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72 blogs about Computers, internet, tech.

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

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

    Bluesky Frustrations
    Over the past couple of weeks, my news and Mastodon feeds have been overloaded with discussion of Bluesky. This has made me rather grumpy, but I’ve had a hard time articulating why. About a week …
    By Gavin Anderegg, 1,492 words

    Feed Roughly 10 posts per year. Started in .

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

    Manuel was annoyed
    Can’t even pay the services revenue tribute without running into bugs, amazing. The solution to this You have not completed the entire form. error is to log into and perform the action there instead, …
    By Manuel, 84 words

    Feed Roughly 20 posts per year. Started in .

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

    On curation, or fighting back in the age of the algorithm
    On curation, or fighting back in the age of the algorithm TL; DR – Our digital spaces are run by algorithms: they dictate what we see. The fight back againt this begins with curation. That …
    By asadqct, 830 words

    Feed Roughly seven posts per year. Started in .

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

    Numeric Pangrams
    A few days ago I had an interesting maths thought which I dropped on Mastodon: Today’s interesting maths problem to think about: what is the largest total from a correct maths equation which uses any …
    By sil, 363 words

    Feed Roughly seven posts per year. Started in .

  6. The Autodidacts
    “Exploring the universe from the inside out.” By Curiositry, Adam, Immanuel. 🇨🇦

    How to Backup Ghost on with Rsync
    This is yet another small companion piece to my Ghost on Fly tutorials. In my last tutorial in the series, I showed how to back up your Ghost blog hosted on over SFTP. SFTP …
    By Curiositry, 296 words

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  7. Benedict Evans — Essays

    Generative AI and intellectual property
    We’ve been talking about intellectual property in one way or another for at least the last five hundred years, and each new wave of technology or creativity leads to new kinds of arguments. We invented …
    By Benedict Evans, 1,798 words

    Feed Roughly eight posts per year. Started in .

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

    W3C TPAC 2023 Trip Report
    Background 🔗 The 2023 edition of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Technical Plenary and Advisory Committee (TPAC) meeting took place from September 11 to 15 in the Meliã hotel in Seville, Spain. The hotel …
    3,136 words

    Feed Roughly nine posts per year. Started in .

  9. | James Bridle
    “The blog of James Bridle: art, literature, and the network, since 2006.” 🇬🇷

    What does the river want?
    This is a lecture given at the Festivaletteratura, Mantova, Italy, in September 2013, about legal personhood, non-indigenous species, terraforming, colonialism, floods, and more-than-human relations. It was given without notes and the transcript below has only …
    By James Bridle, 4,050 words

    Feed Roughly 11 posts per year. Started in .

  10. 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. 🇳🇿

    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 …
    5,633 words

    Feed Roughly eight posts per year. Started in .

  11. Caffeinspiration
    “Writing about tech, our minds, and how things work.” By Alex Ellis. 🇺🇸

    Brute-forcing the NYT Digits game
    You’re given a list of integers and a target number. You can add, subtract, multiply, or divide numbers, and you can use the result for future operations. Once you have used a number in an …
    3,315 words

    Feed Roughly six posts per year. Started in .

  12. 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.” 🇬🇧

    World Interaction Design Day – London event
    I’m helping out the IxDA London crew with an evening discussing ethics and responsibility, part of World Interaction Design Day, next Tue 26 Sep:"We all want to be more responsible, ethical, and equitable in our …
    By Cennydd Bowles, 176 words

    Feed Roughly one post per month. Started in .

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

    You Could Make a Pretty Diverse Playlist With Only Songs Named “Ooh La La”
    I should have said “can” and “have”:
    By Chris Coyier, 21 words

    Feed Roughly one post per day. Started in .

  14. Christopher Butler

    The View from Here
    There are many reasons to make things and share them, to write and publish, to speak and record. So many reasons, most unknown; far be it from me to make assumptions about other peoples’ motivations. …
    632 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per month. Started in .

  15. Clive Thompson – Medium
    “I write 3X a week on tech, science, culture — and how those collide.” 🇺🇸

    Let’s Stop Calling It “Content”
    Hollywood and tech firms want to reduce culture to a slurry of interchangeable bits. Let’s not help them outContinue reading on Medium »
    By Clive Thompson, 28 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per week.

    “Information Security Researcher.” By Scott Conway.

    Receiving Facebook Messenger Notifications Without Compromising Your Privacy
    I’m not a huge fan of facebook. I had an account as a youth, deleted it in college, and then later realized that facebook marketplace was the new craigslist, and that I’d miss out on …
    1,882 words

    Feed Roughly six posts per year. Started in .

  17. danah boyd | apophenia
    “making connections where none previously existed.” 🇺🇸

    The Screens are the Symptom.
    I decided to re-read Fahrenheit 451 with my eldest this last week. I don’t think that I have read this classic Bradbury text since high school. What I had remembered about the book was that …
    By zephoria, 1,270 words

    Feed Roughly eight posts per year. Started in .

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

    Paper Notes - ICT sector electricity consumption and greenhouse gas emissions 2020
    Paper # Malmodin, Jens, Nina Lövehagen, Pernilla Bergmark, and Dag Lundén. “ICT Sector Electricity Consumption and Greenhouse Gas Emissions – 2020 Outcome.” SSRN Electronic Journal, 2023. Notes # This paper presents the most up …
    By David Mytton, 479 words

    Feed Roughly 11 posts per year.

  19. Deeplinks Blog | Electronic Frontier Foundation

    The Growing Threat of Cybercrime Law Abuse: LGBTQ+ Rights in MENA and the UN Cybercrime Draft Convention
    This is Part II of a series examining the proposed UN Cybercrime Treaty in the context of LGBTQ+ communities. Part I looks at the draft Convention’s potential implications for LGBTQ+ rights. Part II provides a …
    By Katitza Rodriguez, 2,102 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per day. Started in .

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

    Two Kinds of "Relicensing"
    going-forward and retroactive
    7 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per month. Started in .