    On AI and community owned data TL; DR – Imagine a world where communities nurture, own, govern and sell access to their data. Community owned data could give us a better, more vibrant AI ecosystem …
    By asadqct, 1,762 words
  5. ASCII by Jason Scott
    Jason Scott's Weblog. 🇺🇸 More info

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    I Continue To No Longer Attend Vintage Computer Festivals
    As should be expected, a number of individuals have come forward with responses to the initial blog post. While I do not expect everyone to take even a passing interest in the rabbit-hole of the …
    By Jason Scott, 518 words
  6. as days pass by
    scratched tallies on the prison wall. By Stuart Langridge. 🇬🇧 More info

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    The Matrix has you, part 2
    I’ve recently switched back from vscode to Sublime Text, which means that after all the time I spent training my fingers to type “code somefile.txt” instead of “subl somefile.txt” I now need to undo all …
    By sil, 366 words
  7. The Autodidacts
    Exploring the universe from the inside out. By Curiositry, Adam, Immanuel. 🇨🇦 More info

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    The Grug Brained Writer
    [ Inspired by the strangely-hilarious meme-essay The Grug Brained Developer ] grug brained writer write million million words and sell about two. grug scratch head to figure why two words become shiny rocks and not …
    By Curiositry, 1,824 words
  8. Benedict Evans — Essays
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    The problem of AI ethics
    In the late 1990s, the UK Post Office deployed a new point-of-sale computer system, built for it by Fujitsu. Almost immediately, post-masters, who are self-employed and generally small independent retailers, started reporting that it was …
    By Benedict Evans, 979 words
  9. Blogccasion
    The personal blog of Thomas Steiner. 🇩🇪 More info

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    So, what exactly did Apple break in the EU?
    Disclaimer, just in case… 🔗 I work for Google on the Chrome Developer Relations team. But for this post, I want to make it super duper clear that I'm speaking not on behalf of my …
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  10. Blood Knife - Editorial Archives
    A digital magazine about cyberpunk, sci-fi, horror, neon, knives, blood, and capitalism. More info

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    REVIEW: Foe (2023)
    Tense, emotional climate science-fiction that doesn’t quite come together by Kevin Fox, Jr. This piece was written during the 2023 SAG-AFTRA strike. Without the labor of the actors currently on strike, the film being covered …
    By Kevin Fox, Jr., 1,178 words
  11. booktwo.org | James Bridle
    The blog of James Bridle: art, literature, and the network, since 2006. 🇬🇷 More info

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    AI Chair 1.1: Llamafiles and Mistral
    Following my experiments with the ChatGPT-assisted AI Chair 1.0, I’ve been continuing experiments with a range of other LLMs. The below image is Chair 1.1, designed with the assistance of Mistral AI. Before embarking on …
    By James Bridle, 1,565 words
  12. Building Slack
    Stories of building Slack — the company, the product, the business, and the culture — told by two employees who were around for the entire journey. By Ali Rayl, Johnny Rodgers. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Preparing for launch
    It was the fall of 2013.Barack Obama was President.Game of Thrones had finished its third season. The red wedding shocked us all.WeWork was worth $440M, and Uber surpassed unicorn status with an eye-popping $3.7B valuation.MoviePass …
    By Johnny Rodgers, 2,148 words
  13. cadence's weblog (personal blog)
    A grab bag of stories, computers, photos, mind, and all the other thoughts that won't let me go. By Cadence Ember. 🇳🇿 More info

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    Reviewing the levels in Enigma I
    Introduction to everythingPlease note that I really do like Enigma, and I have mad respect for everybody who designed its levels, since the levels are an essential part of the game. As you read, please …
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  14. Caffeinspiration
    Writing about tech, our minds, and how things work. By Alex Ellis. 🇺🇸 More info

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    All of the writing I did in a week as a software engineer
    The other day, I was thinking about less-obvious skills that I find helpful for working as a software engineer. Some skills are obvious, like understanding technical topics, learning new things, and thinking like a computer, …
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  15. Cal Bryant
    An attempt to document my projects. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Better PC cooling with Python and Grafana
    I recently upgraded from a Ryzen 3700X to a 5950X. Double the cores, and nearly double the potential heat output. I didn’t upgrade my cooling solution, a 240mm Kraken X53 AIO liquid cooler.
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  16. Cennydd Bowles · Writing
    Cennydd Bowles is a designer and tech ethicist. He is a principal technology adviser at the ICO, author of Future Ethics, and a visiting lecturer at the RCA and Manchester Met. 🇬🇧 More info

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    La Ética del Futuro
    Estoy encantado de anunciar que hoy sale a la venta La Ética del Futuro, la traducción al español de mi libro Future Ethics.Desde que publiqué el libro hace unos años, muchas personas me han dicho …
    By Cennydd Bowles, 520 words
  17. Chris Coyier
    Web craftsman, blogger, author, speaker. 🇺🇸 More info

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    I’ve heard the new cooperative version of Scrabble made fun of a few times. These pansy youths just wanna hold hands, drink warm milk, and avoid any conflict. Whatever. Nobody is threatening the value of …
    By Chris Coyier, 84 words
  18. Christopher Butler
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    Periodical 18 – A Personal Web
    I am building a personal web. My name is Chris and I am a data hoarder personal archivist. Current status of my “_archive” volume: 741,637,054,464 bytes (741.64 GB on disk) Audio: 267,269,859,244 bytes (267.29 GB …
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  19. Clive Thompson – Medium
    I write 3X a week on tech, science, culture — and how those collide. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Why I’ve Started Playing With Legos
    A surprisingly great way to pull your brain away from your keyboardContinue reading on Medium »
    By Clive Thompson, 22 words
  20. conway.scot
    Information Security Researcher. By Scott Conway. More info

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    A Tour of my Overcomplicated Home Theater Setup
    Using a Fire Stick I bought a TV a few months ago. I hadn’t had one for a while, but I was ready to make a home theater at the time of purchase. I already …
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