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59 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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    “Something (slightly) less boring than nothing.” By Gavin Anderegg. 🇨🇦

    Typeface Tournament
    Tim Bray recently wrote some thoughts on picking a new typeface for programming. He then posted a followup with even more options. These articles struck a chord with me, and I thought it would be …
    By Gavin Anderegg, 654 words

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  3. Annoying Technology
    “Curates the daily annoyances in the technologies surrounding us.” 🇩🇪

    Manuel was annoyed
    Let’s ignore for a moment how extremely annoying it is that any remotely useful app these days has to jump through these hoops and build a dialog like this, explaining to people how to make …
    By Manuel, 274 words

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    “Asad's online home.” By Asad Rahman. 🇬🇧

    Surfing radio waves
    Surfing radio waves TL; DR – I listened to the radio in my late teens and early 20s, as much as I listen to podcasts today. They symbolise different things: both in my life, and …
    By asadqct, 917 words

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  5. as days pass by
    “scratched tallies on the prison wall.” By Stuart Langridge. 🇬🇧

    In 1701, Asano Naganori, a feudal lord in Japan, was summoned to the shogun’s court in Edo, the town now called Tokyo. He was a provincial chieftain, and knew little about court etiquette, and the …
    By sil, 782 words

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  6. Benedict Evans — Essays

    Netflix, Shein and MrBeast
    A couple of years ago, I wrote an essay arguing that Netflix is a ‘TV company’, not a ‘tech company’, simply on the basis that all the questions that matter for it are TV questions. …
    By Benedict Evans, 899 words

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  7. Blogccasion
    “The personal blog of Thomas Steiner.” 🇩🇪

    Cross platform software frameworks
    Cross Platform Software Frameworks 🔗 The other day, I came across Elk Native, a native version of the rather excellent, if early-stage, Mastodon Web client Elk. To be honest, I wondered why they would build …
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  8. | James Bridle
    “The blog of James Bridle: art, literature, and the network, since 2006.” 🇬🇷

    Gleanings, January 2023
    Seagrass conservation is critical for mitigating climate change due to the large stocks of carbon they sequester in the seafloor. However, effective conservation and its potential to provide nature-based solutions to climate change is hindered …
    By James Bridle, 982 words

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  9. 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. 🇳🇿

    How to log in to phpBB for scraping
    This post is all about logging in to phpBB through manually constructed requests. Once you're logged in, scraping the forum is up to you. You can use the usual techniques for it, just be sure …
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  10. 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.” 🇬🇧

    Privacy in the product design lifecycle
    In the whirlwind that was the last fortnight, I never properly shared the big project I shipped at the ICO. Designers, PMs, and engineers: this is for you.Under GDPR (article 25), a data controller has …
    By Cennydd Bowles, 262 words

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  11. Chris Coyier
    “Web craftsman, blogger, author, speaker.” 🇺🇸

    I enjoyed this podcast with Susan Rogers who’s new book This is What it Sounds Like digs into why we like the songs we like. Susan unpacks the seven dimensions of music and how they …
    By Chris Coyier, 381 words

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  12. Christopher Butler

    My Reverse Time Capsule
    While rummaging in the WIRED magazine archives, I found this entry from 1995. In it, Douglas Copeland imagines a “reverse time capsule,” sent back to 1975 and wonders what in it would be most surprising …
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  13. Clive Thompson – Medium
    “I write 3X a week on tech, science, culture — and how those collide.” 🇺🇸

    Maybe Zoom Parties Weren’t So Bad
    New research suggests Zoom brought not just fatigue — but genuine connectionContinue reading on Medium »
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  14. danah boyd | apophenia
    “making connections where none previously existed.” 🇺🇸

    What if failure is the plan?
    I’ve been thinking a lot about failure lately. Failure comes in many forms, but I’m especially interested in situations in which people *perceive* something as failing (or about to fail) and the contestations over failure …
    By zephoria, 3,208 words

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  15. David Mytton NEW
    “David Mytton is CEO of Console (the best tools for developers) and an active devtools investor.” 🇬🇧

    Improving the accuracy of the GHG protocol in time and space
    A survey on the need for updating the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol standards recently closed. Having been in existence since 2004 (with scope 2 and scope 3 guidance published in 2015 and 2013), it is …
    By David Mytton, 1,002 words

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  16. Deeplinks Blog | Electronic Frontier Foundation

    Civil Rights Organizations File Amicus Brief in Support of EFF Lawsuit Against Discriminatory SFPD Surveillance
    Intern Taylor Fox contributed to this blog post. At the height of the George Floyd protests in 2020, the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) spied on thousands of demonstrators in real time by using a …
    By Mukund Rathi, 533 words

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  17. /dev/lawyer
    “law, technology, and the space between.” By Kyle E. Mitchell. 🇺🇸

    On-Cloud Licensing
    the wheel of software delivery keeps on turning
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  18. Emily F. Gorcenski
    “The personal site of Emily Gorcenski.” 🇩🇪 🇺🇸

    The Mythologies of Genocide
    The horrific proposed anti-transgender legislation in the United States has a lot of people afraid, and the word “genocide” is being used like it’s going out of style. That’s both wrong and dangerous. You’ve probably …
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  19. Gödel's Lost Letter and P=NP NEW
    “a personal view of the theory of computation.” By Kenneth W. Regan, Richard Lipton. 🇺🇸

    Céad Míle GPT
    The gift of Broadscale Linguistic Affinely Regressed Neurally Encoded Yakking By Simplified from “leprechaun robot” Neil L. is sentient. As a fantastical creature, that is his most important attribute. Today we ask whether Neil has …
    By RJLipton+KWRegan, 770 words

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  20. the grugq
    “Cyber. Strategy. Deception.”

    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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