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Blogs about Computers, internet, tech

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  8. VR, AR and virtual worlds (4)

33 blogs about Computers, internet, tech.

  1. #algopop
    “Studying the appearance of algorithms in popular culture and everyday life.” By Matthew Plummer-Fernández. 🇬🇧
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  2. as days pass by NEW
    “scratched tallies on the prison wall.” By Stuart Langridge. 🇬🇧
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    Don’t Read Off The Screen
    Hear this talk performed (with appropriate background music): Friends and enemies, attendees of Tech Mids 2022. Don’t read off the screen. If I could offer you only one piece of advice for why and how …
    By sil, 628 words

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  3. Benedict Evans — Essays
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    Ways to think about a metaverse
    Sometimes it seems like every big company CEO has read the same article about the same tech trend, and sent the same email to their team, asking “What’s our strategy for this?!” A couple of …
    By Benedict Evans, 2,622 words

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  4. booktwo.org | James Bridle
    “The blog of James Bridle: art, literature, and the network, since 2006.” 🇬🇷
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    The Tumblr Museum
    This is an old idea I used to tout around discussions with institutions which I may or may not have written about before, but has recently developed some new shades… The original version goes something …
    By James Bridle, 583 words

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  5. cadence's weblog (personal blog) NEW
    “A weblog means a personal blog rather than a corporate one. It's a retro word, but as you can tell, I'm a retro person.”
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    Implementing different wallpapers on KDE virtual desktops
    Context and historyOver the last couple of days I've been setting up my new KDE install -- KDE is REALLY good, thank you so much to the people who work on the default applications and …
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  6. 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.” 🇬🇧
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    From unintended to unconsidered
    WIRED’s post on tech’s unintended consequences suggests a neat rebranding: call them unconsidered consequences instead. It’s a fair point. Most tech companies haven’t even tried to anticipate possible social and ethical impacts of their work.The …
    By Cennydd Bowles, 405 words

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  7. Christopher Butler
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    We Live in the Uncanny Valley Now
    ⨳ 28 Jan 2022 Making virtual worlds can help us understand the real one, but they’re not places we can live permanently. ⚐ Christopher Butler is a designer living in Durham, NC. SUBSCRIBE As a …
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  8. Clive Thompson – Medium
    “I write 3X a week on tech, science, culture — and how those collide.” 🇺🇸
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    E-Ink Playing Cards, Steam-Powered Spacecraft, and Pissing Off Canadian Geese
    I bring you the finest Internet reading in my weekly LinkfestContinue reading on Medium »
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  9. danah boyd | apophenia NEW
    “making connections where none previously existed.” 🇺🇸
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    Differential Perspectives
    This update is to let you know about a new essay that’s now online in in-press form: “Differential Perspectives: Epistemic Disconnects Surrounding the US Census Bureau’s Use of Differential Privacy.” Click here to read the …
    By zephoria, 326 words

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  10. Deeplinks Blog | Electronic Frontier Foundation NEW
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    This Judge’s Investigation Of Patent Trolls Must Be Allowed to Move Forward
    If you get sued, you should be able to figure out who sued you. Remarkably, though, people and companies who are accused of patent infringement in federal court often have no idea who is truly …
    By Joe Mullin, 1,280 words

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  11. Emily F. Gorcenski
    “The personal site of Emily Gorcenski.” 🇩🇪 🇺🇸
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    Zuckerberg's Basilisk: The coercive threat of the singularity
    Futurists' visions of digital immortality and the Metaverse may not be as utopian as they seem. Do big tech’s current models betray a coercive future of data piety? I extend a well-known thought experiment to …
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  12. the grugq
    “Cyber. Strategy. Deception.”
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    Albanian Cyber War
    For all the disappointment over the lack of spectacular cyber warfare in Ukraine, there’s very little interest in the “textbook cyberwar” scenarios unfolding around Iran. Albania has just severed diplomatic ties with Iran over the …
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  13. Gwern.net · Essays
    “Personal website of Gwern Branwen (writer, self-experimenter, and programmer): topics: psychology, statistics, technology, deep learning, anime.” 🇺🇸
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    May 2021 Gwern.net Newsletter
    May 2021’s Gwern.net newsletter is now out; previous, April 2021 (archives). This is a collation of links and summary of major changes, overlapping with my Changelog; brought to you by my donors on Patreon.Note: I …
    By Gwern Branwen, 2,085 words

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  14. Interconnected, a blog by Matt Webb
    “My notebook and space for thinking out loud since February 2000.” 🇬🇧
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    Weaving women’s work, Hollerith tabulators, and procedurally generated art
    There’s an exhibition at Tate Modern in London that you really should see if you get a chance: Magdalena Abakanowicz: Every Tangle of Thread and Rope. It’s on till May 2023. There’s a review and …
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  15. Krell’s Last Dreaming – Applied Eschatology
    By Joshua Madara. 🇺🇸
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    Hauntologic
    Coming soon from Eldritech: HAUNTOLOGIC, a series of media artifacts dated circa 1981, conjuring ghosts of eldritch technology that never was, yet is, and retrofuture-enchanting what may become. So far I have three artifacts planned, …
    By Joshua Madara, 58 words

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  16. Learning By Shipping
    “products, development, management.” By Steven Sinofsky. 🇺🇸
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    iPadOS multitasking at WWDC 2022
    Many predicting WWDC 2022 will see changes/advances in multitasking. Is this “finally” or better, another example of Apple’s enduring patience?A twitter thread originally here.WWDC always interesting. In the pre-show guesses, one topic caught my eye—even …
    By Steven Sinofsky, 1,497 words

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  17. Marius Masalar
    “Homepage and blog of Toronto-based photographer, writer, and composer Marius Masalar. Featuring reviews, commentary, photos, and other updates.” 🇨🇦
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    11 days with the Apple Watch Ultra
    There’s nothing wrong with the Apple Watch Ultra. Not even the stuff I expected to take issue with ended up bothering me. It’s a premium smartwatch that improves upon older models in almost every way, …
    By Marius Masalar, 1,035 words

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  18. Matthew Bischoff NEW
    “They design & develop apps at Lickability and post about tech & culture here.” 🇺🇸
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    Absolutely Crushed →
    In more mb-media news: earlier this year I launched a new podcast with my friend Syd Andrerson, called Absolutely Crushed. It’s a bi-weekly comedy interview show in which we gossip with a guest about their …
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  19. Nadia Asparouhova
    “Personal writing, links, and other things by Nadia Asparouhova.” 🇺🇸
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    Mapping out the tribes of climate
    Climate is a gravity well for talent, but why don’t other, equally impactful topics attract talent in the same way? Why isn’t everyone dropping everything to work on homelessness, or global poverty, or curing cancer? …
    By Nadia Asparouhova, 8,533 words

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  20. The New Aesthetic
    By James Bridle. 🇬🇷
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    Rainbow Plane on Google MapsVia: Stealth bomber in flight on...
    Rainbow Plane on Google MapsVia: Stealth bomber in flight on Google Maps (ycombinator), Joseph G.cf Rainbow Plane 001, Rainbow Plane 002
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